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Epson - Home Cinema 2150 1080p Wireless 3LCD Projector + $50 eGift Card $699

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Back on sale for $699 on best buy, comes with $50 Best Buy Gift Card. Have been watching the price for a while.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/epso...Id=6019901

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https://www.amazon.com/Epson-Cine...epson+2150

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https://www.projectorpeople.com/E...ctor/41846
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Great projector- best price yet?
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Got this for $650 in December, but I think this is lowest since then. Great projector!
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Hmm so basically go with projector people as tax and BB gift card cancel each other out.
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Hmm so basically go with projector people as tax and BB gift card cancel each other out.
Actually looks like projector people is also offering a $50 prepaid Visa with purchase. Even better. Thanks op.
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How is this for a home theater?
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Actually looks like projector people is also offering a $50 prepaid Visa with purchase. Even better. Thanks op.
Is the GC valid for purchases only at Projector people, or is it a general Visa GC valid for purchases anywhere?
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How is this for a home theater?
I've been running an Epson 2040, which is a similar 3LCD model, for almost 2 years and it's great. I have it ceiling mounted with a fixed 135" grey material silverticket screen. It's extremely bright and replacement bulbs are cheap ($75). If you have a larger space there's no comparison to regular TV sizes. There are a lot of factors to consider before going to the PJ setup though: mounting, wiring, sound, screen, seating distance, etc. I'll probably upgrade to 4K in a couple years but for now 1080P is more than sufficient for my needs.
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Is the GC valid for purchases only at Projector people, or is it a general Visa GC valid for purchases anywhere?
Is says on the site when you click on the offer "Get a free $50 e-Visa gift card when you purchase this qualifying Epson projector. NOTE: gift card will be sent to the email listed with your order. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. (Ends 7/17/2018)"
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I've been running an Epson 2040, which is a similar 3LCD model, for almost 2 years and it's great. I have it ceiling mounted with a fixed 135" grey material silverticket screen. It's extremely bright and replacement bulbs are cheap ($75). If you have a larger space there's no comparison to regular TV sizes. There are a lot of factors to consider before going to the PJ setup though: mounting, wiring, sound, screen, seating distance, etc. I'll probably upgrade to 4K in a couple years but for now 1080P is more than sufficient for my needs.
I moved into a house with a projector setup but the projector is shot so I'm looking to get it working so we can enjoy the room.
The audio output on this one seems to be 3.5mm. Could that support surround speakers which are already installed?
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I moved into a house with a projector setup but the projector is shot so I'm looking to get it working so we can enjoy the room.
The audio output on this one seems to be 3.5mm. Could that support surround speakers which are already installed?
In my experience you don't really use any of the extra connections on these projectors other than HDMI input and power. Use the projector as just the display, and you want to run everything else from an A/V receiver. If you already have surround speakers there should be a receiver/amp somewhere. My setup is a cheap 5.1 Yamaha A/V receiver ($200 from newegg) which has multiple HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI out. The receiver handles all the connections to speakers and sub, and the HDMI out goes to the projector. Even though it has "wireless" and it's own speaker/audio-out I wouldn't recommend using it that way. You could possibly use that 3.5mm out and connect a bluetooth sound bar or something but I doubt you'll get any decent surround performance out of that. I could be wrong. Again your A/V receiver is the head unit, the projector is just video out, and anything you want to do with video in or audio out happens at the receiver. Hope this helps.
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In my experience you don't really use any of the extra connections on these projectors other than HDMI input and power. Use the projector as just the display, and you want to run everything else from an A/V receiver. If you already have surround speakers there should be a receiver/amp somewhere. My setup is a cheap 5.1 Yamaha A/V receiver ($200 from newegg) which has multiple HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI out. The receiver handles all the connections to speakers and sub, and the HDMI out goes to the projector. Even though it has "wireless" and it's own speaker/audio-out I wouldn't recommend using it that way. You could possibly use that 3.5mm out and connect a bluetooth sound bar or something but I doubt you'll get any decent surround performance out of that. I could be wrong. Again your A/V receiver is the head unit, the projector is just video out, and anything you want to do with video in or audio out happens at the receiver. Hope this helps.
Yeah, thanks a lot!
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Actually looks like projector people is also offering a $50 prepaid Visa with purchase. Even better. Thanks op.
Good find. Thanks, updated post
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Good find. Thanks, updated post
Amazon is also offering 50$ gift card.

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Would 2500 lumens be enough to show a movie outside when it's not pitch dark? That's what the wife wants, but I will eventually get a receiver and speakers and use it inside but retain the ability to move it outside when I want to.
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