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Epson 3700 Projector for $300 Savings + $50 Best Buy Gift Card. This is the hottest price I've ever seen. Plus, you can get a Gift Card.

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Looks like a good deal - Trying to decide if I should upgrade from my 760, this might make the decision easier.
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I bought the 3100 (a slightly lower model with less lumens and no on board audio) but will likely return. I want a 140-150" screen now so think the 3700 will be a better option.
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I bought the 3100 (a slightly lower model with less lumens and no on board audio) but will likely return. I want a 140-150" screen now so think the 3700 will be a better option.
I have the same 3100 from Epson. Incredible picture, even on a wall. Currently using it at 125", approximately. Sports are great and movies are eyepopping on blu ray, to most people.
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I have the same 3100 from Epson. Incredible picture, even on a wall. Currently using it at 125", approximately. Sports are great and movies are eyepopping on blu ray, to most people.
What is your room condition? Is it totally dark or there is some light coming through.
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That feeling when the deal you've been waiting for comes along and you don't currently have the funds to pull the trigger..... ouch. Great projector for a good price.
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I bought the 3100 (a slightly lower model with less lumens and no on board audio) but will likely return. I want a 140-150" screen now so think the 3700 will be a better option.
Both projections are identical in image processing so your image will not look any better or worse with the additional lumens. So unless you really need the onboard speaker, this would be a wash for you. Which is why the 3100 is such an amazing deal. This is a excellent price and this projector is well worth it, even over some of the 4k projectors if you use or want to use 3-D.
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My 8350 is really starting to show it's age. Considering the 4k projector, but tempted to wait for further price drops. My body is ready for 4k, my wallet is not.
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I assume that 4k one isn't really 4k, since it says enhancement instead of just 4k.
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I assume that 4k one isn't really 4k, since it says enhancement instead of just 4k.
If your speaking of the viewsonic posted earlier yes. It uses pixel shift all non real 4k projectors I believe started at $6-10K.
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If your speaking of the viewsonic posted earlier yes. It uses pixel shift all non real 4k projectors I believe started at $6-10K.
it's another epson (from original post).

I wonder why 4k ones are so expensive... when even 4k oleds, which would be better picture, are far less than that.
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Both projections are identical in image processing so your image will not look any better or worse with the additional lumens. So unless you really need the onboard speaker, this would be a wash for you. Which is why the 3100 is such an amazing deal. This is a excellent price and this projector is well worth it, even over some of the 4k projectors if you use or want to use 3-D.
This is where I'm so torn. Initially I was set for a 125" 16.9 screen. But when I projected onto a wall, the CinemaScope movies just looked so small. I decided an upgrade to 150" would be better. Looking at projectorcentral numbers, the 3100 in ECO is 1370 lumens (20 foot lambert) while the 3700 ECO is 1635 lumens (24 foot lambert). I'm sure as the lamp ages and with projector calibrated, the extra lumens would help a lot. Especially if I decide for a spandex screen which would have less gain.

Let me know your thoughts.
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it's another epson (from original post).

I wonder why 4k ones are so expensive... when even 4k oleds, which would be better picture, are far less than that.
They are expensive cause of the screen size you can throw out. That 4K projector looks pretty solid if you really want to spend that much money. I just got my 3100 a few months ago and dont plan to upgrade to 4k for another year minimum. Waiting for the technology to be come more common. Also waiting for features such as 3-D to be added. I would go with the 3700 if I already did not have a 3100.

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This is where I'm so torn. Initially I was set for a 125" 16.9 screen. But when I projected onto a wall, the CinemaScope movies just looked so small. I decided an upgrade to 150" would be better. Looking at projectorcentral numbers, the 3100 in ECO is 1370 lumens (20 foot lambert) while the 3700 ECO is 1635 lumens (24 foot lambert). I'm sure as the lamp ages and with projector calibrated, the extra lumens would help a lot. Especially if I decide for a spandex screen which would have less gain.

Let me know your thoughts.
The 3100 on high which I never tried can throw a 200" screen without a problem per projector central in a theater room and a 150" in low light situations. I dont even go that high I use mine at 100" and that almost takes up a whole wall, can probably up it to 120" at max.

https://www.projectorcentral.com/...review.htm

As for the lamp degradation unless you plan on keeping this for years and years to come, I will be upgrading to 4k in 1-2 years so I wont even have to worry about a lamp replacement that early. Just waiting for them to workout the 4K 3-D technology, if it happens. If not will probably have to get one of the ones that only does 3-D in 1080p but 4k for everything else.
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They are expensive cause of the screen size you can throw out. That 4K projector looks pretty solid if you really want to spend that much money. I just got my 3100 a few months ago and dont plan to upgrade to 4k for another year minimum. Waiting for the technology to be come more common. Also waiting for features such as 3-D to be added. I would go with the 3700 if I already did not have a 3100.



The 3100 on high which I never tried can throw a 200" screen without a problem per projector central in a theater room and a 150" in low light situations. I dont even go that high I use mine at 100" and that almost takes up a whole wall, can probably up it to 120" at max.

https://www.projectorcentral.com/...review.htm

As for the lamp degradation unless you plan on keeping this for years and years to come, I will be upgrading to 4k in 1-2 years so I wont even have to worry about a lamp replacement that early. Just waiting for them to workout the 4K 3-D technology, if it happens. If not will probably have to get one of the ones that only does 3-D in 1080p but 4k for everything else.
Since they have been stripping 3d from all of the new oled models, I doubt they'll start adding it to anything. Sadly, it probably will not be an option on any display soon, it seems.
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Can I buy Epson 2150 instead of expensive 3700 for 105inch screen and Length to Projector is 11ft. Will be Ceiling mount
Media Room with one door.
Can I go with 135inch screen in future???
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