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Back in Stock - Epson Home Cinema 5040UBe WirelessHD 3LCD Projector with 4K Enhancement and HDR - Factory Refurbished $1250 2 YR Warranty! $1249.99

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Home Cinema 5040UBe WirelessHD 3LCD Projector with 4K Enhancement and HDR - Factory Refurbished $1250 2 YR Warranty! $1249.99

This is for the Wireless version.

These units also come with the Epson 2 year exchange warranty even though it is refurbished!

https://epson.com/Clearance-Cente...1H714020-N

Get it quick, these usually don't stay in stock very long

I know some will bring up the power supply issue but from what I have read this has been resolved more recently, while not perfect with a two year warranty you can't really go wrong.

Some reviews of the NON-wireless version:
ProjectorCentral
https://www.projectorcentral.com/...review.htm

Projectorreviews.com:
https://www.projectorreviews.com/...or-review/

See comments from previous deal posting: https://slickdeals.net/f/13962632-home-cinema-5040ube-wirelesshd-3lcd-projector-with-4k-enhancement-and-hdr-factory-refurbished-1250-2-yr-warranty-1249-99?v=1&src=SiteSearch

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Refurbished is that going to be OK? They don't accept returns... If I don't get this deal would like to wait since my old Epson projector works...
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Bought one with all the complains about power supply...
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Been watching/waiting for it to come back in stock. Upgrading from a 3500 and need the wireless feature to avoid another 80'+ HDMI cable run. Thanks OP
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How do these compare to the BenQ?
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This is the fake 4k one correct?
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I have this one without wireless - got it for 1150 on a refurb from last summer. I added hdfury linker to do hdr10 gaming. It's a beaut.
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Is this considered an upgrade from and better than the Epson Home Cinema 3200/3800 that also showed up on SD recently?
The 3200 has "4K PRO-UHD" but the 5040UBe has "4K Enhancement", so I'm confused about which would provide the superior viewing experience.
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This is the fake 4k one correct?
Correct and only 10gbps HDMI
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Is this considered an upgrade from and better than the Epson Home Cinema 3200/3800 that also showed up on SD recently?
The 3200 has "4K PRO-UHD" but the 5040UBe has "4K Enhancement", so I'm confused about which would provide the superior viewing experience.
5040 would have way better contrast and sharper + motorized lens. 3800 will be brighter and newer.

Living rm/media room - 3800
Dedicated HT - 5040
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How do these compare to the BenQ?
Brighter, way better contrast. Lower perceived resolution/sharpness.
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I can't believe they don't accept returns. Isn't that illegal in some states?
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5040 would have way better contrast and sharper + motorized lens. 3800 will be brighter and newer.

Living rm/media room - 3800
Dedicated HT - 5040
Thanks, that gives me some insight.

As of this writing there are 27 left in stock.​
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Is this considered an upgrade from and better than the Epson Home Cinema 3200/3800 that also showed up on SD recently?
The 3200 has "4K PRO-UHD" but the 5040UBe has "4K Enhancement", so I'm confused about which would provide the superior viewing experience.
5040: home theater fully blacked it with full light control

1) dci-p3 100% coverage
2) larger lcds with ultra black/better contrast
3) motorized lens/zoom
4)HDR10
5) big, quiet, 24lbs
6) hdmi 2.0 with 10gb (read up on this)


3200/3800: family room with ambient light
1) 112% rec 709/ 78% dci p3
2) higher lumens
3)manual lens shift/zoom, less than 5040
4) HDR10, HLG
5) kinda quiet, can run on eco for same brightness as 5040
6) HDMI 2.0 with 18gb ports
7) updated tone mapping
8) speakers on 3800
9) smaller and only 15 lbs


I went with the 3200 which loses the speakers, lens settings for an anamorphic lens, rs232, 12v trigger and supposedly 100 lumens as well as a lower contrast ratio.

All 3 have a two year warranty

all three are good it just depends what you need and what room you are putting this into.
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I have a 5040UB paired with a Panasonic UB-420 player. Excellent combo of your looking to get 4K HDR picture. This projector is bright, and features really good darks.
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