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I am looking for an upgrade for gaming. The price seems good. I don't know if I should go for this one. I currently have a Mitsubishi HC7900DW.
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This is a fantastic deal on this projector! As an owner of the Epson 5030ub I'm extremely tempted. If you are looking for a high quality home theater experience, look no further. Epson's Home Cinema lineup are continuously top choices for reviewers year over year. You just won't find bad reviews of these units.
Be aware, these are big projectors. They take up a lot more space and weigh a lot more than most standard projectors but that is because they house some of the best equipment in the business. Whether you are getting started with your home theater or looking to upgrade, don't shy away from this deal.
https://youtu.be/QJjvRbGQbRA
https://www.projectorcentral.com/...review.htm
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Found it here for slightly cheaper - https://parkergwen.com/collection...hd-and-hdr

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I am looking for an upgrade for gaming. The price seems good. I don't know if I should go for this one. I currently have a Mitsubishi HC7900DW.
According to Projector Central, "Measured input lag of 28.4 ms may be inadequate for some gamers."
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Found it here for slightly cheaper - https://parkergwen.com/collection...hd-and-hdr

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This is a fantastic deal on this projector! As an owner of the Epson 5030ub I'm extremely tempted. If you are looking for a high quality home theater experience, look no further. Epson's Home Cinema lineup are continuously top choices for reviewers year over year. You just won't find bad reviews of these units.
Be aware, these are big projectors. They take up a lot more space and weigh a lot more than most standard projectors but that is because they house some of the best equipment in the business. Whether you are getting started with your home theater or looking to upgrade, don't shy away from this deal.
https://youtu.be/QJjvRbGQbRA
https://www.projectorcentral.com/...review.htm
I'm looking for video games and movies. So you would recommend?
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According to Projector Central, "Measured input lag of 28.4 ms may be inadequate for some gamers."
Ahh the one I have is great for gaming but I need an upgrade. These are such good prices.
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Good upgrade from BenQ w1070? I'm in the market for new projector
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What screen do you all recommend to use with this?
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I'm looking for video games and movies. So you would recommend?
This will be great for movies. Depending on the model you are coming from, it could be an upgrade for video games but that depends on how serious of a gamer you are and what you are used to for input lag.
According to Projector Central, "Measured input lag of 28.4 ms may be inadequate for some gamers." If you are a serious gamer or play a lot of fast paced games that require very fast input, this will not be best available. That's not bad input lag but it isn't great either. If you are a casual gamer and don't need the lowest input lag, this would not be a terrible option at all. One of the best models that I'm aware of for gaming is the Optoma GT1080HDR because of its extremely low input lag. You can find that for almost half the cost of this model. It will be a good projector but I can't imagine movies and picture will be as detailed and sharp as the 4010. I owned the Optoma GT1080Darbee before I got my Epson 6030ub and and the difference has been incredible. When compared image-over-image on the same screen, the pixel size of my Epson was about 1/4 the size of what I was getting out of my Optoma which drastically increased detail levels.
The Optoma GT1080HDR is an upgrade from the Darbee model I had and my Epson 6030ub is obviously not this 4010 model so it is not a direct comparison by any means. However, they come from the same lineup so I am assuming a similar expectation could be had in comparing one to the other (others, please fact check me if I'm off base). Again, I'm saying all this without knowing what you currently have, how you game, or what you are willing to spend. Hope this helps!
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What screen do you all recommend to use with this?
Highly dependent on your theater space. There are guides online to designing your home theater but what it ultimately comes down to is preference. I have my Epson 6030ub setup in my living room with a custom built 120" screen and it is phenomenal for our space. However, it is not uncommon to find entire home theater rooms that stop as small as 80"-100". You can, of course, go smaller but throw distance and projector placement will play a big role in the screen size. Always wait to see what sizes the projector is capable of throwing from wherever you want to mount/set it up before spending money on an expensive screen. One of the worst feelings is getting really excited for your new home theater only to get a screen that is there wrong size based on throw distance from your projector (and yes, I'm speaking from experience).
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I am looking for an upgrade for gaming. The price seems good. I don't know if I should go for this one. I currently have a Mitsubishi HC7900DW.
This has a input lag of 28.4 ms no matter 1080 or 4k, while your older projector is at 48.5 ms. So this is a mass improvement for gaming.

For all those who are wondering and or care this is 4k through pixel shifting.
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This will be great for movies. Depending on the model you are coming from, it could be an upgrade for video games but that depends on how serious of a gamer you are and what you are used to for input lag.
According to Projector Central, "Measured input lag of 28.4 ms may be inadequate for some gamers." If you are a serious gamer or play a lot of fast paced games that require very fast input, this will not be best available. That's not bad input lag but it isn't great either. If you are a casual gamer and don't need the lowest input lag, this would not be a terrible option at all. One of the best models that I'm aware of for gaming is the Optoma GT1080HDR because of its extremely low input lag. You can find that for almost half the cost of this model. It will be a good projector but I can't imagine movies and picture will be as detailed and sharp as the 4010. I owned the Optoma GT1080Darbee before I got my Epson 6030ub and and the difference has been incredible. When compared image-over-image on the same screen, the pixel size of my Epson was about 1/4 the size of what I was getting out of my Optoma which drastically increased detail levels.
The Optoma GT1080HDR is an upgrade from the Darbee model I had and my Epson 6030ub is obviously not this 4010 model so it is not a direct comparison by any means. However, they come from the same lineup so I am assuming a similar expectation could be had in comparing one to the other (others, please fact check me if I'm off base). Again, I'm saying all this without knowing what you currently have, how you game, or what you are willing to spend. Hope this helps!
Yes it was helpful. Im also looking at theOptoma UHD50X they say that one's the best of all for gaming at the moment.
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