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Been watching for a deal on a decent 1080p projector and while refurbs seem to sell for less, if you want a new projector, this seems like a good deal.

Epson Home Cinema Full HD 1080p 3LCD projector:
  • 2,500 lumens of equal color and white brightness
  • Widescreen Full HD 1080p entertainment
  • supports MHL-enabled devices for mirroring and charging
  • Dynamic contrast ratio up to 35,000:1 for rich detail in dark scenes
  • Built-in 10 W speaker
  • 3D

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Epson-.../395241845
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What is the difference between 2150 and 2100? I have been eyeing for 2150 for a long time but this deal is tempting.
Wireless and contrast ratio. You can mirror your phone directly to the PJ without any dongle. Contrast ratio. You're able to see better image separation in dark scenes. People say it's almost like you can't tell though. See comparison https://youtu.be/q_-caHCS09o
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I, too, have been looking at the 2150 for awhile. I found this:

"one big difference between the 2100 and 2150 is contrast -- the 2100 is rated at 35,000:1 while the 2150 is 60,000:1. Also the 2150 comes with WiDi and Miracast for wireless streaming, and it also has wireless network control for control by a remote network computer. That is a lot of extras on the 2150 over the 2100 for only $50, so judging from the specs it seems like a no-brainer to go with the 2150."
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do you need special glasses to see 3D films with this projector? If so, which ones are good? TIA
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I, too, have been looking at the 2150 for awhile. I found this:

"one big difference between the 2100 and 2150 is contrast -- the 2100 is rated at 35,000:1 while the 2150 is 60,000:1. Also the 2150 comes with WiDi and Miracast for wireless streaming, and it also has wireless network control for control by a remote network computer. That is a lot of extras on the 2150 over the 2100 for only $50, so judging from the specs it seems like a no-brainer to go with the 2150."
The refurb price difference was $100. If you are paying MSRP then yes for $50 it is a no brainer. https://youtu.be/q_-caHCS09o
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do you need special glasses to see 3D films with this projector? If so, which ones are good? TIA
You need active 3D glasses (the RF kind=radio freq) Samsung SSG-5150 (cheap) will work or I got the Hi Shock red ones (expensive) 2X EPSON Compatible 3D Active Glasses RF Pro Scarlet Heaven | for 3D Projector Epson Home Cinema 750HD, 2000, 2030, 2040, 3000, 3020, 3500, 3600, 4030 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010MRU...S7af7UuywH
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Normally, you would send the audio signal from the source device to the soundbar, and the same device would send the image to the projector.

You can't output audio from the projector using bluetooth for these models. I believe US version will allow audio output using bluetooth.
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Any deals on 4k projectors? Haven't seen any since past few months.
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What is the difference between 2150 and 2100? I have been eyeing for 2150 for a long time but this deal is tempting.
Epson Home Cinema 2150, $899: The HC2150 is the flagship of the entry level home theater projectors under $1,000. Like the 2100 it has the 1.6x zoom and vertical lens shift, and 10-watt audio. Both are MHL-enabled. one big difference between the 2100 and 2150 is contrast -- the 2100 is rated at 35,000:1 while the 2150 is 60,000:1. Also the 2150 comes with WiDi and Miracast for wireless streaming, and it also has wireless network control for control by a remote network computer. That is a lot of extras on the 2150 over the 2100 for only $50, so judging from the specs it seems like a no-brainer to go with the 2150
https://www.projectorcentral.com/projector-news.cfm?2017-08-24-Epsons-New-Home-Theater-Projectors-under-1000&entry_id=732#:~:text=one%20big%20difference%20between%20the,by%20a%20remote%20network%20computer.
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Normally, you would send the audio signal from the source device to the soundbar, and the same device would send the image to the projector.

You can't output audio from the projector using bluetooth for these models. I believe US version will allow audio output using bluetooth.
Using Bluetooth with my soundbar to my projector was always a nightmare - Sound was always cutting out and I would not recommend it at all.

Connecting the soundbar directly to the Blu-ray player via an optical cable (and the blu ray player connecting directly to the projector via HDMI cable) is the setup that finally allowed me to enjoy my home theater with no problems whatsoever.

My soundbar has a wireless subwoofer and satellite speakers and those do connect to the soundbar via Bluetooth with no problem.

PS I would jump all over this deal if I didn't already have a great projector. It is like having your own private movie theater and so much fun to watch content. I can't recommend it enough. Some 3D is so great it looks like it's in the room with you.
Plus you don't need to invest in or install an expensive screen if you don't want to. I have a large wall painted with HD projection paint. Here is an article about using paint on the wall you plan to project on, in case anyone is interested:

https://hometheateracademy.com/pa...or-screen/
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Incredible projector for the price. The countless overly positive reviews across the web speak to that as well.
I have epson 1040 worth an upgrade or hold out for 4k?
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I have this. I got a refurb at Epson in March. It was 441 with tax. Been using it mostly on Thurs-Sun nights in the backyard with a ULT ears Megaboom (through LT) or Klipsch 2.1 THXs directly into the projector or LT. Watching games/movies/PS4. One neighbour came to ask what I got because he could see it from his house and ended up getting one too. LOL. No regrets then or now.
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What content is even in 3d anymore
Sir its a 3LCD, meaning it has a spinning light that bounces between 3 LCD to produce a color of a pixel of an image, 1 for Red, 1 for Green and 1 for Blue (RGB).
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I have epson 1040 worth an upgrade or hold out for 4k?
If you have the money and are going to use it everyday, go with 4k. I don't use this everyday so $441 wasn't so bad to part with.
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