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Epson Home Cinema 2100 1080p 3LCD Projector (Refurbished) $400

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Projection System: 3LCD, 3-chip technology
Native Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080)
Color Brightness: 2500 lumens
White Brightness: 2500 lumens
Up to 35,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
Vertical lens shift and 1.6x zoom
Built-in 10 W speaker
Inputs:
2x HDMI (1 MHL)
1x Audio Out (stereo mini)
1x VGA D-sub 15 pin (computer input)
1x USB Type A (1 Amp Power, Slideshow, Firmware)
1x Mini USB (Service)

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Better or worse than 1060?
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Why do I see this message under payment details even before entering credit card details. I am unable to proceed further.

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i have a non-refurb i bought off SD a few months ago. probably one of my most prized possessions.
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Better or worse than 1060?
2100 has more contrast ratio but less brightness, so up to you. Brightness isn't too big a deal, we just have our blinds drawn for a darker room. 2100 has capability to do 3d, while 1060 doesn't I believe. Like our 2100 so far, got refurb with no issues.
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Been using an Epson EX9220 3LCD projector for now while I look at other options. Black levels are not great. Would going from the EX9220 (15000:1 contrast) to this (35000:1) be a dramatic difference?
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How's the noise level, if it were to be mounted above your seat, for example... ?
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How's the noise level, if it were to be mounted above your seat, for example... ?
You can definitely hear it. The higher end projectors have much more sound proofing. Also this has a pretty bright UV light coming out of it.
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Been using an Epson EX9220 3LCD projector for now while I look at other options. Black levels are not great. Would going from the EX9220 (15000:1 contrast) to this (35000:1) be a dramatic difference?
Honestly not too impressed with the contrast. Though I'm biased having used a 5500UB series projector in the past
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Decent for a cheap indoors projector but isnt 2500 lumen a bit too low for outdoor use? Everything Ive read seems to recommend 3000+ if you want to use it outside unless its pitch black dark.
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Quote from someone03 :
2100 has more contrast ratio but less brightness, so up to you. Brightness isn't too big a deal, we just have our blinds drawn for a darker room. 2100 has capability to do 3d, while 1060 doesn't I believe. Like our 2100 so far, got refurb with no issues.
I've got split custody of a 1060. With me it projects onto a cloth screen hanging on a bay window curtain.. daytime light pollution everywhere and this thing still rocks it. Would upgrade for my own unit maybe for better pq.. but cost of additional light control may be a factor

it's other owner uses it for outdoor pool party.
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Just FYI: B. Refurbished Products:
All sales are final. These are products that have been returned to Epson.

https://epson.com/estore-terms-and-conditions
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i have a non-refurb i bought off SD a few months ago. probably one of my most prized possessions.
Bought an open box amazon warehouse optoma hd146x in January to make a covid man cave. It was my first "real" projector and I absolutely love it.
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how can I make money out of it? I can't buy more stuff without telling my wife it's an investment. 🤣
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Been using an Epson EX9220 3LCD projector for now while I look at other options. Black levels are not great. Would going from the EX9220 (15000:1 contrast) to this (35000:1) be a dramatic difference?
This is a tough one, you will get better black levels and better color reproduction with the Epson for sure. The EX9220 was created to be a presentation office type projector never made or calibrated for a home theater experience. On top of it add the fact that it is using newer technology and panels since its a younger projector compared to a older projector. Outside of that a negative for some people who are used to 16:10 will be the change to 16:9 (HD) which became the standard a few years ago to cut costs and to be able to produce everything on the same lines that TV's are produced. A few more pluses to the 2100 it supports 3-D if i recall correctly so thats something the EX9220 never did, and it had a gaming input lag of around 29ms, I dont recall or ever remember seeing input lag rating for a EX9220 but the Epson low input lag means it would be great for gaming.

So if a slightly better image, 3-D, and possibly lower gaming input is something you value and worth your $400 go for it.

Quote from ShrewdCrowd1060 :
Honestly not too impressed with the contrast. Though I'm biased having used a 5500UB series projector in the past
Lol yeah, just about nothing in the sub $1000 and some in the sub $1500 can compare to that.

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Decent for a cheap indoors projector but isnt 2500 lumen a bit too low for outdoor use? Everything Ive read seems to recommend 3000+ if you want to use it outside unless its pitch black dark.
Honestly its plenty unless you want the screen to be like 300", for a 100-120" screen even with some evening light I think you would be fine with this guy.
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