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Epson Home Cinema 4010 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector w/ HDR (Refurbished)
Thanks to community member pixelpusher15 for finding this deal.
- 4K Enhancement (1920 x 1080 x 2); Max. Resolution: 4096 x 2160
- Full 10-bit color output (2) and a contrast ratio up to 200, 000
- 100% Balanced Color and White Brightness - 2,400 lumens of color and 2, 400 lumens of white brightness3 for vibrant, rich color.
- Lamp Life: Up to 5,000 hours (ECO Mode); up to 4,000 hours (Medium Mode); up to 3,500 hours (High Mode)
- 1x HDMI (HDCP 2.2)
- 1x HDMI (HDCP 1.4)
- 1x USB Type A (for optical HDMI cable 300 mA max. power supply only)
- 1x USB (for wireless and firmware)
- 1x Mini USB (service only)
- 1x LAN (RJ-45)
- 1x Computer/D-sub 15 pin
- 1x RS-232c (D-sub 9-pin)
- Trigger out (3.5 mm mini-jack)12 V DC, 200 mA maximum
Editor's Notes & Price Research
- About this deal:
- Our research indicates that this offer is $160.82 lower (10% savings) than the next best available price for a renewed unit a reputable merchant with prices starting from $1600.81.
- About this product:
- 2-Year Limited Warranty
- Refurbished and quality certified by Epson
- About this store:
- Epson does not accept returns on refurbished items except if product arrives defective, in which case, they will provide a replacement with the same model or equivalent.
- Epson doesn't allow returns on refurbs. They will replace it if there are any issues within 30 days. After that it is normal warranty procedure and you may have to to send it in. They still replace the whole unit though.
- Epson is notoriously bad at refurbishing. Great prices but inspect your projector as soon as you can. Some people have to go through a few to get a good one and you want to try to do this within the 30 days of first purchase. I needed to send my first one back.
- The HDMI jack on this is limited to ~10Gbps so no 4K HDR @ 60hz. But you can get 4k HDR @ 30hz/24hz as long as you have the right streaming box or BD player to do it. Some streamers require 4k/60hz to do HDR. Apple TV 4K is my recommendation for most seamless install
- Check the housing/buttons for any major defects (it should look like new)
- Check the lens for any physical defect
- Make sure the auto lens cover fully opens and closes when turning on and off the projector
- Display the built in alignment pattern and shoot the projector on anything large and light colored then:
- Check alignment/sharpness up close, a lot of color convergence issues can be fixed with the built in controls
- Check the full range of the motorized lens, focus and zoom
- Look at solid white and solid black images for any major issues, particularly dust blobs on an all black screen
- Look at text on a black background and make sure there aren't halos or smears around the text. It's not like an LCD TV, there shouldn't be blooming
- And lastly, what happened to me, check various content to make sure you don't get any strange color banding/blooming. I got it with blues.
Quote :To view the After Service (AS) menu, press and hold the Menu button on the remote or the projector's control panel for at least 8 seconds, then release it. Within 4 seconds of releasing the menu button, press the ESC button twice.
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