Epson Home Cinema 2030 Projector Video Overview
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Epson Home Cinema 2030 Projector
When the Home Cinema 2030 was the object of a full-length review, it received our Hot Product Award. The full review goes into all the details but here are a few basics.
Epson Home Cinema 2030 Projector Highlights
- 3D Capabilities with support for Blu-ray 3D, satellite channels… game consoles
- Extremely bright home projector, ideal for family and bonus rooms, and theaters with large screens (brighter than last year’s)
- Four preset 2D modes, 2 preset 3D modes. Pick the one that’s best for what you are viewing, and room conditions
- Modest built in sound, can be supplemented with a surround sound system, or powered subwoofer, thanks to the audio out.
- Full color controls allow for a full calibration
- Lag times should be acceptable for fast game playing.
- Backlit remote control
- Dynamic iris for better black level performance, the iris operates in 3D modes as well as 2D
- Epson offers optional 3D glasses that are light, and are RF and quickly rechargeable
- It only takes 3 minutes to put on enough quick charge to get through an entire movie
- Excellent warranty
- One of the lower priced 1080p 3D capable projectors, but above entry level performance
- An impressive value proposition!
Basic Specs for Epson Home Cinema 2030
- Home Cinema 2030 MAP: $999, Home Cinema 2000 MAP: $899
- Technology: 3LCD
- Native Resolution: 1080p (1920×1080)
- Brightness: Manufacturer claim: 2000 lumens, 2036 measured max, 1408 lumens “best” mode* (HC2000 claims 1800 lumens)
- Contrast: 15,000:1 HC2000: 13,000:1
- Zoom Lens ratio: 1.2:1 Manual zoom and focus
- Lens shift: None
- Lamp life: 5000 hours at full power, 6000 hours in eco mode – $299 replacement cost – for both HC2030 and HC2000
- Weight: 6.4 lbs. (2.9 Kg.)
- Warranty: 2 Year Parts and Labor with next business day replacement program for both years!
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From the Editor: This video was created as a summary of the original, full, in-depth projector review of the Home Cinema 2030. It was directed and scripted by Lisa Feierman, and features Art Feierman, editor of ProjectorReviews.com
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