Epson Home Cinema 4000 Video – 4K Capable Home Theater Projector At A Glance

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The Epson Home Cinema 4000 is the lower-cost version of the $2,699 Epson Home Cinema 5040UB, which is quickly becoming industry standard. The two projectors differ in only a few ways, as they are virtually identical in both look and feature set. The Epson HC4000 is a $1995 street price, but is currently being sold on Epson’s website and other online retailers for $1799, making this projector a great value for those who are looking for a 4K capable projector.

This 2,200 lumen projector measured well over claim, as Epson projector’s tend to do. This makes it ideal for those who always have some ambient light in their room, versus those who have a dedicated home theater that can be fully darkened. It is a 1080p pixel shifter, meaning it doubles the pixels to create a truly sharp image. The HC4000 has a motorized lens – a definite plus for those who are ceiling mounting or use a cinemascope screen for widescreen movies, as it allows for easy switching between films and HDTV content.

The Home Cinema 4000 won an award in our Best Home Theater Projectors Report for 2017 for Best in Class: Value in the $1000-$2000 class. It has also been featured in this year’s Holiday Guide to Six Great Home Theater Projectors Under $2000 for this same reason. Will this projector make your short list? Check out the video below to find out!

The video features video clips from “Ultimate Wave Tahiti” by Stephen Low Productions and photos of the projector in action. The video clips give a little taste of what the projector can do – it has excellent color, right out of the box, and even better once calibrated! The photos from The Hunger Games, Passengers, and The Fifth Element all look sharp and really “wow.” Check it out to see if this award-winning projector is right for you, and, if it’s a possible contender – check out its review.



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Epson HC4000 Highlights

  • 4K Content handling including HDR and BT.2020 support
  • 2.1:1 motorized zoom with Lens Memory
  • Multiple picture modes
  • Pixel shifting for enhanced detail
  • Five Image Enhancement modes
  • Detail enhancement settings
  • CFI (smooth motion)
  • Wired networking
  • Full set of color controls allowing accurate calibration
  • 3500 hour lamp life at full power (up to 5000 hrs. in Eco mode
  • 3 power modes:  Normal, Medium, and Eco
  • 2 year warranty with rapid replacement program both years
  • Extended warranties available from Epson



Disclosures

From the Editor: This video was created as a brief overview of the Epson Home Cinema 4000 projector. It was edited and produced by Nikki Kahl and features Art Feierman, editor of ProjectorReviews.com.

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If this video is positive and enthusiastic about the projector, is simply because the review itself was positive and enthusiastic. We try to make the videos more fun, a bit less dry, with far less technical detail. Enjoy, but also visit the full review for more depth, even the settings that work best. Thanks! -art

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