I have to admit that I haven’t reviewed a projector in a while, and I usually review the small ones. This is the first time that I reviewed a bigger one, and it is a very cool one with a small exception that I will get to later.
I’ll start by saying that it is 1080p, and setting it up is pretty easy. It took the interface of HDMI and components well, and I was able to have a projection on my wall that was huge and very clear. That is, after I had adjusted it properly.
Now, I don’t know if these numbers mean anything to you, but it delivers 2300 lumens of color brightness and white brightness. The 3LCD with 3-chip technology brought the images to life with true-to-life color. It has a 60,000:1 contrast ratio for 2D and full 3D HD technology.
Okay, so here is the drawback. There are no speakers on this. Not only that, I can’t find a good spot for an audio feed, I’m sure there is a place. You should be able to get the Epson Home Cinema 3000 on the Epson site for about $1,299.00.