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CEDIA Expo 2011: Epson rolls out new projector line


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#1 of 2 OFFLINE   Adam Gregorich

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Posted September 13 2011 - 06:24 AM

One of the things I liked about the Epson projectors is they all support a split screen using two inputs.  Most projectors don't have this support built in requiring other third party solutions.  Here is an overview of the models shown:
Model Contrast Ratio Price Lumens 3D Availablity Notes
Home Cinema 8350 50,000:1   2000 No Dealer/Online Hold over from last year
Home Cinema 3010 40,000:1 $1,599 2200 Yes Dealer/Online Includes 2pr 3D glasses
Home Cinema 3010e 40,000:1 $1,799 2200 Yes Dealer/Online Includes wireless HDMI, no glasses
Home Cinema 5010 200,000:1 TBD but under $3,000 2400 Yes Dealer/Online No glasses
Home Cinema 5010e 200,000:1 TBD but under $3,500 2400 Yes Dealer/Online Includes wireless HDMI, no glasses
Pro Cinema 6010 200,000:1 TBD but under $4,000 2400 Yes Dealer Extra bulb, ISF, THX certified, 2 pr 3D glasses
Pro Cinema 61000 1,000,000:1 TBD but under $5,000 1200 No Dealer Mount, extra bulb, ISF, THX
Pro Cinema 31000 500,000:1  TBD but under $4,000 1200 No Dealer No extras
Kevin got a complete overview of this years offerings from Epson's Jason Palmer:




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