4805 vs epson home 10+

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  1. Brian Fineberg

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    I can get them both for the same price. Which do you think will be better from a viewing of about 16' and a screen from about 110"-125". the projector will be mounted on the back wall about 16' away

    thanks

    Brian
     
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    Brian, I would get the 4805. Did you check if that throw range and screen size will work with both of those projectors?
     
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    yes, I am leaning toward to 4805...at that distance the 4805 will be 103"-110"

    The Espson would be from 115"-125"......this is just an new thought since as I said I am leaning toward the 4805(which I have a phenominal price for)

    thanks for your help!!

    Brian
     
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    Brian,

    We are a ScreenPlay dealer and we are very close to bringing Epson on board as well. I've spent time evaluating both models and in my opinion, the 4805 offer better picture quality. I suppose i'm a little biased since I own a 4805 but the black levels look better and there's less pixelization vs. the Epson model.
     
  5. Brian Fineberg

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    Kirk...thank you very much...that is exactly what I was looking for...everytime I get ready to purchase the 4805 I discover another projector to think about and then I need some info. BUt I am no longer gonna wonder and just pull the trigger on the 4805. I will be ordering it tomorrow!!

    thanks again to all

    Brian
     
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    CONGRATS Brian! [​IMG]

    You find the 4805 is a [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] entry level projector for the $$$!
     
  7. Travis_R

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    Brian, Let me know how you like it and what size screen you have, if you could post some screen shots when its up and running I would greatly appreciate it, I am on the fence right now between the Sanyo PLV-Z3 and the SP4805, Im kinda leanind towards the 4805. I want to go with a 119" screen since my HT is a pretty big room, anything smaller than that will look to small.
     
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    bryan did you get that baby hooked up yet? :) lets see some screen shots PLEEEEEASE ;-)
     
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    I guess Brian is too busy enjoying his 4805.......... sigh
     

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