|New/Sealed Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 LCD Projector (V11H373120)|
Swampscott, MA, USA
|Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 EH-TW3600 LCD 1080P Projector|
Lincoln, NE, USA
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|Get a remarkable home entertainment experience with the Epson 8350 LCD projector. This Epson home entertainment projector offers true-to-life HD images, with 1080p TFT D7 chip and a contrast ratio of up to 50,000:1. Packed with C2Fine technology, 3LCD and 3-chip technology, this Epson LCD projector displays rich, vivid colors and delivers a consistent performance. This Epson LCD projector has advanced high-speed auto iris function that reduces the blur effect in fast moving scenes by adjusting light output by up to 60 times per second. This Epson home entertainment projectors cinema filters include a range of colors that enhance the viewing experience. Also, the two HDMI 1.3 ports in the Epson 8350 projector offer multimedia connectivity.|
|Model||PowerLite Home Cinema 8350|
|UPC||010343878419, 010343880009, 010343881594|
|Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Image Brightness||2000 ANSI Lumens|
|Image Size (Diagonal)||80 in. - 120 in.|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9, 4:3|
|HDTV Formats||1080i, 1080p, 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p|
|Screen Distance||8 ft. - 20.9 ft.|
|Analog Video Format||NTSC 4.43, PAL 60, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM|
|Color Support||12-bit color|
|Audio Output||Stereo L/R RCA|
|Operation Noise||28 dB|
|Connectors||Component, Composite (RCA), HDMI, S-Video|
|Interface||D-Sub 15 pin x 1, D-Sub 9 pin x 1 (RS-232C)|
|Video input||4 Pin - Mini DIN (S-Video), Component Video, Composite Video, HDMI x 1, HDMI x 2, S-Video x 1|
|Light Source Power||200W UHE|
|Light Source Life||4000 Hours|
|Features||Anamorphic DVD Playback, Built-In Speakers, Ceiling Projection, Rear Projection, Table Top Projection|
|Projection Method||Ceiling, Front, Rear|
Average review score based on 24 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I bought this projector after carefully studying the reviews on the internet. Despite the known issues (discussed later here), I felt it had two things going for it:
1. This projector is probably one of the most popular out there in terms of sales, meaning parts and lamps are going to be readily available for a long time to come.
2. It has a good low cost to high performance ratio. A good buy for the money.
I purchased my Epson 8350 projector used, with about 900 hours on the lamp. When I first received and unboxed the projector it would not turn on at all, and had a temperature alarm LED lit. Turns out that I needed to let it warm up to room temperature first as it was very cold in the UPS truck.
Internet reviews of these Epson 8350 projectors show that they have a habit of going "blue screen" with the fatal automatic iris failure message. This happened only once on me so far, when the room heater accidentally was left on and the temperature went up to about 85 degrees. Hotter at the ceiling, I am sure. Cooling down the room and unplugging and re-plugging in the projector fixed the issue.
Other than that the projector has worked flawlessly since. (I have put about 50 more hours on it). The HD picture in my windowless theater room is outstanding, using a 92 inch screen with the projector roof mounted about 13 feet away. For the price it does a great job, and I would recommend it to anybody that does not want to spend $2500 for a projector, but wants great performance.
i have had the projector for almost one month. the picture is great, i had a sanyo plv-z4, the epson is much brighter as it should be, the sanyo adjustment for positioning the screen is much better than the epson. that is the weakest point so far with this projector, not much movement and seems to move out position pretty easy. movies are a blast to watch. we have about 100 hrs on it so far. we use this projector on our table so we move it a lot.
upadate had it now one year and three months. the light bulb went out at 1200 hrs not the 4000 hrs in there manual. they did send me a free one and they shipped it fast. other than that so far so good.
Over the years, we have worn out three ceiling mounted front tv projectors. When you get accoustomed to watching an eight foot picture, nothing less is acceptable. Flat screen tv's do not approach that size, and if they did, the price would be enormous. We searched for a new front projector with three requirements: (10 1080p, (2) 2000 lumens, and (3) 50,000:1 contrast. The Epson 8350 met these requirements. A local dealer could provide the unit for $1,399. We found one on E-bay for $1045 freight prepaid. It was much lighter than the old 3 tube projectors, easy to install, and works perfectly. We are delighted with the price and performance.
I purchased this projector for use in my man-cave.
It has been great so far.
From less than 20 feet I was able to expand the projection to 120 inches.
The images are crisp and the fan noise is minimal.
I've only run in to two problems:
First, the heat emitted from the lamp is intense, it heats up my 24x16 room very quickly.
Second, while it does have the option to change aspect ratios, it will not allow you to select these ratios when using certain hardware (such as an xbox).
No wonder I have seen highh ratings for this product.. Awesome picture out of the box, feel like watching a cinema in a multiplex theatre. The HD picture quality, no noise all makes it aperfect buy.
Would have been great if it had the lens shift adjustment on the remote itself. There is a slight curve at the top of my screem even though I did maximum lens shift. This is due to a bend in the wall where i have projected it. However if a keystone adjustment was availble, this would have solved my prob. Only because this I give a 4.5 stars.