"Epson's sub-$1K projector an OK buy"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Epson's sub-$1K projector an OK buy
I -- -- -- -- and this is a review of the Epson pal like home cinema 2013.
-- a projectors a lot easier than it used to be today's most of product cheaper and better performing and -- up.
For under a thousand -- yet to twenty that he comes with a number of surprising conclusions.
This is the first 1080 PL CD projector for the money and it also includes 3-D playback.
The predict it comes with a relatively high brightness of 2000 amendments which is relatively good forum -- in the room.
And a number of handy set -- features.
These include a lens come up and front and back it just months unfortunately there's not -- shift just to digital -- adjustment.
The Epson has an on board to look -- which can not be useful in a packed up and inside you want to hook up a separate high -- system.
Connections include two HDMI port with -- -- compatible and I -- a PC slot IV and USB predictable fault plane back.
The 2030 includes an.
But it wasn't able to -- the deal -- nice bean QW 1080 for black levels of most of the things that we tested it.
-- -- -- to advertises protectors having 2000 women of color brightness.
The colors were surprisingly inaccurate and a little -- particularly in scan times.
Trading playback on the at have been very good and if you wanted to watch 3-D -- -- -- like gravity on something that vaguely approaches a cinema like experience.
For the money this is a very good like to do it.
Yet some how -- cinema 2030s -- -- projected that does some things well and certainly a better deal than the 16100 dollar -- since there's twenty.
But I'd still recommend it -- you deal pays for the site.
This is being talked -- over the season.
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