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Epson Full HD Home Theatre Projectors: EHTW5600 and EHTW6700 for $796 and $1,595 Respectively + Delivery @ Video Pro eBay

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Epson EHTW5600 Full HD Home Theatre Projector $796 + Delivery

Epson EHTW6700 Full HD Home Theatre Projector $1,595 + delivery.

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    I replaced my emp-tw1000 (12 years old) with a EHTW5600 recently and was pleasanatly surprised by the performance.
    There are also two kids wondering around, so my care factor for video quality may have waned a little.

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    I used to have a TW5600. Great budget projector. Great for sports. Great for gaming as well. It is quite bright so ideal for imperfect rooms (ie. white walls) but in a prepped room it isn't the best for movies - black levels are average at best. Still in overall nothing at this price point will touch it for movies and it's a very good buy.

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      Thanks for that.

      I guess a DLP projector would be better for movies, with darker blacks, but I'm not sure which one is good value atm.

      From what I've read here, this is probably one of the most popular (if not the most popular) LCD projectors on OzBargain.

      But I wouldn't know which are some of the better DLPs out there (in terms of value and quality).

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        with this budget, i think it works well

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        Benq make some very good DLP projectors in the same price range. Arguably slightly better for movies, but also arguably slightly worse for practically everything else. LCD, especially this Epson, are a far better allrounder IMHO.

        Make sure you know whether you experience the rainbow effect from DLP before you buy. Don't google what it is. If you don't see it on a DLP, buy and enjoy.

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    Its a shame these don't have power lens shift, zoom and focus.

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    I’ve got the EH-TW5600 projecting on to a Silver Ticket grey screen. The grey material works well with this projector and improves the perceived contrast and black level.

    The projector was easy to calibrate and I’ve got reference level greyscale and pretty good colours. For the price, I don’t think you would find a more accurate projector.

    The lamp ballast died after 12 months and was replaced under warranty. Lamps themselves are also dirt cheap at $64.

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      For the price, I don’t think you would find a more accurate projector.

      benq w1090 ?

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        All well and good except if you are one of the unfortunates like myself that notices the rainbow effect. LCD projectors all the way for me.

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        That looks like a good option too, based on the calibration results in this review. I didn’t really consider DLP projectors, personally, as I see the rainbow effect.

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    I've got the benq w1080 st, would this be an upgrade in terms of picture quality ?

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      I don't think so. Your next jump would probably be 4K/HDR projector (although before anyone else says it, no HDR won't be as good as a tv panel)

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      Not really no.

      There will be minor differences due to the tech (better black levels, slightly worse sharpness, more "vibrant" (to the eyes) but reduced contrast) but it would be a sideway jump rather than an upgrade.

      I'd stick with it.

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    does the USB, give out 5v?

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    I want the wireless one… dont want to have cable running across

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    Also noticed no chat regarding the EHTW6700. Steer clear. It is definitely not worth the extra money. It is very similar in quality and you'd only really notice the slightly better black levels etc. if they were setup side by side.

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