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Epson Home Cinema 2250 3LCD Full HD 1080p Projector with Android TV, Streaming Projector, Home Theater Projector, 10W Speaker, Image Enhancement, Frame Interpolation, 70,000:1 contrast ratio, HDMI
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|Luminous Flux||2700 Lumen|
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|maximum Throw Distance||11.1 Feet|
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- Stunning picture quality — delivers an immersive viewing experience for TV shows, sporting events, gaming and movies by accepting content up to 4K – for an amazing Full HD picture
- Smooth, crisp images — with Image Enhancement and Frame Interpolation
- Built-in Android TV (2) — latest Android TV interface with a simple-to-use remote – including voice search with built-in Google Assistant. Watch all your favorite streaming channels including Hulu, HBO, YouTube and more (3) without an external streaming media player
- Best-in-Class Color Brightness (1) — advanced 3LCD technology displays 100% of the RGB color signal for every frame. This allows for outstanding color accuracy while maintaining excellent color brightness, without any distracting “rainbowing” or “color brightness” issues seen with other projection technologies
- Ultra bright picture — 2,700 lumens of color and white brightness (4)
- Easy setup — built-in 10 W speaker and easy setup for HD entertainment right out of the box
- Built-in vertical lens shift — change the position of the image without moving the projector up or down
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Why compromise for anything other than true 3LCD projection? Built from the ground up to deliver an exceptionally immersive viewing experience, the Epson Home Cinema 2250 displays vivid, true-to-life content with Best-in-Class Color Brightness1, advanced 3-chip, 3LCD technology and an amazing contrast ratio of up to 70,000:1. The perfect choice for streaming TV shows, sporting events, movies and more, this dynamic projector features Image Enhancement and Frame Interpolation for smooth, crisp images and accepts up to 4K content – for an astounding Full HD picture. Plus, with built-in Android TV (2) and wireless connectivity, you get seamless access to popular streaming services including Hulu, HBO and YouTube (3), right out of the box.1. Color brightness measured per IDMS 15.4. Additional colors and picture modes tested. Top-selling Epson 3LCD projectors vs. comparable top-selling 1-chip DLP projectors based on NPD sales data for May 2017 – April 2018. COLOR BRIGHTNESS WILL VARY BASED ON USAGE CONDITIONS.2. In order to use the Android TV, the device must be configured on a network via a wireless connection of 5 Mbps or faster.3. Some apps require paid subscriptions.4. Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.5. SmartWay is an innovative partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.
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-- I ended up returning it for the following reasons:
1) **The bluetooth connection is unusable.** There are two options for outputting bluetooth audio -- one is to connect an external speaker via Epson's own overlay menu, and two, to connect via the android OS that powers the stick included with the projector. Both options result in consistent, considerable lag, regardless of the app being used, regardless of the speaker being used for output. Unusable bluetooth means that either you are happy to live with the built-in speaker (if you can hear it behind the fan, which is loud), or you have to connect an external audio jack to your speakers, or you have to use an external Roku/Fire stick or Apple TV. The problem is that all those options defeat the point of having a smart projector. You have to remove the (rather pretty) back cover and you're left with cables/sticks poking out -- which is not great if you want to have the projector itself be permanently installed somewhere where it is visibile. For us, the difference between this projector and one of the tried-and-trusted 1080p offerings from BenQ was the fact that with this one we would be a single cable, neat set-up, or so we thought. Which leads me to issue #2...
2) Broadly speaking **the Android TV stick built-in sucks and it's a limitation of this projector**.
I detest android at the best of times. But I think that even apologists for Google will find it hard to applaud the particular stick that comes with this projector. The App Store selection is poor. Most apps regularly malfunction. And the stick (assuming it's the stick's fault) cannot even handle a bluetooth connection properly. If Epson cannot invest in its own smart platform, which I understand, they would have done better by partnering with an accomplished stick manufacturer -- like Roku. But I guess Android was the cheaper option. And you get what you pay for. Epson's OWN GOAL here is that the belly of the projector can only accommodate the Android Stick it comes with. They would literally have had a more successful product if they shipped it with a hole to fill with your own (Fire or Roku) smart stick -- provided, of course, the compartment was large enough for those alternatives.
3) **Loudness**. This thing is loud. Yes, it gets better with the "Cinema" setting. But there is no disguising that it is loud. And frankly, the "bright" setting is very much necessary unless you are able to create 100% darkness.
I would have been able to live with the sub-par Android platform and the loud fan if issue #1 had not been such a deal-breaker.
Sadly, my search for an *actually smart* projector goes on. All I want is a projector that, without additional cables, can reliably access the apps of major movie & TV vendors (including Apple TV) and output the audio via Bluetooth or Airplay in synchronized fashion. You would have thought this wouldn't be so hard, in 2020, especially given that I'm happy to cough up a thousand bucks for it. Alas, I am yet to see any company manage that.
Original review below -- note that I had clearly spoken too soon about the bluetooth connectivity.
This is a first impressions review - I may update it after I have more weeks of use.
The 2250 is a good projector. I recommend it.
Image quality is generally on a par with the BenQ HT2150A (though the BenQ perhaps wins in on the deep blacks).
However, the Epson 2250 is rather special in 3 ways:
1) is has a useful throw ratio with lots of zoom and vertical lens shift. I find that the BenQ projectors always want to get onto the couch with you. This one instead wants to sit behind your head. It’s not as convenient as a short throw if you plan to move it daily. But for a semi-permanent installation, like mine, it is great. The lens shift is super useful, too.
2) it is compact. In fact, it fits inside the IKEA Kallax cube with enough room for ventilation.
3) it has USABLE smarts. It comes with a built in Android TV stick. Sadly you cannot replace the stick with a Roku, because the space is tight and tailored for that specific stick. Android TV is not great but it’s ok. Of course, using Google is a privacy concern and should be avoided where possible, but at least, unlike some other supposedly smart projectors on the “Aptoide” platform, this one actually works (mostly) and plenty of English-language apps are available. There is no AppleTV+ app, or at least not yet. Other apps freeze not infrequently. But Sling, Netflix, Prime, all work, the WiFi works reliably and Bluetooth seems ok too. All in all, this allows you to achieve what could be called “portable”, one-cable functionality. Just plug it into the power cord and you’re good to go.
I am giving it 4 starts instead of 5 because of a few annoyances:
1) the reliance on the android tv stick. Making the slot large enough for a Roku or Fire stick would have been much better. We don’t all want to gift our personal information to google to sell for profit.
2) it’s relatively noisy. Out of the box it comes in “bright” mode, which sends the fan to overdrive. But even on “cinema” mode, the fan is vigorous and you can hear a whiz sound as well as chirping.
3) looks. While it is compact, it is not as sleek as the “E” series like the EF11 for example.
In sum: a great 1080p projector that is actually smart enough to work on its own without external sticks and boxes, connects to WiFi and Bluetooth and that is small enough not to offend in your living room.
1. I have a pitch black room, and the projector is too bright in normal mode. Lights up the room a bit. Perfect in eco mode.
2. Sound is loud, and of fine quality. I think the criticism is unfair. No, the speakers aren't going to outperform a hifi system, but they're more than adequate for showing the kids a movie in the yard, or something. You'll want external speakers for your home theater, but, you already knew that.
3. Image quality; it's fine. I can tell it's not 4k, but for the price, I can live with that. Resolution aside, it looks great to me.
4. I don't notice the fans when a movie is playing, so I guess they aren't too loud.
5. Google TV is meh, but, epson made it trivial to replace the built-in google TV stick. I LOVE that. I replaced it with my roku stick. Works perfectly, other than needing 2 remotes. It's like having a projector with built-in Roku TV.
5. It just works. The only issues I've had have been with the Google TV dongle, and have had no issues since replacing that with a Roku stick.
I have been extremely pleased with my decision to buy this. I was drawn to this particular model at the last minute because of the Black Friday Sale and the one I had researched and targeted to buy never went on sale. Also, Of course, its a fairly new unit so hopefully the best new features. Also, bulb replacement was relatively inexpensive compared to others.
I am a pro photographer and my main factor in buying this was actually to superimpose graphics on models. I find it fascinating. So far in small shoots, its worked out well. In the images you can see a simple shooting area. I pull down the white screen and have a black backdrop behind it for the models to stand in front of.
I am loving having this far more than I thought.
This Epson 2250 is the best full hd home cinema projector under $700. Great deal if you get this for $699 and less than that. Giving stunning picture quality when you use this projector with PVC projector screens. Other DLP projectors may have higher Lumens than this projector.
But this EPSON 2250 is using 3LCD technology which gives you very good brightness and contrast than other DLP projectors by using this 2700 lumens. Also 70000:1 contrast ratio will give you almost 4k quality
except in dark scenes. No need to worry about using DYNAMIC mode since the new lamp price is just $69 to replace. The only issue I found is the built in android stick is not supporting most of 4k movies in amazon prime if I am using my Samsung 3.1 360w sound bar.
When I used my amazon 4k stick or the built in speaker of the projector then it is working fine with all prime movies. So there is some problem with that android stick.