Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 6100
Released September, 2003
The Pros:Unusually bright projector, can handle a room lit with some ambient light. "screen door" effect is minimized, picture is very detailed. Expanded color mode noticeably brights out greater color variations and subtleties in the picture.
The Cons:Focus needs to be tweaked from time to time. Can't change the aspect ratio and zoom options from an HDMI source. Lens shifting is limited, can't get good diagonal shifts.
The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 6100 is a mid-model projector that is a part of Epson's affordable Home Cinema line of projectors. This projector features Epsons's TFT D7 panel with full 1080p resolution and a contrast ratio of 18,000:1 giving movies, games or sporting events a crisp image with excellent brightness and contrast.
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The imave is created by Epson’s 3LCD, 3-chip optical engine and is able to produce 1800 lumens of light output in both white and color. The Epson exclusive Cinema Filter and OptiCinema lens by Fujinon gives professional quality images and the energy efficient E-TORL lamp provides up to 4000 hours of use. The efficient cooling system and dust filtration system ensures minimal maintenance and reliable operation.
- Full 1080p resolution — TFT D7 panel
- 18,000:1 contrast ratio
- 3LCD, 3-chip optical engine
- Up to 1800 lumens color, 1800 lumens white
- Cinema filter for astounding color accuracy
- OptiCinema lens by Fujinon with a 2.1 zoom ratio
- E-TORL lamp — lasts up to 4000 hours
- 10-bit panel driver
- Advanced auto iris function
- Efficient dust filtration system
- 2 HDMI 1.3a
- 1 RCA (Composite)
- 1x3 RCA (Component)
- 1 Mini DIN (S-video)
- 1 D-Sub 15 pin (Analog RGB)
- 1 D-Sub 9 pin (RS-232c)
User Reviews (1)
unusually bright projector, can handle a room lit with some ambient light
"screen door" effect is minimized, picture is very detailed
expanded color mode noticeably brights out greater color variations and subtleties in the picture
configuration is fast and simple, even for first-time projector owners
focus needs to be tweaked from time to time
can't change the aspect ratio and zoom options from an HDMI source
lens shifting is limited, can't get good diagonal shifts
very large footprint, takes up a fair amount of room
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