Let’s face it; no one wants to watch a movie on a 50 to 60 inch TV. Even if the TV is mounted on the wall, it still lacks the impact of watching a movie on a screen 100 inches or more. These days a projector is more affordable than ever. And typically cheaper than the TV you have now.
Epson’s Home Cinema 2000 is one of those projectors that arrives more affordable than an LED or LCD TV. At under $700 and on sale at under $600 quite often it’s a steal.
And if you’re wondering what to do with the TV you already have, there are lots of options. Many people will mount the projector screen above the TV already on the wall. When it’s time to watch a movie, the screen simply rolls down in front of the TV giving you the cinematic experience you’ve been craving. The screen could be manual operating, or electric roll-down with the touch of a button. Of course you could use the projector for all TV viewing as well, but not everyone wants to see the nightly news on a 100″ screen! Others will mount a fixed screen to the wall, often times in a room dedicated to Home Theater. Hey, if you have the room, we highly recommend it as the way to go. Some of you may have an extra bedroom, or a den that could be used. In the image below they use the projector in the living room and it rolls down in front of the TV. The possibilities are almost endless of how your setup could work the best for you.
Here are a few technical specs of the Epson:
• Up to 3x Brighter Colors with Epson
• Color Brightness: 1800 lumens
• White Brightness: 1800 lumens
• Full HD 1080p; up to 300″ on any wall or screen
• Supports MHL-enabled devices
With Full HD, 1080p resolution and built-in 3D this projector will give you the cinematic adventure you’ve been searching for.
Setting the projector up is simple, it comes with 2 HDMI ports making it easy to connect a Blu-Ray player and/or a DVR/Cable Box. With MHL you can turn this projector into a smart display which connects wirelessly to your smartphone or tablet.
The Home Cinema 2000 will project up to a 300 inch image. We don’t recommend going above 150 inches for optimal brightness. Anything 100 inches and above will give you the home theater experience you’re after.
With a full 2 year warranty you can rest assured this projector will last you a long time. In our tests and other reviewers I’m sure you’ll search out, this projector rates among the best at the price/performance ratio.
Take a look at the Epson Home Cinema 2000 here and see for yourself. Start your own Home Theater today! For any questions you may have please contact me. I would love to help you get the large screen impact you are looking for.