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Epson MovieMate 60

Epson MovieMate 60
alaScore 83

3 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the design. The value for money also gets good feedback.

value for money, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the Epson MovieMate 60 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Review: Epson MovieMate 60 Projector


I have always wanted a projector for my house because they are a great way to get the big screen experience without having to go to the theater, or pay out big bucks for a super large TV. The reason I have never purchased one is because I would have to...

Overall I am happy with this projector. Yes it is missing a few nice features and the audio and video quality is not the best, but that is how Epson is keeping the price down. With a retail price of $699 ($603 on Amazon), built-in DVD player and...

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Epson MovieMate 60 Home Theater ProjectorReview


No high-def is sort of a drag. However, this 3-chip LCD projector more than makes up for its shortcomings with a built-in DVD player and speakers.

If you're going to invest in a projector for a fixed installation in the home, it's hard not to go high-def. We'd love to endorse the MovieMate 60 as a starter unit. However, we are on the fence with the $700 price tag. It's a great deal for a...

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Epson MovieMate 60 Projector


This little and affordable gadget will make a movie theater out of your living room or backyard.

Are you a fan of projectors or do you prefer traditional flat-panel TVs? Yeah, we know all about home theater projectors: issues with names like “rainbow effect” and “screen-door effect,” which are just poetic names for crappy images. Not so, says...