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Epson PowerLite 6500UB

Epson PowerLite 6500UB
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3 reviews

Oct, 2014

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Epson 6500UB LCD Projector Review


It's always surprising to me to see new projectors hit the market with better and better performance and less and less compromise - and at prices often identical to, or even lower than, just a year

Excellent blacks ; Super low standby power consumption ; 2.1x zoom Fujinon lens ; Quiet

Significant lag during gaming ; 120Hz FineFrame mode unstable with fast motion footage and games ; Limited digital zoom modes

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Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 6500 UB 1080p Home Theater ProjectorReview


Delivering exceptionally deep blacks and a vivid, accurate color palette, Epson's boxy-but-good 6500UB makes the short list of affordable 1080p projectors worthy of your hard-earned coin.

Epson's 6500UB may be boxy, it may be a tad heavy and its frame interpolation mode may not be quite ready for prime time, but that's not going to stop me from calling it a remarkable performer. You'll notice I didn't tack "for the money" onto the end...

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This projector is everything and more than I expected.


If you have any thought about 'trading-up', I would suggest that you look no further. For the overall performance, this unit is a winner, even at more than twice the price. Again, I haven't seen it along side another competitor to give it a fair and...

The blacks are deep, the detail is sharp and well defined, and the set-up was 'apple-pie' easy. This unit has to be the value champion in this segment! I would have to see a 'superior' model side-by-side to see the difference. it's hard to imagine

I'm honestly trying, but I can't think of a single one. This is a little unfair since I have nothing to compare it to other than my old 470p Sony 3-gun, and no contest there