The Epson HC 8350, the 1080p successor of the Epson HC 8100, was the big cheese at CEDIA 2010 last month. It is Epson’s first 1080p HD projector priced under $2,000. At 2,000 lumens, it’s also brighter than Epson’s previous 1080p offerings.
Epson HC 8350 Projector Quick Specs:
|Resolution||HD (1920 x 1080)|
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In their review of the HC 8350, the good folks at ProjectorCentral.com praised its brightness, color and $1,299 MSRP. They went as far as saying the projector’s image quality “will make you swear you’re looking out a window.”
This is because the 8350 uses the same inorganic C2Fine D7 LCD panels that Epson usually saves for its more expensive and higher-performance-models, the 8500 UB and 9500 UB, (but not the 8100.) Though the spec changes between the 8100 and the 8350 may seem modest, these C2Fine D7 LCD panels result in a much higher image quality. From ProjectorCentral.com: “while the 8100 was an excellent value at $1,499 by last year’s standards, the 8350 is a much stronger offering yet.”
“There’s no sense beating around the bush: the Home Cinema 8350 is a fantastic value. It produces a great picture for a very low price,” – ProjectorCentral.com. “The Home Cinema 8350 is one of the finest values in projectors we’ve ever seen.”
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