EPSON 2013/2014 - EH-TW5200-TW7200-TW8200 and maybe TW9200

Thebe

Standard Member
Hi,

informations about the new Epson range for years 2013/2014 are available on Epson Japan Website :

EH TW8200 - Contrast ratio : 600 000 : 1 and 2 400 lumens

Home projector EH-TW8200W/EH-TW8200 | Products | Epson

http://www.epson.jp/products/dreamio/ehtw8200/images/index/ph_visual_ehtw8200w.jpg



EH TW7200 - Contrast ratio : 120 000 : 1 and 2 000 lumens

Home projector EH-TW7200 | Products | Epson

http://www.epson.jp/products/dreamio/ehtw7200/images/index/ph_visual_ehtw7200.jpg


EH TW5200 - Contrast ratio : 15 000 : 1 and 2 000 lumens

Home projector EH-TW5200/EH-TW5200S | Products | Epson

http://www.epson.jp/products/dreamio/ehtw5200/images/index/ph_visual_ehtw5200.jpg




The 8200 seems to be at the same price at the 8100, the 7200 a half between the 6100 and the 8100 and the 5200, a half of the 6100' price.

About the 9200, only a picture on the Finnish EPSON Website is avaible, but no more information at this time :

https://neon.epson-europe.com/fi/fi...file=/files/pressimages/E/Epson_EH-TW9200.jpg
 
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beecee

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wonder if the 5200 will have lens shift?
 

Member 518284

Distinguished Member
wonder if the 5200 will have lens shift?

looking at the schematic diagrams I can`t see any lens shift controls whereas the other models all show them, so i`m thinking it won`t have lens shift

Allan :smashin:
 

beecee

Well-known Member
yes, looking at the feature list its not there, whats with epson and the omittance of lense shift, they used to be on all LCD budget models from panasonic and sanyo in the past!....
 

Member 518284

Distinguished Member
yes, looking at the feature list its not there, whats with epson and the omittance of lense shift, they used to be on all LCD budget models from panasonic and sanyo in the past!....

you answered it yourself, its a budget model :smashin:

they have to differentiate between models or they might as well just have one model, that said thats the reason why i`ve never sold the 5900/5910/6000/6100 ;)
 

markymiles

Distinguished Member
Welcome addition the 7200 IMHO. There was a bit of a gap in the market for that sort of spec/price. Assuming it's around £1500-£1750. Might start saving for an Xmas purchase.
 

Member 518284

Distinguished Member
yeah their has been a gap their Mark, apart from the wireless 6100`s, this will bridge that now hopefully when we know the official pricing structure :smashin:
 

QuestShield

Distinguished Member
Would be interested in the 7200 definitely. Could maybe push for the 8200. The 47.1% horizontal lens shift is something I need in my setup below. Excuse the crap pic.

 

Member 518284

Distinguished Member

Mil

Standard Member
Would you suggest Epson TW3200 or this 5200 model? Is TW3200 too old already? Should I search for newer model like 5200?
Thank you!
 

beecee

Well-known Member
no replacement to the 6100?

wondering if they are retiring the chassis of the 6100/5910?
 

Member 518284

Distinguished Member
the 3 new models we have been given details of are the 7200-9200-9200W
 

Member 518284

Distinguished Member
anyone got any idea what the 9200 may retail at launch

please don`t hold me to this but early gossip says

£2795 - £3195 so they have gone up, so has the warranty period though from 3 to 5 years

Allan
 
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beecee

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