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Question Epson TW 3700 or 6700 Projector

Delta38

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This is a 3 LCD 1080p Chip RGB Liquid Crystal Shutter Projection System with a 16:9 Aspect Ratio .
Claims 3000 Lumen s of Colour and Brightness , A Contrast of 70,000:1 can use it in a room
without needing to shut doors or close curtains so bright enough to run in eco mode.
Displays 100" at about 3 Meters away to a Maximum of 300".
Plays both 2D and 3D DVDs and Blu Rays with Glasses not Supplied Yes DVDs in 3D , Not tried yet ?
The Remote is large with a backlit to use in the dark.
Displays 107 Billion Colours , Guardians of the Galaxy on Blu Ray looked mind blowing.
Does Picture in Picture , Super Resolution and Detail Enhancement.
The Speakers are 2 x 10 Watt only good for a mobile set up , Use a dedicated Home Theater AMP.
On top are a couple of dials for Height and Direction of the image as well as Navigation and
Power buttons.
On the back are 2 HDMI Ports , one is for MHL , 1 USB type A Port , 1 VGA Port as well as a 3.5mm
Output to connect Speakers I use my Blu Ray Player for Sound Output.
The Projector is White and weighs 6.9 Kg Dimensions are H 163 ,W 410 , D310.
There is a fan at the front that blows out Hot Air.
Focusing is done manually by the Lens and more adjustment to picture size on Lens Assembly.
Zoom is 1.6 x
This Projector is Not 4k , the Speakers are Minimal , Lamp life from 3000 Hours to 5000 in Eco mode.
Claims to be a 10 Bit Colour Processing , Colour modes 2D Dynamic , Living Room , Natural , Cinema , Auto , 3D Dynamic , 3D Cinema .
Lamp Type 250 W UHE .
Intake Vent on the Left side with two little legs underneath to adjust Height.
 

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