Hi mate, would you mind commenting on the fan noise when you test this new epson tomorrow? Many thanks
Hi, Allan thanks for the info but now that you've the 6600 in action how would you compare to the 3200? thinking of getting one but if its not much of an improvement might wait and save up the pennies for a 9200, cheers for your advice
There are aftermarket wireless HDMI options if you decide that the Epson TW7200 (or Sony) is more to your liking. The TW7200 offers a more flexible lens shift, if required in your setup?Are there any more opinions on the Epson 6600? Basically I need a projector with wireless HDMI, horizontal lens shift and front facing exhaust vent (s) as it will be shelf/bookcase mounted against a rear wall. The avf review put me off initially but after more reading various opinions of the USA versions of the same projector (3500/3600e-wireless) and a couple of reviews linked in the thread over there, the concensus from across the pond seems more positive. Talking of virtually crosstalk free 3D, a fantastic bright image and decent motion. The only real downside that everyone agrees with are the black levels which are not great. I'll be using in a darkened room but with white/cream walls so a deep black level doesn't concern me too much. I know there are better projectors (for image quality) available for not much more money, but the main problems there are;
Epson 7200 - no wireless included.
Epson 9200 - wireless version available but beyond my budget.
Sony HW40 - no wireless & rear facing exhaust.
Also I was looking at the Benq 1070 and variants (short throw etc). I could bypass the need for wireless HDMI and H.lens shift with a short throw but I just don't fancy having the projector parked in the middle of the room with the kids running about - as the kids will get their fair share of time watching their films.
So I'm swaying towards the 6600w again but would love to see some more UK users opinions before I decide.
I am having trouble pairing my Samsung 3D glasses with it (have been told by three separate outlets that they are supposed to be compatible with each other, just have to mess about with that some more, I guess).