Written on: 17/05/2010
I also forgot to mention that the EMP-TW10H has an abundance of inputs
it has the VIDEO,CVBS, PC, COMPONENT.It also has the standard abilty to flip the projection or reverse it for such things as ceiling mounts, I guess since 2004 projectors now have
HDMI inputs & can display in Full HD as well. Also they have more than 1 LCD
so the "Fly wire effect" is lessened !! Also the DLP projectors have less of a "Rainbow Effect". This was not the case in 2004 whenst I doth made the Purchase of said... (read more)
Written on: 14/05/2010
I bought this projector in 2004, I do not use it every day and have still
50% bulb life left !!!. I use it on theatre black and that has help extend the life of the bulb. It is a great projector the only downsides are the
"Fly wire effect" of the single LCD & now-adays the maximum resolution eqaul to PAL SD. Other than that it displays a very large picture from a small distance. It is great to watch documentaries on like "Adventure in Architecture" of Dan Cruickshank, it really does place... (read more)
Written on: 24/08/2008 by snowleopard (19 reviews written)
The Epson EMP-TW10H is an absolute gem of a projector. Probably the best value for money around. Superb performance with abundant connections allowing you to hook up to just about anything. Slight criticism is the fan, which can sound noisey if you have the volume on low.
You can get staggeringly big pictures from a short distance and clarity of the picture is just great.
However you do need your room to be dark to get the best out of this kit. Keep the room dark and the bulb setting on... (read more)
Written on: 29/06/2007 by DFman (10 reviews written)
Bought the EMP-TW10H LCD Epson Projector just over a year ago and it has done great service. Easy to set up and use, good manual, great pictures. The EMP-TWP produces huge pictures across only small distances, which is great for the small home cinema room. This means you can easily fill nearly a whole wall with wide screen images.
The machine also has a number of different inputs which means sadly the children have been able to link up the PS2 as well and have spent a lot of time impressing... (read more)