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Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White

Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White

Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR,White
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Features

  • 4K resolution processing : Advanced pixel shifting technology precisely controls three individual high definition LCD chips to parallel process millions of pixels. This new type of resolution Enhancement technology results in an exceptionally sharp 4K visual experience
  • Her processing : Full 10 bit HDR (3) color processing accepting 100 Percent of the HDR source information to faithfully reproduce HDR content for an exceptional visual performance; Operating Temperature: 41 ° to 95 °F (5 ° to 35 °C)
  • Digital imaging processing : Real time 12 bit analog to digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions, while helping to eliminate banding, blocking, and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance. This powerful processor faithfully reproduces the source material the way it was intended to be shown
  • Outstanding brightness : capable of displaying 4K content at an incredible 2, 600 Lumens for both color and White brightness (2). This not only provides for a wider performance envelope but allows for an exceptional HDR performance. Aspect Ratio 16:9 widescreen (4:3 resize,16:10 resize). Compatible with 4:3 with Normal, Full or Zoom Modes. White Brightness White Light Output 2600 lumens. Color Brightness Color Light Output 2600 lumens
  • Epson Ultra black technology : Epson created a proprietary Compensation filter that controls the polarization of light itself. This allows Epson to suppress any stray light within the signal, producing an outstanding dynamic contrast Ratio of 1, 000, 000: 1
  • Precision HDR adjustment : Real time HDR curve adjustment allowing for 16 steps of control to fine tune the HDR performance. Regardless of the content being displayed
  • Extreme color gamut : one of the first commercially available home theater projectors Capable of displaying the full three dimensional dci p3 (4) color space. This extreme color performance is 50 Percent wider than typical 1 chip Rec. 709 projectors and allows for a truly professional level of color accuracy

Description

The Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO UHD (1) projector delivers an amazing 4K home theater experience for the DIY enthusiast. Capable of displaying an astonishing 2, 600 lumens for both color and white brightness (2) along with proprietary processors for resolution enhancement, color, and image processing the Home Cinema 5050UB produces incredible brightness, color accuracy, and image detail to faithfully display all your favorite content the way it was meant to be seen. If your looking for an amazing 4K projection experience to power your new home theater build this could be it. Now that's Projection Perfected. 1. 4K Enhancement Technology shifts each pixel diagonally to double Full HD resolution. Resolution is full HD in 3D Mode. 2. Color Brightness measured per IDMS 15. 4. Additional colors and picture modes tested. Top selling Epson 3LCD projectors vs. comparable top selling 1 chip DLP projectors based upon NPD sales data for May 2017 April 2018. 3. HDR performance available with select devices. For more information, visit our official site. 4. Entire DCI P3 color space can be displayed in Digital Cinema Mode only. Products features and specifications are subject to change.


Product Dimensions 17.7 x 20.4 x 7.5 inches


Item Weight 24.7 pounds


ASIN B07P7Y3D6G


Item model number Home Cinema 5050UB


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 159 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #237 in Video Projectors


Date First Available April 9, 2019


Manufacturer Epson


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Features

  • 4K resolution processing : Advanced pixel shifting technology precisely controls three individual high definition LCD chips to parallel process millions of pixels. This new type of resolution Enhancement technology results in an exceptionally sharp 4K visual experience
  • Her processing : Full 10 bit HDR (3) color processing accepting 100 Percent of the HDR source information to faithfully reproduce HDR content for an exceptional visual performance; Operating Temperature: 41 ° to 95 °F (5 ° to 35 °C)
  • Digital imaging processing : Real time 12 bit analog to digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions, while helping to eliminate banding, blocking, and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance. This powerful processor faithfully reproduces the source material the way it was intended to be shown
  • Outstanding brightness : capable of displaying 4K content at an incredible 2, 600 Lumens for both color and White brightness (2). This not only provides for a wider performance envelope but allows for an exceptional HDR performance. Aspect Ratio 16:9 widescreen (4:3 resize,16:10 resize). Compatible with 4:3 with Normal, Full or Zoom Modes. White Brightness White Light Output 2600 lumens. Color Brightness Color Light Output 2600 lumens
  • Epson Ultra black technology : Epson created a proprietary Compensation filter that controls the polarization of light itself. This allows Epson to suppress any stray light within the signal, producing an outstanding dynamic contrast Ratio of 1, 000, 000: 1
  • Precision HDR adjustment : Real time HDR curve adjustment allowing for 16 steps of control to fine tune the HDR performance. Regardless of the content being displayed
  • Extreme color gamut : one of the first commercially available home theater projectors Capable of displaying the full three dimensional dci p3 (4) color space. This extreme color performance is 50 Percent wider than typical 1 chip Rec. 709 projectors and allows for a truly professional level of color accuracy

Description

The Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO UHD (1) projector delivers an amazing 4K home theater experience for the DIY enthusiast. Capable of displaying an astonishing 2, 600 lumens for both color and white brightness (2) along with proprietary processors for resolution enhancement, color, and image processing the Home Cinema 5050UB produces incredible brightness, color accuracy, and image detail to faithfully display all your favorite content the way it was meant to be seen. If your looking for an amazing 4K projection experience to power your new home theater build this could be it. Now that's Projection Perfected. 1. 4K Enhancement Technology shifts each pixel diagonally to double Full HD resolution. Resolution is full HD in 3D Mode. 2. Color Brightness measured per IDMS 15. 4. Additional colors and picture modes tested. Top selling Epson 3LCD projectors vs. comparable top selling 1 chip DLP projectors based upon NPD sales data for May 2017 April 2018. 3. HDR performance available with select devices. For more information, visit our official site. 4. Entire DCI P3 color space can be displayed in Digital Cinema Mode only. Products features and specifications are subject to change.


Product Dimensions 17.7 x 20.4 x 7.5 inches


Item Weight 24.7 pounds


ASIN B07P7Y3D6G


Item model number Home Cinema 5050UB


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 159 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #237 in Video Projectors


Date First Available April 9, 2019


Manufacturer Epson


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 4K resolution processing : Advanced pixel shifting technology precisely controls three individual high definition LCD chips to parallel process millions of pixels. This new type of resolution Enhancement technology results in an exceptionally sharp 4K visual experience
  • Her processing : Full 10 bit HDR (3) color processing accepting 100 Percent of the HDR source information to faithfully reproduce HDR content for an exceptional visual performance; Operating Temperature: 41 ° to 95 °F (5 ° to 35 °C)
  • Digital imaging processing : Real time 12 bit analog to digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions, while helping to eliminate banding, blocking, and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance. This powerful processor faithfully reproduces the source material the way it was intended to be shown
  • Outstanding brightness : capable of displaying 4K content at an incredible 2, 600 Lumens for both color and White brightness (2). This not only provides for a wider performance envelope but allows for an exceptional HDR performance. Aspect Ratio 16:9 widescreen (4:3 resize,16:10 resize). Compatible with 4:3 with Normal, Full or Zoom Modes. White Brightness White Light Output 2600 lumens. Color Brightness Color Light Output 2600 lumens
  • Epson Ultra black technology : Epson created a proprietary Compensation filter that controls the polarization of light itself. This allows Epson to suppress any stray light within the signal, producing an outstanding dynamic contrast Ratio of 1, 000, 000: 1
  • Precision HDR adjustment : Real time HDR curve adjustment allowing for 16 steps of control to fine tune the HDR performance. Regardless of the content being displayed
  • Extreme color gamut : one of the first commercially available home theater projectors Capable of displaying the full three dimensional dci p3 (4) color space. This extreme color performance is 50 Percent wider than typical 1 chip Rec. 709 projectors and allows for a truly professional level of color accuracy

Description

The Epson Home Cinema 5050UB 4K PRO UHD (1) projector delivers an amazing 4K home theater experience for the DIY enthusiast. Capable of displaying an astonishing 2, 600 lumens for both color and white brightness (2) along with proprietary processors for resolution enhancement, color, and image processing the Home Cinema 5050UB produces incredible brightness, color accuracy, and image detail to faithfully display all your favorite content the way it was meant to be seen. If your looking for an amazing 4K projection experience to power your new home theater build this could be it. Now that's Projection Perfected. 1. 4K Enhancement Technology shifts each pixel diagonally to double Full HD resolution. Resolution is full HD in 3D Mode. 2. Color Brightness measured per IDMS 15. 4. Additional colors and picture modes tested. Top selling Epson 3LCD projectors vs. comparable top selling 1 chip DLP projectors based upon NPD sales data for May 2017 April 2018. 3. HDR performance available with select devices. For more information, visit our official site. 4. Entire DCI P3 color space can be displayed in Digital Cinema Mode only. Products features and specifications are subject to change.


Product Dimensions 17.7 x 20.4 x 7.5 inches


Item Weight 24.7 pounds


ASIN B07P7Y3D6G


Item model number Home Cinema 5050UB


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 159 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #237 in Video Projectors


Date First Available April 9, 2019


Manufacturer Epson


abunda_amazon_reviews Man, I had to calm down a little so I could write this review. I actually took a personal day on Friday so I could welcome my new baby home properly and spend the weekend bonding with him (his name is Gus). This is a HUGE yet shapely, beastly projector that reminds me of the spaceship house that Vladislav built for his sidepiece Naomi Campbell, and has the same staggering and luxurious characteristics, quality and design. This is my first time experiencing an Epson on this level: I have and love several of their office products including a projector, but there is a remarkable difference in cost and WOW between one for the office and a Home Cinema unit like this one. For starters, I was shocked by how big and heavy it is but that can only be because of the utter magic that it contains within. Setting it up was pretty simple once you have your video source and receiver/sound connected and selected, and you have plenty of options with this, including two HDMIs, a USB, and PC connectivity! I'm not even going to lie and say I know what the other network ports are about, nor am I going to rhapsodize about all the technological advancements with the HDR, UHD, the LMNOPs and all that kinda crazy shyt because that's just not my area of expertise. Those guys are surely right behind me, taking their time to give you just that. What I WILL speak about is how our family was able to experience it, which, to me, is most important. Because I AM well aware that the aforementioned features are what makes this much-anticipated unit stand out, I choose three Blu-ray films to watch on a 100-inch screen to evaluate it on its ability to bring that bold color and definition: the fairly new Black Panther for its special effects and cutting-edge cinematography; The Road to Perdition for its noir moodscape; and finally the Hindi classic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge for its vibrancy. Each of these films were made decades apart, and this projector did ALL the work on its own with just a few minor adjustments to create the best display and contrast, which was easy to do with the remote with its concise function cues and also accessible on the unit itself. The 4K/HD technology really shined its brightest with stunning detail in Black Panther, and The Road to Perdition gave me goosebumps as I took in the story like it had just been released. Dilwale was simply gorgeous and a technicolor dream in the way that only Hindi films can be. Here is where the magnificence of the 3LCD truly began to crystallize for me. Again, what an experience this has been. We haven't even explored the 3D feature and specific port for it, but will do so this week as we place an order for the Epson 3D glasses and a movie just for that, Aquaman. I can't wait. And I'll be back! I feel like I want to upgrade the screen too, for you need to give this thang its PROPS. We are going to have this professionally mounted as well because my man is clumsy as hell and the only thing he knows how to mount good is ME. I would absolutely KILL him if Gus fell from the ceiling and shattered, lmao. Now let's get down to this price: is it WORTH it? I will say this: the last time we were cool enough to be spotted in public with the teenagers and took them to the movies, it WAS to see Black Panther in IMAX. Four tickets, drinks and popcorn cost $150. Yes, that's right, in Manhattan - a HUNNIT-FITTY DOLLAS!!!! And we experienced that same level of awe and pride and delight at home this weekend with this projector. While keeping a close eye on Gus, I even let the guys hook up their PS4 so they could play their 2K19, and while I am a closeted Grand Theft Auto FIEND, I really enjoyed watching them marvel at the graphics, speed and dazzling display as their whoops and hollers of joy filled our home. In just three days, everyone in the home got to enjoy one another's company, engage in boisterous discussions that each of the films inspired on just about everything, and have FUN! We are solidly middle class, whatever that means now. We would not be able to walk into a Best Buy and plunk down a mortgage payment on this, while some of you reading this review might have three stacks as spare change in your sock drawer, and it MUST be nice! LOL Yet, when I think of that ONE movie outing last year and how I couldn't possibly hope to find 19 more new releases I would want to see, my answer is to that question is a resounding YES. Because now we have the ability discover films we may have missed, go to back and re-experience the films we are the most fond of, in our homes, and with each other. Having this unit makes you appreciate why theaters have become so expensive - because of equipment like this and the technology required to even produce those films we all adore - and now you are able to create precious memories around them in your most sacred space. I am EVER so thankful and so is my family. Yours will be too.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This is NOT a drill!!!!!!!!;;NaughtiLiterati;;;I purchased the LG HU80KA a year ago to test the practicality of having a projector set up within my living room. I also own the LG OLED65C7, which I use for viewing 4k UHD content in "beautiful" mode. The HU80KA has helped me realize that I have a reasonable amount of space for projector use; also, I quite enjoy 110" screen size versus a now-measly 65 inch display. It's hard to go back from that. With that said, I decided to get the 5050UB instead of the JVC NX7 due to zero JVC dealers within my area. I would have to hand-carry a unit onto a plane and bring it with me in order to acquire one. Furthermore, the price range is significantly higher than the Epson. The idea of carrying a 50-pound package (in the box, 44lbs for the projector itself) through customs and flights, getting jostled and possibly destroyed in transit meant that I wasn't sure the risk was worth the benefit. So here I am, watching Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 with the Epson 5050UB, mouth agape, and an unwillingness to stop watching anything and everything possible, all at once, out of sheer joy from my visual experience. If you want to know more about the HU80KA, I have an extensive review. Long story short, I like its portability with 4k HDR options, but the visual output/quality really frustrated me. The Epson 5050UB far exceeds my expectations. It is, in point of fact, good enough for me to consider abandoning my OLED 65-inch TV since video quality is good enough to more than satisfy me, but with sheer size of screen... it makes my LG feel a little irrelevant. Current playback gear: I am using the Oppo UDP-203 with 'video settings' tone mapping for a 250-nit display. I also have the Marantz SR-7011 receiver. I have a 110" .95 gain high contrast grey screen. Alright, onto the review! The Good Stuff: Pretty much everything. Especially coming off of my previous year's projector purchase, the Epson manages to smash and destroy any qualms I had about what projectors are capable of. Tone mapping: Ridiculous. I have had no sense of bloom, or macroblocking. I can even punch up the "HDR" iris settings to 3 or 4, get more brightness, yet retain black levels and color reproduction without bleeding brights, or milky blacks. Black levels: Deep, dark blacks. I don't catch a hint of crush, either. Out of the box, this projector is already real close to outstanding. I think most wouldn't have to adjust video settings at all. Color reproduction: Excellent balance across the spectrum. Flesh tones are quite natural. Colors for more showy movies - such as GotG V2 - have a lot of natural saturation, yet still retain a good natural "pop" without getting too muddled. Specular highlights: Very good. The OLED still holds the crown for bright speckles and reflections. A good example is on the 4k UHD of "ALIEN" when Brett walks into the water-ridden back room looking for the cat, Jonesy. As he walks in, just before he allows water droplets to fall on his face, the water gleaming off of the metal doorframe, mixed with the rust and texture are less prominent with the Epson. However, it's not so significantly lower-class that it upsets me all that much. "Black Hawk Down" also has countless moments of specular spectacularity, and the Epson does a very good job at trying to match my OLED, but doesn't quite reach the same levels of excellentness. Detail/clarity: I don't think that just because a projector is "faux-k" (pixel shifting), that it is a deal-breaker. Epson is known for having some of the best pixel-shifting technology for projectors, and they've pushed technology a step further with the 5050UB. I will say that the HU80KA always looked too soft, and even HDR content still looked like a "good" blu-ray. That sense of softness is wiped away with the Epson. It is not quite as sharp and pristine as my OLED, but gosh if there isn't a heck of a lot of detail. When I watched the sandstorm sequence in "Mad Max: Fury Road", I couldn't believe how much easier it was to notice all the singular specs of sand that kept flying across Max's face, and how the wear and tear on vehicles - or stitching in the clothing - presented itself in ways I couldn't as easily notice on a screen half this size (let alone on the previous projector). I give detail and sharpness an 8.5/10. Movies and shows that have film grain is nicely textured and well resolved. It adds to the film-like resonance that can already be associated with having a "movie projector" in the home. Brightness: This is listed as 2600 lumens. It's important to consider that every company measures their lumen output differently. Furthermore, different viewing menu options (Natural, Cinema, Dynamic, etc...) have different levels of brightness/output. Thus, the brightest mode for most projectors will look very green in presentation, and other lamp/video settings will be as much as half the amount of brightness. Using this projector in Digital Cinema is a little darker than Bright Cinema, and Natural is the brightest to my eyes. I will say that "Natural" mode still blows me away in color and black levels. It's very bright. I stick mostly to Digital Cinema mode for 4k HDR content. Colors are slightly better, but I think for most - and for those who love brightness - Natural is still a more than viable option! Lens shift/Positioning Options: Stellar. My HU80KA had no lens shift at all, and placing it directly parallel to the bottom of my screen (31.5 inches) meant that I was losing a seat for friends when they came to visit. With the 5050UB, I now have it placed LITERALLY straight in the middle to the position of my projector screen at 62" high. What's also great is that when there is no device outputting to the projector, when you adjust lens settings (focus; shift; zoom), there is a grid displayed. This is a massive help, and I was able to perfectly center the projector, adjust pitch and yaw, while moving slightly left/right to fix keystone all within 5 minutes. What a blessing! Zoom also allows for a lot of leeway. My projector is positioned 12' 4" from my screen, and it is using roughly 15% of the zoom. I could choose to place it a little closer, or much farther behind me should I decide to do so. This, combined with the lenient lens shift options means that there is a LOT of space for positioning. Excellent latency (for gaming): I have no issues about casual gaming on this projector. The latency is tested as 23-27ms, and that's darned good for a projector. I wouldn't use it for hardcore fps gaming, but it's awesome for single-player gaming and using the Switch with friends (as an example). It is quiet: I have read about some people complaining of buzzing in high lamp mode. I do not experience this at all. Take that for what it is. I watch movies with lower volume settings most of the time, and there is ZERO "buzzing". I sit about 1-3 feet to the side of the projector (it's just above my head), and the loudest it gets is like a very quiet fan blowing at low speed. It's July/August right now, and quite hot at home. I leave a fan on "low" while I watch movies, and I don't hear the projector's fan noise at all. I just hear the fan in front of me. The Bad: HDMI connection/handshake: It takes about 11 seconds for a 4k UHD to actually display on the projector after the movie starts. This means that I miss the first 11 seconds of the opening logo of a movie (oh dear!). One could always wait for the movie to start, then press PAUSE for 10 seconds and start the movie again, if it's that important for someone. For me personally, it's a minor qualm. However, others may be frustrated by it. Size: Yes, it's a large projector. However, I don't plan on moving it around, and it sits right behind me, positioned above my head and right in the middle of the screen (again, those awesome lens shift/positioning options can be beneficial). I wouldn't even consider this a "con" for the most part. Not only do I have the HU80KA for on-the-go use now, but ALSO, I don't consider a home theater projector as needing to be compact or portable. Usually, you intend to plant it somewhere, and let it sit. It's not "real" 4k: Again, many people seem hung up on faux-k being a deal-breaker for projectors. Hand on my heart, I think this projector has amazing clarity and precision. A true 4k projector costs a lot more, and in the end it will probably be 1) less bright, 2) have comparable and/or slightly less efficient contrast levels, 3) comparable or slower latency timing, 4) and cost a heck of a lot more. I would wager a 120" screen or larger, sitting 10 feet away might make a difference in native 4k. Maybe. CONCLUSION: I am quite impressed by this projector. Video quality is not quite as good as my 65" OLED, but it is a glorious projector that shoots out a bright, crisp, beautiful color and contrast presentation with deep and gorgeous black levels. Add to that the low latency, lower price point from native 4k projectors, excellent placement options, and ease of use, I really can't elaborate on how enthused I am by the Epson 5050UB.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Holy spiccoli! Nice, NICE projector!;;KcMsterpce;;;I have no reason to go into great detail about the picture quality. It is amazing. However, I am very disappointed in the wireless performance. Since my Denon receiver doesn't support the latest HDMI standards I am forced to use the wireless transmitter to get 4k performance. Unfortunately, the wireless connection takes over a minute to connect and is very unstable, i.e. it constantly disconnects and could take minutes to get back and the only way to do it is to switch inputs to force it to try and reconnect. It is very frustrating. To sum up. The picture quality on all sources using wireless (when it works) is outstanding and 5 star all the way. Wireless connectivity, which i paid $300 extra to get, is dismal, 1 star - not because the picture isn't great, but because it is unstable and frustrating to deal with. Worse - The transmitter is located only 10 feet away from the projector.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Picture Quality. Awful wireless performance on ube model.;;ajb

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By NaughtiLiterati - Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2019
This is NOT a drill!!!!!!!!
Man, I had to calm down a little so I could write this review. I actually took a personal day on Friday so I could welcome my new baby home properly and spend the weekend bonding with him (his name is Gus). This is a HUGE yet shapely, beastly projector that reminds me of the spaceship house that Vladislav built for his sidepiece Naomi Campbell, and has the same staggering and luxurious characteristics, quality and design. This is my first time experiencing an Epson on this level: I have and love several of their office products including a projector, but there is a remarkable difference in cost and WOW between one for the office and a Home Cinema unit like this one. For starters, I was shocked by how big and heavy it is but that can only be because of the utter magic that it contains within. Setting it up was pretty simple once you have your video source and receiver/sound connected and selected, and you have plenty of options with this, including two HDMIs, a USB, and PC connectivity! I'm not even going to lie and say I know what the other network ports are about, nor am I going to rhapsodize about all the technological advancements with the HDR, UHD, the LMNOPs and all that kinda crazy shyt because that's just not my area of expertise. Those guys are surely right behind me, taking their time to give you just that. What I WILL speak about is how our family was able to experience it, which, to me, is most important. Because I AM well aware that the aforementioned features are what makes this much-anticipated unit stand out, I choose three Blu-ray films to watch on a 100-inch screen to evaluate it on its ability to bring that bold color and definition: the fairly new Black Panther for its special effects and cutting-edge cinematography; The Road to Perdition for its noir moodscape; and finally the Hindi classic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge for its vibrancy. Each of these films were made decades apart, and this projector did ALL the work on its own with just a few minor adjustments to create the best display and contrast, which was easy to do with the remote with its concise function cues and also accessible on the unit itself. The 4K/HD technology really shined its brightest with stunning detail in Black Panther, and The Road to Perdition gave me goosebumps as I took in the story like it had just been released. Dilwale was simply gorgeous and a technicolor dream in the way that only Hindi films can be. Here is where the magnificence of the 3LCD truly began to crystallize for me. Again, what an experience this has been. We haven't even explored the 3D feature and specific port for it, but will do so this week as we place an order for the Epson 3D glasses and a movie just for that, Aquaman. I can't wait. And I'll be back! I feel like I want to upgrade the screen too, for you need to give this thang its PROPS. We are going to have this professionally mounted as well because my man is clumsy as hell and the only thing he knows how to mount good is ME. I would absolutely KILL him if Gus fell from the ceiling and shattered, lmao. Now let's get down to this price: is it WORTH it? I will say this: the last time we were cool enough to be spotted in public with the teenagers and took them to the movies, it WAS to see Black Panther in IMAX. Four tickets, drinks and popcorn cost $150. Yes, that's right, in Manhattan - a HUNNIT-FITTY DOLLAS!!!! And we experienced that same level of awe and pride and delight at home this weekend with this projector. While keeping a close eye on Gus, I even let the guys hook up their PS4 so they could play their 2K19, and while I am a closeted Grand Theft Auto FIEND, I really enjoyed watching them marvel at the graphics, speed and dazzling display as their whoops and hollers of joy filled our home. In just three days, everyone in the home got to enjoy one another's company, engage in boisterous discussions that each of the films inspired on just about everything, and have FUN! We are solidly middle class, whatever that means now. We would not be able to walk into a Best Buy and plunk down a mortgage payment on this, while some of you reading this review might have three stacks as spare change in your sock drawer, and it MUST be nice! LOL Yet, when I think of that ONE movie outing last year and how I couldn't possibly hope to find 19 more new releases I would want to see, my answer is to that question is a resounding YES. Because now we have the ability discover films we may have missed, go to back and re-experience the films we are the most fond of, in our homes, and with each other. Having this unit makes you appreciate why theaters have become so expensive - because of equipment like this and the technology required to even produce those films we all adore - and now you are able to create precious memories around them in your most sacred space. I am EVER so thankful and so is my family. Yours will be too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By KcMsterpce - Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2019
Holy spiccoli! Nice, NICE projector!
I purchased the LG HU80KA a year ago to test the practicality of having a projector set up within my living room. I also own the LG OLED65C7, which I use for viewing 4k UHD content in "beautiful" mode. The HU80KA has helped me realize that I have a reasonable amount of space for projector use; also, I quite enjoy 110" screen size versus a now-measly 65 inch display. It's hard to go back from that. With that said, I decided to get the 5050UB instead of the JVC NX7 due to zero JVC dealers within my area. I would have to hand-carry a unit onto a plane and bring it with me in order to acquire one. Furthermore, the price range is significantly higher than the Epson. The idea of carrying a 50-pound package (in the box, 44lbs for the projector itself) through customs and flights, getting jostled and possibly destroyed in transit meant that I wasn't sure the risk was worth the benefit. So here I am, watching Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 with the Epson 5050UB, mouth agape, and an unwillingness to stop watching anything and everything possible, all at once, out of sheer joy from my visual experience. If you want to know more about the HU80KA, I have an extensive review. Long story short, I like its portability with 4k HDR options, but the visual output/quality really frustrated me. The Epson 5050UB far exceeds my expectations. It is, in point of fact, good enough for me to consider abandoning my OLED 65-inch TV since video quality is good enough to more than satisfy me, but with sheer size of screen... it makes my LG feel a little irrelevant. Current playback gear: I am using the Oppo UDP-203 with 'video settings' tone mapping for a 250-nit display. I also have the Marantz SR-7011 receiver. I have a 110" .95 gain high contrast grey screen. Alright, onto the review! The Good Stuff: Pretty much everything. Especially coming off of my previous year's projector purchase, the Epson manages to smash and destroy any qualms I had about what projectors are capable of. Tone mapping: Ridiculous. I have had no sense of bloom, or macroblocking. I can even punch up the "HDR" iris settings to 3 or 4, get more brightness, yet retain black levels and color reproduction without bleeding brights, or milky blacks. Black levels: Deep, dark blacks. I don't catch a hint of crush, either. Out of the box, this projector is already real close to outstanding. I think most wouldn't have to adjust video settings at all. Color reproduction: Excellent balance across the spectrum. Flesh tones are quite natural. Colors for more showy movies - such as GotG V2 - have a lot of natural saturation, yet still retain a good natural "pop" without getting too muddled. Specular highlights: Very good. The OLED still holds the crown for bright speckles and reflections. A good example is on the 4k UHD of "ALIEN" when Brett walks into the water-ridden back room looking for the cat, Jonesy. As he walks in, just before he allows water droplets to fall on his face, the water gleaming off of the metal doorframe, mixed with the rust and texture are less prominent with the Epson. However, it's not so significantly lower-class that it upsets me all that much. "Black Hawk Down" also has countless moments of specular spectacularity, and the Epson does a very good job at trying to match my OLED, but doesn't quite reach the same levels of excellentness. Detail/clarity: I don't think that just because a projector is "faux-k" (pixel shifting), that it is a deal-breaker. Epson is known for having some of the best pixel-shifting technology for projectors, and they've pushed technology a step further with the 5050UB. I will say that the HU80KA always looked too soft, and even HDR content still looked like a "good" blu-ray. That sense of softness is wiped away with the Epson. It is not quite as sharp and pristine as my OLED, but gosh if there isn't a heck of a lot of detail. When I watched the sandstorm sequence in "Mad Max: Fury Road", I couldn't believe how much easier it was to notice all the singular specs of sand that kept flying across Max's face, and how the wear and tear on vehicles - or stitching in the clothing - presented itself in ways I couldn't as easily notice on a screen half this size (let alone on the previous projector). I give detail and sharpness an 8.5/10. Movies and shows that have film grain is nicely textured and well resolved. It adds to the film-like resonance that can already be associated with having a "movie projector" in the home. Brightness: This is listed as 2600 lumens. It's important to consider that every company measures their lumen output differently. Furthermore, different viewing menu options (Natural, Cinema, Dynamic, etc...) have different levels of brightness/output. Thus, the brightest mode for most projectors will look very green in presentation, and other lamp/video settings will be as much as half the amount of brightness. Using this projector in Digital Cinema is a little darker than Bright Cinema, and Natural is the brightest to my eyes. I will say that "Natural" mode still blows me away in color and black levels. It's very bright. I stick mostly to Digital Cinema mode for 4k HDR content. Colors are slightly better, but I think for most - and for those who love brightness - Natural is still a more than viable option! Lens shift/Positioning Options: Stellar. My HU80KA had no lens shift at all, and placing it directly parallel to the bottom of my screen (31.5 inches) meant that I was losing a seat for friends when they came to visit. With the 5050UB, I now have it placed LITERALLY straight in the middle to the position of my projector screen at 62" high. What's also great is that when there is no device outputting to the projector, when you adjust lens settings (focus; shift; zoom), there is a grid displayed. This is a massive help, and I was able to perfectly center the projector, adjust pitch and yaw, while moving slightly left/right to fix keystone all within 5 minutes. What a blessing! Zoom also allows for a lot of leeway. My projector is positioned 12' 4" from my screen, and it is using roughly 15% of the zoom. I could choose to place it a little closer, or much farther behind me should I decide to do so. This, combined with the lenient lens shift options means that there is a LOT of space for positioning. Excellent latency (for gaming): I have no issues about casual gaming on this projector. The latency is tested as 23-27ms, and that's darned good for a projector. I wouldn't use it for hardcore fps gaming, but it's awesome for single-player gaming and using the Switch with friends (as an example). It is quiet: I have read about some people complaining of buzzing in high lamp mode. I do not experience this at all. Take that for what it is. I watch movies with lower volume settings most of the time, and there is ZERO "buzzing". I sit about 1-3 feet to the side of the projector (it's just above my head), and the loudest it gets is like a very quiet fan blowing at low speed. It's July/August right now, and quite hot at home. I leave a fan on "low" while I watch movies, and I don't hear the projector's fan noise at all. I just hear the fan in front of me. The Bad: HDMI connection/handshake: It takes about 11 seconds for a 4k UHD to actually display on the projector after the movie starts. This means that I miss the first 11 seconds of the opening logo of a movie (oh dear!). One could always wait for the movie to start, then press PAUSE for 10 seconds and start the movie again, if it's that important for someone. For me personally, it's a minor qualm. However, others may be frustrated by it. Size: Yes, it's a large projector. However, I don't plan on moving it around, and it sits right behind me, positioned above my head and right in the middle of the screen (again, those awesome lens shift/positioning options can be beneficial). I wouldn't even consider this a "con" for the most part. Not only do I have the HU80KA for on-the-go use now, but ALSO, I don't consider a home theater projector as needing to be compact or portable. Usually, you intend to plant it somewhere, and let it sit. It's not "real" 4k: Again, many people seem hung up on faux-k being a deal-breaker for projectors. Hand on my heart, I think this projector has amazing clarity and precision. A true 4k projector costs a lot more, and in the end it will probably be 1) less bright, 2) have comparable and/or slightly less efficient contrast levels, 3) comparable or slower latency timing, 4) and cost a heck of a lot more. I would wager a 120" screen or larger, sitting 10 feet away might make a difference in native 4k. Maybe. CONCLUSION: I am quite impressed by this projector. Video quality is not quite as good as my 65" OLED, but it is a glorious projector that shoots out a bright, crisp, beautiful color and contrast presentation with deep and gorgeous black levels. Add to that the low latency, lower price point from native 4k projectors, excellent placement options, and ease of use, I really can't elaborate on how enthused I am by the Epson 5050UB.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By ajb - Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2019
Great Picture Quality. Awful wireless performance on ube model.
I have no reason to go into great detail about the picture quality. It is amazing. However, I am very disappointed in the wireless performance. Since my Denon receiver doesn't support the latest HDMI standards I am forced to use the wireless transmitter to get 4k performance. Unfortunately, the wireless connection takes over a minute to connect and is very unstable, i.e. it constantly disconnects and could take minutes to get back and the only way to do it is to switch inputs to force it to try and reconnect. It is very frustrating. To sum up. The picture quality on all sources using wireless (when it works) is outstanding and 5 star all the way. Wireless connectivity, which i paid $300 extra to get, is dismal, 1 star - not because the picture isn't great, but because it is unstable and frustrating to deal with. Worse - The transmitter is located only 10 feet away from the projector.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By NaughtiLiterati - Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2019
This is NOT a drill!!!!!!!!
Man, I had to calm down a little so I could write this review. I actually took a personal day on Friday so I could welcome my new baby home properly and spend the weekend bonding with him (his name is Gus). This is a HUGE yet shapely, beastly projector that reminds me of the spaceship house that Vladislav built for his sidepiece Naomi Campbell, and has the same staggering and luxurious characteristics, quality and design. This is my first time experiencing an Epson on this level: I have and love several of their office products including a projector, but there is a remarkable difference in cost and WOW between one for the office and a Home Cinema unit like this one. For starters, I was shocked by how big and heavy it is but that can only be because of the utter magic that it contains within. Setting it up was pretty simple once you have your video source and receiver/sound connected and selected, and you have plenty of options with this, including two HDMIs, a USB, and PC connectivity! I'm not even going to lie and say I know what the other network ports are about, nor am I going to rhapsodize about all the technological advancements with the HDR, UHD, the LMNOPs and all that kinda crazy shyt because that's just not my area of expertise. Those guys are surely right behind me, taking their time to give you just that. What I WILL speak about is how our family was able to experience it, which, to me, is most important. Because I AM well aware that the aforementioned features are what makes this much-anticipated unit stand out, I choose three Blu-ray films to watch on a 100-inch screen to evaluate it on its ability to bring that bold color and definition: the fairly new Black Panther for its special effects and cutting-edge cinematography; The Road to Perdition for its noir moodscape; and finally the Hindi classic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge for its vibrancy. Each of these films were made decades apart, and this projector did ALL the work on its own with just a few minor adjustments to create the best display and contrast, which was easy to do with the remote with its concise function cues and also accessible on the unit itself. The 4K/HD technology really shined its brightest with stunning detail in Black Panther, and The Road to Perdition gave me goosebumps as I took in the story like it had just been released. Dilwale was simply gorgeous and a technicolor dream in the way that only Hindi films can be. Here is where the magnificence of the 3LCD truly began to crystallize for me. Again, what an experience this has been. We haven't even explored the 3D feature and specific port for it, but will do so this week as we place an order for the Epson 3D glasses and a movie just for that, Aquaman. I can't wait. And I'll be back! I feel like I want to upgrade the screen too, for you need to give this thang its PROPS. We are going to have this professionally mounted as well because my man is clumsy as hell and the only thing he knows how to mount good is ME. I would absolutely KILL him if Gus fell from the ceiling and shattered, lmao. Now let's get down to this price: is it WORTH it? I will say this: the last time we were cool enough to be spotted in public with the teenagers and took them to the movies, it WAS to see Black Panther in IMAX. Four tickets, drinks and popcorn cost $150. Yes, that's right, in Manhattan - a HUNNIT-FITTY DOLLAS!!!! And we experienced that same level of awe and pride and delight at home this weekend with this projector. While keeping a close eye on Gus, I even let the guys hook up their PS4 so they could play their 2K19, and while I am a closeted Grand Theft Auto FIEND, I really enjoyed watching them marvel at the graphics, speed and dazzling display as their whoops and hollers of joy filled our home. In just three days, everyone in the home got to enjoy one another's company, engage in boisterous discussions that each of the films inspired on just about everything, and have FUN! We are solidly middle class, whatever that means now. We would not be able to walk into a Best Buy and plunk down a mortgage payment on this, while some of you reading this review might have three stacks as spare change in your sock drawer, and it MUST be nice! LOL Yet, when I think of that ONE movie outing last year and how I couldn't possibly hope to find 19 more new releases I would want to see, my answer is to that question is a resounding YES. Because now we have the ability discover films we may have missed, go to back and re-experience the films we are the most fond of, in our homes, and with each other. Having this unit makes you appreciate why theaters have become so expensive - because of equipment like this and the technology required to even produce those films we all adore - and now you are able to create precious memories around them in your most sacred space. I am EVER so thankful and so is my family. Yours will be too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By KcMsterpce - Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2019
Holy spiccoli! Nice, NICE projector!
I purchased the LG HU80KA a year ago to test the practicality of having a projector set up within my living room. I also own the LG OLED65C7, which I use for viewing 4k UHD content in "beautiful" mode. The HU80KA has helped me realize that I have a reasonable amount of space for projector use; also, I quite enjoy 110" screen size versus a now-measly 65 inch display. It's hard to go back from that. With that said, I decided to get the 5050UB instead of the JVC NX7 due to zero JVC dealers within my area. I would have to hand-carry a unit onto a plane and bring it with me in order to acquire one. Furthermore, the price range is significantly higher than the Epson. The idea of carrying a 50-pound package (in the box, 44lbs for the projector itself) through customs and flights, getting jostled and possibly destroyed in transit meant that I wasn't sure the risk was worth the benefit. So here I am, watching Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 with the Epson 5050UB, mouth agape, and an unwillingness to stop watching anything and everything possible, all at once, out of sheer joy from my visual experience. If you want to know more about the HU80KA, I have an extensive review. Long story short, I like its portability with 4k HDR options, but the visual output/quality really frustrated me. The Epson 5050UB far exceeds my expectations. It is, in point of fact, good enough for me to consider abandoning my OLED 65-inch TV since video quality is good enough to more than satisfy me, but with sheer size of screen... it makes my LG feel a little irrelevant. Current playback gear: I am using the Oppo UDP-203 with 'video settings' tone mapping for a 250-nit display. I also have the Marantz SR-7011 receiver. I have a 110" .95 gain high contrast grey screen. Alright, onto the review! The Good Stuff: Pretty much everything. Especially coming off of my previous year's projector purchase, the Epson manages to smash and destroy any qualms I had about what projectors are capable of. Tone mapping: Ridiculous. I have had no sense of bloom, or macroblocking. I can even punch up the "HDR" iris settings to 3 or 4, get more brightness, yet retain black levels and color reproduction without bleeding brights, or milky blacks. Black levels: Deep, dark blacks. I don't catch a hint of crush, either. Out of the box, this projector is already real close to outstanding. I think most wouldn't have to adjust video settings at all. Color reproduction: Excellent balance across the spectrum. Flesh tones are quite natural. Colors for more showy movies - such as GotG V2 - have a lot of natural saturation, yet still retain a good natural "pop" without getting too muddled. Specular highlights: Very good. The OLED still holds the crown for bright speckles and reflections. A good example is on the 4k UHD of "ALIEN" when Brett walks into the water-ridden back room looking for the cat, Jonesy. As he walks in, just before he allows water droplets to fall on his face, the water gleaming off of the metal doorframe, mixed with the rust and texture are less prominent with the Epson. However, it's not so significantly lower-class that it upsets me all that much. "Black Hawk Down" also has countless moments of specular spectacularity, and the Epson does a very good job at trying to match my OLED, but doesn't quite reach the same levels of excellentness. Detail/clarity: I don't think that just because a projector is "faux-k" (pixel shifting), that it is a deal-breaker. Epson is known for having some of the best pixel-shifting technology for projectors, and they've pushed technology a step further with the 5050UB. I will say that the HU80KA always looked too soft, and even HDR content still looked like a "good" blu-ray. That sense of softness is wiped away with the Epson. It is not quite as sharp and pristine as my OLED, but gosh if there isn't a heck of a lot of detail. When I watched the sandstorm sequence in "Mad Max: Fury Road", I couldn't believe how much easier it was to notice all the singular specs of sand that kept flying across Max's face, and how the wear and tear on vehicles - or stitching in the clothing - presented itself in ways I couldn't as easily notice on a screen half this size (let alone on the previous projector). I give detail and sharpness an 8.5/10. Movies and shows that have film grain is nicely textured and well resolved. It adds to the film-like resonance that can already be associated with having a "movie projector" in the home. Brightness: This is listed as 2600 lumens. It's important to consider that every company measures their lumen output differently. Furthermore, different viewing menu options (Natural, Cinema, Dynamic, etc...) have different levels of brightness/output. Thus, the brightest mode for most projectors will look very green in presentation, and other lamp/video settings will be as much as half the amount of brightness. Using this projector in Digital Cinema is a little darker than Bright Cinema, and Natural is the brightest to my eyes. I will say that "Natural" mode still blows me away in color and black levels. It's very bright. I stick mostly to Digital Cinema mode for 4k HDR content. Colors are slightly better, but I think for most - and for those who love brightness - Natural is still a more than viable option! Lens shift/Positioning Options: Stellar. My HU80KA had no lens shift at all, and placing it directly parallel to the bottom of my screen (31.5 inches) meant that I was losing a seat for friends when they came to visit. With the 5050UB, I now have it placed LITERALLY straight in the middle to the position of my projector screen at 62" high. What's also great is that when there is no device outputting to the projector, when you adjust lens settings (focus; shift; zoom), there is a grid displayed. This is a massive help, and I was able to perfectly center the projector, adjust pitch and yaw, while moving slightly left/right to fix keystone all within 5 minutes. What a blessing! Zoom also allows for a lot of leeway. My projector is positioned 12' 4" from my screen, and it is using roughly 15% of the zoom. I could choose to place it a little closer, or much farther behind me should I decide to do so. This, combined with the lenient lens shift options means that there is a LOT of space for positioning. Excellent latency (for gaming): I have no issues about casual gaming on this projector. The latency is tested as 23-27ms, and that's darned good for a projector. I wouldn't use it for hardcore fps gaming, but it's awesome for single-player gaming and using the Switch with friends (as an example). It is quiet: I have read about some people complaining of buzzing in high lamp mode. I do not experience this at all. Take that for what it is. I watch movies with lower volume settings most of the time, and there is ZERO "buzzing". I sit about 1-3 feet to the side of the projector (it's just above my head), and the loudest it gets is like a very quiet fan blowing at low speed. It's July/August right now, and quite hot at home. I leave a fan on "low" while I watch movies, and I don't hear the projector's fan noise at all. I just hear the fan in front of me. The Bad: HDMI connection/handshake: It takes about 11 seconds for a 4k UHD to actually display on the projector after the movie starts. This means that I miss the first 11 seconds of the opening logo of a movie (oh dear!). One could always wait for the movie to start, then press PAUSE for 10 seconds and start the movie again, if it's that important for someone. For me personally, it's a minor qualm. However, others may be frustrated by it. Size: Yes, it's a large projector. However, I don't plan on moving it around, and it sits right behind me, positioned above my head and right in the middle of the screen (again, those awesome lens shift/positioning options can be beneficial). I wouldn't even consider this a "con" for the most part. Not only do I have the HU80KA for on-the-go use now, but ALSO, I don't consider a home theater projector as needing to be compact or portable. Usually, you intend to plant it somewhere, and let it sit. It's not "real" 4k: Again, many people seem hung up on faux-k being a deal-breaker for projectors. Hand on my heart, I think this projector has amazing clarity and precision. A true 4k projector costs a lot more, and in the end it will probably be 1) less bright, 2) have comparable and/or slightly less efficient contrast levels, 3) comparable or slower latency timing, 4) and cost a heck of a lot more. I would wager a 120" screen or larger, sitting 10 feet away might make a difference in native 4k. Maybe. CONCLUSION: I am quite impressed by this projector. Video quality is not quite as good as my 65" OLED, but it is a glorious projector that shoots out a bright, crisp, beautiful color and contrast presentation with deep and gorgeous black levels. Add to that the low latency, lower price point from native 4k projectors, excellent placement options, and ease of use, I really can't elaborate on how enthused I am by the Epson 5050UB.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By ajb - Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2019
Great Picture Quality. Awful wireless performance on ube model.
I have no reason to go into great detail about the picture quality. It is amazing. However, I am very disappointed in the wireless performance. Since my Denon receiver doesn't support the latest HDMI standards I am forced to use the wireless transmitter to get 4k performance. Unfortunately, the wireless connection takes over a minute to connect and is very unstable, i.e. it constantly disconnects and could take minutes to get back and the only way to do it is to switch inputs to force it to try and reconnect. It is very frustrating. To sum up. The picture quality on all sources using wireless (when it works) is outstanding and 5 star all the way. Wireless connectivity, which i paid $300 extra to get, is dismal, 1 star - not because the picture isn't great, but because it is unstable and frustrating to deal with. Worse - The transmitter is located only 10 feet away from the projector.