Epson EH-TW5200 Full HD 1080p 3LCD 3D Projector - Cheapest Ever £599.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Epson EH-TW5200 1080p Full HD 3D Projector

Whether you're looking to upgrade your home entertainment system, or want to experience your video games on a much larger, brighter display, the EH-TW5200 is ideal for you. This Full HD 3D projector offers bright, vivid colours, high definition 2D and 3D projections without picture lag and a long-lasting lamp -- all in a slim, lightweight design.

At a Glance
2,000 lumen White and Colour Light Output
3LCD Full HD technology
MHL connectivity
2D and 3D projections
Switch to 'fast mode' for gaming
200w lamp with up to 6,000 hours durability in economy mode
Vertical and horizontal Keystone Correction
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Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)
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MisterQ
Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)


Can you not just get them from Asda or Poundstretcher ?


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Edited By: dontasciime on Jul 02, 2014 14:07
#3
MisterQ
Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)

Is that not the same with any projector?
#4
MisterQ
Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)

And....whats your suggestion...?
#5
MisterQ
Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)


Thats only a movie a day for a whole year... Or for the employed its 2 a week for maybe 4 years..
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powerbrick
MisterQ
Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)

Is that not the same with any projector?

Possibly but as I do not know the price of the bulbs for every projector on the market I cannot confirm this. However there may be a few people who, when made aware of the cost of replacement bulbs, may have second thoughts about purchasing a projector. 8)
#7
qalih
MisterQ
Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)

And....whats your suggestion...?

I don't have a suggestion, however there may be a few people who, when made aware of the cost of replacement bulbs, may have second thoughts about purchasing a projector. 8)
#8
MisterQ
If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb.

Where did you get this information from? I have never heard this about HD before and it doesn't seem to make any logical sense... I think 3D increases the brightness (not sure why) which would reduce the bulb's lifespan.

PoTayto
MisterQ
Bare in mind that when you have to replace the bulb it is going to cost you between £85 - £95. If you are going to use it in HD or 3D modes you will not get 6,000 hours per bulb. 8)

Thats only a movie a day for a whole year... Or for the employed its 2 a week for maybe 4 years..

I think your calculator is broken...

6,000 hours is 4,000 movies (assuming an average of 90 minutes a movie) which would be a movie a day for 11 years... or 2 movies per week for 38.5 years... or 250 days non-stop usage.

And in reference to the cost of bulbs, it pales in comparison to buying a comparable big screen TV :)

Edited By: sdutton007 on Jul 04, 2014 17:44
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I found epson tw5200 bulbs are the cheapest when compare with optoma hd25 or benqw1040.

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