Epson EB-W05 WXGA 3300 Lumens Projector - White £284.99 @ Amazon
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Epson EB-W05 WXGA 3300 Lumens Projector - White £284.99 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Apr
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EB-W05, WXGA, 3,300 lumens, 3LCD Portable Projector. Do you love the big-screen experience, but also need a projector that will deliver striking presentations? This WXGA projector with 3,300 lumens of brightness and 3LCD technology has the tools for the job.

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VGA cable, Main unit, Power cable, Quick Start Guide, Remote control incl. batteries, User manual (CD), Warranty card
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I've been keeping an eye out for a good Epson projector price drop and got an alert for this one, ordered . Thanks so much for posting, will add heat.
Does anyone have any views on this? I'm not familiar with projector tech, but fancied getting one for films, world cup etc.
Might be using it in smallish rooms, currently don't have a screen.
All help appreciated
Good Deal, picture shows lens shift to aid placement as well
bigreddog6 h, 8 m ago

Does anyone have any views on this? I'm not familiar with projector tech, …Does anyone have any views on this? I'm not familiar with projector tech, but fancied getting one for films, world cup etc. Might be using it in smallish rooms, currently don't have a screen.All help appreciated


Projectors are dimmer than TVs generally so be careful with that. The bigger the image the dimmer it'll be. How small is smallish? For instance I've got a 4.5m throw giving me about 130" diagonal image size. If you've only got 2m you'll get a much smaller image and might be better off with a TV or a short-throw projector that doesn't need as much distance from the surface.
CampGareth13 m ago

Projectors are dimmer than TVs generally so be careful with that. The …Projectors are dimmer than TVs generally so be careful with that. The bigger the image the dimmer it'll be. How small is smallish? For instance I've got a 4.5m throw giving me about 130" diagonal image size. If you've only got 2m you'll get a much smaller image and might be better off with a TV or a short-throw projector that doesn't need as much distance from the surface.


I'd say just over 2m. Can I return Amazon electrical goods after use? It sounds like I'll only know what it's like after trying it out at least once.
Thank you for the update - I didn't actually know about distance/dimmage. I thought it might be the opposite!
I have one for this price very good projector plus it has 10.000 hours lamp life which is excellent alwAys check lamp life
Second watching movies with projector is nice
bigreddog3 h, 41 m ago

I'd say just over 2m. Can I return Amazon electrical goods after use? It …I'd say just over 2m. Can I return Amazon electrical goods after use? It sounds like I'll only know what it's like after trying it out at least once. Thank you for the update - I didn't actually know about distance/dimmage. I thought it might be the opposite!


I think you'd be alright. It is indeed correct that you won't get a massive image projected given the distance. At the same time, you will be sitting really close so visually it works out the same as a bigger image but viewing from further away.

That being said, you should really consider TV instead of projector for 2 meters.
Edited by: "kaizhu79" 23rd Apr
bigreddog14 h, 28 m ago

I'd say just over 2m. Can I return Amazon electrical goods after use? It …I'd say just over 2m. Can I return Amazon electrical goods after use? It sounds like I'll only know what it's like after trying it out at least once. Thank you for the update - I didn't actually know about distance/dimmage. I thought it might be the opposite!


For 2 metres you'd probably want a short throw or ultra short throw projector but they're more expensive. As for returns, I'm not sure how a projector would play out as the bulb is considered a consumable so if you turn it on it won't be in original condition. I'd do some research on that first before trying it out.

Another option would be to try out the super cheap things coming out of China. £50 for an LED based 800x480 projector. They're not going to be bright or high resolution but as something to test projectors as a technology out with they're pretty good.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 24th Apr
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