Epson EBS41 SVGA 3300lm Projector £199.99 at Ryman
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Epson EBS41 SVGA 3300lm Projector £199.99 at Ryman

£199.99£299.9933%Ryman Deals
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Posted 8th AugEdited by a moderator:
A good deal for a good make of projector, worth checking out.
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Extra details, like lamp life, cost of replacement lamps (if necessary) would help.
Was curious about the resolution, so here it is: SVGA, 800 x 600, 4:3

Very average deal imo
For those wondering, given the resolution (800x600) this projector's main usage would be in the office/classroom, rather than as a home theatre.
I've a Viewsonic M1 480p projector that's great for watching films at 100" and that only 250lm... This will be fine for a cheap home cinema projector..
TheAngryMob08/08/2019 19:33

Extra details, like lamp life, cost of replacement lamps (if necessary) …Extra details, like lamp life, cost of replacement lamps (if necessary) would help.


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yix133708/08/2019 19:44

Was curious about the resolution, so here it is: SVGA, 800 x 600, 4:3Very …Was curious about the resolution, so here it is: SVGA, 800 x 600, 4:3Very average deal imo


It's s £277 on amazon currently . You got a better deal than this then? Show us.
Patr10008/08/2019 21:12

It's s £277 on amazon currently . You got a better deal than this then? …It's s £277 on amazon currently . You got a better deal than this then? Show us.


Not for this specific model, but if we go by specs then there's plenty of projectors in a similar price range with better native resolutions of 720p and even some 1080p.

Could link a few, but you can find a lot on Amazon by searching '720p native projector' or similar. Just make sure you check reviews for comments about native res, brightness and fan noise, as they're generally a bit hit and miss (some great, some not-so-great).

Or for brand names models, you're best bet is the second hand market, and honestly for this resolution and aspect ratio - I really don't think this would sell for that much.

I suspect this information may be deliberately excluded from the website tbh - I spot this happening pretty often on similar projector deals.
At that pathetic res you're probably better picking up an ex office one on ebay. I've bought multiple over the years for about £30-50. Some had about 300 hours usage. Yet to have one die, but even when it does, just another cheap replacement from ebay instead of a new bulb. Had one a bit dim with a slight green blob in the picture and they refunded me and told me to keep it.

If you're looking for a decent home cinema one I got one of the Epson 1080p ones for my basement but that cost around £400. Also the dim ones suck. Watching on a huge screen in a dark room dim is still dim, That 480p Viewsonic one must look rubbish at such a huge size in only 480p and 250 lumens. But if you don't care about quality or being able to see details and just want a big picture then I guess it's ok. Still better with a cheap office refurb though.
Edited by: "Arkz" 8th Aug
Arkz08/08/2019 21:25

At that pathetic res you're probably better picking up an ex office one on …At that pathetic res you're probably better picking up an ex office one on ebay. I've bought multiple over the years for about £30-50. Some had about 300 hours usage. Yet to have one die, but even when it does, just another cheap replacement from ebay instead of a new bulb. Had one a bit dim with a slight green blob in the picture and they refunded me and told me to keep it.If you're looking for a decent home cinema one I got one of the Epson 1080p ones for my basement but that cost around £400. Also the dim ones suck. Watching on a huge screen in a dark room dim is still dim, That 480p Viewsonic one must look rubbish at such a huge size in only 480p and 250 lumens. But if you don't care about quality or being able to see details and just want a big picture then I guess it's ok. Still better with a cheap office refurb though.


I also have a Viewsonic X10 4k projector and believe me the 480p one is not bad at all for the Movies/TV i project onto the bedroom wall.
Arkz08/08/2019 21:25

At that pathetic res you're probably better picking up an ex office one on …At that pathetic res you're probably better picking up an ex office one on ebay. I've bought multiple over the years for about £30-50. Some had about 300 hours usage. Yet to have one die, but even when it does, just another cheap replacement from ebay instead of a new bulb. Had one a bit dim with a slight green blob in the picture and they refunded me and told me to keep it.If you're looking for a decent home cinema one I got one of the Epson 1080p ones for my basement but that cost around £400. Also the dim ones suck. Watching on a huge screen in a dark room dim is still dim, That 480p Viewsonic one must look rubbish at such a huge size in only 480p and 250 lumens. But if you don't care about quality or being able to see details and just want a big picture then I guess it's ok. Still better with a cheap office refurb though.


Any links?
I was thinking of getting this one for home. Any sugeestions?
lumsdot09/08/2019 07:53

https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/comment/38234060/16184494


Seems to review well and most basic 720p projectors usually start around £90-120 so £70 is pretty decent.
Blurigard09/08/2019 10:26

Seems to review well and most basic 720p projectors usually start around …Seems to review well and most basic 720p projectors usually start around £90-120 so £70 is pretty decent.


i think i have the exact same model but mine has a Crenova logo, i paid about 100 a few years ago, for the money its great value,
works best for well lit films, tv programmes etc , its main problem is low contrast but even more expensive lcd projectors suffers from poor contrast.
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