Comparison between the Epson Home Cinema 8350, the Panasonic PT AE8000U and the Epson Home Cinema 5030UB

Epson Home Cinema

To start with, all three of these projectors provide excellent quality and are popular among thousands of buyers worldwide. Also, each projector suits a different consumer. The comparison made here is purely based on the specifications and the price value of the product. The list seeks to aid those who do not know yet which kind of projector would benefit them the most.

The Epson Home Cinema 8350

The Home Cinema 8350 by Epson is priced extremely competitively, as it has top-class specifications for much less than the other two. However, this is the most basic of the three projectors mentioned. It has a good resolution of 1920x1080 HD.

The general brightness is also fair, at 2000 lumens. Of all the spec differences in the products, the contrast ratio is perhaps the most dispersed.

The 50,000:1 ratio is far less than the counterparts. However, you cannot expect to have an extremely high quality lens at a low price. The lens does have a manual focus and zoom.

The 2.1x zoom is relatively high for the projector’s capacity. It is one of the most practical projectors in the market. If you use your projector sparingly, it is advisable to purchase the Home Cinema 8350 as it gives you great quality and output for about $1,000 lower than high-end projectors.

The Panasonic PT AE8000U

Panasonic has always come out with some of the best hardware devices for home use. The PT AE8000U is no different. This projector too has an HD 1920x1080 resolution, ensuring the best viewership among most projectors. The light output is 2,400 lumens, enough to view various details on screen clearly.

The contrast ration is definitely much higher than the 8350, but that comes at a fair price. The ratio is 500,000:1; ten times better than the Home Cinema projector.

The Epson Home Cinema 5030 UB

This model is perhaps the neatest in terms of design. However, it is not very aggressively priced. $2,600 for a projector can be quite a hefty amount. The specifications are brilliant, though, and this should make up for the large price tag.

You could try the design at any projector or computer rentals and see the 2,400 lumens output and the 600,000: 1 contrast ratio of the well-designed system. The device also includes 3-D glasses.

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Monday, March 10, 2014