Epson Home Cinema 2100 and Home Cinema 2150 Projectors 1080p Under $1000

The Epson Home Cinema 2100 and Epson Home Cinema 2150 are 2,500 lumen, 3LCD projectors replacing Epson’s two best home theater projectors under $1,000 – the Home Cinema 2040 and Home Cinema 2045. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on our social media accounts for updates on all things projector!

These two new Epsons are virtually the same projector in all but three ways: wireless capabilities, contrast, and price. In this video, we dive into the projectors’ specs and what makes them a good choice for those shopping for a projector under $1,000. Both are incredibly bright and have excellent color, with lots of special features that are sure to put one of them on your short list.

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Comments

krishna chandra says:

planning to buy JBL3.1 sound bar and connect it to epson 2150 projector without wires, can i connect a bluetooth transmitter in 3.5 mm jack of projector and connect to sound bar via bluetooth and will there be any lag in audio while watching movies. Distance between projector and bar is approx 15 feet. Please advise of anyother options.

windvale says:

Hey Art – how about 3:2 pulldown ? If I’m watching a Netflix movie (24p) am I going to see annoying judder in the cadence ? Thanks, Steve

Martin Borrego says:

On the fence on this one but you have convinced me good sir. gave a like and subscribed, thank you for your help.

Kyle Lagace says:

Would you suggest the Epson hc2100 or the Benq HT2050 for a dark basement with no windows and 100% control over lighting. Mainly used for movies and gaming.

sahil shaffiq says:

hey, hope you are in good health. Any idea what the u.k equivalents of the 2100 and the 2150 are? Thanks

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