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I did - this jacks the price way more than I want to spend.
The 5030 doesn't project in 2.35:1. Some movies may be that way, but the projection is 16:9.

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The 5030 doesn't project in 2.35:1. Some movies may be that way, but the projection is 16:9.
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Most projectors display in 16:9, not 2.35:1. However, with the zoom and lens shift feature, I don't see why it should be a problem with this screen.
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The 5030 doesn't have modes for an anamorphic lens like the 6030, if you use a lens you need the 6030 or a video processor for the 5030. You can manually zoom and adjust the lens shift with the 5030, it is a bit of a pain but can be done or left in that position if most viewing is 2.35:1.


If you are doing 2.35 and use an anamorphic lens the curved screen is the way to go, if you use the zoom method a flat screen is fine. I prefer using an anamorphic lens and curved screen whenever possible but it is more expensive.
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The 5030 doesn't have modes for an anamorphic lens like the 6030, if you use a lens you need the 6030...
I didn't know that. I have the 9200 and thought that it is identical to the 5030.
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I think you missed his point. Movies like Guardian's of the Galaxy in 3D, The Dark Knight and the Dark Knight Rises have changing aspect ratios WITHIN the film. One minute it's 2.35:1, the next it's 16 x 9. An anamorphic lens won't help.


The only way to even remotely deal with it is to watch the entire film in 2.35:1, and let the image spill above and below your screen when the aspect ratio changes, assuming you have light absorbing material surrounding your screen. Of course, you'll be chopping off portions of the image when the aspect ratio changes, and you'd have no control over how the chopped image is framed. Otherwise, you'll just have to watch it in 16x9 overall.
Or roll your own by making a copy of the BD and cropping it. That's what I've done for all of those f'ed up movies with this "feature". And Interstellar is absolutely horrible for this. It swtiches back and forth constantly in the space scenes. Generally shots of the interior of the ships are 2.35, exterior shots are 16x9. So it's back and forth back and forth relentlessly. Total fail IMO.
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Hello everybody, I'm new here. I'm from Brazil.
I have read this forum for years and have learned a lot from you.

I had the Epson 3020, but my question is about the Epson 5030.

Read something here about being visible pixel grid.
I ask, is something that is not visible on the Epson 3020? It would be much more visible in the Epson 5030? I confess that this situation never bothered me in the Epson 3020.

Another issue is about a possible new model. Should I wait? Would anyone have any information on the launch of the new model?

Thank you for your attention.
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Hello everybody, I'm new here. I'm from Brazil.
I have read this forum for years and have learned a lot from you.

I had the Epson 3020, but my question is about the Epson 5030.

Read something here about being visible pixel grid.
I ask, is something that is not visible on the Epson 3020? It would be much more visible in the Epson 5030? I confess that this situation never bothered me in the Epson 3020.

Another issue is about a possible new model. Should I wait? Would anyone have any information on the launch of the new model?

Thank you for your attention.

This "problem" is very much overblown. If it doesn't bother you on the 3020 it won't be a "problem" on the 5030 either. I have the 3010 (virtually the same as 3020) and the 5030. I have to get right up near the screen and purposely look for the so-called "screen door effect" to see it. It's certainly not a problem for me. Hope this helps.
I can't help as to a new model.


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I can't see it oh my 9200 and have seen it on other protectors

It's a non issue in my eyes
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Hello everybody, I'm new here. I'm from Brazil.
I have read this forum for years and have learned a lot from you.

I had the Epson 3020, but my question is about the Epson 5030.

Read something here about being visible pixel grid.
I ask, is something that is not visible on the Epson 3020? It would be much more visible in the Epson 5030? I confess that this situation never bothered me in the Epson 3020.

Another issue is about a possible new model. Should I wait? Would anyone have any information on the launch of the new model?

Thank you for your attention.
No visible pixel grid if sitting at a reasonable distance. If you are projecting on a 110" screen (projector at 11') and sitting five feet from the screen, you're gonna see pixelation. I sit at 13 feet and see nothing but smooth picture.
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Folks,
I notice a slight smell from the vent where the lamp is at. Its kinda like the smell of hot air from a heater vent.
Is that expected?
I do have a sensitive nose and the projector is not that far up from where I sit. And it does get a tad irritating at times.
Can 5030 owners stick their nose close to the lamp side vent to confirm there is some kind of heater-like smell
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Folks,
I notice a slight smell from the vent where the lamp is at. Its kinda like the smell of hot air from a heater vent.
Is that expected?
I do have a sensitive nose and the projector is not that far up from where I sit. And it does get a tad irritating at times.
Can 5030 owners stick their nose close to the lamp side vent to confirm there is some kind of heater-like smell
Hot air exhaust is normal. You have a 230W bulb heating the air inside the projector. My first questions to you would be how many hours do you have on your projector, on the lamp, and it the projector overhead?

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Hot air exhaust is normal. You have a 230W bulb heating the air inside the projector. My first questions to you would be how many hours do you have on your projector, on the lamp, and it the projector overhead?
I have 150 hours and the projector is overhead
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Thank you for the comments. I am evaluating whether to buy the Epson 5030 or Epson 3500 at the time or else wait for the new model.

The fact is that all the reviews and videos I saw made me have a great desire to own an Epson 5030. It seems to have a great picture, but never have seen live.
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Thank you for the comments. I am evaluating whether to buy the Epson 5030 or Epson 3500 at the time or else wait for the new model.

The fact is that all the reviews and videos I saw made me have a great desire to own an Epson 5030. It seems to have a great picture, but never have seen live.
This projector is the best bang for the buck. Especially with the new super resolution firmware upgrade, this projector is just amazing
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This projector is the best bang for the buck. Especially with the new super resolution firmware upgrade, this projector is just amazing
Not only that, but if you have a light controlled room, it costs a lot less than a good quality 80 or 90 inch LCD...

If you don't plan on going with a screen larger than 90" I wouldn't recommend a projector. I'd say 100 - 120" is the sweet spot with a 12 - 15' throw distance.
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Just sit back more than a few feet and do not stick your nose in the projector vents. You'll have a great picture and no bad odors!


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Question on A/V Sync

Hey all. So, we just finished a basement remodel and were unable to run HDMI or 5.1 wires in the theater area. It is possible but complicated and $$$ due to limited options. So, I bought an Epson 5030 UBe figuring the wireless would be a good option. Without thinking it through I then bought a Definitive Technology Studio W sound bar system as I figured again it would be a good compromise being unable to do 5.1. Here's what I forgot to ask: Is there a significant AV sync picture delay on the UBe? I don't think the W studio has a audio delay feature (I have scoured the internet and cannot see that it does). I have not opened the W studio yet because if I send it back unopened I only lose shipping. But, if I open it then I have a restocking fee that will be several hundred dollars.

I still have my yamaha rx-673 and klipsch speakers. I guess I should probably hook that up and see if I have a delay and go from there? Anyone have any suggestions on my fail situation? Any experience with a UBe and the wireless feature?
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Hey all. So, we just finished a basement remodel and were unable to run HDMI or 5.1 wires in the theater area. It is possible but complicated and $$$ due to limited options. So, I bought an Epson 5030 UBe figuring the wireless would be a good option. Without thinking it through I then bought a Definitive Technology Studio W sound bar system as I figured again it would be a good compromise being unable to do 5.1. Here's what I forgot to ask: Is there a significant AV sync picture delay on the UBe? I don't think the W studio has a audio delay feature (I have scoured the internet and cannot see that it does). I have not opened the W studio yet because if I send it back unopened I only lose shipping. But, if I open it then I have a restocking fee that will be several hundred dollars.

I still have my yamaha rx-673 and klipsch speakers. I guess I should probably hook that up and see if I have a delay and go from there? Anyone have any suggestions on my fail situation? Any experience with a UBe and the wireless feature?
Lots of audio delay devices available. Just shop around.

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Lots of audio delay devices available. Just shop around.
Hey Mike, I have looked online and I do not find devices that will accept HDMI input from multiple devices and output HDMI (found tons for stereo using RCA cables). Maybe I lack the terminology to search for this product or maybe I do not understand what I'm looking for. If you could link a product you think might work or a brand that makes something like this I'd really appreciate it. I'm not nearly as knowledgeable as many on here and I probably am looking for the wrong thing.

I have the following input devices: PS3, XBOX, Wii, X1 Xfinity, Apple TV.
I need it to output audio and video to HDMI or to split audio to toslink and video to HDMI. It looks like either of those configurations I can make work.

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Hey Mike, I have looked online and I do not find devices that will accept HDMI input from multiple devices and output HDMI (found tons for stereo using RCA cables). Maybe I lack the terminology to search for this product or maybe I do not understand what I'm looking for. If you could link a product you think might work or a brand that makes something like this I'd really appreciate it. I'm not nearly as knowledgeable as many on here and I probably am looking for the wrong thing.

I have the following input devices: PS3, XBOX, Wii, X1 Xfinity, Apple TV.
I need it to output audio and video to HDMI or to split audio to toslink and video to HDMI. It looks like either of those configurations I can make work.

Nich
The wireless system on the 5030 does not add much delay, but you could easily test using your old AVR. Also the sound bar does not have enough HDMI inputs for all of your sources. With all of those sources, I would connect the sources to your AVR and then output HDMI wirelessly to the projector and output the audio to the sound bar. You would need an HDMI splitter.

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Did a test run tonight from the Apple TV tonight through the old av unit and no lip sync issues. Let's hope all the components work so well. Thanks for the help!!
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The 5030 doesn't have modes for an anamorphic lens like the 6030, if you use a lens you need the 6030 or a video processor for the 5030. You can manually zoom and adjust the lens shift with the 5030, it is a bit of a pain but can be done or left in that position if most viewing is 2.35:1.


If you are doing 2.35 and use an anamorphic lens the curved screen is the way to go, if you use the zoom method a flat screen is fine. I prefer using an anamorphic lens and curved screen whenever possible but it is more expensive.
I actually have a 6030 and intend to buy an anamorphic lens at some point. However, my screen is 2.35:1, so for the time being I zoom out when watching 2.40 and 2.35 movies. I love the wide screen being filled for Cinemascope. For 2.20, 2.0, 1.85, 1.79 and 1.33 films, I use lightweight home-made black velvet side-masking panels. I like to create the cinema experience as accurately as possible. A bit pedantic, but that's me!
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I'm practically a deal closed with an Epson 5030. One last question concerns the new projectors Epson 3500 and 3600. I could see that they greatly improve the quality of color and image sharpness. This all watched through photos, videos and reports on the Internet.

My question: Still worth the price difference from 3500 to 5030? Someone who has the 5030, has seen the Epson 3500 with your own eyes?

The investment is high, so the question. Here in Brazil the cost is much higher for these products, usually reaching twice the value in US dollars of the price of the Amazon, for example. So it is usual to have more questions than usual ...
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I have been a happy owner of the 5030 for a few months now

I have a issue I've noticed and I hope I don't have a major problem

I haven't really watched all that dark of movies but I have watched both the co hourlong and knowing and in certain scenes if a person moves on the screen it's like the outline around the person is distorted with what I call a halo blur.

It only lasts a second but noticed it in several spots in both movies
It's not always in fast motion scenes . It's just a little blurred fuzzy outline. Or if someone's face moves against a dark background it's like they leave a smudge of their face behind

It's weird

Does anyone know what I'm talking about

My settings are in cinema mode and I use the iris and I have super resolution on 4. As well as frame interpolation on high
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I have been a happy owner of the 5030 for a few months now

I have a issue I've noticed and I hope I don't have a major problem

I haven't really watched all that dark of movies but I have watched both the co hourlong and knowing and in certain scenes if a person moves on the screen it's like the outline around the person is distorted with what I call a halo blur.

It only lasts a second but noticed it in several spots in both movies
It's not always in fast motion scenes . It's just a little blurred fuzzy outline. Or if someone's face moves against a dark background it's like they leave a smudge of their face behind

It's weird

Does anyone know what I'm talking about

My settings are in cinema mode and I use the iris and I have super resolution on 4. As well as frame interpolation on high
I would recommend putting super resolution at 2 and seeing if that helps. I also much prefer the FI on low for movies, don't think it's causing what you are describing, but I think the motion looks better. I'll only put it on high sometimes for sports.
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I'll give that a try
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Frame Interpolation is the cause.
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I find Frame Interpolation on Low works really well. Anything higher looks artificial and "soap-opera"-ish.
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Thanks guys. It's good now. I got it on low. I like the settin on high in certain movies. For example the Star Wars hips don't blur as bad ect. I can settle in the middle tho lol
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Thanks guys. It's good now. I got it on low. I like the settin on high in certain movies. For example the Star Wars hips don't blur as bad ect. I can settle in the middle tho lol

Yeah, I hate it when hips blur
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