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post #1 of 3 Old 12-18-2012, 10:17 AM - Thread Starter
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This is my review for the epson home cinema 3020 projecter..this is my first projector so im still new to all of this but i figured i would add a review anyway.

First off all i can say is" wow" way better than i expected i was a bit worried because it wasnt a dlp but that was gone as soon as i seen the picture..i have it set on a 16:9 screen diy out of white pvc blackout material 150 inch screen that cost 35 bucks. Right out of the box i hooked it up to my 3d blu ray and put on finding nemo ..holy cow amazing 3d quality is flawless colours and picture are amazing and regardless of the size i choose i have 0 distorition or colour loss at all on anything and if the projecter moves at all it corrects itself automatically. The picture also is flawless with full light or daylight if u switch it to daylight mode overall i am more than extremely impressed and happy with this and i dont think i will ever buy another t.v again..any questions in this thread i will answer cuz im sure i havnt come close to a actual full review i just felt like starting this becsuse of how happy iam with this..
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I read a review saying the offset for this projector is very high--the bottom of the projected image is 8-12 inches higher than the height of the lens. But the online manual for the 3020 says the offest is only 1-2 inches. What is your experience?
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How does it do this- " if the projecter moves at all it corrects itself automatically"?
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