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Epson 5030 5020 5025 owners thread

The 'official' owners thread was started and continues in the over $3K forum. Official Epson EH-TW 9200 5030UB Owners' Thread

As these models currently sell in the $2k range I thought it would be good to re-start an owners thread here in the under $3k forum. Perhaps the older thread should/could be moved here? Admins. ??

I am a new owner and am loving this machine.
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has there been any talk of a 2016 5030ub model coming out to replace their 2013 unit?
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No. The new Epson projectors were announced at CEDIA 2015 in October, they were all "pro cinema" models which are very bright with low contrast ratios, no new powelite model.
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Hi guys,

I am thinking about picking up 5030 refurbished since the price is very attractive now. What screen are you guys using for this projector? I plan on using a 120 inch screen if that helps. My room will be 80% light controlled (there are two windows with blinds) and the walls and ceiling are beige. Thanks for your help.
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Hi guys,

I am thinking about picking up 5030 refurbished since the price is very attractive now. What screen are you guys using for this projector? I plan on using a 120 inch screen if that helps. My room will be 80% light controlled (there are two windows with blinds) and the walls and ceiling are beige. Thanks for your help.
I just had a 5025ub delivered yesterday. As far as screen I went middle of the road and decided because of the reviews and the fact that they have excellent reviews and customer service/satisfaction to go with a 120" Silver Ticket screen. All of my equipment is sitting on my bar downstairs outside the theater room just waiting to be assembled and installed. Hopefully I should have it done Friday night or Saturday morning before the playoff games.

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I use a 109", I dont' have a dedicated room and this was the larges possible screen I could squeeze into my living room. You won't have a problem with 120"

If you haven't seen it there is a "official thread" which is up to 183 pages here

Official Epson EH-TW 9200 5030UB Owners' Thread
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I just had a 5025ub delivered yesterday. As far as screen I went middle of the road and decided because of the reviews and the fact that they have excellent reviews and customer service/satisfaction to go with a 120" Silver Ticket screen. All of my equipment is sitting on my bar downstairs outside the theater room just waiting to be assembled and installed. Hopefully I should have it done Friday night or Saturday morning before the playoff games.
Kyzer,

So how do you like your setup...I am also looking at the 5025UB for my dedicated Home Theater room. I have one window on the side which will have dark out blinds. And I haven't found a screen yet, but have looked at the SilverTicket, I will also go with a 120" Acoustic Transparent one. My throw will probably be 15'-0". Let me know what you think of your set up, appreciate it.
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I just had a 5025ub delivered yesterday. As far as screen I went middle of the road and decided because of the reviews and the fact that they have excellent reviews and customer service/satisfaction to go with a 120" Silver Ticket screen. All of my equipment is sitting on my bar downstairs outside the theater room just waiting to be assembled and installed. Hopefully I should have it done Friday night or Saturday morning before the playoff games.
Kyzer,

So how do you like your setup...I am also looking at the 5025UB for my dedicated Home Theater room. I have one window on the side which will have dark out blinds. And I haven't found a screen yet, but have looked at the SilverTicket, I will also go with a 120" Acoustic Transparent one. My throw will probably be 15'-0". Let me know what you think of your set up, appreciate it.
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Kyzer,

So how do you like your setup...I am also looking at the 5025UB for my dedicated Home Theater room. I have one window on the side which will have dark out blinds. And I haven't found a screen yet, but have looked at the SilverTicket, I will also go with a 120" Acoustic Transparent one. My throw will probably be 15'-0". Let me know what you think of your set up, appreciate it.
I couldn't be happier. I'm so happy that I decided to go with the Epson. Picture quality is amazing. I posted a few pictures in the New Epson 5025 thread that don't do anywhere near the justice it deserves. Hopefully I can get some better pictures with a camera this weekend. In the one picture from PRONOUNCED LEH-NERD SKIN-NERD & SECOND HELPING LIVE you can see that my lights are on at about 40%. Again with the iphone it just doesn't come thru well. But with what you are describing it should be wonderful in your space.

One other word of thought. The Silver Ticket screen I got went together so easily I was very surprised. From opening the box to having it on the wall took my wife and I about 45 minutes and we were in no hurry.
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Hi guys,
I recently purchased Epson 5025 UB and I love it. This projector has two symmetrical vents on the front but I noticed that only one of them is getting hot. Is there anything wrong? Please help.
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I recently purchased Epson 5025 UB and I love it. This projector has two symmetrical vents on the front but I noticed that only one of them is getting hot. Is there anything wrong? Please help.
If like mine - cold air in one side - hot out the other, so yours would be normal :-)

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correct. One is intake and the other is exhaust.

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Yes one of them also has dust filter that you can (will need to) replace.
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t got the home theatre all set up. I was upgrading all the firmware on all the electronics and all I could find for the Epson 5030 firmware upgrade was for V111. I checked my version and I am running V112 already. Visual Apex must have done some updating, what I want to know though is V112 the most recent firmware version? I keep looking around and all I keep seeing to find is the enhancement upgrade V111.


Anyone have a different firmware version? Higher than V112? If so where do I get it?
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Anyone have a mount reccomendation for a 5030ub?
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In case anyone is wondering about Epson (5025) free lamp:
Purchase: Jan 30
Mailed rebate form: Feb 13
Received a confirmation from Epson (email): March 3
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Do you guys recommend opening this extra lamp or keeping it sealed?
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I picked up a 5020ub refurb for $1000 that arrived last week. The hidden menus show that it has ~500hr total and had only 1 lamp prior. Coming from a 3010, I'm noticing a few defects that bug me and not sure if my expectations were just too high. Haven't called epson yet, have seen notes in forum that they'll let you swap until you get a refurb you like, except they have no other 5020s so they may just offer a refund in that case...

Defect 1: When image is very dark (or if I hit "blank" button), there's an area near upper right that is getting a reflection from somewhere inside the projector. See attached image 1 (caveat on white balance/focus/etc with camera, but I took several pictures and picked one that showed it as close as possible to what I see, although shows it a little bluer and brighter than I actually see it). The lit up area covers mostly part of the rectangular screen area but also extends outside of the rectangle.

Defect 2: Convergence is off pretty far, 2-3 pixels horizontal and/or vertical and different amounts on each corner, limiting benefit of the alignment correction function. However, worse than the "convergence" is that the right side of the image the pixels seem to be reflecting wrong inside the projector and results in a ghost vertically taking up space of ~3 pixels with the test patterns. Video definitely appears less sharp on the right half of the screen . See image 2. Is there a technical term for this other than "convergence"? It shows up for all 3 LCDs individually and is not a product of not aligning them to each other.

Defect 3: Much more nuanced, an all white or light-colored screen (AVS forum background, for example) appears slightly off on the right ~5th of screen, but not enough to show up in pictures. So I could live with this.

Possibly normal or a defect?: There's a column of 3 green pixels always on the right side of the projected image and 1 pixel column of green pixels on the left side.

Any suggestions or comments, especially of experiences with #1 or #2 would be great!
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I was trying to wait things out a little but the blue reflection in dark scenes really was irritating, finally called in today. I only mentioned primarily the blue reflection. Walked through the odd troubleshooting step of "reset all" in settings, and they said it was "hardware issue". I'm guessing most likely is just dust on the LCD?

Said they'd overnight another projector but they don't have it in stock, so they will monitor and I should get an email in 5-7 days (if it's in stock or with options).
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I recently purchased Epson 5025 UB and I love it. This projector has two symmetrical vents on the front but I noticed that only one of them is getting hot. Is there anything wrong? Please help.
Does the 5025 let you use 2 HDMI sources for the Picture in Picture feature?
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I just had a 5025ub delivered yesterday. As far as screen I went middle of the road and decided because of the reviews and the fact that they have excellent reviews and customer service/satisfaction to go with a 120" Silver Ticket screen. All of my equipment is sitting on my bar downstairs outside the theater room just waiting to be assembled and installed. Hopefully I should have it done Friday night or Saturday morning before the playoff games.
How do you like the 5025 and Silver Ticket? I am also thinking of buying the 5025 and I ordered a Silver Ticket 110" matte white screen.

I bought the 3500 from Best Buy last weekend when it went on sale, but am thinking I should return it and upgrade to the 5025.
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How do you like the 5025 and Silver Ticket? I am also thinking of buying the 5025 and I ordered a Silver Ticket 110" matte white screen.

I bought the 3500 from Best Buy last weekend when it went on sale, but am thinking I should return it and upgrade to the 5025.
FYI, the 5025UB was recently discontinued and not many places still have them in stock. A quick check shows both the 5025UB and 5030UB selling for the same price -- $1,999. But, some places are offering a free lamp with the 5030UB, which is like getting a $250 discount. And of course the 5030UB also comes with 3D glasses. So if you decide to buy one be sure to shop wisely.
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FYI, the 5025UB was recently discontinued and not many places still have them in stock. A quick check shows both the 5025UB and 5030UB selling for the same price -- $1,999. But, some places are offering a free lamp with the 5030UB, which is like getting a $250 discount. And of course the 5030UB also comes with 3D glasses. So if you decide to buy one be sure to shop wisely.
Thanks! I dont watch 3D movies so the glasses arent a big deal. I know its getting harder to find the 5025 so if I cant find it, Ill get the 5030. m The free lamp is nice, but if I can get the 5025, that might be the better option for me.

Have you heard of any other differences from owners? I have a 11 ft throw to a 110" screen so it should be plenty bright with a white 1.1 gain screen.
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... The free lamp is nice, but if I can get the 5025, that might be the better option for me. ...
You'll have to explain to me how for the same $1,999 price the same basic projector without the free lamp is better than the same basic projector with the free lamp because my economics professor taught me differently.
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You'll have to explain to me how for the same $1,999 price the same basic projector without the free lamp is better than the same basic projector with the free lamp because my economics professor taught me differently.
Your math is right, but I think I can find the 5025 cheaper than the 5030. Admittedly, it would need to be $250 cheaper to account for the 3D glasses and the replacement bulb.
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Your math is right, but I think I can find the 5025 cheaper than the 5030. Admittedly, it would need to be $250 cheaper to account for the 3D glasses and the replacement bulb.
Just bought the 5025 refurb at the Epson store for $1599, I cant wait for it to arrive!
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Hey guys. I have had a 5020 for about 2 years. Don't have many hours on it. I use an Oppo BDP 103 and Marantz 7702. I have been using a 60 foot Redmere cable with no issues.

Watching a blu ray the other night, it started to drop out the signal, on and off. I have isolated it to the Epson or the cable. Put on a new cable, same issue. It drops out about 10 times in a 2 hour move. I have switched inputs, outputs, tried another TV. It is cable or PJ.

Epson tech support says;

Based on the steps you've already taken to try and isolate and resolve the issue, unfortunately the issue you are describing points towards a possible hardware malfunction with the projector's main circuit board, and the unit will may be in need of repair or replacement.

Thoughts? Thanks again guys.

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Si I finally got the 5025 mounted - I love it! I also bought a Silver Ticket 110" 1.1 gain white mate screen. The throw is 11 ft so its plenty bright during the day. Instead of going wireless, I ran two 40ft Redmere HDMI cables down the wall and then above the baseboards. It doesn't look perfect, but its hardly noticeable after painting to match the walls.

I haven't tried the PIP feature yet, but the picture quality is amazing! I went to see the new Star Trek movie over the weekend and I like my setup just as good! I prefer a brighter picture and in the theater, there were some really dark scenes that didn't look good. Can't wait to have the extended family over for movie night!!
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Si I finally got the 5025 mounted - I love it! I also bought a Silver Ticket 110" 1.1 gain white mate screen. The throw is 11 ft so its plenty bright during the day. Instead of going wireless, I ran two 40ft Redmere HDMI cables down the wall and then above the baseboards. It doesn't look perfect, but its hardly noticeable after painting to match the walls.

I haven't tried the PIP feature yet, but the picture quality is amazing! I went to see the new Star Trek movie over the weekend and I like my setup just as good! I prefer a brighter picture and in the theater, there were some really dark scenes that didn't look good. Can't wait to have the extended family over for movie night!!
Hi,

Nice setup you got there. Can I ask what are your room dimensions? Also is your throw exactly 11 feet from lens to screen? Also how high off the floor is your screen mounted? And how far back do you sit from the screen?

I am thinking to have a 110" screen as well my room dimensions are: 13' X 11'. Screen will be on the 11' wall.

Since that you are mounting your PJ pretty close to the screen, do you notice any issues? I know that optimal is to mount it mid throw range for zoom, but my room size won't allow for that for the screen size I want.

Thanks,
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