Originally Posted by 3DBob
The Epson does offer built in image enhancement and with the higher contrast, it might look better in 3D. I never liked the Epsons because they are notorious for crosstalk with high brightness. I haven't seen the 2150, though. Using a 100" screen, yes, the uhd51a should be sufficiently bright enough.
Yeah I did a shoot-out with the epson 2045, benq 1070 and 3050 a few years back and hated the crosstalk. I always had dlp for 3d projectors. I have a 3050 now and it seems the uhd51a should be a bit brighter in 3d mode at least. I assume that all things are equal 3d-wise between the 51 and the 51a besides brightness. I doubt they added some magic 3d-sauce between releasing the two models...
BenQ HT3050 (Previously BenQ W1070, Epson 8350, Mits HD1000u)
Elite 100" Spectrum Electric 16:9 Screen
SVS SBS-01/PB12-NSD 5.1.2 system