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Do the 5040 refurbs from Epson carry a 2 year warranty as well? On their clearance page the 2 year warranty is clearly mentioned under some models, but not 5040.

I am on the fence for pulling the trigger but a bit scared of all the headaches I could potentially end up with after reading a few dozen pages of this thread.



It would be great if those who bought the refurbs could chine in with their experience thus far.
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Epson's warranty support has been world class.



My current unit, my 3rd 6040, is a refurb. It has been flawless. The first two units were new. Both succumbed to the power supply problem. So from my experience, it's refurb all the way.


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My 5040 refurb has been perfect for about 60 hours now. Nothing better for the money and comfort it’s under warranty.
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My 5040 refurb has been perfect for about 60 hours now. Nothing better for the money and comfort it’s under warranty.
How long is the warranty for?
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i called epson yesterday regarding my overheating refurb. they are sending out another refurb next day air that will be here today. I hope to have better luck with this one.
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I hope mine will last. I've had mine for almost a month now with no issues.
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How long is the warranty for?

2 years
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2 years

Thanks! I spoke with Epson before seeing your response and they said the same thing.
Ordered a refurb - now lets see how it turns out to be....


They have qty of 212 available at the time of writing this - wonder where all these refurbs are coming from..

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They have qty of 212 available at the time of writing this - wonder where all these refurbs are coming from..

Straight off the incoming loading dock, reboxed, and straight to inventory is my guess.
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just got my second refurb from Epson yesterday first one was only two weeks old and starting overheating. Epson did ship replacement out next day air and so far so good. Fingers Crossed.
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Straight off the incoming loading dock, reboxed, and straight to inventory is my guess.
at some point it will cost them more in shipping to keep replacing these then it would be to make sure they send a good one out i would think.
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at some point it will cost them more in shipping to keep replacing these then it would be to make sure they send a good one out i would think.

They have all that ink cartridge money, though. That stuff costs more per gm than platinum cocaine.
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I'm in the midst of considering upgrading my screen. A few folks suggested that I consider going to a 2.35 screen since this projector has lens memory and they talk about Constant Image Height and all that jazz. So while I think I understand that, help me out and tell me if I'm right.

1. I put the 2.35 screen up and it's wider than my current 16:9.
2. I set one lens memory position to make it so that stuff that is typically letterboxed (say a big action movie like Infinity War) is now zoomed out further and fills in the actual/wider 2.35 screen.
2a. What happens to the letterboxing? Are the black bars now just projecting on the walls?
3. I want to watch regular 16:9 HDTV material, say Netflix' Jessica Jones. Now it goes to another lens memory setting (by me pressing a button, I presume) that zooms the previous picture in so that the height of the 16:9 image fills the screen.
3a. But what about the sides of the image? Is the screen material now just visible on the sides - ie. white side bars as opposed to black top and bottom letterbox bars?

Please tell me what I have right or wrong in this scenario. How easy/complicated is it to set these up, save them, and then access them? I use a Harmony Hub remote and would prefer to not have to drag out the Epson remote if I have to change settings.
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I'm in the midst of considering upgrading my screen. A few folks suggested that I consider going to a 2.35 screen since this projector has lens memory and they talk about Constant Image Height and all that jazz. So while I think I understand that, help me out and tell me if I'm right.

1. I put the 2.35 screen up and it's wider than my current 16:9.
2. I set one lens memory position to make it so that stuff that is typically letterboxed (say a big action movie like Infinity War) is now zoomed out further and fills in the actual/wider 2.35 screen.
2a. What happens to the letterboxing? Are the black bars now just projecting on the walls?
3. I want to watch regular 16:9 HDTV material, say Netflix' Jessica Jones. Now it goes to another lens memory setting (by me pressing a button, I presume) that zooms the previous picture in so that the height of the 16:9 image fills the screen.
3a. But what about the sides of the image? Is the screen material now just visible on the sides - ie. white side bars as opposed to black top and bottom letterbox bars?

Please tell me what I have right or wrong in this scenario. How easy/complicated is it to set these up, save them, and then access them? I use a Harmony Hub remote and would prefer to not have to drag out the Epson remote if I have to change settings.

  1. Yes
  2. Yes. When you watch 2.35:1 content, there will be gray (black) bars projected above an below the image. Depending upon the darkness of your walls, these are noticeable. You can fix this by installing additional masking (black velvet) above and below the screen.
  3. Yes. When you watch 16:9 content the sides of the image will not reach the edges of the screen. You will see white space there. You can also fix this with masking, but it will need to be removable for when you watch widescreen content.
I use the exact same CIH setup, but do not have any masking. It is very easy to set up the PJ. I also have the Harmony remote, and you can assign a lens setting to each activity. You can also adjust the lens setting on the remote specifically (one button press). The gray bars top and bottom are slightly noticeable, but not objectionable to me. The white space on the sides during 16:9 content is slightly more annoying. But it is all worth it for the widescreen experience. If the WAF was not an issue, I would install masking top and bottom, and use some type of curtains for the sides. But that would never fly in my house, unless I had a dedicated basement-type theater room.
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  1. Yes
  2. Yes. When you watch 2.35:1 content, there will be gray (black) bars projected above an below the image. Depending upon the darkness of your walls, these are noticeable. You can fix this by installing additional masking (black velvet) above and below the screen.
  3. Yes. When you watch 16:9 content the sides of the image will not reach the edges of the screen. You will see white space there. You can also fix this with masking, but it will need to be removable for when you watch widescreen content.
I use the exact same CIH setup, but do not have any masking. It is very easy to set up the PJ. I also have the Harmony remote, and you can assign a lens setting to each activity. You can also adjust the lens setting on the remote specifically (one button press). The gray bars top and bottom are slightly noticeable, but not objectionable to me. The white space on the sides during 16:9 content is slightly more annoying. But it is all worth it for the widescreen experience. If the WAF was not an issue, I would install masking top and bottom, and use some type of curtains for the sides. But that would never fly in my house, unless I had a dedicated basement-type theater room.
Thank you for the helpful feedback! Not sure if she'll go for it.
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I am thinking of building two side panels on wooden frame for my 120” 16:9 screen. Wondering if something like that already exists...
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We're loving our refurbed 5040 since 3 weeks and 25 hours of watching. Amazing PQ with stock settings in our semi-light controlled room. Youtube HD is the most impressive, but sometimes the image "stutters" which is annoying.
She does put out some heat in high power consumption mode, but Medium or Eco (usually in "bright cinema mode") is fine for most situations since we mainly watch at night.
Hoping to get 5+ years out of her (fingers crossed that the free spare bulb is on the way) until true 4k is available ~$1500.

Using this mount, plus 2' extension: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

and this 110" screen, which has been up since moving into the house 6 years ago with cheap and cheerful Optoma HS131Xe
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I am thinking of building two side panels on wooden frame for my 120” 16:9 screen. Wondering if something like that already exists...
I have a Seymour 9ft wide Scope screen.They have provided side panels that attach magnetically to bring down the aspect ratios to 16:9 and 4:3.
Works very well and looks good.
Why don't you check it out!
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I have a Seymour 9ft wide Scope screen.They have provided side panels that attach magnetically to bring down the aspect ratios to 16:9 and 4:3.
Works very well and looks good.
Why don't you check it out!
Thanks! I will check those out.
At the moment I have a 16:9 fixed frame screen that I am very happy with. I was thinking to create two additional (framed canvas) panels that I could attach (hang) on the sides to get wider aspect ratio when required.



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Are there discrete IR codes for calling up saved user settings? I'm not a fan of the HDR at 24/30 and honestly I'm not wowed at the HDR over SDR that I've settled on staying in SDR. However, when watching back UHD content in SDR from my media library I'm having a hard time finding a player or HTPC software that can handle the HDR -> SDR tone mapping correctly while also bitstreaming audio. AppleTV handles the tone map fine, but can't handle the audio. Other players handle the audio but can't handle the tone mapping.

If I get something like the Nvidia Sheild that is dedicated at HDR 24Hz, I'd like to be able to automate the activity so that when I "use Nvidia Sheild" that it can turn on my 5040UB and load the correct user settings/mode for HDR. Then when I'm using say my AppleTV or PS4 I can automate the Epson handling back to a SDR saved setting.

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Hey all! I'm looking to purchase a refurb of the of the 5040 and have been trying to see how the 3D performs on these. Struggling to find anything solid in reviews and there are over 500 pgs to go through here. Can someone please let me know if the 3D is solid?

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We're loving our refurbed 5040 since 3 weeks and 25 hours of watching. Amazing PQ with stock settings in our semi-light controlled room. Youtube HD is the most impressive, but sometimes the image "stutters" which is annoying.

She does put out some heat in high power consumption mode, but Medium or Eco (usually in "bright cinema mode") is fine for most situations since we mainly watch at night.

Hoping to get 5+ years out of her (fingers crossed that the free spare bulb is on the way) until true 4k is available ~$1500.



Using this mount, plus 2' extension: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1



and this 110" screen, which has been up since moving into the house 6 years ago with cheap and cheerful Optoma HS131Xe

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
How did you get your free spare bulb with the 5040?

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Hey all! I'm looking to purchase a refurb of the of the 5040 and have been trying to see how the 3D performs on these. Struggling to find anything solid in reviews and there are over 500 pgs to go through here. Can someone please let me know if the 3D is solid?

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I think it works great. Up to over 300 3Ders because of it. I'll PM you my setting for the two color modes, if you like.

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This is not a "I love Epson" thread. This is also not a "I just upgraded from a 10 year old Epson projector to a 5 year old Epson projector and it's awesome" thread. You are in the Epson 5040 owners thread. I own a Epson 5040. Last I checked, you do not own a 5040. I'm not going to try to tell someone where they can post as others do here. But I'm not seeing the logic as to why you're posting in this owners thread.
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For real, my printer uses 9 different pigment cartridges and they're $60 a pop!
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I think it works great. Up to over 300 3Ders because of it. I'll PM you my setting for the two color modes, if you like.
As there are very few example settings for 3D in the thread, would be great if you would like to share yours with us.
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My current unit, my 3rd 6040, is a refurb. It has been flawless. The first two units were new. Both succumbed to the power supply problem. So from my experience, it's refurb all the way.


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We're loving our refurbed 5040 since 3 weeks and 25 hours of watching. Amazing PQ with stock settings in our semi-light controlled room. Youtube HD is the most impressive, but sometimes the image "stutters" which is annoying.

She does put out some heat in high power consumption mode, but Medium or Eco (usually in "bright cinema mode") is fine for most situations since we mainly watch at night.

Hoping to get 5+ years out of her (fingers crossed that the free spare bulb is on the way) until true 4k is available ~$1500.



Using this mount, plus 2' extension: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1



and this 110" screen, which has been up since moving into the house 6 years ago with cheap and cheerful Optoma HS131Xe

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


The stutter is motion enhancement. Turn it off in the projector onscreen menu.
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World class doesn’t send out defective units over and over to some people.

You may have a different opinion, but in my opinion, sending replacement projectors overnight at no charge with only a phone report of problems qualifies for world class.


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