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Are you still under the 2-year warranty? Very sorry to hear of your power supply issue I had three of them with the same issue.

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I'm afraid I missed it by a few months. Typed in the serial number and said expired Jan 2019. Service center is the option they offer. Idk if it's different cause it's already a refurbished.

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I'm afraid I missed it by a few months. Typed in the serial number and said expired Jan 2019. Service center is the option they offer. Idk if it's different cause it's already a refurbished.

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If you bought it refurbished I think it was only a one year warranty I believe

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If you bought it refurbished I think it was only a one year warranty I believe

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They sent me a refurbished one cause the one I bought brand new had power issue

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They sent me a refurbished one cause the one I bought brand new had power issue

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That completely stinks. I really had to strongly encourage them to do right by me.

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They sent me a refurbished one cause the one I bought brand new had power issue

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I had similar problems and it turned out to be the HDMI cable.

I switched to an active BJC 40 foot cable and haven’t had a problem since even with 4K 60fps HDR 4:2:2 signals.
i'm using a bjc series 3... when you say had a "similar" problem, are you saying that your screen also flashed bright green when starting and stopping 4k hdr ripped files?
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Not specifically when playing ripped 4K HDR files but randomly when switching to different resolutions on the Apple TV especially when going into HDR 4:2:2 at times. The HDMI cable fixed all the issues for me.
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If you bought it refurbished I think it was only a one year warranty I believe

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They get a full 2 year warranty.

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They get a full 2 year warranty.

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They have shipped me a refurbished unit. It will for now I guess.

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They get a full 2 year warranty.

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I know when you buy a new 5040/5050 you get a two year warranty. Didn't see any mention of any different length of warranty time for refurbished but that full 2 year warranty for a refurbished product goes against industry standards. I hope that is true.

https://epson.com/Clearance-Center/H...p/V11H713020-N

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I know when you buy a new 5040/5050 you get a two year warranty. Didn't see any mention of any different length of warranty time for refurbished but that full 2 year warranty for a refurbished product goes against industry standards. I hope that is true.

https://epson.com/Clearance-Center/H...p/V11H713020-N

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Yeah, normally you get a standard 1yr warranty on most stuff, but Epson is oddly doing it better than most here, even on refurbished stuff.

I bought a refurbished 5040 myself and I manually checked my warranty info after getting mine and it's good for 2 years.

A very nice gesture by Epson indeed...

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Yeah, normally you get a standard 1yr warranty on most stuff, but Epson is oddly doing it better than most here, even on refurbished stuff.

I bought a refurbished 5040 myself and I manually checked my warranty info after getting mine and it's good for 2 years.

A very nice gesture by Epson indeed...

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That is awesome news. Thank you for confirming.

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Every once in awhile, I'll turn my 5050 on, and the screen is just blue with my sources. No picture, no sound, just a blue screen. Is that a handshake issue, or is it something else?

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Every once in awhile, I'll turn my 5050 on, and the screen is just blue with my sources. No picture, no sound, just a blue screen. Is that a handshake issue, or is it something else?

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Sorry to hear that. Is it just upon turning the projector on for the first time and how long does it last?

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Sorry to hear that. Is it just upon turning the projector on for the first time and how long does it last?

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Yes, just when turning on for the first time. If I go back and forth with inputs on my receiver, then that fixes the issue.

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Yes, just when turning on for the first time. If I go back and forth with inputs on my receiver, then that fixes the issue.

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Found a really good explanation on another sight for HDMI handshake issues.

Digital components connected via HDMI use a copy protection system called HDCP. When components are switched on or connected, they talk to each other via the HDMI cable, verify the HDCP and then allow the picture to be displayed. This verification is commonly referred to as the "HDMI handshake."


With my home-theater system, the processor says "need HDCP monitor" when the handshake isn't established, and I find myself staring at a screen that either flickers or is solid blue or black.
Typically, changing inputs is all that is needed to establish the HDMI handshake.

If you want to watch your cable box, change the input on your receiver to something else and change it back to the cable box. You can change it to any input, because all you are doing is breaking the connection between the cable box and the receiver and re-establishing it. This should get things working for you right away.


Your remote might be part of the problem. Many universal remotes have an option to turn all the components on at once with a single press of a button. The most reliable way to establish a good HDMI handshake is to turn on the television first and let it boot up, then turn on the receiver, then turn on the cable box and Blu-ray player.


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100% correct.
Some universal remotes allow you to define the order of the components when powering up and also have the ability to add a delay to mitigate some of these handshake issues.
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I'm not using a Universal Remote. When I turn on the 5050, it automatically turns on my AVR. My Xfinity box and Nvidia Shield are always on.

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I am getting back into the projector business after about 4 years from selling my last one, Panasonic AE-8000U(think that was the number) and a Epson 6020ub. I have a weird room, as you can tell from the attached picks. The vaulted ceilings give me the most problems especially for a screen. I am going with a SI 92" scoped screen, solar white, 1.3 gain. Well it is really either the 92" or 80". The room is light controlled and the throw of the projector to screen should be around 18 ft. Will this be good for HDR or well I have any unforeseen problems? Please ignore the mess of the room and any help is appreciated.
Given it doesn't look like the seating would fit if it was shifted around to face the long length of the room, I would install a drop down screen on the wall beneath the acoustic panels above the tv. Then get an Ultra Short Throw projector and you're set to go. At the distance the sofa is from the screen it would be very immersive.
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How close can I mount this projector for a 120" screen? Calculator shows 17' but I am pretty sure others have stated they are closer with their 120". Thanks!
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How close can I mount this projector for a 120" screen? Calculator shows 17' but I am pretty sure others have stated they are closer with their 120". Thanks!
Ok, may have answered this for myself! Can someone check my screenshot...looks like I could go to 12' and not have an issue? That look correct?
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How close can I mount this projector for a 120" screen? Calculator shows 17' but I am pretty sure others have stated they are closer with their 120". Thanks!
Did you change the zoom ratio to 2.1 to 1? Because that is the ratio for the 5050. I believe I am using the calculator correctly and I get a throw of 120 inches from as close as 11ft 10inches. You can always call Epson to confirm . I would.

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How close can I mount this projector for a 120" screen? Calculator shows 17' but I am pretty sure others have stated they are closer with their 120". Thanks!
I'm at 13'3" for a 120" screen. I forget where I got that distance from, but that's what I read was the minimum distance for a 120" image.

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I'm at 13'3" for a 120" screen. I forget where I got that distance from, but that's what I read was the minimum distance for a 120" image.

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How do you like it from that distance? Mind if I ask what screen and projector mount you are using? Did you go with a grey or white screen? How is the brightness levels for you? Thanks again and sorry for all the questions!
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How do you like it from that distance? Mind if I ask what screen and projector mount you are using? Did you go with a grey or white screen? How is the brightness levels for you? Thanks again and sorry for all the questions!
I like the distance a lot. My room is actually only 12'6" deep, so I ended up building a box in the wall, that goes back into my utility room. That gave me the 13'3" throw that I needed for a 120" image. I did a painted screen on the entire wall, with a paint called Black Flame. It's a light gray screen color. I went with a painted screen so I wouldn't have black bars when switching between 16:9 and Scope. The Black bars disappear into the gray screen.

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Recommendations for a 120” screen and mount for this projector?
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I like the distance a lot. My room is actually only 12'6" deep, so I ended up building a box in the wall, that goes back into my utility room. That gave me the 13'3" throw that I needed for a 120" image. I did a painted screen on the entire wall, with a paint called Black Flame. It's a light gray screen color. I went with a painted screen so I wouldn't have black bars when switching between 16:9 and Scope. The Black bars disappear into the gray screen.

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Where did you get the Black Flame paint? What is the gain?
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Recommendations for a 120” screen and mount for this projector?

Silver Ticket screens are great screens. I use a 130in scope screen' I think it is 2:35 White 1.1 gain. I have had way more expensive screens but Silver Tickets are just as good.
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Silver Ticket screens are great screens. I use a 130in scope screen' I think it is 2:35 White 1.1 gain. I have had way more expensive screens but Silver Tickets are just as good.
Silver ticket screens are a great bang for your buck. I far as price/performance ratio hard to beat them. Saying they are just as good as more expensive screens IMHO is setting up new Silver Ticket Screen owners up for disappointment if they ever buy or experience a premium screen later on along their HT Journey. Premium screens are more expensive for a reason. It is open for personal debate as to whether you should spend the money.


I would say not everyone would appreciate the difference. Not all people scrutinize the details of an image enough to spend the extra money. They are happy with a good image which Silver Ticket certainly provides.

Elunevision Reference 4k screen is several steps up from Silver Ticket, as would be any screen from Seymour AV. Those screens are about 5 to 7 times the price of your standard Silver Ticket 1.1 gain white screen. People will argue on both sides why it is or isn't worth the extra money. That is a decision for each person. Most of us have budgets with which to work.

Stewart filmscreen is considered by most to be the industry standard. At roughly ten times the cost of your low budget screens, such as Silver Ticket, it simply is out of many people's budget. I own a Seymour AV Glacier White perfectly smooth screen 120 inches. Honestly could not justify the money for the Stewart Studiotek 100 or ST130, but did notice the difference in image quality. Most of us have to compromise someplace . I will say, Seymour AV will sell their screen material by itself and they are very DIY friendly . They will prepare the screen edge several different ways to help with attachment to your DIY frame. So you can certainly save yourself some money there and still get a fantastic screen.

Obviously your room conditions will play a huge role in the performance of your screen/projector combination, much more than many people realize. If you cannot control your ambient light and room reflections from the walls , ceiling and to a lesser degree your floor, there are ambient light reducing screens to minimize the impact of those room conditions.

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