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I appreciate that feedback. You are correct that out of the box the Epson 5050ub and 6050 throw an amazing image. I would hate for someone to think that you need a professional calibration to enjoy these projectors because you don't.

90% of people would be amazed with the performance straight out of the box. Another 9% with settings posted in this forum. I was really speaking to the 1% of people buying this projector who are budget videophiles. LOL.

This projector still hits a fantastic price to performance value even for obsessed videophiles. Sorry for the tangent. Everyone should go back to enjoying their projectors. LOL. Especially me.
This is perfectly stated!
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So my new unit arrived and there is a red blob on the right side of the screen. That’s just my luck. I noticed the lens cover was not fully closed when I opened it but didn’t think anything of it until now. I’ve been on hold with Epson with 45 minutes


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None of mine (of 3) came with the lens cap fully closed. None came with a back panel over the inputs either. Not a big deal on that, except that the manual said there was one. Irks me.

If you are going to have them send you another one, be sure to ask them to have Quality Control check it before they send it. I spoke with a guy named Courtney who was very helpful.

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None of mine (of 3) came with the lens cap fully closed. None came with a back panel over the inputs either. Not a big deal on that, except that the manual said there was one. Irks me.



If you are going to have them send you another one, be sure to ask them to have Quality Control check it before they send it. I spoke with a guy named Courtney who was very helpful.


I will not take another 5050 at this point. There are two things I would consider but I am waiting to hear back from Epson.


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I can’t speak for Epson’s Customer Service in the US but if my experience of them here in the UK is anything to go by they are second to none.

When you consider just how easy it is in the US to get something refunded or replaced you would have thought they would be bending over backwards to get it right first time never mind third time round.
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I can’t speak for Epson’s Customer Service in the US but if my experience of them here in the UK is anything to go by they are second to none.



When you consider just how easy it is in the US to get something refunded or replaced you would have thought they would be bending over backwards to get it right first time never mind third time round.


They do have excellent customer service indeed. I recall when I had to send my Marantz out for repairs 6 months after purchase. That was headache and my theater was down for a month !


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When I try to stream in 4k HDR from YouTube, the signal rarely comes through as 4K or HDR. Rather, it comes through as SDR. Sometimes it does come through in 4K and looks spectacular, but most of the time it only comes through as SDR. What gives?

All my other 4K or HDR streaming is working fine (Netflix, Amazon Prime). Why is YouTube giving me trouble?
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I have been trying to find the lumen output of the 6050 on other modes than high to see what gain screen I should be looking at but can't find anything online. Has anyone found this info? Has anyone who had their projectors calibrated been told what the lumen output was on various modes?
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When I try to stream in 4k HDR from YouTube, the signal rarely comes through as 4K or HDR. Rather, it comes through as SDR. Sometimes it does come through in 4K and looks spectacular, but most of the time it only comes through as SDR. What gives?

All my other 4K or HDR streaming is working fine (Netflix, Amazon Prime). Why is YouTube giving me trouble?
You might want say what device you're using to stream and how it's connecting to the PJ (and which AV receiver is in-between, if any).

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You might want say what device you're using to stream and how it's connecting to the PJ (and which AV receiver is in-between, if any).
Good points...

Streaming from the Sony UBP-X800 4K Blu-ray player, connected to my new Denon AVRX3400H, outputting to the 5050. Same device will stream 4K from Netflix and Prime, just rarely from YouTube. That's what puzzles me.
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I have been trying to find the lumen output of the 6050 on other modes than high to see what gain screen I should be looking at but can't find anything online. Has anyone found this info? Has anyone who had their projectors calibrated been told what the lumen output was on various modes?
Once you get north of 2200 lumens from a projector then really your room has more impact on your screen choice and subsequent viewing experience then the light output from the projector. At 2600 lumens before calibration the projector will not be the weak link in your pursuit of a fantastic HDR experience. I have a blacked out velvet theater with MLP at 13.5 ft and projector mounted on the ceiling 16 ft back. HDR looks amazing. 120 inch non-AT 16x9 Seymour Glacier White 1.3 gain screen.
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Good points...

Streaming from the Sony UBP-X800 4K Blu-ray player, connected to my new Denon AVRX3400H, outputting to the 5050. Same device will stream 4K from Netflix and Prime, just rarely from YouTube. That's what puzzles me.
What’s your download speed, for whatever reason Netflix seems to be best at keeping the image perfect with the least speed, next Amazon and then YouTube. If your speed it less than 20Mbs and other people in the house are also streaming then you might be having issues.
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Once you get north of 2200 lumens from a projector then really your room has more impact on your screen choice and subsequent viewing experience then the light output from the projector. At 2600 lumens before calibration the projector will not be the weak link in your pursuit of a fantastic HDR experience. I have a blacked out velvet theater with MLP at 13.5 ft and projector mounted on the ceiling 16 ft back. HDR looks amazing. 120 inch non-AT 16x9 Seymour Glacier White 1.3 gain screen.
Thank you for the input. I am just starting the process of building a false wall which will be covered in black velvet everywhere except the AT screen, I am now leaning towards the seymour center stage XD because of the extra gain versus a DIY spandex screen. My seating distance will be similar at around 12' with the project around 16' throwing a 140" 2.35:1 screen (equal in height to a 110' 16x9). I plan on painting the whole room a dark flat color and adding additional black velvet on most of the reflective walls.

This thread has been crazy helpful with choosing a solid first projector.
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I appreciate that feedback. You are correct that out of the box the Epson 5050ub and 6050 throw an amazing image. I would hate for someone to think that you need a professional calibration to enjoy these projectors because you don't.

90% of people would be amazed with the performance straight out of the box. Another 9% with settings posted in this forum. I was really speaking to the 1% of people buying this projector who are budget videophiles. LOL.

This projector still hits a fantastic price to performance value even for obsessed videophiles. Sorry for the tangent. Everyone should go back to enjoying their projectors. LOL. Especially me.
This is very true, the vast majority of people will be satisfied by its out of box settings especially Natural and Digital Cinema. When I got mine I put in my trusty calibration disc and adjusted the contrast and brightness to what it suggested..... imagine my shock when Gordon put both these two settings back to 50/50 and said these along with colour and tint need no adjusting as these are spot on right out of the box. What a professional calibration does (well my take on it) is fine tune an already well calibrated machine.

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Once you get north of 2200 lumens from a projector then really your room has more impact on your screen choice and subsequent viewing experience then the light output from the projector. At 2600 lumens before calibration the projector will not be the weak link in your pursuit of a fantastic HDR experience. I have a blacked out velvet theater with MLP at 13.5 ft and projector mounted on the ceiling 16 ft back. HDR looks amazing. 120 inch non-AT 16x9 Seymour Glacier White 1.3 gain screen.
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This is very true, the vast majority of people will be satisfied by its out of box settings especially Natural and Digital Cinema. When I got mine I put in my trusty calibration disc and adjusted the contrast and brightness to what it suggested..... imagine my shock when Gordon put both these two settings back to 50/50 and said these along with colour and tint need no adjusting as these are spot on right out of the box. What a professional calibration does (well my take on it) is fine tune an already well calibrated machine.

All this pixel peeping has made me decide to wait until I replace my screen and mount before I tweak (calibrate) mine. I moved the brightness back to 50 from 60 on Digital Cinema settings from Projector Reviews. Out of the box is correct. Why did I even notice it? I was A/B testing my long run of Audioquest Chocolate in HDMI 1 vs. the $59 optical HDMI cable I bought on Amazon in HDMI 2. At first the optical appeared sharper and had less contrast, but then using it for an hour, the two were almost identical. What this tells me is that the sources and the wire connecting them to my AV7704 are more important. No plans of upgrading my Oppo 205 as the 5050 HDR slider does all I need. Time to watch content for this guy. Peace and Love to all.
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I tried searching and could not find an answer (apologies if I missed it). I am looking for a mount that i can hang 90 degrees from a beam running across the ceiling. I used this one before but it is too small for the 5050:
amazon (dot) com/gp/product/B00892RUTA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1[/url]

I found this one on ebay which looks like it could work but it won't be shipped for over 2 weeks and my wife wants the projector off the dining room table asap:
ebay (dot) com/itm/Projector-Ceiling-Mount-for-Epson-Home-Cinema-5050UB-5050UBe-Pro-Cinema-6050UB/392274655142?_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.M BE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D58646%26meid%3D250dd618d5fc492 482a614d5a69828eb%26pid%3D100008%26rk%3D4%26rkt%3D 12%26sd%3D293042574672%26itm%3D392274655142&_trksi d=p2047675.c100008.m2219[/url]

Any suggestions? Looking for something that does the job (don't need high end and am okay if install is a bit more difficult)--thank you!
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I tried searching and could not find an answer (apologies if I missed it). I am looking for a mount that i can hang 90 degrees from a beam running across the ceiling. I used this one before but it is too small for the 5050:
amazon (dot) com/gp/product/B00892RUTA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF 8&psc=1[/url]

I found this one on ebay which looks like it could work but it won't be shipped for over 2 weeks and my wife wants the projector off the dining room table asap:
ebay (dot) com/itm/Projector-Ceiling-Mount-for-Epson-Home-Cinema-5050UB-5050UBe-Pro-Cinema-6050UB/392274655142?_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3D SIM.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D58646%26meid%3D2 50dd618d5fc492482a614d5a69828eb%26pid%3D100008%26r k%3D4%26rkt%3D12%26sd%3D293042574672%26itm%3D 392274655142&_trksid=p2047675.c100008.m2219[/url]

Any suggestions? Looking for something that does the job (don't need high end and am okay if install is a bit more difficult)--thank you!
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What do you mean? SSssSss. I am on my phone. Seems fine to me. Can you please take a screen shot and post it.
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What do you mean? SSssSss. I am on my phone. Seems fine to me. Can you please take a screen shot and post it.
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What do you mean? SSssSss. I am on my phone. Seems fine to me. Can you please take a screen shot and post it.

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Still don't understand what you are talking about?
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Trying to hook up a Apple 4K tv and it keeps saying my 5050 doesn't support HDR, I can get HDR through my shield and 4k br player, anybody else have this problem.
Ready to throw this thing out in the street and stick to my shield.

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Trying to hook up a Apple 4K tv and it keeps saying my 5050 doesn't support HDR, I can get HDR through my shield and 4k br player, anybody else have this problem.

Ready to throw this thing out in the street and stick to my shield.



Thanks.
Try running the A4KTV directly to the projector using the same cable. See if you get all the checkboxes .

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