Featuring wireless Full HD 2D and 3D p performance and an astounding contrast ratio of up to ,, the Epson TWW makes it easier than ever to entertain family and friends with brilliant colour and exquisite detail. Use the included Epson wireless transmitter for quick, easy setup anywhere, without having to run additional cables - the ideal solution for difficult installation areas. This state-of-the-art performer even includes THX certification and ISF calibration, for movie viewing the way filmmakers intended. One brightness measurement lumens is not enough.
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Trusted Reviews may earn an affiliate commission when you purchase through links on our site. Learn More. Looking back at it now, the Epson TWW projector was quite a watershed product. But the bottom line is that , is still a very large figure for an LCD projector, and should hopefully result in pictures that look extremely dynamic and enjoy a profound black level response.
Aesthetically the TWW is pretty much identical to its predecessor. For yes, as with its predecessor, the TWW plays active 3D pictures. For instance, it features simple and robust zoom and focus wheels accessible through its top edge, and at 2.
The auto iris settings let you adjust the contrast of images via an iris regulating the amount of light coming out of the projector. Super resolution can boost the apparent detail level of the image though more often than not it also makes pictures look more noisy, so is probably best avoided.
The first thing that strikes us as we settle down to watch the TWW at last is how much better its pictures are than those of the TWW, especially when it comes to 3D.
There are two main reasons for this 3D advance. This lets full HD 3D Blu-rays look sharper, more detailed, and more naturally full of depth. However, for us crosstalk and brightness are our two number one bugbears about the active 3D system. So the Epson handling both issues better is a big deal.
Also impressive about the dynamic iris modes is how clever they are when it comes to judging the best light balance to deliver enhanced black colours without crushing out too much shadow detail. But you can reduce this motion resolution issue reasonably though not immaculately satisfactorily via the Motion processing mentioned earlier.
Just as well, then, that precious few of our favourite HD sources contain much source noise. Colour errors Also, even with the Correct LCD Align mode in play, we sometimes still spotted marginal reddish colour errors around bright lines and text. The single biggest flaw with the TWW, though, is the amount of input lag it suffers with. WirelessHD input lag We did find one way of improving the problem, though: taking the WirelessHD system out of the equation.
Our measurements showed input lag dropping to around 65ms when using a normal HDMI connection instead — enough of a difference to make a few kills worth of difference in a typical online game.
Verdict The TWW is in most ways an excellent projector for its price level. It outguns its closest market rival with 3D, and is hugely watchable and dynamic with 2D too. There are massive practical benefits to its WirelessHD system as well, in the way it gives the TWW more HDMI connectivity than any other projector on the market while also doing away with the normal cost and hassle of cabled projector installations. We continually check thousands of prices to show you the best deals.
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We never, ever accept money to review a product. Tell us what you think - send your emails to the Editor. Pros Mostly excellent 2D and 3D pictures Very easy and flexible to set up Runs very quietly in Eco lamp mode WirelessHD system introduces outstanding connection options. Trusted Reviews Live Prices About our deals. Trusted Score. Score in detail Value 8. John Archer. John Archer has written about, and been immersed in the world of, home entertainment technology for over 20 years.
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Epson TW9100W (EH-TW9100W) 3-Chip LCD 1080p 3D Projector Review
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The TWW retains all that was good about the earlier model and even manages to improve in a number of areas. It uses the same chassis design, with a decent quality centrally mounted lens and motorised cover. There are still manual controls, including lens shift but obviously no lens memory feature. The build quality is very good and the TW comes in black or white but only the white version reviewed here includes the WiHD Transmitter. The projector also comes with Epson's standard remote control and two pairs of active shutter 3D glasses. Setup is straightforward thanks to the lens controls and the well designed menu system, which now includes panel alignment.
Epson EH-TW9100W Review