Epson Home Cinema 8350 LCD Projector
Epson is well known in the industry for making reliable projectors for conference rooms and offices. did you know they also make a great home theater projector?
We will look at the Epson Home Cinema 8350 which uses a V13H010L49/ELP-LP49.
First introduced in 2010, the Home Cinema 8350 was one of Epson’s first true home theater projectors. Manufactured up until January of 2016 this projector has a great set of specs.
Supporting resolutions up to 1920 x 1080, it natively supports 1080p 16:9 video via any of its two HDMI inputs. Prior to this. 720p was the highest definition video available. The projector was also one of the first to use an auto-iris to give the projector an incredible 50,000:1 contrast ratio. With the light engine generating 2000 ansi lumens this projector was a welcomed addition to anyone upgrading from an earlier projector that was only 720p or lower.
The V13H010L49/ELPLP49 lamp use a 200W Bulb to generate that lumen output. This bulb is one of the special designs using the E-TORL technology. E-TORL allows up to 20% extra lumen output as it directs ‘wasted’ light toward the reflector and out the lens, rather than having it spill unused into the unseen cavities of the projector. The patented Osram bulb used is a direct replacement for the OEM bulb from Epson. Epson is one of the few companies who use a bulb made specifically for them. Now there are more options for you and I the end user.
Currently PurelandSupply.com has the ELPLP49 bulb on sale for $109.20!
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