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Epson PowerLite 1775W Projector Review

Great performance and wonderful features in an impressively compact package.

September 28, 2011
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Weight 3.8 lbs.
Video Mode Blackboard
Video Mode Whiteboard
Video Mode Photo
Video Mode Customized
Video Mode sRGB
Video Mode Sports
Video Mode Presentation
Video Mode Theatre
Video Mode Dynamic
Display Technology 3LCD
HD Yes
3D No
Resolution Value
  • 16:10
Calibration Setting Power Consumption
Calibration Setting Noise Reduction
Calibration Setting Abs. Color Temp
Calibration Setting Sharpness
Calibration Setting Contrast
Calibration Setting Brightness
Calibration Setting Auto Keystone
Calibration Setting Auto Iris
Color Gamut Red u' measured 0.4139
Color Gamut Red v' measured 0.5226
Color Gamut Red Error 0.0368
Color Gamut Green u' measured 0.1476
Color Gamut Green v' measured 0.568
Color Gamut Green Error 0.0233
Color Gamut Blue u' measured 0.1731
Color Gamut Blue v' measured 0.1484
Color Gamut Blue Error 0.0098
Video Processing Setting Noise Reduction
Video Processing Claimed Function Reduces flickering in analog images in two levels.
Video Processing Our Impression Minor improvement to noise.
Calibration Default 0
Calibration Default 0
Calibration Default 0
Calibration Default 6500 K
Calibration Default NR1
Calibration Default Normal
Calibration Default On
Calibration Default On
Calibration Calibrated -6
Calibration Calibrated 0
Calibration Calibrated 0
Calibration Calibrated 6500 K
Calibration Calibrated Off
Calibration Calibrated Normal
Calibration Calibrated Off
Calibration Calibrated Off
Video Mode - What It Does Best for color presentations in a bright room
Video Mode - What It Does Best for projecting in a bright room
Video Mode - What It Does Best for movies projected in a dark room
Power Consumption Average Watts 290
Power Consumption Average Watts 181
Power Consumption Cost Per Year 56.43
Power Consumption Cost Per Year 56.43
Power Consumption Cost Per Year 56.56
Power Consumption Cost Per Year 35.34
HDMI 1
Component 0
Composite 1
S-Video 0
VGA 1
Analog Audio In 1
Digital Audio Out 1
Analog Audio Out 0
Ethernet 0
WiFi Yes (built-in)
USB 2
Memory Card None
DLNA No
Other None
Throw Distance Wide Angle 64 inches 45
Throw Distance Wide Angle 80 inches 56
Throw Distance Wide Angle 100 inches 71
Throw Distance Wide Angle 120 inches 85
Throw Distance Wide Angle 140 inches 99
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 64 inches 50
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 80 inches 63
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 100 inches 79
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 120 inches 95
Throw Distance Telephoto Angle 140 inches 111
Screen Brightness 64-inch Projector Lux Level 2243
Screen Brightness 64-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 64-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 64-inch Moderate Yes
Screen Brightness 64-inch Bright Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Projector Lux Level 1436
Screen Brightness 80-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Moderate Yes
Screen Brightness 80-inch Bright No
Screen Brightness 100-inch Projector Lux Level 919
Screen Brightness 100-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 100-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 100-inch Moderate Yes
Screen Brightness 100-inch Bright No
Screen Brightness 120-inch Projector Lux Level 638
Screen Brightness 120-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 120-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 120-inch Moderate No
Screen Brightness 120-inch Bright No
Screen Brightness 140-inch Dark Yes
Screen Brightness 140-inch Dim Yes
Screen Brightness 140-inch Moderate No
Screen Brightness 140-inch Bright No
Color Gamut D65 v' measured 0.4694
Color Gamut D65 Error 0.0020
Pico Type No
Portable Type Yes
Business Type Yes
Home Theater Type Yes
Install Type No
Original Price 1014
Internet Ready Yes
General Type
  • Portable
  • Business
  • Home Theater
Screen Brightness 140-inch Projector Lux Level 469
Video Mode - What It Does Best for television images in a bright room
Video Mode - What It Does Best for standard sRGB computer displays
Manual Url http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/pl1750/pl1750ug.pdf
Manual Text The Epson 1775W's PDF manual
Video Mode - What It Does Best for presentations onto a whiteboard (adjusts the colors accordingly)
Color Gamut D65 u' measured 0.1961
Video Mode - What It Does Best for customizing a color mode using manual Color Adjustment settings in the Image menu.
Video Mode - What It Does Best for presentations onto a green chalkboard (adjusts the colors accordingly)
Power Consumption Mode Dynamic
Video Mode - What It Does Best for still images projected in a bright room
Power Consumption Mode Presentation (ECO)
Power Consumption Mode Theater
Power Consumption Average Watts 289
Power Consumption Mode Presentation
Manufacturer Name Epson
Power Consumption Average Watts 289
Manufacturer Url http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/jsp/Product/Specifications.do?sku=V11H363020&BV_UseBVCookie=yes
Brand Name PowerLite
Resolution WXGA 1280 x 800 (16:10)

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Blacks & Whites
  4. Color Accuracy
  5. Motion
  6. Viewing Effects
  7. Calibration
  8. Connectivity & Media
  9. Power, Noise & Heat
  10. Optoma HD20 Comparison
  11. Canon LV-8310 Comparison
  12. Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 705HD Comparison
  13. Conclusion
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