BenQ HT2050 3D projector produces 1080p high-resolution picture. Powered by 2200 lumens and ANSI Brightness technology it delivers the most life-like rich color gamut. The projector is equipped with the Color Wheel, which along with ISF Certified Calibrator ensures high-quality picture for watching in day and night lighting. It’s very quiet, its fan noise doesn’t prevent from watching and listening to the projected content. It’s really nice when you hear the content and not the device operating noise. I also noticed that BenQ HT2050 is easy to install and set up with a diagonal screen.
Epson Home Cinema 3700 is the projector that perfectly fits different lighting conditions with the help of Color and White Brightness technology and 3000 lumens. I managed to set such brightness level that was the most pleasant for the eyesight. Another feature of Epson Home Cinema 3700 that I like is its 3D Full HD 1080p widescreen performance. It turns movies, games, sports into pure joy for the eyes with its high contrast ratio that delivers deep black levels and sharp details even in the darkest scenes.
When testing, I liked both devices. The comparison of Epson Home Cinema 3700 vs BenQ HT2050 shows that the units are reliable and well-featured. The projectors are equipped with equally durable lamps with a slight difference: BenQ’s lamp is 240W versus Epson’s 250W. Another difference is that BenQ HT2050 offers only 1.3x zoom and 1.15 - 1.5 throw ratio range. Nevertheless, I liked BenQ for its quiet functioning.
Epson Home Cinema 3700 presents 1.32 - 2.15 throw ratio. Also, it’s equipped with a stereo speaker, which produces good sound and transfers more audio details compared with a mono speaker in BenQ HT2050.
Epson Home Cinema 3700
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