Several days ago I got an opportunity to test and compare two projectors - Epson Home Cinema 1060 vs Optoma HD29Darbee. Now, I want to describe my experience to make your life easier.
It’s really great that Epson Home Cinema 1060 is compatible with various video formats (NTSC, PAL, and SECAM). Moreover, during my studying, I was forced to use projectors very often and there was a very significant problem which irritates me even now - overheating. The developers usually forget about this factor and the operating temperature of these devices is really high but this projector differs. I have already watched “The Lord of the Rings” and the maximum temperature has been only 35 degrees. It’s great! In addition, the duration of the warranty is 2 years, that’s why your investment is under the protection.
The first benefit of this projector is obvious: it has 10W of the speaker power. The sound is pure and without any additional noises.
Moreover, this projector supports for 3D regime. Even despite the fact that the colour of Optoma HD29Darbee is white, it is really difficult to leave fingerprints or spots. As for the picture quality, I was impressed because it shows a great quality even despite the fact that the colour of my wall is green. There are also cool settings to help you make the picture clearer.
It’s really difficult to choose the ideal alternative because both projector models have much in common. Even despite the fact that Optoma HD29 Darbee is more expensive, it has a great lamp battery and sound module. However, Epson Home Cinema 1060 has better warranty conditions, but it also has a very poor speaker power.
If you really want to watch 3D videos at home, Optoma HD29 Darbee is better because it maintains this format but if you do not want to spend a lot of money, you should choose Epson 1060 because this projector is cheaper and it has better warranty conditions. So, read my comparison again and choose your ideal projector.
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