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Projector deal: save £100 on five-star Epson EH-TW650

This five-star Epson EH-TW650 projector deal saves you £100
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For home cinema thrills on a budget, the Epson EH-TW650 Full HD projector is the way to go – especially now that it's discounted.

This big-screen delight is currently £499 at Amazon, Richer Sounds and ebuyer, down from its original price of £599.

When we reviewed this Epson at its then-£550 price tag we called it "pretty faultless" thanks to its crisp and clear picture, natural colour reproduction and high-brightness capability (handy for well-lit environments!)

This Full HD projector can throw an image between 30 inches and 300 inches in size with a throw ratio of 1.02 - 1.23. So, for example, that’s a 60 inches image size at a distance of between 1.35m - 1.64m.

The 3100-lumen brightness levels and 15,000:1 contrast ratio make for a picture that's bright enough to enjoy even in a well-lit room. It does a good job of  producing realistic colours, and deals with light and dark details well.

You don't get a 4K resolution (you'll need a considerably bigger budget for that), but if you're happy with a very decent Full HD picture this is among the best projectors for the job.


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  • doifeellucky
    I got one of these for £479 not long after the review. It was on offer from Argos. Highly recommended as a first projector, even just against a light wall in a fairly dark room. I'm sure I'd notice a difference if it was 4k costing £1500-2000, but I'm more than happy with a 90" image at 1080p, sitting roughly at the recommended THX distance. As far as I'm concerned this gives a decent cinematic experience for not much money.