What is the Epson EH-TW7300?
The EH-TW7300 is Epson’s latest mid-range 3LCD projector that this year includes the ability to accept 4K Ultra HD footage and the projector uses a ‘faux’ pixel shift mode to create a 3840 x 2160p image from its 1080p 0.74 inch D9 chips. This is very similar technology to JVC’s eShift which does exactly the same thing. The TW7300 can also support High Dynamic Range (HDR) and the projector, whilst bright, cannot display HDR in the same way as a TV display can. However we will cover that aspect in more detail later in the review. Epson also boast that the projector can display DCI-P3 colour which would make it a good budget choice for watching Ultra HD Blu-rays. The addition of ten memories for the lens memory function is good news for those who use scope ratio screens.
So with quite a step up compared to the features on previous models and support for 4K Ultra HD sources, can the Epson prove to be the best entry level projector available yet? Let’s find out.
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