What’s up guys? Lew here back with another video and as you can tell I’m in an unusual location
out here in the main area of the new Unbox Therapy
headquarters where we have a gigantic
But this video is actually about what’s running it and what we use it for
up there, on the ceiling, is the New Epson Home Cinema
3500 Projector which is a bright,
affordable, 1080p solution that does both 2D and 3D
and Epson sent it out and said, “hey, dude take a closer look.
Hook up your setup and see if you like it
So that’s what we’ve been doing and what we’re gonna go a little more in-depth on today and in this installation
I’ve actually gone ahead and installed a motorized
screen which falls right in front of a flat panel television
now obviously, like most projectors
This is going to work better at night or in the dark,
that being said, with 2500 lumens, you can actually get a fairly usable image
and pleasing image even with some ambient lighting on.
So this is my first time installing a projector,
and this one made it pretty easy because it is equipped with both horizontal and vertical lens shift
So even if you don’t get it straight on with the screen,
You still have quite a bit of play to make sure that your image lines up correctly
it also has built-in speakers which are Surprisingly decent
Obviously, if you can go with external sound you’re going to get an extra level of immersion.
So the Home Cinema 3500 has plenty of different interface options
including the latest connectivity that you’d expect.
There are two HDMI’s with MhL compatibility, so you can hook up
game consoles, receivers, anything that takes HDMI.
You guys know about HDMI.
I don’t need to teach you about HDMI.
Now some people are a little bit concerned about getting a projector for themselves
because they’ve heard rumors that you’re
constantly changing bulbs, lamps,
and it’s costing you money, especially if you use them consistently.
But there has been major
Progress made in the efficiency of these units this one for example can do Thirty five hundred hours on
Regular standard mode or up to five thousand on Eco mode it also has a number of other saving techniques
So probably the coolest thing [about] having
 inches is the impact when people come over they check it out. They watch a movie. They watch some sports
I put a uFC fight up there the immersion is intense
even Sort of Beyond
resolution just having that lifelike size is
Incredibly engaging you add the sound to it if you can put a basic 5.1. Set up with a subwoofer
It’s really like no other experience. I’ve had plenty of large flat panel displays that have a hard time
Really replicating what this thing is capable of in a much more affordable package
Granted you will need the space to install it and as mentioned earlier
It’s going to perform better in Dim
if you are in the market for one of these projectors what you can do is measure your space and
figure [out] how big of a display you’ll be capable of having because you do need some distance from the
Projector to the screen in order to get these really large sizes [you] could go even bigger. You could go up to
 one more thing to remember the bigger you go the bigger each
Individual pixel is so you’re probably going to want to sit a little bit further back, but at this range right here
It’s kind of a sweet spot, [especially] when you’re sitting [right] in front of it with the proper [five-Point-one] the satellite speakers
It’s just a really special experience you’re all invited for the next Super Bowl [alright] guys so that wraps up this video
Thanks as always for [watching] and thanks to Epson as well for letting me check out this home cinema
3500 if you’re interested in pricing and availability on that unit
I’ll drop a link down in the description if you enjoyed this content make sure to leave a thumbs
And I’ll catch you on the next episode, later guys