The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 2D/3D 1080p 3LCD Projector delivers 2000 lumens of white brightness and 2000 lumens of color brightness with a low noise level of only 29 dB when using the ECO operating mode. It features four different color modes and up to a 15,000:1 contrast ratio. The projector features Full HD 1920 x 1080p native resolution with support for 2D and 3D content. It's also equipped with a 3LCD, 3-chip RGB liquid crystal shutter projection system and a 200W UHE E-TORL lamp that provides up to 6000 hours of life.
The projector supports easy setup features including ±30° automatic vertical keystone correction and ±30° manual horizontal keystone correction. For connectivity, you can choose from a variety of inputs including HDMI, VGA and more. The projector supports MHL mobile device connectivity as well. You can connect MHL-enabled smartphones and tablets to the projector and display Full HD 1080p video content and up to 7.1-channels of audio. Other features include a built-in 2W speaker, a security lock slot and an included remote control.
- Supports up to three times brighter colors thanks to its 3LCD, 3-chip technology
- 2000 lumens of color brightness and 2000 lumens of white brightness
- Full HD 1920 x 1080p native widescreen resolution for movies, games and more
- Projects up to a 328" image on virtually any wall or screen
- Supports 3D Full HD technology with optional RF 3D glasses
- Dual HDMI connections for HD quality with just one cable
- HDMI also supports MHL mobile device connectivity
- MHL connection supports Full HD 1080p video and 7.1 audio and works with MHL-enabled smartphones and tablets
- Use the projector remote to control MHL-enabled devices and simultaneously charge your MHL-enabled device when it's plugged into the projector
- The 2W built-in speaker eliminates the need to carry around external speakers
- Choose from four color modes optimized for different content and settings
- Automatically correct images vertically and use the easy-slide control bar for horizontal image correction