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Epson EH-TW3200 3LCD Projector (25000:1, 1800 ANSI Lumens, Full HD 1080p)

by Epson
29 customer reviews

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  • Great value - affordable, big screen Full HD entertainment
  • High-quality picture - Epson 3LCD technology for natural colours
  • Watch in daylight - high colour light output of 1800 lumens
  • Easy installation - adjustable zoom and lens shift
  • 2 HDMI inputs - connect to games consoles, set-top boxes and more
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 45 x 36 x 13.6 cm ; 7 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 9 Kg
  • Item model number: V11H416040LU
  • ASIN: B0049AUF98
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Dec. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,403 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description


Epson EH–TW3200
Enjoy Full HD, 1080p games, sports and movies
Enjoy Full HD, 1080p games, sports and movies
Epson world leaders

Feel Part of the Action with HD Images

With the Epson EH-TW3200 you can really be part of the action. Immerse yourself in your favourite games, sports and movies, with a High Definition projection of up to 300 inches. Imagine the fun you can have playing games and watching films

Bright Projection for Clear Images, Even in Daylight

Smooth, lifelike images with superb brightness and definition give exceptional clarity, and images are so bright you don’t need to draw the curtains. And when the night draws in, you can turn your house into a cinema – you just need to get the popcorn out.

2 HDMI inputs
2 HDMI inputs

Easy to Set-Up, with Straightforward Connectivity

It is really easy to set-up the Epson EH-TW3200 projector, and it is all possible in a few easy steps. You can connect to your games console, your TV, a Blu-ray/DVD player, or your set-top box. It comes with two HDMI inputs so you can just plug & play.

In the box you will get a 3-metre power cable, a remote control with batteries, and a user manual with step-by-step instructions of how to set it up. If you want to turn your living room into a serious home cinema there is an optional ceiling mount which can be easily installed.

The projector has an adjustable zoom and lens so you can create the perfect picture and enjoy the big-screen experience in any living room. This projector is a great alternative to an HD television with the ability to go really big!

1800 lumens means you get superb image quality
1,800 lumens means you get superb image quality

Of course it is important that it looks good, and the EH-TW3200 won’t disappoint. Its slick design will fit well into any modern living room and it is small and neat, weighing only 7.3kg.

Service and Support

The EH-TW3200 comes with a guaranteed lamp life of three years and for extra peace of mind, three years on-site warranty. This means in the unlikely event of anything going wrong an Epson engineer will come to your home to fix or replace the projector by the next day. All part of the service from the world’s number one projector manufacturer1.

 Digital Projector Colour Light Output (CLO)

Digital Projector Colour Light Output (CLO)

Epson had a bright idea -- measure the the colour light output (CLO) instead of just the white. High CLO means colours are up to 3 times brighter than 1-chip DLP projectors, meaning you don’t need to worry about your presentation displaying dark, dull images -- with an Epson projector you’ll get maximum impact.

Colour is an important part of image quality, which is why a projector’s colour brightness, given in lumens, is important to know. If it’s not as high as the white brightness, images are duller and colours may appear washed out. Measure the brightness of the red, green and blue light and the resulting value is your Colour Brightness or Colour Light Output (CLO).

Digital projectors produce colour in different ways, resulting in big differences in colour brightness. Many manufacturers only quote the brightness in lumens of their projectors’ white light. This just shows how bright a projector is when showing a plain white image; it doesn’t give the full picture.

Why Choose a 3LCD Projector?

As the number one projector manufacturer in Europe2, Epson leads the market in the development of projector technology. Epson projectors use a 3LCD projection engine to deliver bright, clear images that are rich in detail and colour.

Many other projectors use 1-chip DLP3 projector systems, which create thousands of pulses of coloured light per second. They do this by shining lamp light through red, green, blue and white4 parts of a rotating colour wheel. These light pulses are then reflected by a DMD5 device, which is on a hinge and has a tiny mirror for each pixel of the image.

Single panel system
Single panel system

The series of rapid colour bursts is then projected onto the screen. The viewer's brain can't pick out the individual flickers - it mixes the basic colours that appear in succession in each pixel to come up with the final colour the viewer sees.

Epson’s 3LCD system works differently, using a combination of dichroic mirrors to separate the white light from the projector lamp into red, green and blue light. Each of the three light colours is then passed through its own LCD panel and recombined using a prism before being projected onto the screen.

With 1-chip DLP technology, colour break-up or the ‘rainbow effect’ can sometimes be seen. This occurs when the eye perceives the individual colours, and is a result of the colours being projected sequentially by the colour wheel. Epson’s 3LCD technology avoids this by including all three basic colours in each pixel of the projection, delivering superior Colour Light Output that’s easier on the eyes.


1. Source: Futuresource Consulting Limited, www.futuresource-consulting.com
2. Source: Futuresource Consulting Limited, www.futuresource-consulting.com
3. DLP (Digital Light Processing) is a trademark of Texas Instruments Incorporated.
4. Some 1-chip DLP projectors do not contain white but contain other colours
5. DMD (Digital Micromirror Device) is a trademark of Texas Instruments Incorporated.

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Projection technology 3LCD 3LCD 3LCD 3LCD 3LCD 3LCD
Resolution 720p 720p 1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p
High Definition HD-Ready HD-Ready Full HD 3D Full HD 3D Full HD 3D Full HD + Wireless HD
Contrast ratio 3,000:1 3,000:1 25,000:1 20,000:1 40,000:1 40,000:1
Colour Light Output/White Light Output 2,800lm 2,800lm 1,800lm 2,000lm 2,200lm 2,200lm
Lamp life (eco-mode) (E-TORL)

5,000 hours

5,000 hours 4,000 hours 5,000 hours 5,000 hours 5,000 hours
Keystone correction VH -30 to +30° VH -30 to +30° - VH -30 to +30° VH -30 to +30° VH -30 to +30°
Screen size 33in to 318in 33in to 318in 30in to 300in 30in to 300in 30in to 300in 30in to 300in
Optical zoom 1.2x 1.2x 2.1x 1.6x 1.6x 1.6x
Throw ratio 1.30 – 1.56:1 1.30 – 1.56:1 1.34 – 2.87:1 1.32 – 2.15:1 1.32 – 2.15:1 1.32 – 2.15:1
Lens shift (V/H) - - V ±96% H ±47% - - -
Video input 1× iPod dock*2 1× HDMI 1× component 1× composite 1× PC 1× audio (L/R) 1× USB type-A 1× USB type-B 1× HDMI 1× RCA (Y) 1× audio (L/R) 1× PC 1× S-video 1× USB type-A 1× USB type-B 2× HDMI 1× component 1× RCA (Y) 1× PC 1× S-video 2× HDMI 1× component 1× RCA (Y) 1× audio (L/R) 1× PC 1× USB type-A 2× HDMI 1× component 1× RCA (Y) 1× audio (L/R) 1× PC 1× USB type-A 2× HDMI 1× component 1× RCA (Y) 1× audio (L/R) 1× PC 1× USB type-A
Control and network input - 1x USB type-B RS-232C, 1x Trigger out 1× RJ45 (output only for External 3D IR Emitter), RS-232C, HDMI CEC 1× RJ45 (output only for External 3D IR Emitter), RS-232C, HDMI CEC 1× RJ45 (output only for External 3D IR Emitter), RS-232C, HDMI CEC
Advanced features Compatible with iPod/ iPhone/iPad devices*2 Game mode, slide show, direct power-on Epson Cinema Filter, Epson super-white, direct power-on Auto-colour optimizer, split-screen, slide show Auto-colour optimizer, split-screen, slide show Auto-colour optimizer, split-screen, slide show
Built-in speakers 2 x 10W 1 x 2W - 2 x 10W 2 x 10W 2 x 10W
Weight/Dimensions (D x W x H in mm) 3.9kg 291 x 340 x 115 2.3kg 228 x 295 x 77 7.3kg 360 x 450 x 136 7.0kg 365 x 420 x 139 7.0kg 365 x 420 x 139 7.0kg 365 x 420 x 139
Compatible ceiling mount - ELP-MB23 ELP-MB22 ELP-MB22- ELP-MB22 ELP-MB22
Options Air filter ELPAF37 Air filter ELPAF32 Air filter ELPAF21 Air filter ELPAF38, 3D glasses ELPGS01, external 3D IR Emitter ELPIE01 Air filter ELPAF38, 3D glasses ELPGS01, external 3D IR Emitter ELPIE01 Air filter ELPAF38, 3D glasses ELPGS01, external 3D IR Emitter ELPIE01*
Warranty (Main Unit and Lamp) MU-2 or 3 years depending on country Lamp-3 years MU-2 or 3 years depending on country Lamp-3 years MU-2 or 3 years depending on country Lamp-3 years MU-2 or 3 years depending on country Lamp-3 years MU-2 or 3 years depending on country Lamp-3 years MU-2 or 3 years depending on country Lamp-3 years

Box Contains

TW3200 projector
Power cable
Computer cable
Remote control
Soft storage case
Password protected sticker
User manual

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Clive Davies on 22 Mar. 2013
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I don't have any experience of different projectors (this one is my first) but I do have three, modern, large screen HD TVs, so I know what a good picture looks like, and the picture quality of the EH-TW3200 is excellent. Obviously, the darker the room, the better the picture looks, but in a fairly light room it's still impressive. In fact, it's so good that I wouldn't take the risk of buying a wireless projector costing over twice the price (which I did consider) because I can't imagine the picture quality would be significantly better than the EH-TW3200. As far as criticisms are concerned, they are fairly minor. Although I was aware of the dimensions before I bought it, it was still a surprise to see how large it was. Secondly, when sitting about 4-6 feet away from the projector on its right hand side, you can be aware of the fan noise when in normal (non-eco) mode. It's not so loud as to make you constantly aware of it, and it's therefore not annoying, but very occasionally (presumably when you're watching boring stuff) you can become aware of it. At greater distances and in other seating positions, there is virtually no fan noise. In eco mode, when the picture brightness will be very slightly lower, you have to try hard to hear the fan, wherever you sit. Finally, I do find that the lens shift wheels don't move the lens as critically as I would like. For example, having the lens in the correct vertical position, moving the horizontal wheel causes the lens to move both horizontal AND vertically downwards to some extent, so requiring a readjustment with the vertical wheel again. No great problem - just a little more fiddling than I think is necessary. Nevertheless, looking at the price range of all the projectors that you can buy, and all the possible deficiencies that they can have, I am really pleased with this buy. All the reviewers that I read gave it four or five stars, and I wouldn't disagree.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kai Sheldrake on 16 May 2012
Got one of these a couple of months ago, and I am very happy with the results.

I have this hooked up to my Sony Blu-ray player and Sky HD box. Images are bright, sharp and crisp. I am currently projecting onto my lounge wall (I painted it in Dulux Light and Space) at approximately 3 metres and the image size for 16:9 is around 100 inches of spectacular HD goodness. The fan is quiet, and even in Eco-mode the image is nice and bright.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. SULLIVAN on 10 Jan. 2014
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I have been into home cinema for many years. Have had a 7.1 surround sound system, for longer than I care to admit, matched with a 50" plasma telly which I thought (until I made this purchase)could probably not be improved upon - unless you're into ultra HD, but lets be honest who can afford around 8K to buy one if you aren't a premiership footballer!! Anyway I had been thinking of getting a projector, for quite a while, in order to get the BIG SCREEN effect, and I decided to take the plunge. I am not into 3D (I'm one of the unfortunate souls who get eye strain & a headache after watching 3D for any length of time)so I was looking for a 2D only projector.

So after much research regarding options I decided on an LCD projector (DLP projectors were also a non-starter for me as I am also susceptible to the dreaded 'rainbow effect' - so that immediately narrowed things down regarding choice!!) LCD projectors do tend to be larger - due to their technology - and this one is no exception but it 'looks the part and gives a bold statement' in any home cinema room. However, because of its size,it may look a bit out of place ceiling mounted in the middle of your home sitting room, which might upset the wife/partner ,so it is best set up in a dedicated cinema room, if you have one?

Regarding the image quality, before I set it up I was quite sceptical as to how good the image would be - I needn't have worried!! - the only thing I can say is WOW!!!! and I am very critical & particular on image quality. This just blew me away!! When it is fed with a full 1080p/1080i HD input the image quality is mind blowing - it is, literally, BETTER than being at the cinema!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By William N. Ruffell on 27 Dec. 2012
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This is a fine high definition projector and runs my audio visuals splendidly. It is a larger machine than I realized with a big lens. I have run it with DVDs via a Samsung Laptop which upgrades pictures to High Definition. It has various imputs but no outputs and I was surprised that there is no sound output from the projector. I take the sound output from the headphone outlet on the laptop which works well. As I have made my AVs over the years at 1024 x 768 that size appears when projected but the projector has the facility of adjusting the lens to fill the screen if you so wish. Later sequences made at 1920 x 1080 - HD standard of course appear as widescreen and are superb. Films from DVDs look excellent too. I have used the projector on 4ft and 12ft screens and it adapts to either without any difficulties. The projector also runs very quietly and has several adjustments if you do not want to run it in high definition.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By chris on 30 July 2014
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this is my first projector, so far i have been very impressed. the full hd is really good when you project to a large screen width, in my case over a hundred inches diagonal. there are a wealth of settings that are accessed via the nice backlit remote. i got this projector after seriously considering buying a 75inch samsung tv. im sure the tv would have been good, but it cost four times as much for half the screen size. plus a projector is less obtrusive when turned off than a massive tv.

we use sky hd, so really benefit from the large image on all our viewing, even adverts become wonderful mini movies. of course blue ray movies really are excellent with this projector. i was given a demonstration of several projectors in a well known av chain, and i think the epson compares well with projectors at twice or three times the cost. contrast and colour are good, motion appears well handled, no picture noise noticed. the projector is fairely quiet in use, and gives a feeling of good build quality. and of course not rainbow effects.

i had no interest in 3D, but was keen to get a projector with lens shift rather than keystone correction.
my impression is that epson along with other manufacturers have been dropping lens shift to save cost.

i have noticed one minor issue in that the outer row of pixels on all four sides of the image is slightly off colour from their neighbours. this issue only affects the last row of pixels, so i dont consider this important. in fact this might be quite normal for a projector i am not sure, i would welcome comments on this from other users of this epson. it isnt noticible at normal viewing distances anyway.

i have yet to try gaming with the projector, but i am sure it will be spectacular.
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