Epson EH-TW7100 (White) is rated out of 5 by 12.
Epson EH-TW7100 (White)
4K Enhanced HDR 3LCD Projector
- 3LCD Projector Technology
- 3D TV
- Full Specifications
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Big screen entertainment made easy
Featuring built-in speakers, flexible lens adjustment and the potential for a huge picture, the Epson EH-TW7100 delivers big screen entertainment with ease. Whether you’re gaming, watching movies or the big sports event, the EH-TW7100 makes it easy at home or a friends. The EH-TW7100 offers an effortless 100” display in most rooms (at a distance from the wall of 2.95m), plus the ability to expand this five times, given a big enough space.
See more detail, with PRO-UHD 4K enhanced
PRO-UHD 4K enhanced takes native Full HD (1080p) resolution and uses sophisticated 4K Enhancement processing allows the EH-TW7100 to double its frame rate, creating crisp and clear images. Although not strictly a 4K projector, it gives it a much more detailed, denser image than an equivalent Full HD version. The EH-TW7100 also supports 4K streaming services from providers such as Netflix.
100,000:1 contrast ratio for sensational realism
With a contrast ratio that’s two and a half times better than the model below. This means deeper black scenes and brighter whites for superb realism. Enhanced contrast makes it easier to see crucial details when gaming. Watch a film and the sense of ‘being there’ is ramped up to the next level.
Lens shift and keystone correction
With lens shift and keystone correction, the Epson EHTW7100 is easy to install. The ability to physically move the lens by +/- 60% vertically and +/- 24 horizontally reduces picture distortion when mounting the projector in awkward positions. The vertical keystone correction offers a digital version of the same thing with a wide adjustment of +/- 30% in both vertical and horizon plains.
Epson's 3LCD technology for super-bright images
Thanks to 3LCD tech, this Epson offers an extremely high quality image. With an exceptional brightness figure of 3000 lumens, the EH-TW7100 is easily watchable in rooms with ambient light from windows and other sources.
Featuring active 3D, the EH-TW7100 takes your viewing experience to a new dimension. With 3D depth adjustment, it’s easy to get just the right effect in your room. Simply purchase the optional ELPGS03 active 3D glasses and you're good to go.
Making this projector ideal for occasional use or taking around to a friend’s house, built-in speakers mean it’s ready to go, with no additional sound system required. The stereo 2 x 10 watt speakers give a crisp and clear sound. You can take this to the next level by connecting an enhanced speaker system via Bluetooth.
Bluetooth sound output
Getting big sound to match the big picture is easy with the EH-TW7100. Pair the Bluetooth output with a compatible soundbar, AV system or Bluetooth speaker and enjoy effective, wireless sound.
Twin HDMI and USB
The EHTW7100 is a flexible projector with a wide range of connections. There are two HDMI sockets – perfect for a Blu-ray player and games console. Alternatively, use one of the HDMI sockets for a video streamer. This can even be powered via the USB Mini-B power output. Standard USB sockets are also on hand for connecting your media devices and playing back stored photos or video.
Be more immersed in your movie, gaming or sports experience, with the Epson EH-TW7100.
Yes - Vertical +/- 60 %, Horizontal +/- 24 %
1920 x 1080 (with 4K Enhancement)
1.32 - 2.15:1
Maximum Screen Size
USB Type A x 2, USB Type Mini-B x 1
Power Consumption - Normal Use (W)
Power Consumption - Standby
Dimensions WxHxD (mm)
410 x 157 x 310
Model Number of 3D glasses supplied/required
Number of 3D Glasses Included
Rated 5 out of 5 by Aldrin1 from Fantastic projector! Love this Epson projector amazing picture quality! Great service from Richer Sounds Nottingham as always!
Date published: 2022-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by FranS99 from Excellent performance and value Not being that tech savvy I was anxious to find a replacement projector that was user friendly. I'd had my old one for at least 10 years. This is. And the quality of the image is excellent. But the best thing is knowing that Richer Sounds is only a phone call away if I have any questions. And tell me, how many other products have you bought lately that come with a 6 year guarantee?
Date published: 2022-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Epson EH-TW7100 dust blob Projector arrived with some internal damage to the inside of the packaging, when I put the projector on it showed a large greenish dust blob right hand corner, so questioned is it a used projector for it to have this problem. Have since returned and waiting for a refund still over a week later.
Date published: 2022-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kaiserchieftain from Fantastic Projector Having had Optoma's previously, I needed to change my projector and decided on the Epson EH-TW7100. I was going to plump for the 7000 which was the same cost as I had previously paid for my Optoma, but so glad I paid the extra. The picture is outstanding, and with the built in speakers and Bluetooth, it means I don't have to switch the full sound system on to play it, and I can also run a firestick straight out the unit. Operates really well in daylight too. Only downside is it comes with the largest remote control known to man!
Date published: 2022-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Blacktrapeze from Oustanding / thank you RS Outstanding projector! And such excellent service from Richer Sounds, as usual over the years. The Epson EH-TW7100 represents a very worthy upgrade from my previous excellent 1080p projector. More expensive than I had budgeted, but I made up the difference by painting a custom grey wall with homemade cinema paint (1 litre dark grey paint, 1 litre matt varnish, 237 ml acrylic heavy gel medium, 8 UK tablespoons of mica powder) which saved me the cost of a screen. Really quite incredible results between the two. Never happier with my projected image.
Date published: 2021-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Iain J from Great image - in dark and daylight I’ve had the projector for 1 week now and cannot imagine watching anything on my TV ever again ! Incredibly sharp image, plenty of pre-set options for image quality as well as the ability to go into the depths with gamma balance, tint etc etc. Bluetooth connection so easy. Image barrel correction so easy. And it’s quite easy to move around to the room where you want to watch - as long as you’ve got a long enough HDMI cable. (I’ve not tried the WiFi connection - need to purchase wifi dongle separately). It’s also quiet when operating on all settings except Cinema Bright - when the cooling fan picks up a bit, but is never intrusive. In any case, the ECO mode is good enough in a slightly dark room. We watched the F1 finale in a daylit room and it was just an immersive, wonderful experience. Excitement magnified !
Date published: 2021-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by Phil001 from A Powerful and Punchy Image Wow..this is a bright projector! I am using it on a 92 inch screen and sit 4 mts back. It is not in a dedicated blacked out room, there is always a very low level light on. The light reflected from a 1.0 gain screen into the room is surprising. I did all the usual calibrations but found that for brightness and contrast that I had to view a range of materials and adjust to match. Production values vary greatly between channels and individual programs and sources ie The great british bake off is over exposed and the gamma/black levels on Jonathon Ross are the opposite. A typical problem with Saturday night TV - is watching a dark jacketed Jonathon Ross then Match of the Day where light coloured and white shirt highlights can be burned out. I fiddled about with the gamma curve but it only gave subtle adjustments. In the end I have turned down the bulb to ECO, Brightness to 45, Contrast to 45 and Saturation to 40. Its a compromise to get watchable shadows and highlights. These are obviously personal preferences yours could vary greatly. Auto iris - leave it off, its too slow and cant do anything to any picture other than pure black. The native contrast of this PJ is really good anyway. Resolution and sharpness - There is inconsistency in the panel alignments that can't be fixed by the user. I think this is probably due to lcd panels that are not perfectly flat, a bit like a wavy screen. This manifests itself along grid lines in a patchy way, almost like chromatic abberation but can't be that. I fiddled with this for ages but its not a deal breaker, stepping back a meter I couldn't see the problems. 4k, does it show more detail than 1080p? With a test card yes, but step back a metre and you'd struggle to see it. I've tested a range of 4k HDR movies against their 1080p equivalents and I can see a slight benefit with some of them. Lens shift - good but not as good as my previous Epson PJ. If you are ceiling mounting this may give you a problem - If you use both horizontal and vertical adjustment you get a reduced range not mentioned in the specs which will throw your calculations out of the window. I also found the keystone adjustment awkward to get a result I was happy with. I didn't want to use it anyway. In the end some intense negotiation with my other half has resulted in me being allowed to reduce in size a pelmet which covers the pull down screen. HDR - Tested several sources - All I can say it that I am really impressed with the brightness and contrast of this PJ with standard material and HDR didn't really show much benefit if any. Although there are 16 levels of tone mapping I can't see anyone using anything outside 2-6, I'm currently using level 3. Not surprisingly my 12year HDMI lead would only show 1080 material. I've upgraded to an 8k optical 48gbps lead which has no problems passing 4k HDR material. Audio - surprisingly good if you dont want to use your surround sound system. Although I have found that it works sometimes and not others (not got to the bottom of that yet). Memory - For anyone that wants to have different settings for different material this is a really useful feature. Colour balance - I've not had chance to calibrate this properly yet but to my eyes its leans a little towards red. I've cooled the white balance setting a little for now. Out of the box Cinema, Natural and Bright Cinema are all well judged with only minor tweaking required to taste although if you're fussy like me it may take you a while to get there. I'm using Cinema as my base. Bright Cinema is really bright without looking unbalanced (but too bright for my room). 4K enhancement - haven't tested this as the PJ sees my sources as 4k and won't let me enable it even though the material may only be 1080. It requires me to set my source hardware as 1080 which I couldn't be bothered to do. Motion handling - Yes there is judder with some 4k material - frustrating TBH considering the price of this model. Motion handling doesn't require fancy algorithms and interpolation processing. It just needs a video processing chip capable of handling the increased volume of data. A good example is No Time to Die - fine in 1080 but struggling with pans in 4k. The 4k benefits of resolution and dynamic range are harder to see. Its more a projector that can accept 4k material and sometimes show its benefits. In summary this projector provides a lovely contrasty, bright and punchy image which is great to watch with almost any material or source. Its so powerful I'm sure it would be at home in a much larger room with a much bigger screen, it has plenty in reserve.
Date published: 2021-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michael c from Very pleased ABIT early really to review but just off first impressions only had it a week...very impressed with picture I'm using a 92inch saphire screen from richer sounds which I've owned for about 6 years due to previously purchasing the benq w1400.This Epson tw7100 straight out the box is defo a step up in picture quality and using a optical hdmi to my Denon 3700h reciever and then hdmi 2.1 to my ps5 I haven't noticed any latency playing games just a smooth responsive experience which is something you will appreciate when playing.i haven't tried 3d yet as my dlp glasses do not work with Epson being 3lcd.the projectors fan noise hardly noticeable.im looking to ceiling mount it in a 7.1.2 system very soon so haven't watched blueray movies yet ..all in all so far so good defenately recommend it and will give my full review once Ive properly used its features...richer sounds have been very helpful with my decisions thanks
Date published: 2021-04-07