The Epson Home Cinema 660 is one of three new projectors just announced by Epson. The three differ in a few small ways, with the Home Cinema 760HD and Home Cinema 1060 having higher resolution, and, of course, a higher price point. The three models make up Epson’s new value line of projectors and fall below $700.
At 3,300 lumens, the Home Cinema 660 is bright enough to shine through a considerable amount of ambient light. It has SVGA (800 x 600) resolution and decent connectivity, making this 3LCD projector one to consider if you’re looking for a projector that will fit your 4:3 aspect ratio screen.
In this First Look Review of the Epson Home Cinema 660, we will provide an overview of the product, as well as discuss the projector’s more exciting features and benefits, differences from the two other projectors in the line, and review the 660’s highlights.
Before we continue – what is a First Look Review? It’s something between our full-fledged reviews where we spend lots of time both watching projectors perform, and playing with the projector’s full feature set, and, the other extreme - putting up a manufacturer’s press release, as loaded with hype as they are, (as many sites do).
In some cases, our First Look Reviews are done after we have had a brief look at the projector – at our facility, typically for just a few days. Other times, such as this time, we haven’t had a chance to play with the projector. In such cases, our goal is to apply a mix of insight and common sense to describe how this projector might fit your needs.
This is something we like to do, especially when the projector is just announced, is expected to be very popular, and/or is a direct descendant (with limited differences) with a projector we’ve already reviewed. Enjoy!
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