July 26th, 2018 at 11:00 am

Quality Output From a Reasonably Priced Epson Projector

Epson VS250 SVGA 3LCD: Epson has been the largest projector manufacturer in the market today and now with the VS250 ; you can enjoy more accurate and vibrant quality images that this brand has to offer.

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Costing only $299.99, Epson VS250 projector offers more performance and quality image resolution when compared with its competitors that fall in the same price range. With a brightness of 3200 lumens, Epson VS250 is specially designed to overcome ambient light while still maintaining the overall brightness and details in the dark areas of a given image. Its resolution also guarantees optimal clarity of images.

Regarding noise minimization, this projector scored high with a relatively low noise level (approximately 28 decibels) in comparison to other Epson VS series such as the Epson VS 240 that recorded 29 decibels. Yes, it’s not a significant difference but still a determining factor. However, this gadget is relatively heavier and consumes more power. Read on below to get the full detailed review of this amazing product.

Here Are Some Of The Best Features Of Epson VS250 SVGA Projector


Design and Features

Epson VS250 comes in an iconic black and white color design. This color enables it to blend easily with various home and office décor. Additionally, it’s reasonably sized measuring 11.9 x 3.2 x 9.2 inches and weighs 5.3 pounds. This makes it reasonably portable although it could have been designed to weigh much less.

The device features a horizontal key correction slider for squaring off images. This feature automatically aligns images to ensure that they appear in a perfect rectangular shape on the screen.

Another incredible feature with the Epson VS250 is the digital zoom function. Digital zoom is beneficial when the screen is positioned far from the project. Instead of moving the project, you just zoom in and out at your convenience.

True to what the manufacturer claims, this gadget has a long-lasting lamp life. When set to the normal mode, it can last up to 6000 hours, however, when in the ECO mode, this device can last through 10,000 hours of operation.

Performance

Despite its low price, Epson VS250 features one of the highest brightness levels. It has a native resolution of 800 by 600 which makes it particularly beneficial or efficient when it comes to doing presentations in an outdoor setting.

When it comes to the maximum image size that this projector can comfortably output without compromising its quality, we had to consider two factors during evaluation. The ambient lighting levels and nature of the screen.

Firstly, being an LCD model means that this gadget cannot project 3D images and videos (which is reasonable given its price). However, the good thing is, the LCD is less likely to be affected by the distracting rainbow artifacts.

Thus in a modest ambient lighting environment, the Epson VS250 SVGA projector managed to produce adequate brightness for considerably large images on a 12-15 feet wall. The image size could be increased a little bit in a darker lighting environment without compromising the image quality. Again if you wish to maintain the same brightness in a darker background as the one achieved in a moderate lighting environment without resizing the image size, you can switch to Eco mode.

Audio

Epson VS250 lacks the Bluetooth connectivity thus you will be required to connect to an external audio system. It is, however, compliant with the iProjection app which enables you to project it wirelessly from a smartphone.

If you wish to enhance audibility while still concentrating on the quality of the sound produced, then consider connecting to a stereo audio system. The volume control featured by this projector is sufficient for a mid-sized room.

Connectivity and ease of setup

Epson VS250 offers a wide range of connectivity options. It includes an HDMI port to allow connectivity with gadgets such as laptops, USB ports used for USB plug and play and RCA jacks to facilitate both audio and video transfer. Using the product manual, you can quickly set up the device.

Advantages and Disadvantages


Pros:

  • Password protect feature to prevent unauthorized people from accessing the device.
  • Offers 3200 color and white brightness which is considerably high when compared to other projectors in its price range.
  • Features digital zoom functions and keystone correction.
  • Reasonably long lasting lamp life

Cons:

  • Has average native speakers

Wrapping it up


Epson prides itself on the satisfaction of their customers, and this is evident in the level of performance and quality of pictures offered by Epson VS250 SVGA projector. You can also use it in your backyard for outdoor movies. 

Despite the average native speakers and lack of Bluetooth connectivity, you can still deliver a compelling presentation using this sleek projector. With a 3200 lumen color and white brightness and simple image adjustments, you can achieve better quality images that are impossible to meet with some more expensive Epson VS projectors.