Features and technical details
A customer favorite gets a smart upgrade Epson has a knack for making projectors that perform great in real-world family rooms, not just dedicated home theaters. The Home Cinema 2250's predecessor was a favorite projector of our customers and employees alike. This updated version takes its built-in Wi-Fi up a notch by adding the Android TV streaming platform, so you can access services like Netflix, YouTube, and HBO without having to hook up a separate source component. And you can even search for content using your voice thanks to the remote's built-in Google Assistant. Bright enough for the real world Many projectors are designed for use in dark rooms, which is not something everyone can achieve. But the 2250 is even brighter than the previous model, so it's great for normal living rooms with less-optimal lighting as well as home theaters with really big screens. But if you can get your room theater-dark, you'll really appreciate this projector's picture contrast and black levels. Try one of its lower-light color modes and turn on the "auto iris" feature for even more impressive contrast and deeper blacks in dark scenes. Either way you'll get rich, realistic colors thanks to Epson's 3-LCD design with separate red, green, and blue image chips and 10-bit color processing. Put it almost anywhere Whether you place the 2250 on a table or mount it on the ceiling, the projector's vertical "lens shift" controls can help you achieve a perfectly true image. And horizontal keystone adjustments can assist if the best mounting spot is a little bit off-center. It's also compatible with rear projection. For the best picture quality from any projector, we recommend using a projector screen .