Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now. Epson has been a leader in integrating projectors into digital infrastructures for almost a decade, with wired and wireless networking capabilities that afford both remote administration and digital-image connectivity. LCD panels, and it comes in a 15lb.
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While the image quality of the Epson G is equal to or better than any of its competitors, its brightness and features really make it stand out in its class. The G is rated at lumens. This is somewhat unusual for Epson projectors, as they usually meet or exceed their rated output.
In Game mode the brightest , I measured lumens at mid-zoom range. At full wide zoom, this increased to lumens. While not close to its lumen rating, it was still very bright. Using Presentation mode, the output dropped from to lumens. Photo mode, another mode that might be popular, resulted in a drop to lumens. Other modes were as follows: Theater — lumens, sRGB — lumens, Text — lumens, Sports which takes the place of Photo with a video input — , Customized which allows for individual adjustment of primary and secondary colors — lumens and Blackboard specifically designed with a color balance to work with school blackboards the lowest at lumens.
With Game mode, this still gives you a possible lumens which is more than enough with some ambient light control.
The Powerlite Pro GNL is bright enough for larger venues, including small auditoriums, hotel ballrooms and meeting rooms of all sizes. The projector was set up in the room above, with windows open but no sun coming directly in , and the ceiling lights at full brightness. That includes the front halogen spot lamp which points right at the screen to illuminate a painting when the screen is up. Despite the daylight and full lights the screen is by far the brightest part of the picture.
In other words the lighting is barely noticeable, and looks dark, despite the room being fairly bright. The image above was taken with the lighting conditions shown in these two photos. The G, with the addition of an optional wireless module, allows for wireless connection to any desktop or laptop with While we were not able to test the wireless capability of the G, it uses the same wireless module and software as the previously reviewed Epson W, so any comments about wireless connectively, other than the quick connect USB key feature of the W, apply to the G as well.
Basically, as we noted with the W, if you display video on a regular basis, plan on using a wired connection. The wireless connection can be obtained in an Ad Hoc point-to-point mode or with a wireless access point WAP to allow others on the network to access it.
When you do use a wired connection, you get a host of features and control options. In addition to the usual remote monitoring including email notification and admin features, you get the ability to have multiple projectors on the network contribute to the presentation. The EasyMP software allows the user to switch between other computers on the network, allowing display of Powerpoint or Keynote slides or other images from remote computer locations. The Epson GNL has a typical amount of noise for a projector of this type in high brightness mode 38 dB.
By comparison, many home theater projectors have this level of noise in their bright modes and noise is the bane of home theater enthusiasts. Basically, for a projector this bright that is intended to be permanently installed away from viewers, the noise level is not an issue. Advance projector search. Brightness The G is rated at lumens.
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While the image quality of the Epson G is equal to or better than any of its competitors, its brightness and features really make it stand out in its class. The G is rated at lumens. This is somewhat unusual for Epson projectors, as they usually meet or exceed their rated output. In Game mode the brightest , I measured lumens at mid-zoom range.
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