Superb picture quality.
Ground-breaking iris technology.
Excellent motion processing.
Super Resolution processing needs work.
Not the prettiest projector in town.
By Tech Digest on March 30, 2011
A sturdy, no-nonsense build, the curved black chassis of the EH-TW5500 is an intimidating 360 x 450 x 136 mm. It's not frilly, but will comfortable sit among most cinema set-ups, be it floor or ceiling mounted thanks to its non-reflective matte...100
By Gadget Guy Australia on October 14, 2010
Epson presently has six home theatre projectors available in its Australian line-up, three of them offering full high definition resolution. The top two: the EH-TW4500 and the EH-TW5500 are very similar to each other, with the $500 more expensive...90
By Whathifi.com on April 23, 2010
knows what it's doing when it comes to making projectors. The world's largest manufacturer of LCD designs has a huge line-up, and they've been well-received, too. This model is one of a range that has quietly but confidently impressed us in...80
By TechRadar on March 30, 2010
While LCD has its place in the projection world, and many dedicated followers, I've long felt that its inherent weakness – black level response – makes it a problematic technology to use at the higher end of the market. Epson, though, is...100
By DigitalVersus on March 29, 2010
Our Settings If you want to set this projector up quickly, use the settings we give here, which are based on HD mode. For a more highly-tuned calibration, follow the instructions based on natural mode that we give at the end of the test.The iris is...100
By PC Authority on February 26, 2010
The Epson is a fine proposition, but the class leaders on either side of this price point represent better value...83
By Televisions on February 04, 2010
Man, that’s quite a projector! Numerous small improvements on its predecessor result in an impressive overall performance. Even our experienced reviewers were left speechless by the...-
By Technical Image Press Association on January 01, 2010
The Epson EH-TW5500 reaches an outstanding contrast ratio of 200,000:1 and incorporates 3LCD panel technology, delivering images that are sharp, bright and crystal clear. In addition, ISF certification allows the video projector to be calibrated by...-
By Stuff.tv on November 21, 2009
Epson’s flagship projector proves in no uncertain terms that LCD fully deserves a seat at the high-end home cinema table...100
By Trusted Reviews on September 22, 2009
If youre one of the growing number of people no longer finding their home cinema/gaming obsessions satisfied by a TV, youve got a rather exciting three months ahead. For the run up to Christmas is set to herald the release of an unprecedented...90