Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5020UBe 3D LCD Projector Specs

Type: Three-chip LCD
Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080
3D: Yes
Rated Lamp Life: Up to 4,000 hours (Normal); up to 5,000 hours (Eco)
Dynamic Iris: Yes
Lens Shift: Horizontal/Vertical (manual)
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 17.7 x 5.4 x 14.2
Weight (pounds): 16.5
Price: $3,000 (2 pair 3D glasses included; replacement lamp: $300; extra 3D glasses: $99/pair)

Inputs: Video: HDMI 1.3 (2), component video (1), RGB HD15 (1), composite video (1)
Additional: RS-232 (service, 1), 12-volt trigger (1)

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lensshift's picture

Can Thomas please post the calibrated settings on this page like they did for the Epson 8350 review? I used those settings in my theater for the 8350 and they were spot on. I now have the 5020UBe and would like to know what he changed the settings to.



Bob Ankosko's picture
Settings for the Epson PowerLite 5020UB3 3D LCD projector have been posted.
Arnold_Layne's picture

your new 5020UB to your 8350. I'm considering the same upgrade. I have a VAPEX 106" 1.1 gain screen and may move up to the 120" at the same time.
I do like the 8350, but yes, the black levels are not great. OTOH, I don't have a comparison.

Jarod's picture

Don't even bother. Every time I ask Tom something he rarely, rarely will reply.

Rob Sabin's picture
Guys, we'll get these up shortly. Check back in a day or two!
lensshift's picture

To Mr. Sabin and Mr. Ankosko, thank you for taking the time to post the setting used in the review. Can't wait to try them out today. All the best.


DBDALY's picture

Purchased this unit 3 years ago, both temp and bulb light flash now. Took it to an authorized repair center. Epson says to send it in, cost about 900.00 to possible fix it. What a disappointment after spending good money on a unit that lasts 3 years. They tell me average life span on the unit is 3 to 5 years max. Anyone have similar? Maybe Epson units are not worth buying??