Epson Home Cinema 1060

Epson Home Cinema 1060
Brand Epson Aspect Ratio 16:9 REMOTE CONTROL true Manual home-cinema-1060.pdf Weight, Kg/pounds 2.70/5.95 Native Resolution 1920 x 1080
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Features 4.8
Performance 4.9
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Epson Home Cinema 1060: Full HD Projector with Rich Colors and Versatile Connectivity

Epson Home Cinema 1060

If you’re looking for the bright home theater projector that supports Full HD and wireless connectivity and won’t empty your pocket, take a closer look at the Epson - Home Cinema 1060 1080p 3LCD projector - white model. This unit ensures optimal color balance and saturation in any environment, from completely dark to well-lit rooms, and is free from the rainbow effect present in the DLP-based models of the same price tier.

With this projector, you can hook up multiple devices including the streaming appliances. The installation options are many thanks to the multiple regulation mechanisms available (lens adjustment, keystone regulation, zoom).

Design

Design isn’t the primary highlight of the Epson Home Cinema 1060 review, while there are some features differing this model from others. The box is small and would fit any cabinet with a height of 3.6 inches (it’s 11.9 inches wide and 9.9 inches deep). The top panel has typical for Epson projectors controls including the navigation buttons set and zoom, focus and operation modes switches and dials. The front panel has the elongated lens window and the small grill with a curved shape at the corner.

The unit has rubberized feet ensuring its stable position when installed on the table top or a shelf. It weighs just 5.6 lbs, which makes it portable and easy-to-mount on the ceiling and other mounting positions. The included remote is multifunctional, with the color-coded sets of buttons.

Features

The Epson Home Cinema 1060 creates 2 million pixels supporting the 1080p video format. With the brightness of 3,100 lumens, it surpasses many competitor models. The absence of 3D compatibility, though, might become a deal-breaker for some users.

The picture can be zoomed 1.2X, and the throw distance on this projector is quite short. The detailed and sharp 100-inch image is reached at a distance of 7.2ft, which makes the device suitable for small rooms. Both lens and keystone on the Epson 1060 can be regulated vertical and horizontally ensuring the square display at various mounting positions.

The wireless connectivity is represented by built-in Wi-Fi used for screen mirroring and streaming (through relevant appliances). The physical ports make two HDMI (one with MHL protocol) ports, the USB type A and service ports, component and composite inputs, the VGA port. The integrated mono speaker has 2W capacity.

Performance

The highlight of the Epson 1060 review is its high brightness that makes both colored and white fragments look solid and natural. The brightness distribution is even over the screen, without washed out or poorly detailed spotsThe wide color gamut exceeding 1 billion colors results in the multiple hues with fine detail and smooth transitions. Blacks, however, aren’t that impressive and might seem blurred or washed out in the well-lit room.

The HC1060 has good contrast, which is subject to the picture mode chosen. In the Cinema mode, the contrast is the highest, while the Eco mode might result in dirty effect for grey shades. The color accuracy is high, while in the brightest mode, the greens might feel a bit oversaturated.

The speaker used on Epson 1060 projector is audible in the small room but can be easily overlapped with the ambient noise or diffused in larger space. The unit might emit noticeable noise at high load (37 dB) but turn very quiet in the Eco mode (28 dB).

The projector features a fast response and works well as a PC display. Meanwhile, the 50ms input lag is too big for dynamic video games.

Our Verdict

Table Of Content

Overall

4.9

Features

4.8

Performance

4.9

Overall

4.9

Rated 4.9 Out off 5.0*

Features

4.8

Rated 4.8 Out off 5.0*

The Epson Home Cinema 1060 creates 2 million pixels supporting the 1080p video format. With the brightness of 3,100 lumens, it surpasses many competitor models. The absence of 3D compatibility, though, might become a deal-breaker for some users. The picture can be zoomed 1.2X, and the throw distance on this projector is quite short. The detailed and sharp 100-inch image is reached at a distance of 7.2ft, which makes the device suitable for small rooms. Both lens and keystone on the Epson 1060 can be regulated vertical and horizontally ensuring the square display at various mounting positions. The wireless connectivity is represented by built-in Wi-Fi used for screen mirroring and streaming (through relevant appliances). The physical ports make two HDMI (one with MHL protocol) ports, the USB type A and service ports, component and composite inputs, the VGA port. The integrated mono speaker has 2W capacity.

Performance

4.9

Rated 4.9 Out off 5.0*

The highlight of the Epson 1060 review is its high brightness that makes both colored and white fragments look solid and natural. The brightness distribution is even over the screen, without washed out or poorly detailed spots. The wide color gamut exceeding 1 billion colors results in the multiple hues with fine detail and smooth transitions. Blacks, however, aren’t that impressive and might seem blurred or washed out in the well-lit room. The HC1060 has good contrast, which is subject to the picture mode chosen. In the Cinema mode, the contrast is the highest, while the Eco mode might result in dirty effect for grey shades. The color accuracy is high, while in the brightest mode, the greens might feel a bit oversaturated. The speaker used on Epson 1060 projector is audible in the small room but can be easily overlapped with the ambient noise or diffused in larger space. The unit might emit noticeable noise at high load (37 dB) but turn very quiet in the Eco mode (28 dB).

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Portable and lightweight
  • Flexible screen size
  • 3D capability

Cons

  • Higher price point

Specification

Settings

Keystone Adjustment Vertical, +- Degrees

30

Keystone Adjustment Horizontal, +- Degrees

30

Properties

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Input Lag, Ms

50

Projection Distance, M/ft

1.1 - 4.1/3.2 - 13.1

Noise Level, DBA

37

Projection Screen Size, Inch

50 - 150

Projection System

3LCD

Pixel Number

2073600

Color Reproduction

1.07 billion

Throw Ratio Range

1.35 - 1.64

Contrast Ratio

15000:1

Brightness, Lumens

3100

Power Consumption, W

315

Lamp

Lamp Life (normal Mode), Hours

4500

Lamp Type, W

210

Lamp Life (eco Mode), Hours

7500

Connectivity

Ethernet (RJ45)

SPDIF (optical)

Audio Output (3.5mm)

Audio Input (3.5mm)

USB (service)

1

Audio Input (RCA)

1

USB

1

Composite Video Input (RCA)

1

12V Trigger

VGA Input

1

RS232 (DB-9pin)

MHL

AUDIO

Sound Type

mono

Speaker Power, W

2

Integrated Speakers

Lens

Zoom Ratio

1.2x

Lens Shift

vertical +/- 15%, horizontal +/- 15%

Focal Length, Mm

18.2 - 29.2

F-number

1.58 - 1.7

Dimensions

Weight, Kg/pounds

2.70/5.95

Size W X H X D, сm/inches

24.38 x 29.72 x 8.13/9.6 x 11.7 x 3.2

FEATURES

Projection Method

front, rear, ceiling mount, tabletop

Security

Kensington lock, password protection

3D

Mouse Functions

REMOTE CONTROL

Resolution

Resolution Abbreviation

Full HD

Max Resolution (resized)

1920 x 1200

Native Resolution

1920 x 1080

User Manual

Manual

home-cinema-1060.pdf

Operating Temperature

Max, C/F

35/95

Min, C/F

5/41

Video Compatibility

SECAM

PAL

NTSC