A projector is a unique device that delivers brighter colors for home entertainment or project presentation. They come with a great contrast ratio and throw ratio range. The projector is available in HD, 2D, 3D, 4K, or 1080p. They’re light-weighted and easy to carry from one location to another. The projector delivers brilliant images for game streaming, watching movies, presenting a project, and more. So, let us compare the Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500, and choose which is better.
The Epson 3000 comes with 2300 lumens of color brightness and 2300 lumens for white brightness. It comes with a 3-chip technology that offers brilliant images and true colors whenever it is used. The Epson 3500 has a great zoom lens and contrast ratio. It comes with excellent colors and delivers unbelievable 2D and 3D entertainment. This projector is easy and flexible to use.
The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 projectors come with a sleek style, shape, and a projected distance of 30″ to 300″. They have an Aspect ratio of 16:9 widescreen. Both projectors also come with a throw ratio range of 1.32 (Zoom: Wide) to 2.15 (Zoom: Tele). The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 have a pixel number of 2073600 dots. Both projectors have a projection system of 3LCD, 3-chip technology that provides amazing video quality with no effect. They have a noise level of between 24 dB to 35 dB and both projectors are light-weighted and portable to use. The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 both weigh 14.9lb and a remote control operating distance of 32 ft (10m). They come with similar including feet dimensions of (16.1 (W) x 12.6 (D) x 6.4 (H)) inches.
The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 comes with a Full 1080p HD widescreen resolution display. The resolution display offers excellent picture quality with clear detail. Both projectors come with HD, 2D, 3D, and Full HD 1080p projected output.
You can connect to other devices using the HDMI, VGA, RCA (Composite video input), RCA (Audio input), Audio output (3.5mm jack), D-sub 15 pin, Mini USB, Trigger out, RS-232c, and USB.
The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 both have a color processing of full 10 bit and color reproduction of up to 1.07 billion colors.
Both projectors have an F-number of between 1.51 to 1.99 and a focal length of between 18.2 to 29.2 mm. The zoom ratio of both devices is 1.0 to 1.6 (manual) and they have a lens shift of vertical +/- 60% and horizontal of +/- 24%.
The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 have a lamp type of 250 W UHE and a lamp life of up to 5000 hours (ECO mode) and up to 3500 hours (Normal mode).
They come with a keystone correction of vertical +/- 30 degrees (auto) and horizontal +/- 30 degrees (Slide bar). The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 come with remote control for easy control and they have security features like password protection and Kensington lock. The methods of projecting both devices are front, ceiling mount, and rear for convenient viewing.
The Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500 both come with a 2-year warranty.
|3 LCD Technology||Yes||Yes|
|Projected Output||HD, 2D, 3D, Full HD 1080p||HD, 2D, 3D, Full HD 1080p|
|Color and White brightness||2300 lumens||2500 lumens|
|Contrast ratio||Up to 60,000:1||Up to 60,000:1|
|Focal length||18.2 – 29.2 mm||18.2 – 29.2 mm|
|Connector||HDMI, VGA, RCA (Composite video input), RCA (Audio input), Audio output (3.5mm jack), D-sub 15 pin, Mini USB, Trigger out, RS-232c, and USB||HDMI, VGA, RCA (Composite video input), RCA (Audio input), Audio output (3.5mm jack), D-sub 15 pin, Mini USB, Trigger out, RS-232c, and USB|
So, we would take a look at their differences.
This projector features 2300 lumens of color brightness and 2300 lumens of white brightness. It also comes with a contrast ratio of up to 60,000:1.
The Epson 3500 comes with a color brightness of 2500 lumens and white brightness of 2500 lumens. It also has a contrast ratio of up to 70,000:1.
This projector does not have an integrated speaker.
This Epson 3500 has two integrated 10 W stereo speakers. These built-in stereo speakers provide superb sound quality whenever it is used. The sound quality delivers an enjoyable cinematic experience.
Pros and Cons
Before our final verdict, we will go over a few pros and cons of the Epson 3000 and the Epson 3500.