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A projector provides bigger images that are less straining and more comfortable. The projector offers great image quality and comes in a compact size. The size of the projector is convenient for it to be placed on any flat surface and it can also be easy to store when not in use. Projectors are light weighted and easy to transport. The projector can be used for movie nights because of its unique reflecting light. So, let’s compare the Epson 5030ub vs 6030ub, and choose which is better.
The Epson 5030ub is a unique projector with a great cinematic viewing experience whenever it is used. It offers Full HD 1080p performance in 3D or 2D which is great for movies, video games, sporting events, and more. It produces brilliant and comes with a contrast ratio of 600,000:1. The Epson 6030ub offers stunning 2D and 3D images in Full HD 1080p which is great for outdoor viewing. It provides quality images and it is convenient to use. The Epson 6030ub comes with the widest lens shift available and a full suite of intuitive features.
|3 LCD Technology||Yes||Yes|
|Projected Output||HD, 2D, 3D, Full HD 1080p||HD, 2D, 3D, Full HD 1080p|
|Color and White brightness||2400 lumens||2400 lumens|
|Focal length||22.5 mm – 47.2 mm||22.5 mm – 47.2 mm|
|Connector||HDMI, VGA, RCA, Audio 3.5mm Jack, and USB||HDMI, VGA, RCA, Audio 3.5mm Jack, and USB|
The Epson 5030ub and the Epson 6030ub can connect to other devices using the HDMI, VGA input, RCA (Composite video input), RCA (component), and RS-232c.
Both projectors have an ECO mode of up to 5000 hours and a Normal mode of up to 4000 hours. The Lamp types of both devices are 230 W UHE. They come with a color brightness of 2400 lumens and white brightness of 2400 lumens.
The Epson 5030ub and the Epson 6030ub come with a Full 1080p HD widescreen resolution display. The color processing of both projectors is 10 bit and they have a 2-Dimensional or 3-Dimensional Picture display. The aspect ratio of both projectors is Native 16:9 widescreen and they are compatible with an aspect ratio of 4:3. Both projectors have a unique color reproduction of 1.07 billion colors. They have a keystone correction of vertical +/-30 degrees (manual) and a contrast ratio of up to 600,000:1.
The Epson 5030ub and the Epson 6030ub come with a sleek design that is portable, attractive, and light-weighted features. They both have a weight of 18.4lb and an including feet dimension of (18.34 (W) x 15.5 (D) x 6.2 (H)) inches and excluding feet dimension (18.34 (W) x15.6 (D) x 5.5 (H)) inches.
They have an Epson 3LCD, 3-Chip optical engine for effective projection. Also, they come with projection methods such as front, rear, and ceiling mount and driving methods such as Epson Poly-silicon TFT Active Matrix, 0.74-inch wide panel. Both devices come with a pixel number of 2,073,600 dots. Both projectors also come with a throw ratio range of 1.34 to 2.87 and a projection distance of 30 – 300 inches. The projected output of both devices is HD, 2D, 3D, 1080p.
Both projectors have a zoom ratio of 1.0 – 2.1 and a focal length of 22.5 mm – 47.2 mm. They have a lens shift of vertical +/- 96.3 and horizontal of +/- 47.1 and F-number of between 1.58 – 1.72. They also come with a powered lens cover and slide lens shutter.
The Epson 5030ub and the Epson 6030ub comes with remote control for convenient use. The remote control offers an operating distance of 32 feet (10 meters) with front and rear directional. They also come with security features like password protection and Kensington lock. Both devices also come with a noise level of between 22 dB to 32 dB.
So, let’s take a look at their differences.
This Epson 5030ub projector comes with white case color.
The Epson 6030ub comes with a black case color.
The Epson 5030ub has a two-year limited warranty and toll-free support.
The Epson 6030ub has a three-year limited warranty and toll-free support.
Pros and Cons
Before our final verdict, we will go over a few pros and cons of the Epson 5030ub and the Epson 6030ub.