A projector is a unique device that reproduces a graphical representation of your project or item on a large screen or surface. The projector can be used in a classroom for displaying photographs or videos to children. This presentation becomes enjoyable and the children can easily learn from it. With the projector, you can zoom in and zoom out the image to deliver the best view. The projector is flexible, durable, and portable to use. So, let’s compare the Epson 5040ub vs 6040ub, and choose which is better.
The Epson 5040ub is an excellent project which the capability of delivering enhanced 4K content. It offers a groundbreaking combination of colors, resolution, and contrast. This projector also delivers an ultimate entertainment experience. The Epson 6040ub offers the best 4K content when it is used. The projector delivers a balanced color brightness and lamp lifespan. The color combination and resolution of this projector is also great.
|Projected Output||HD, 2D, 3D, 1080p, 4K||HD, 2D, 3D, 1080p, 4K|
|Color and White brightness||2500 lumens||2500 lumens|
|Focal length||22.5 mm – 46.7 mm||–|
|Connector||HDMI, Mini USB, LAN, D-Sub 15 pin, RS-232c, and USB.||HDMI, Mini USB, LAN, D-Sub 15 pin, RS-232c, and USB.|
The Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub come with a 4K UHD widescreen resolution display. They come with a 4K Enhancement Technology that displays every detail. This 4K Enhancement Technology also offers the best entertainment experience by accepting non-4K content providing amazing images. They have a 100% of the 3-dimensional DCI-P3 color gamut, wider color gamut than Rec. 709, and digital camera standard feature.
They have a projection system with Epson 3LCD, 3-chip optical engine. Both projectors have a projection method of the rear, front, and ceiling mount. Their projected distance is between 50″ to 300″ and they have a projected output of HD, 2D, 3D, 1080p, and 4K.
The Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub come with a throw ratio range of 1.35 to 2.84. Both devices come with an Aspect ratio of 16:9 widescreen and it is also compatible with 4:3 Normal, Full, or Zoom modes. They have a pixel number of 2073600 dots. They are light-weighted and portable to use. The Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub both come with a fan noise of 20 to 31 dB.
They can be connected to other devices using the HDMI, Mini USB, LAN, D-Sub 15 pin, 3.5mm, RS-232c, and USB.
The Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub projectors have an F-number of between 2.0 to 3.0 and the zoom ratio of both projectors is 1.0 to 2.1. Both projectors have lens shift of vertical +/- 96.3 and horizontal +/-47.1. They come with a lens cover of the powered and slide lens shutter. The keystone correction of this projector is +/- 30 degrees (manual).
The Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub both have a color brightness of 2500 lumens and white brightness of 2500 lumens. They have a contrast ratio of up to 1,000,000:1 and color reproduction of up to 1.07 billion colors. The Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub also comes with full 10-bit color processing.
They come with a lamp type of 250 W UHE and up to 5,000 hours (Eco mode), up to 4,000 hours (Medium Mode), up to 3,500 hours (High mode).
The Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub both come with remote control for managing the projector from afar. They also come with security features like password protection and Kensington lock.
Both the Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub have some differences and these differences will be discussed below.
The Epson 5040 comes with a focal length of 22.5 mm – 46.7 mm and an including feet dimension of (20.5 (W) x 17.7 (D) x 7.6 (H)) inches and an excluding feet dimension of (20.5 (W) x 17.7 (D) x 6.7 (H)) inches. It weighs 24.3lb.
The Epson 6040ub has an including feet dimension of (20.5 (W) x 17.7 (D) x 6.7 (H)) inches. This projector also weighs 24.7lb.
Pros and Cons
Before our final verdict, we will go over a few pros and cons of the Epson 5040ub and the Epson 6040ub.