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Epson PowerLite 76c

Epson PowerLite 76c
alaScore 81

65 reviews

Aug, 2018

We have collected and analysed 3 expert reviews and 62 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 74/100 and users rate it 95/100. The average review date is 08-03-2007. We have compared these reviews to 137294 reviews from other Projectors. The alaScore™ for this product is 81/100 = Very good. Last update: 15-08-2018.

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Expert review by : Richard Jantz (

Epson America Epson Powerlite 76C Projector


The Epson PowerLite 76c ($999, as of January 18, 2006) is a fine choice for budget-minded business buyers who also want a crossover unit for home use. Rated at 2000 lumens, this 5.7-pound LCD model is bright enough for use in small and medium-size...

Bargain price ; No fan cool down required

Image quality is pedestrian

The remote includes digital zoom, a pointer (with three different shapes), and a convenient picture mode button for cycling through the many preset choices. Another convenience is a help button that tells you which adjustments to use to correct any...

Feb, 2006

Expert review by : Richard Jantz (

Epson PowerLite 76c LCD Projector (1024x768, 2000 Lumens, 400:1, HDTV Compatible)


Photograph: Rick Rizner, Chris Manners

Bargain price ; No fan cool down required

Image quality is pedestrian

A low price and numerous features make this model rise to the top; however, its text and graphics images could be sharper.

Feb, 2006

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Epson PowerLite 76c


Although the Epson PowerLite 76c ($999 direct) offers XGA (1,024-by-768) resolution where the PowerLite S3 is just a VGA (1,024-by-768) projector, the two are similar in spirit. Both come at budget prices without serious corner-cutting. They're also...

Reasonably bright. Very good image quality. Relatively light weight. Low price for the resolution. Well-designed onscreen menus

Needed manual adjustment of the image in our tests. The remote is hard to use

There are lots of reason to like the 76c, not the least of which is its price.

Consumer review (

Im happy with it


I like it, I'm happy with it, with there were more inputs but oh well. I made it work. For a office use projector it does awesome for all around use.

Extremely bright image. Actually turned it down to the lower lumens and it's still bright. I'm curious as to how long the lamp will last. Roommates are just chewing it away playing XBOX 360 through VGA HD! It's awesome! Movies look outstanding, HD or...

Remote has some button issues. As long as I can turn it on and off I'm happy. Limited inputs but it's not designed for home theatre as much as it is office

Nov, 2006

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Newegg is very very quicjk & dependable - Ordered on Wednesday, ahd the item by Friday afternoon!!!

I've seen pictures projected by a few projectors, and this one is just too good! Amazing clarity & brightness

Gets a bit hot

Mar, 2006

Product Specifications


Built in speaker: Yes
Number of speakers:Mono


Horizontal synchronization range:15-92 kHz
Vertical synchronization range:50-85 Hz


Component (3xRCA) input:1
Wireless connection: No



Image resolution

Aspect ratio:4:3
Brightness:2000 ANSI Lumen
Contrast (full on/off):400 :1
Maximum resolution:SXGA (1280x1024)
Standard Resolution:1024x768 XGA
Supporting aspect ratios:
True Widescreen: No


Digital zoom possibilities: No


Depth (in):9.69 in
Height (in):3.9 in
Weight (lb):5.73 lb
Width (in):12.0 in


Full HD (1920x1080): No
HDTV ready: Yes


Audible noise:36 db
Audible noise (whisper mode):30
Lamp effect:170 Watts
Lamp life:2000 h
Manufacturer warranty (lamp excluded):2 years
Power consumption:250 Watts