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Anyone know when these will be released here?

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April at this stage.

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There will be an Australian launch in February, with stock shipping in March (from the horse's mouth).

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Earlier the better, looking forward to see what the new model can do.

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Me too. I like the sound of improved HDR

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20 minutes ago, HDobsession said:

Me too. I like the sound of improved HDR

have they done something to improve its HDR ? just the 18 gbps chips set isnt it that new model brings ? or is it something else as well as updates ? 

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39 minutes ago, betty boop said:

have they done something to improve its HDR ? just the 18 gbps chips set isnt it that new model brings ? or is it something else as well as updates ? 

The New Epson Projector models should be available in Australia soon, 
Key features EH-TW7400 EH-TW9400 EH-TW9400W
4K-big screen experience
PRO-UHD technology
UHD BD & HDR support
HDR formats HDR10 HDR10, Hybrid Log Gamma, 4K/60p HDR with 18Gbps support HDR10, Hybrid Log Gamma, 4K/60p HDR with 18Gbps support
Powered lens shift of +/-96.3% vertical and +/-47.1% horizontal
Equally high White and Colour Light Output of: 2,400lm 2,600lm 2,600lm
High contrast ratio for deeper blacks 200,000:1 1,200,000:1 1,200,000:1
Motorised focus and zoom (2.1x)
Supported Colour Space (DCI)
HDMI x2 (1x HDCP2.2 & 1x HDCP1.4), RJ45, RS232c and Trigger Out
4K WiHD Transmitter – 4K over Wi-Fi x x
2D & 3D capable
Enjoy exceptional image quality with Epson’s 3LCD technology
All the detail enhancement features of our existing range, including: ISF
High-speed motion response for crisp images in fast-moving scenes
Large screen size – up to 300 inches
Long lamp life of 5,000 hours in ECO mode
USB rechargeable active shutter glasses for 3D viewing (not included)

 

 

 

Edited by Serentity

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I also believe they have a new 3LCD chip in the new 9400 model?>

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some differences in contrast and lumen between the two models :)

 

https://www.epson.com.au/products/projector/EH-TW9300_Specs.asp

 

https://www.epson.de/en/products/projectors/home-cinema/eh-tw9400#specifications

 

appears to be still using the D9 panels going back to the 9000 series I had ? no doubt new 18 gbps chip set

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Just a warmed over version of the 9300, still, pretty good PJ for the money!

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11 hours ago, betty boop said:

some differences in contrast and lumen between the two models :)

 

https://www.epson.com.au/products/projector/EH-TW9300_Specs.asp

 

https://www.epson.de/en/products/projectors/home-cinema/eh-tw9400#specifications

 

appears to be still using the D9 panels going back to the 9000 series I had ? no doubt new 18 gbps chip set

Bugger I was hoping the '0.74 inch with MLA (D9)' was getting upgraded to!! 

 

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24 minutes ago, oztheatre said:

Just a warmed over version of the 9300, still, pretty good PJ for the money!

Looking forward to see what the street price will be on the 9400, as if its only a minor upgrade over the 9300 (Still a major upgrade over my 9000) it might be worth looking at second hand JVCs in the new year.

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12 hours ago, Serentity said:

Looking forward to see what the street price will be on the 9400, as if its only a minor upgrade over the 9300 (Still a major upgrade over my 9000) it might be worth looking at second hand JVCs in the new year.

I think it's still best value for money PJ under 4500-5000$ and can be had for much less than that too.

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Oh,i dont know about that.

JVC 7900 for around the 5k mark is much better bang for the buck.

I think my old x35 is probably better for standard bluray watching then the epson

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On 14/12/2018 at 3:25 PM, mercury10 said:

Oh,i dont know about that.

JVC 7900 for around the 5k mark is much better bang for the buck.

I think my old x35 is probably better for standard bluray watching then the epson

Yeah I'm talking about current projectors. The Epson can be had for 3600, the X7900 was 5430 so almost 2K more.

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here's a video of the 9400 for those interested......excuse the german.

 

 

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Just spoke to AIM Digital and they said they haven't heard from distributer about the 9400 being in stock yet. I have the 9300W and for the 4K 60Hz in the 9400W I would probably upgrade if I could sell the 9300W for $2800. I really like my epson. 

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I’ve heard from a supplier that it would be around april. But no firm date yet

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Their is a Australian review on the New Epson 9400 projector from Sound and Image Magazine, worth reading if you are looking at buying one. (Mag Vol.32#3) 

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On 24/04/2019 at 7:19 PM, Serentity said:

Their is a Australian review on the New Epson 9400 projector from Sound and Image Magazine, worth reading if you are looking at buying one. (Mag Vol.32#3) 

Yes serenity ; I actually like the fact there is I 18gbps hdmi and 1 1.4 input as there has been some incompatibility with older chipsets plugging into hdmi2.0 lately .. Stephen notes a few deinterlacing queries with 50i so pick the right film/video algorithm :)

https://www.avhub.com.au/product-reviews/sound-image/epson-eh-tw9400w-projector-review-523898

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6 hours ago, HDobsession said:

Ive bneen reading responses from AVS. https://www.avforums.com/threads/epson-tw9400-7400.2186048/page-97 I'll be selling my 9300W with 2 3D glasses when the 9400W arrives. Cant wait!

HDobsession I bel you can buy them now, Check https://www.westcoasthifi.com.au/  or https://clefhifi.com.au/catalog/index.php , most likely other stores will have them soon as well, the two mentioned were the first two that came up in the search.

 

 

 

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Having had both an X35 and a 9300, the 9300 is way better for standard Blu-ray content.

 

I'm not sure if it is worth upgrading to the 9400 or not? I mostly watch UHD BD content.

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