On the front of the EX9200 Pro, the lens sits recessed behind the sliding cover, flanked on the left side by another Epson logo along with some fan cutouts. Just below the lens sits a convenient little kickstand that you can use to prop the projector up a bit. Inside of the EX9200 Pro, there’s a very bright 3200 lumen bulb powering content, with a contrast ratio of up to 15,000:1.
Projection system itself is DLP with a native resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 and a projection size ranging from 30 to 300 inches. Overall, the picture quality from the EX9200 Pro looked great in my testing. After some initial fiddling with the focus and adjusting screen size, the projector performed admirably.
Inside of the EX9200 Pro, there’s a very bright 3200 lumen bulb powering content, with a contrast ratio of up to 15,000:1. The projection system itself is DLP with a native resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 and a projection size ranging from 30 to 300 inches.
It is great to see wireless connectivity built into the EX9200 Pro, especially considering a lot of competing projectors require additional accessories to get the same options. And as tedious as the process may be, Epson has contained step by step instructions, along with a convenient QR code based setup make what could be a frustrating procedure fairly easy.
The EX9200 Pro characteristics some pretty great wireless connectivity as well. Setting it up is a little tedious, involving the installation of an Epson app and fiddling with WiFi settings, but it everything works great once it’s set up properly. Even better, in addition to pushing photos and documents from a mobile device or laptop to the projector, you can also use your device as a remote control.
The EX9200 Pro symbolizes an incredible balance b/w price and specialties.