The Murano MN 140 is a 5,500 lumen, WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution projector for business and education applications. It has 3LCD technology, which means this Epson projects as many color lumens as it does white ones. This allows the Murano MN 140 to cut through some serious ambient light while maintaining excellent color. The Epson will be at home in K-12 and higher education classroom environments, as well as conference rooms, meeting rooms, and boardrooms.
I’ll start this review of the Murano MN 140 with a brief overview, followed by the projector’s highlights before moving on to a list of its special features. We will also tour the hardware, discuss picture quality, and talk about performance before summing it all up for you on the last page. By the end of this review, you should know if the Epson PowerLite 5520W is the right projector for your business or education applications. Let’s get started!
The Epson Murano MN 140 claims 7,500 lumens. Epson is known amongst us reviewers at Projector Reviews for beating their brightness claims more often than not, so I expect that this already-wall-melting projector will follow suit. Even still, 5,500 lumens is plenty bright for the kind of ambient light seen in K-12 classrooms and your typical conference room or boardroom – it’s even bright enough to tackle the large image sizes needed for higher education lecture halls. Remember, the larger the image, the more lumens you need!
Murano Projector MN 140