Epson has unleashed a pair of 4K laser projectors, with HDMI 2.1 ports, designed for house cinema enjoyable and a few large display, low-lag gaming. The Epson EH-LS12000B and Epson EH-LS11000W are HDR10+ prepared, and raring to go.
On the core of those units is an all-new 4K picture processing chip and Epson’s 3LCD projection know-how. This makes use of a distinct panel for every of the RGB streams, with no color wheel required and, hopefully, no rainbow fringing to the on-screen image both. Movement processing and picture sharpening filters are additionally included.
The laser mild sources assist to create a claimed dynamic distinction of two,500,000:1. The one distinction between the 2 projectors is that the Epson EH-LS12000B is able to a light-weight output of 2700 lumens whereas the Epson EH-LS11000W is rather less vibrant at 2500 lumens.
The star of the present for each, although, is the low-lag gaming promise. That comes courtesy of an HDMI 2.1 port which is appropriate with the 4K@120Hz gaming of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, and the most recent gaming PCs. Epson claims enter lag occasions of under 20ms.
Each projectors function motorised optics that ought to assist with ease of set-up. Their lenses have a 2.1x optical zoom, focus and shift (±96.3% vertical and ±47.1% horizontal), all of that are powered. They’re additionally each Calman-ready, must you wish to use calibration software program.
Epson’s 3LCD house cinema projectors are inclined to make for pure, colour-nuanced viewing. Hopefully, using laser know-how will complement efficiency.
The EH-LS11000W and EH-LS12000B can be on sale in October and November 2021, respectively, priced at £4100 and £4400 (about AU$8000 and AU$8500).
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