Epson has just unveiled 3 new 4K projectors for your home theater. Whether you want to watch movies or football, you can watch it huge and in glorious 4k with these new options. There’s a lot to like with these new devices and they are worthy of being your new home theater projector.
Epson Outs New Display Technology
First up, there’s the Epson LS500 Laser Projection TV. This model combines powerful laser projection with an ultra-high definition ambient light rejecting screen. This projector is designed to be a big-screen alternative to traditional LCD and OLED TVs. It displays 4K HDR content up to 120 inches at 60Hz, with amazing brightness and color accuracy that will give you an impressive picture in nearly any lighting situation. See our top 4k projector picks.
The LS500 is an all-in-one solution that goes the extra mile by including the Android TV operating system with a simple-to-use remote that can use voice search through Google Assistant. That means that you can watch all of your favorite streaming channels like Amazon, Netflix, HBO, Showtime, Hulu, ESPN and more. You can also stream live TV with apps like PlayStation Vue and YouTube TV. This projection TV has you covered. Compare any of these home theater projectors with our Optoma UHD60 4k projector review to compare with a specific, high quality, 4k projector.
The Epson LS500 Laser Projection TV will be available in the first quarter of 2020. The 100-inch version will cost you $4,999 and 120-inch $5,999.
Epson also has outed the Home Cinema 3800 and Home Cinema 3200 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip projectors with HDR. These home theater projectors are all about offering consumers an exceptional 4K home theater viewing experience at a decent price. They start at under $1,500 and are Epson’s most compact and affordable 4K PRO-UHD projectors thus far. Just remember to get a decent projector screen.
Gamers Will Love These Projectors
These models feature 3,000 lumens of both color and white brightness for bright, vivid images with vibrant color. Other features include 3D support, true 3-chip projector design which displays 100 percent of the RGB color signal for every frame, real-time 12-bit analog-to-digital video processing for smooth transitions and eliminating banding and other compression artifacts.
The Home Cinema 3200 will cost you $1,499.99, while the Home Cinema 3800 is$1,699.99. They will be available in October.
If you want a projector for under a grand, we have you covered.
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