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Following on from our announcement of the availability of the LS12000, true to form, Epson is now offering a more living room-friendly, non-custom-install version of the same projector, the Home Cinema LS11000 4K PRO-UHD. The white-bodied beamer, priced at a more competitive $3,999, employs the same laser array light source and latest ‘precision shift glass plate’ tech which refracts light to produce 8.29 million on-screen pixels.

Boasting a contrast ratio of 1,200,000:1 and 2,500 lumens of Epson’s color and white brightness from a 3LCD chip, the pixel-shifting LS11000 is primed for movies and gaming (at 4K/HDR/120 Hz), even in rooms with ambient light. The projector is capable of 100% of RGB color space and supports HDR10, HDR10+ and HLG. Epson includes incredibly versatile lens shift capabilities (at +/-96% horizontal and +/-47% vertical) plus storage of 10 presets.“A 65-inch flat panel isn’t cutting it when it comes to achieving total immersion in today’s stunning movie and gaming experiences,” said Rodrigo Catalan, group product manager, projectors, Epson. “If you’re looking for a 4K HDR home theater and gaming experience that will exceed your expectations, the Epson Home Cinema LS11000 is one of the best Home Cinema projectors Epson has ever made.”

The HDMI 2.1 interface supports 48Gbps bandwidth and ARC and eARC, while gamers will appreciate the impressive 20 millisecond input lag. The projector is available from late March either via the Epson online store or from approved sellers/outlets. Epson’s support includes a standard two-year limited warranty with two-business day full unit replacement, plus free shipping and lifetime phone support.


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