Epson is offering a limited time 10% discount on the EpiqVision Ultra LS500 laser TV and bundles through June 1st. The standalone LS500 is now available for $3,599 (MSRP $3,999), the LS500 plus 100-inch ambient light rejecting screen bundle is now priced at $4,499 (MSRP $4,999), while a third option with 120-inch ALR screen will now set you back $5,399 (MSRP $5,999).  The projector is available in black or white finishes in all above product packages.

“More than ever, people want great experiences at home. And having a 120-inch 4K PRO-UHD screen on your wall – is the ultimate TV viewing experience,” said Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, projectors, Epson America, Inc. “Epson’s new EpiqVision Ultra LS500 Laser Projection TV redefines television and offers a truly immersive viewing experience for watching sports, TV shows, gaming, and so much more. It’s simply epic.”

Among the features of the short throw projector are Epson’s own 4K PRO-UHD 3LCD tech, HDR10, Android TV, and remote control with Google Assistant. Within the combo packages are supplied wide-angle viewing, glare-reducing ALR screens. Epson claims the LS500 has a dynamic contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1 with an “exceptional” brightness of 4,000 lumens, but the color space reproduction tops out at Rec.709. The projector is HDMI 2.0-compliant with 4K HDR content capable of playing back at 60Hz.

The LS500 standalone or bundles are available now from Epson, Magnolia and CEDIA dealers. Furthermore, Epson offers its “unsurpassed” service and support with toll-free phone support and two-year, next-business-day unit replacement warranty.

 

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