Epson has announced its “most advanced” 4K home theater projector to date, the Pro Cinema 6050UB 4K PRO-UHD. The projector is designed for custom installation and is available from CEDIA and specialist integrators/dealers at an MSRP of $3,999. The unit includes 2,600 lumens of equal color and white brightness, HDR10, Epson UltraBlack technology and full 10-bit color output.
“Setting the bar with color precision and delivery of immersive 4K content, the Epson Pro Cinema 6050UB offers a level of performance that challenges comparable projectors currently available on the market,” said Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, Projectors, Epson America. “Equipped with proprietary processors for resolution enhancement, HDR, and image processing, the Pro Cinema 6050UB delivers life-like detail in every scene for an unforgettable home theater viewing experience.”
The beamer includes Epson’s 4K PRO-UHD resolution enhancement technology, and an improved optical engine that the company says generates high color and white brightness, color accuracy, and “dramatic” contrast with HDR10. The 6050UB supports 4K HDR content at a full 60Hz for display of the film content content and next-generation gaming hardware. A claimed contrast ratio up to 1,200,000:1 is augmented by a wide color gamut displaying the entire DCI-P3 color space, and Epson’s proprietary 15-element glass VRX projection lens designed for “zero light leakage.”
Lens shift allows up to ±96 percent on the vertical axis and up to ±47 percent on the horizontal axis. For color reproduction, the new projector features low Delta E and includes ISF and CalMAN pattern generator calibration tools.
Along with the projector, Epson says each box includes a ceiling mount, cable cover and spare bulb. Each unit comes with Epson’s comprehensive service and support program, including toll-free access to Epson’s PrivateLine priority technical support, and free two-business day exchange with Extra Care Home Service. For more information and detailed specs, please click on Epson’s projector home page.