Epson launches new smart home laser TV projector
Epson has launched the EpiqVision EH-LS300B smart laser projection TV system which brings affordable, immersive entertainment to the home in an alternative to the traditional TV.
The laser projector can come with a high quality screen with smart connectivity if the user prefers.
As a short-throw projector, the system sits close to the wall and can produce a 1080p full HD picture up to 120” at a brightness of 3,600 lumens which is more than enough to be viewed in most well-lit rooms. It also takes advantage of Epson’s patented 3LCD technology which boasts a high contrast ratio of 2,500,000:1 to ensure sharp images.
Epson has also partnered with Yamaha to create a unique audio experience unlike anything in its class. The EpiqVision EH-LS300 comes equipped with a unique 2.1 sound system to deliver a true audiophile level of performance within a custom 3D acoustic enclosure.
Two high-end Yamaha drivers and a dedicated woofer are powered by a discrete amp and tuned using Yamaha’s latest AudioEngine DSP technology to produce an impressive, deep and wide sound stage that rivals dedicated high-end audio systems and soundbars.
The projector can be paired with a smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth so users can easily share content or pair it with an existing sound system for a greater audio experience.
The EpiqVision EH-LS300B supports over 7,000 apps enabling users to stream video-on-demand content, TV shows and series, live sporting events and the latest blockbuster movies. Users can also experience ‘smart’ entertainment on the EH-LS300B by using its added in-built casting feature or a separate streaming device, enabling users to stream content from smartphones, tablet and laptops.
In addition, the EpiqVision EH-LS300B supports applications for those who work from home, further broadening its use. Exclusively featuring Epson’s Online Meetings app, Powered by Zoom, you can connect with colleagues and have meetings on a 100” or 120” screen for engaging face-to-face meetings by simply attaching a video conference camera.