Epson Home Cinema Projectors Deliver High Brightness for Short Money
Epson's Home Cinema 1040 produces up to 3,000 lumens of color brightness and 3,000 lumens of white brightness, while the Home Cinema 1440 delivers up to 4,400 lumens of color brightness, 4,400 lumens of white brightness. The Home Cinema 1440 adds Faroudja DCDi Cinema image processing and split screen capabilities to provide users a high-value video performance solution.
It doesn’t matter if it’s an examination of the entire projection category or a more focused look that examines the custom electronics market, Epson is one of the most popular video projector manufacturers in the world.
Adding to its home video products, Epson has announced its competitively priced Home Cinema 1040 (MSRP $799) and Home Cinema 1440 (MSRP $1,699) projectors. According to Jason Palmer, marketing manager, Epson America, the latest products provide dealers with a cost effective way to bring a true big-screen experience to their clients without the clients spending a lot of money.
“The new projectors offer today’s households a convenient, affordable and powerful big-screen experience,” he points out. “Beyond the flexibility, the Home Cinema 1440 is also one of the brightest home projectors available on the market—-this is a flat-panel killer. Why settle for a 65-inch or 70-inch TV when you can have something four times bigger with bright, lifelike, sharp details, a portable design and simple setup for a truly captivating experience even in large, well lit environments.”
Both projectors incorporate three-chip 3LCD chipsets, as well as horizontal image correction with Easy-Slide control technology to help dealers through the install process, 1080p resolutions and HDMI inputs. The Home Cinema 1040 is rated to produce up to 3,000 lumens of color brightness and 3,000 lumens of white level brightness, while the Home Cinema 1440 delivers the ability to produce up to 4,400 lumens of color brightness and 4,400 lumens of white level brightness.
In addition, the Home Cinema 1440 also offers Faroudja DCDi Cinema video processing, a 1.6x optical zoom and a split-screen option to display two different videos or still images side-by-side.
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