All In Epson
Following the release of its new short-throw Epson Laser TV projector the company has introduced the Home Cinema 3800 and 3200 projectors. The company’s latest projectors are available for respective MSRPs of $1,700 and $1,500 each, and the products incorporate Epson’s 4K PRO-UHD technologies to support the playback of 4K content. Epson says that its […]
CE Pro Editors · October 08, 2019
The new Epson Laser TV delivers 4K HDR images with little screen lag to support streaming, video games and more.
Robert Archer · September 30, 2019
At CEDIA Expo 2019 the new Epson LS500 Laser Projection TV was introduced to provide integrators with a large-screen 4K television solution. Designed as an alternative to traditional televisions, the LS500 Laser Projection TV is capable of displaying 4K HDR content in sizes up to 120 inches. Epson says the short-throw LS500 incorporates its 4K […]
CE Pro Editors · September 13, 2019
Historically, CEDIA Expo has served as the vehicle for manufacturers to demonstrate the latest in consumer video technologies and 2019 will not be any different, so be sure to check out these manufacturers.
Robert Archer · August 19, 2019
Getting into a 4K projection system doesn’t have to be expensive. Here are seven 4K-compatible projectors that are priced to install into a range of homes.
Robert Archer · July 10, 2019
Dragonfly screens, Epson projectors, Samsung displays, QSC speakers, and Crown amps blanket 5,600-square-foot establishment with AV; all controlled by RTI
Lisa Montgomery · June 05, 2019
Most integrators are not really selling 4K display performance and don’t understand the difference between UltraWide Cinema at 16:9 or 2.4:1.
Jason Knott · June 04, 2019
New Pro Cinema 6050UB from Epson engineered with technology for discerning home theater enthusiast.
Lisa Montgomery · May 09, 2019
The Home Cinema 5050UB and the wireless 5050UBe 4K PRO-UHD projector feature HDR10 support and deliver 10-bit color output.
Robert Archer · April 10, 2019
A newly amended lawsuit filed by Epson America expands the alleged false brightness rating claims made by the suit’s defendants Curtis International and Technicolor SA.
Robert Archer · April 02, 2019