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Epson Introduces EpiqVision Streaming Projector Lineup

More and more people worldwide are cutting the cable and ditching satellite, and traditional cable television services to save money and have more control over their entertainment options. Epson has announced that it is adding new projectors to its EpiqVision line of projectors, including options with integrated Android TV and Yamaha custom sound. The projectors feature advanced laser-array projection technology.

The new models include the Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS300 and EpiqVision Mini EF12 Smart Streaming Laser Projectors and the Mini EF11 Laser Projector. These projectors are intended to make it easy to enjoy gaming and streaming channels, including Hulu, HBO, Prime Video, and YouTube.

The Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS300 ($1,999) and Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 ($999) Smart Streaming Laser Projectors and Mini EF11 ($799) Laser Projector will be available in November through select retailers, the Epson online store, and Magnolia and CEDIA dealers. The LS300 will be available in white or black as a standalone ultra-short-throw projector ($1,999) and will also be available as a bundled package with either a 100-inch screen ($2,999) or a 120-inch screen ($3,999).

Delivering a new type of screenless TV viewing, the Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS300 Smart Streaming Laser Projector utilizes an advanced, ultra-short-throw design that sits just inches from the wall for instant immersion into your favorite TV shows, sports, movies, and more. Leveraging ultra-short-throw multi-array laser technology, the LS300 delivers exceptionally bright, clear images up to 120 inches. For an even more epic experience, consumers also have the option to bundle the LS300 with a 100-inch or 120-inch Epson SilverFlex Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen for a visual performance that rivals the picture quality of leading TVs.

Compact and powerful, the Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 and EF11 deliver up to 150 inches of big-screen entertainment virtually anywhere. Under-five pounds, the ultra-portable EF12 and EF11 are equipped with Epson’s MicroLaser multi-array technology and offer auto picture skew and a simple user interface. Designed for instant streaming the moment it is powered on and connected to Wi-Fi, the EF12 features autofocus correction and built-in Android TV.2 The EF11 has a built-in HDMI port for connection to streaming solutions such as Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, or Android TV.2 Whether binge-watching your favorite TV shows or projecting Zoom meetings, the Epson EpiqVision Minis can turn virtually any content into an epic experience.

Epson partnered with Yamaha to deliver the ultimate audio experience. Yamaha engineered the sound systems specific to Epson’s EpiqVision LS300 and Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 with Dolby Audio to deliver true audiophile performance that rivals dedicated high-end audio systems. The custom-designed system includes high-end Yamaha drivers and/or dedicated woofer that are powered by a discrete amplifier and tuned using Yamaha’s latest AudioEngine DSP and Dolby Digital technologies.

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