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Epson Projector with Embedded Yamaha HiFi — AV.technology

EpiqVision Smart Laser Projector brings immersive entertainment to the home, making it a real alternative to the traditional TV.

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12 November 2020

With people spending more time in their homes than ever before, the EH-LS300B smart laser projection TV system gives users a flexible, easy to use and affordable option for big screen entertainment. With the high quality screen that can come bundled as part of the package, smart connectivity and high-quality long-lasting laser light source, there’s never been a better time to consider replacing your TV for a new, truly immersive smart laser projection home theatre experience.

The EpiqVision EH-LS300B, with its ultra-short throw system sits close to the wall and can produce a 1080p Full HD picture of up to 120 inches at a brightness of 3,600 lumens which is more than enough to enjoy viewing in most well-lit rooms. It also uses Epson’s patented 3LCD technology with a high contrast ratio of 2,500,000:1 to ensure sharp images.

Epson has partnered with Yamaha to create a unique audio experience unlike anything in its class. Developed exclusively for the Epson EpiqVision EH-LS300, Yamaha’s leading Acoustic Engineers designed a unique 2.1 sound system to deliver a true audiophile performance. Designed within a custom 3D Acoustic Enclosure, two high-end Yamaha drivers and a dedicated woofer, are powered by a discrete amplifier 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. 

Sharing an entertainment experience is made easier for anyone in their home with the EpiqVision EH-LS300B projector by simply pairing it to their smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth. What’s more, optical out audio connectivity is ready on the EH-LS300B so it can be connected to an existing sound system in their home too.

The EpiqVision EB-LS300B can also come as a package that includes an exceptionally well-valued 100” or 120” Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) screen which delivers the complete solution enabling viewers to enjoy an enhanced ultra-high quality image and wide viewing theatre experience with no glare even in the brightest conditions in your home.

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. You can also experience “smart” entertainment on the EH-LS300B by using its added in-built casting feature or a separate streaming device, enabling you 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” inch screen for engaging face-to-face meetings by simply attaching a video conference camera. 

There’s also great connectivity, easy set-up and alignment which make this smart home laser TV projector a great choice for home entertainment enthusiasts considering the best options for their large screen viewing.

The Epson EpiqVision EH-LS300B laser TV projector is available from January 2021 for (RRP $3,999) and at Epson retailers and resellers. 

The Epson EpiqVision EH-LS300B is also available bundled with a high quality 100” or 120” ALR screen at a total RRP of $5,099 and RRP $5,699 respectively. 

Key Features

  • Full HD Smart laser projection TV so you can supersize your favourite films, contents, and sporting events at home
  • Smart entertainment with streaming services and sound by Yamaha
  • Affordable, high-tech equipment enables you to display close to projected image, up to 120″
  • Impressive, bright display equally high in white and colour light output of 3,600 lumens

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