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Epson Debuts Bright, Immersive 3LCD Projectors for Big-Screen Entertainment in Your Living Room

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Full HD Home Cinema Projectors Combine High Brightness and Performance Flexibility

DALLAS (CEDIA Expo 2016, Booth #4700) – Sept. 14, 2016 –Epson, the number-one projector manufacturer in the world, today unveiled three Home Cinema projectors designed for home theater enthusiasts demanding extraordinary image quality, as well as custom installers who serve the CEDIA channel. Designed for a variety of lighting conditions, the Home Cinema 3100, Home Cinema 3700 and Home Cinema 3900 feature up to 3,000 lumens of color brightness and 3,000 lumens of white brightness1. Delivering enhanced detail in Full HD 1080p with up to a 120,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the projectors include advanced Epson Image Enhancement Technology for sharp and refined images with lifelike smoothness and clarity.

“The Home Cinema 3100, 3700 and 3900 are dynamic home theater projectors that deliver a vivid, immersive viewing experience in living rooms, game rooms and more,” said Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, Projectors, Epson America. “There isn’t a big-screen TV that can compete with the size and immersive experience offered by a projected image, and with lens shift, these models are easy to set up and install.”

The new projectors feature horizontal and vertical lens shift, which allows positioning flexibility with an incredible range of up to ± 60 percent on the vertical axis and up to ± 24 percent on the horizontal axis. In addition, the projectors’ 1.6x zoom ensures easy installation in virtually any room, even on tight shelf spaces. For example, users can project a 110-inch image from just 10.5 feet away – the wide vertical lens shift and zoom lens make positioning easy for a range of environments.

All three next-generation projectors support HDMI®, plus MHL®2, for seamless compatibility with cable/satellite boxes, Blu-ray Discs®, DVD players, and gaming consoles. Stream content from favorite devices, including Chromecast™, Roku®3, Amazon Fire™ TV, Apple TV®, and more.

Home Cinema 3100, 3700 and 3900 Key Features

  • High Color Brightness and White Brightness – Up to 3,000 lumens of color brightness and 3,000 lumens of white brightness1 for vibrant entertainment, even in well-lit environments
  • Built-in Color Modes – Multiple color modes ensure the best possible image quality and color
  • Full HD 1080p, Widescreen 2D/3D performance – Movies, games and more, up to 300 inches
  • Deep Black Levels: Up to 1200,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • Frame Interpolation Technology – Motion appears smoother, sharper and more realistic
  • Captivating Sound – The Home Cinema 3700 adds two built-in 10W stereo speakers deliver lifelike sound for plug-and-play entertainment out of the box, with no need for additional speakers
  • ISF® Calibration Tools4 – Designed for CEDIA and custom installers, the Home Cinema 3900 meets ISF Certification standards, including specific ISF picture memory modes
  • Color Brightness Specification – Brilliant Image quality requires high color brightness; Epson projectors utilize 3LCD, 3-chip technology and offer up to 3x higher color brightness than leading competitive projectors5, with no possibility of color break-up or “rainbow effect”

1 Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.

2 Includes one Mobile High-Definition Link® (MHL) HDMI port.

3 Roku Streaming stick allows you to watch content from popular Internet streaming services. Roku’s Streaming Stick is only available in the U.S.

4 Home Cinema 3900 only

5 Color brightness (color light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Color brightness will vary depending on usage conditions. Leading Epson 3LCD projectors in the home entertainment segment (720p and 1080p) compared to leading 1-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD data for June 2013 through May 2014.