Cutting-edge Ultra Short-Throw Laser Projection
Epson designed an all-new multi-element precision glass ultra short-throw lens technology, allowing for a modern case design that drastically reduces the throw distance. This allows the EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS800B to beautifully sit on normal audio video cabinets and other furniture while displaying a sharp picture of up to 150".
An Exceptional Home Theatre Experience
When the lights are off, the visual performance of the EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS800B paired with the optional ELPSC35 Ambient Light Rejecting Screen is simply epic. The picture quality and colour performance is exceptional especially with HDR content. You may never go to the theatre again. With a modern, thin bezel design, optical enhancement technology, and 16:9 aspect ratio, the ALR screen is designed for 4K content1. And the result? An incredibly bright, colourful, and sharp picture in virtually any lighting environment.
4K PRO-UHD Resolution
Advanced pixel-shifting technology precisely controls three individual high-definition LCD chips to produce an exceptionally sharp 4K experience without sacrificing brightness. This is how the 4K projection experience was meant to be.
Awesome for Gaming and Entertainment
If you're a serious console or PC gamer, the EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS800B paired with the optional ELPSC35 Ambient Light Rejecting Screen will take your gaming experience to a new level of immersion. Imagine gaming on a 100" 4K PRO-UHD with HDR display with input lag times below 20ms, of up to 1080p/120Hz. The EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS800B comes with an Android TV operating system and in-built Chromecast, along with a simple-to-use remote including voice search with built-in Google Assistant. Watch all your favorite streaming channels including YouTube, Disney+ and more. The experience is truly amazing.
The Latest Epson Technology
True 3LCD projection technology takes full advantage of the projector's brightness to produce exceptional colour performance without any distracting rainbowing or other colour brightness issues seen with other projection technologies.
Advanced digital picture processing converts real-time 10-bit analog-to-digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions, while helping to eliminate banding, blocking, and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance. This powerful processing technology faithfully reproduces the source material the way it was intended to be shown.
When combined with the extreme brightness of 4,000 lumens, HDR content is faithfully reproduced for an exceptional visual performance.