Epson unveils native 1080p 3LCD home theater projectors
Epson has rolled out yet another two native 1080p 3LCD home theater projectors for home theater buffs who want nothing but the very best for their personal entertainment needs. The two projectors in question are the PowerLite Pro Cinema 9100 and 9500 UB, where they will incorporate the latest 3LCD chips with D7 technology which are able to produce amazing color and detail alongside significantly higher contrast ratios. Just for starters, you would be interested to know that the Pro Cinema 9100 manages to hit a 36,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio while the Pro Cinema 9500 UB is able to attain an unprecedented 200,000:1 in its class. Boasting professional-level color tools such as ISF calibration and color isolation, both the Pro Cinema 9100 and 9500 UB are able to deliver full-featured solutions right smack in your living room.
The Epson Pro Cinema 9100 is by no means a slouch, where it offers a whole lot of bang for your hard-earned buck alongside a customizable home entertainment experience. It will feature ISF Day and Night modes that allows one to alternate between picture modes and lamp output for the best image quality possible regardless of the conditions. Epson’s Color Isolation system also works great for fine-tuning of color saturation and hue, doing away with the need for blue and red optical filters. Other specifications include a brightness level of 1,800 lumens color and white light output. It will come in a stylish black and silver chassis, where the integrated exclusive Dynamic Iris system will provide vast leaps in contrast improvement, placing it perfectly for fast-action movies with frequent scene changes.
As for the flagship Epson Pro Cinema 9500 UB, this model offers custom installers the ultimate in image quality by bringing together Epson’s C2Fine and UltraBlack technology alongside 3LCD and D7 technology in order to roll out real black levels and vivid images that are a feast to your eyes. A dual-layered auto iris helps control light reduction rates even more effectively, allowing it to achieve the aforementioned contrast ratio of up to 200,000:1. Other specifications include a brightness of 1,600 lumens color and white light output, Epson’s FineFrame technology for smoother frame interpolation, the new Super-resolution technology that sharpens blurry images or low-resolution pictures and 12-bit 3LCD driver technology with an integrated Silicon Optix HQV Reon-VX video processor and PW390 scaler for extraordinarily smooth pictures.
The Epson Pro Cinema 9100 and Epson Pro Cinema 9500 UB will retail for $2,599 and sub-$4,000, respectively, when they’re available.