Epson Ships Four Home Cinema Full HD Projectors
Epson unveiled four projectors in its Home Cinema series including the models 2250, 2200, 1080, and 880, offering what the company said is “best-in-class” color brightness for very big-screen entertainment at home.
All four models, which are available from authorized Epson retailers now, offer Full HD 1080p resolution and are based on Epson’s three-chip 3LCD microdisplay technology.
The Home Cinema 2250 and 2200 offer bulb-based lighting with 2,700 lumens of color and white brightness. The HC2250 has a contrast ratio of 70,000:1 while the contrast ratio of the HC2200 is 35,000:1. Both feature built-in Android TV operating systems to easily stream movies and television programs from a large library of popular apps, including Hulu, HBO and YouTube.
Both models have image enhancement/frame interpolation, 10 watt bass reflex speakers built in, Bluetooth connectivity and a single HDMI input. Model HC2250 adds vertical lens shift of +45 to +60% and a 1.6x zoom. The HC2200 has 1.2x zoom functionality.
Models Home Cinema 1080 and 800 offer high color and white brightness output of 3,400 lumens and 3,300 lumens, respectively. The contrast ratios for each model measures 16,000:1. The HC1080 includes two HDMI inputs, while the HC800 has one and both models have a 2-watt internal speaker. The HC1080 has a 1.2x zoom function, while the HC880 uses a fixed lens.
Suggested retail pricing on the projectors are the following: Home Cinema 2250 ($999.99), Home Cinema 2200 ($899.99), Home Cinema 1080 ($749.99) and Home Cinema 880 ($599.99). Each model ships with Epson’s two-year, full-unit replacement warranty and is backed by the company’s PrivateLine priority toll-free support line.
Home Cinema models 2250 and 2200 each ships with a simple-to-use remote, and has built-in Google Assistant for voice search capabilities. Both models are optimized for big-screen video gaming with the inclusion of “gamma uplift” and 21:9 ultra-wide images so gamers can easily see dark areas and enjoy a wider viewing angle in gameplay, Epson said.
“People crave the big-screen movie theater experience, especially this year as cinemas nationwide had to shut their doors,” stated Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, projectors, Epson America. “Epson’s new affordable and easy-to-use home cinema projectors are the perfect choice for families looking to stream must-watch movies, TV shows and sporting events on a big screen from the comfort of their own home.”
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By Greg Tarr
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