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TORONTO & SOUTHERN ONTARIO

Pro Cinema LS12000 4K PRO-UHD Laser Projector

Theatre. Redefined.

Epson® Pro Cinema Projectors have one goal – to faithfully reproduce the source material the way the artist intended. This single thought is what guided our Engineering Teams to develop a next-generation home theatre projector. And what they came up with, could possibly be our best Pro Cinema Projector ever.

Introducing the Epson Pro Cinema LS12000 4K PRO-UHD®1 3-Chip 3LCD Laser Projector.

Utilizing an all-new Laser Array Light Source, the Pro Cinema LS12000 is capable of displaying a 4K picture on screen up to an astonishing 2,700 lumens for both colour and white brightness2. And, when driven by a proprietary Epson ZX Picture Processor for powerful picture processing, the Pro Cinema LS12000 produces incredible brightness, colour accuracy, and image detail to faithfully display all your content the way it was meant to be seen.

  • 4K PRO-UHD1 Advanced Pixel-Shifting Technology
  • Precision Shift Glass Plate Technology
  • 36-Bit Epson ZX Picture Processor
  • Laser Array Light Source

 

Product Description

4K PRO-UHD

Advanced pixel-shifting technology works in parallel with three individual high-definition LCD chips to produce an exceptionally sharp 4K picture without sacrificing picture brightness.

High Picture Brightness

Impressive 2,700 lumens of colour and 2,700 lumens of white brightness2 for an exceptional picture in virtually any theatre environment – even in rooms with ambient light

Laser Array Light Source

True multi-array laser diodes produce an ideal light source to power the unique 3-Chip 3LCD Projector Engine for quick turn-on, incredible picture brightness, black contrast and colour accuracy

True 3-Chip 3LCD Projector Engine

Advanced 3LCD technology uses three individual LCD chips to continuously display 100% of the RGB colour signal for every frame. This allows for outstanding colour gamut while maintaining excellent brightness without any rainbowing or colour brightness issues seen with other projection technologies