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Epson And Yamaha Join Forces On New Laser TV

Epson has teamed up with Yamaha to launch a new smart short-throw full-HD laser TV system, which it bills as providing affordable immersive entertainment to the home user.

The EpiqVision EH-LS300B can produce a 1080p image of up to 120 inches, at 3600 lumens brightness. Epson says the new projector is flexible, easy to use, and affordable, and supports more than 7000 smart-TV apps plus videoconferencing powered by Zoom. It can also pair with smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth.

“With the high quality screen that can come bundled as part of the package, smart connectivity and high-quality long-lasting laser light source, there’s never been a better time to consider replacing your TV for a new, truly immersive smart laser projection home theatre experience,” the manufacturer said.

The unit also includes a built-in Yamaha sound system, which Epson describes as unlike anything in its class.

“Developed exclusively for the Epson EpiqVision EH-LS300, Yamaha’s leading Acoustic Engineers designed a unique 2.1 sound system to deliver a true audiophile performance.

“Designed within a custom 3D Acoustic Enclosure, two high-end Yamaha drivers and a dedicated woofer are powered by a discrete amplifier and tuned using Yamaha’s latest AudioEngine™ DSP technology to produce an impressive, deep and wide sound stage that rivals dedicated high-end audio systems and soundbars,” said Epson.

The EpiqVision EH-LS300B will be available from January at $3999 AUD for the base model, $5099 bundled with a 100” ALR screen, and $5699 with a 120” ALR screen.

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