Pro L25000U is World’s First 25,000 Lumen 3LCD Laser Projector
LONG BEACH, Calif. – Oct. 25, 2016 – Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide, today announced its Pro L25000U installation laser projector is now shipping. The Pro L25000U is the world’s first 3LCD laser projector with 25,000 lumens of color brightness and 25,000 lumens of white brightness1. Designed for high-impact live productions and other large venue applications, the Pro L25000U combines a sealed optical engine with a laser light source and inorganic components for outstanding image quality, durability and reliability.
The Pro L25000U offers up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation, including 24/7 use for applications that require continuous projection2. The Pro L25000U features advanced technology, including a wide array of future-proof 4K-ready powered lenses with lens shift and lens memory, 360-degree installation flexibility, and diverse connectivity options. Leveraging Epson’s 4K Enhancement technology, the projector accepts 4K input and enhances a 1080p signal to surpass Full HD image quality to deliver an extraordinary visual experience3.
“The professional rental and staging markets adopted DLP technology as a standard several years ago,” said Wayne Wagner, founder and CEO, Wagner Media. “Then Epson entered the market this year with laser-based 3-panel LCD projectors that frankly just blew away any single-chip DLP for Epson’s powerful combination of features, including amazing color reproduction, consistent brightness, 360-degree orientation, 4K input, and outstanding stacking and blending features. Our customers are thrilled with the output they see from Epson’s new laser projector series.”
“The response from the AV community for Pro L25000U has been phenomenal,” said Phong Phanel, product manager, large venue projectors, Epson America Inc. “Epson is rapidly growing its share of the large venue projector installation market by continuing to deliver incredible immersive visual experiences with superior color brightness over 1-chip DLP projectors, while also keeping down maintenance time and costs.”