Epson, the world’s primary projector producer, launched its first projector running Android TV earlier this year. Now the corporate is again with two extra highly effective projectors that introduce Android TV to its EpiqVision line, together with further perks like an audio system customized by Yamaha.

The EpiqVision Extremely LS300 and Mini EF12 are Epson’s latest additions. The projectors can settle for content material as much as 4K and challenge it at as much as 150″ diagonal for the EF12, and 120″ for the LS300. Each characteristic superior scene adaptive coloration correction and 3LCD know-how that shows 100 % of the RGB coloration sign for each body with none distracting rainbowing or coloration brightness points. And since they run Android TV, person can Chromecast to the units as effectively.

Prime: Mini EF12  Backside: Extremely LS300

One of the crucial thrilling options is perhaps the sound high quality. Whereas not usually a high-point of projectors, each fashions include Yamaha engineered sound methods constructed particularly for the {hardware}. They embody elements powered by a discrete amplifier and tuned utilizing each Yamaha’s AudioEngine DSP and Dolby Digital know-how.

Once they go on sale later this 12 months, Epson will cost $1,999 for the EpiqVision Ultra LS300 and $999 for the Mini EF12. These costs are hefty, however EpiqVision clients get entry to precedence assist brokers and the usual two-year full-unit alternative restricted guarantee, so perhaps considered one of these can be a greater purchase in the long term than a less expensive projector from a lesser-known model.