Epson Pro L25000U Wins NewBay Media's Best of Show Award

LONG BEACH, CA -- Epson announces its new Pro L25000U laser projector is the recipient of one of the industry's most prestigious technology honors, NewBay Media's Best of Show Award, presented at the 2016 NAB Show in Las Vegas by Sound & Video Contractor.

NewBay Media's Best of Show Awards are evaluated by a panel of engineers and industry experts, and are selected based on innovation, feature set, cost efficiency, and performance in serving the industry.

Winners receive an award for display and will be featured in Sound & Video Contractor, the definitive technical resource for integrators, contractors, dealers, and consultants. All nominated products also are featured in the special Best of Show Awards Program Guide, to be distributed in digital edition form to more than 100,000 readers of Sound & Video Contractor, Video Edge, TV Technology, Digital Video, Radio World, Radio magazine, and Pro Sound News after the convention.

About Epson Pro L25000U

Designed for Rental and Staging applications, as well as large venue permanent installations, the Pro L25000U is the world's first projector to leverage a sealed optical engine with laser light source and 3LCD technology to deliver 25,000 lumens of color brightness and 25,000 lumens of white brightness1 and WUXGA resolution with 4K Enhancement2. The projector integrates an inorganic phosphor wheel in combination with inorganic LCD panels for up to 20,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation, including 24/7 use for applications that require continuous projection3. In addition, the Pro L25000U is a compact-size solution for its class and leverages 4K-ready lenses, making it an attractive and competitive choice.

For additional information, visit http://www.epson.com/largevenue
 

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