Epson Pro Cinema LS10000 Projector Named Video Display Product of the Year

Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Mark of Excellence System Integrator Awards Recognizes the Best in Custom Integration and Installed Technology

LONG BEACH, CA -- Epson announces the PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000 4K Enhancement Projector with 3LCD Reflective laser technology was named Video Display Product of the Year by the prestigious Mark of Excellence Awards presented by CEA's TechHome Division. Chosen by a panel of independent industry experts and trade media to recognize achievements in innovation, design and engineering, this award underscores Epson's commitment to delivering high-performance projectors to demanding home theater consumers and installers.

The Mark of Excellence System Integrator Awards Program honors the best in custom integration and installed technology. "Epson's Pro Cinema LS10000 combines the most advanced projection technology we have ever developed, and we are honored to be recognized by CEA for Epson's commitment to an unparalleled image quality and performance standard," said Jason Palmer, marketing manager, Epson America.

The Pro Cinema LS10000 was developed to meet the requirements of today's most demanding home entertainment consumers, delivering vibrant, crystal clear images with up to 1,500 lumens of color brightness and 1,500 lumens of white brightness1, outstanding contrast and an advanced suite of calibration tools. Integrating advanced technology developed by Epson's global research and development, the Pro Cinema LS10000 combines Epson's new 3LCD Reflective technology and a laser light source to deliver unprecedented Absolute Black contrast ratio and one of the industry's largest color gamuts. In addition, 4K Enhancement Technology2 creates unbelievable sharpness, clarity and detail by shifting each pixel diagonally by 0.5 pixels to double the resolution and surpass Full HD image quality.

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