|Mounting Hardware||Android TV dongle, CD Manual, Main unit, Power cable, Quick Start Guide, Remote control incl. batteries, Warranty document|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Image Brightness||4000 lm|
|Connector Type||Bluetooth, HDMI, Wi Fi|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Remote Control Included?||Yes|
|Package Dimensions||59 x 53 x 34 cm; 9.3 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||9.3 kg|
|Item Model Number||V11H956640|
|Date First Available||31 October 2020|
Epson EH-LS500B Android TV Edition 3LCD, 4K PRO-UHD, Laser, Ultra Short Throw Super Resolution, 4000 Lumens, 130 Inch Display, Home Cinema Projector - Black
+ $208.02 Delivery
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|Luminous Flux||4000 Lumen|
|Controller type||Remote Control|
|Item Weight||9.3 Kilograms|
About this item
- Android TV Edition - Stream shows, games, movies, news, sports and more*
- 4K PRO-UHD* - laser ultra-short throw
- Watch 4K content and place this stylish model close to the display area - Adapts to what you watch
- Set the size of the display between 65-130 Inch to suit what you watch
- Simple to use - Three HDMI inputs and space for streaming devices
- Watch content every day for 10 years* - Long-life laser light source of 20,000 hours in Eco mode
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This Android TV Edition, ultra-short-throw laser projector with 4K PRO-UHD you can stream content on a 65 Inch to 130 Inch image.
Open up the possibilities to bigger and more exciting home entertainment while keeping your home elegant, without a black screen permanently on the wall. The Android TV Edition EH-LS500B is distinctive in its design, performance and ability to project from close to the display area. It's easy to set up, delivers a better picture in bright rooms and offers better value with a long-life laser light source.
THE BIG SCREEN EXPERIENCE
Watch 4K content with this elegant and affordable 4K PRO-UHD projector. It can be placed very close to the projection area, while creating a 65 Inch to 130 Inch image. Watch supersized content, without compromising on the look of your home.
A SMARTER WAY TO WATCH
Android TV lets you stream shows, games, movies, news, sports and more. It’s so easy; plug the Android TV stick into the projector's HDMI port, connect via Wi-Fi and start streaming. Tell it what you want to watch with built-in Google Assistant voice control, or simply use the remote. With Chromecast built-in, it’s easy to share content from your phone, tablet or laptop. Entertainment apps such as YouTube are preinstalled, and more can be downloaded via Google Play. You can connect the stick to sound bars, headphones and gaming controllers via Bluetooth.
EASY TO SET-UP
It has three HDMI inputs, two built-in 10 W speakers and room to store a streaming device in a hidden bay at the front. Control the projector using either the included remote control or the iProjection app.
BETTER PICTURE QUALITY
With a high brightness of 4,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 2,500,000:1, this projector delivers vivid, lifelike content and defined shadow detail with deeper blacks. The Detail Enhancement technology delivers sharp
and smooth images, ensuring you don't miss a moment of the action.
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Like with all similar projectors as far as I could determine, this is not future proofed in that it doesn't have hdmi 2.1/eARC/any of the newer HDR formats. This doesn't bother me as I do suspect the limitations of projection (vs a TV) itself mean hdmi 2.1/hdr10+ etc won't make a perceptible difference. As I understand it ARC means lossless audio doesn't pass but I guess one gets around this by using the video passthrough of your receiver. When I tried doing this by connecting a PC to an LG soundbar the picture was temperamental - switching EDID to normal and then back to extended seems to fix this.
By the way, a number of online reviews state the white version is smarter than the black. I fell for this and have to say it's a stupid idea. Black makes much more sense given this is a projector and will be sitting in front of the screen and potentially reflecting light into your field of view.