EPSON EPIQVISION ULTRA EH-LS300B FULL HD PROJECTOR
Model: EPIQVISION ULTRA EH-LS300B
Image size: 80 - 150 inches
Warranty: EPSON Warranty (36 months)
RGB liquid crystal shutter projection system (3LCD)
Specifications of Main Parts:
Panel Size: 0.61 inch
Type: Laser diode
Life (Normal / Extended): 20,000 Hours
Type: No optical zoom / Focus: manual
Focal Length: 3.7 mm
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Throw Ratio: 0.26
Full HD (1080p)
White Light Output (Normal / Eco):
3,600 lm / 1,800 lm
Colour Light Output:
USB Type A: 1 (For USB storage, RJ45, camera, mic, HID)
USB Mini B: 1 (For firmware update)
HDMI: 2 (SMF, HDMI2=ARC)
Yes (Bluetooth / optical out)
Dimension Excluding Feet (W x H x D):
400 X 467 X 133 mm
Approx. 7.2 Kg
A New Type of Screenless TV Experience
Immerse yourself in a new type of screenless TV experience with the Epson EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS300B Laser Projection TV. Utilising an advanced, ultra-short throw design and equipped with sound by Yamaha, viewing content has never been more enjoyable. Simply place the projector just inches from the wall and watch TV shows, sports, movies and more up to an astonishing 120".
Featuring built-in Android TV1 with wireless connectivity, the Epson EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS300B Laser Projection TV gives you seamless access to popular streaming services such as YouTube™*, right out of the box. So, whether you’re binge-watching your favorite TV shows, or hosting movie night, the Epson EpiqVision LS300 Streaming Laser Projector makes it easy to stream big, bright images virtually anywhere in your home.
Audiophile 2.1 Speaker System by Yamaha
Epson has partnered with Yamaha to create a unique audio experience unlike anything in its class. Developed exclusively for the Epson EpiqVision LS300 Streaming Laser Projector, Yamaha’s leading Acoustic Engineers designed a unique 2.1 sound system to deliver a true audiophile performance. Designed within a custom 3D Acoustic Enclosure, two high-end Yamaha drivers and a dedicated woofer, are powered by a discrete amplifier and tuned using Yamaha’s latest AudioEngine™ DSP technology to produce an impressive, deep and wide sound stage that rivals dedicated high-end audio systems and soundbars.
- Stunning Picture Quality up to 120"
- Sound by Yamaha
- Built-In Android TV1
- Ultra-Short Throw Laser Array
- Elegant Compact Design
More than 10 years of entertainment
With 20,000 hours2 of laser light source life and a 12,000-hour filter maintenance cycle, you can now enjoy more than 10 years of entertainment3 on your EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS300B.
Watch, Play, Do more on your projector
Combining the best of both worlds, the EpiqVision EH-LS300B comes equipped with Google Play and Epson Online Meetings App. While the Google Play lets you access your favourite apps and games on your projector, Epson Online Meetings App allows you to handle group calls, online meetings and conferences without needing any extra software. Watch, play and work whenever and wherever you want.
Up to 120-inch Massive, Screenless Display
Redefining your home theatre set-up, the EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS300B, with its ultra-short throw capability of 26.6cm, projects up to a spectacular 120-inch screen size of crisp and bright images. Fitting right into your space’s aesthetic, the compact laser projection TV offers the flexibility to place it anywhere that is convenient for you.
High Sound Quality, Audiophile 2.1 Speaker System by Yamaha
Elevate your home viewing experience with stunning 3D-surround sound accompanied by clear and powerful bass with the built-in Yamaha 2.1ch sound system. Feel as if you are live at the venue by fine-tuning sounds with different modes for different content. You can also enjoy your music to the fullest by using it as a standalone speaker via Bluetooth.
Alluring Colors and Brightness, Projecting Life-like and Natural Images
Featuring the new vivid color mode and scene adaptive gamma correction, the EpiqVision Ultra EH-LS300B can adjust the gamma level of an image automatically, bringing you a perfect picture in every scene. Now, you can enjoy life-like, vibrant, and natural images close to what is seen by the human eyes on the screen.