Epson unveils new Pro G-Series large venue projector

February 5, 2016  - By

Epson--Pro-G7000-Series-ProjectorEpson recently announced in a news release the launch of its Pro G7000-Series large venue projectors for simulators, mapping, digital signage and command centers.

New features include increased brightness and motorized lenses, uncompromising image quality, low total cost of ownership and $199 replacement lamps, Epson says. Eight models deliver up to 8,000 lumens of color brightness and 8,000 lumens of white brightness.

The series also features the world’s first zero-offset ultra short-throw lens with 0.35 throw ratio for space constrained venues and digital signage applications. The Pro G-Series will be on display at ISE 2016 in Amsterdam from Feb. 9–12 at Epson’s booth, No. 1-H90.

“The Epson Pro G-Series offers bright, brilliant images combined with advanced features, making them our best-selling large venue projectors,” said Phong Phanel, product manager of large venue projectors, Epson America Inc. “The new Pro G7000-Series raises the bar with higher brightness, 4K Enhancement resolution, new motorized lenses and advanced technology to captivate any audience, underscoring our commitment to delivering a broad portfolio of solutions to the large venue projector market.”

Epson projectors offer three times higher color brightness than competitive 1-chip DLP models to ensure vivid colorful images. The Pro G Series 3-chip 3LCD projectors are ideal for large venues, including events staging, auditoriums and sanctuaries.

The Epson Pro G7000-Series will be available in May starting at $3,799 MSRP. The projectors come with a three-year limited warranty with next business day replacement, including free shipping both ways7, and a 90-day limited lamp warranty.

The color brightness specification — measuring red, green and blue — published by the Society for Information Display (SID) allows consumers to compare projector color performance without conducting a side-by-side shootout.

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