Epson launches EH-TW7000 and EH-TW7100 4K projectors

Projecting for the family from a range of sources

by Andy Bassett
Epson has launched two new affordable 4K PRO-HD projectors with connection options for watching content from Blu-ray players, gaming consoles or streaming devices.
Aimed at family style rooms, the EH-TW7000 and EH-TW7100 provide ease of use and set up, combined with cinematic quality for use around the home.

Epson’s full press release follows.

6th September 2019 – Epson launches two affordable home cinema projectors (EH-TW7000 and EH-TW7100) at IFA 2019, great for watching 4K[*] content.

The competitively priced EH-TW7000 and EH-TW7100 connect easily, making it easy to watch 4K[*] content from a Blu-ray player, set top box, gaming console or streaming device (including Amazon Fire TV and Roku streaming stick) using the projector’s HDMI ports.

Providing a big screen experience, the EH-TW7000 and EH-TW7100 project a display of up to 500 inches. With the projectors’ 4K PRO-UHD[*] technology, it’s easy to achieve a bright and vivid image, which can be further enhanced using the adjustable HDR settings.

Even in well-lit environments, both models have a high brightness of 3,000 lumens and deliver a sharp image with clearly defined shadow details and deep blacks.

Epson launches EH-TW7000 and EH-TW7100 4K projectors
The EH-TW7100 has two built-in 10W speakers, providing an out of the box, all-in-one set up. It’s also easy to use with sound bars and external speakers using Bluetooth. Furthermore, it’s durable, with a long-life lamp of 5,000 hours, equivalent to watching a film a day for seven years.

Alice Ramsden de Gómez, product manager, Epson UK, says: “Our new range of affordable 4K[*] projectors are for families who want the big screen experience for movies, TV, gaming and online content, without compromising on quality. With a huge increase in families and individuals using streaming devices and accessing subscription-based TV, it is important to have a projector that is compatible with a range of devices and is simple to set up for everyone in the family. Both models are durable and offer value for money too, with a lamp engineered for frequent and long-term use.”

The EH-TW7000 and EH-TW7100 are available from October 2019, priced at £999.99 and £1599.99 respectively and will be on show at IFA 2019, Berlin, 6-11th September.

EH-TW7000/ EH-TW7100 key features:

·Up to 500-inch display
.4K PRO-UHD1
·HDR10 & HLG (18Gbps)
·100 – 10,000nit HDR range
·3LCD technology
·Equally high white and colour light: 3,000 lumens
·Up to 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (EH-TW7100 only)
·Detail Enhancement
·Long-lasting light source – watch a movie on the big screen every day for the next seven years2
·Two-year warranty
·Three-year lamp warranty or 3,000 hours
·2x Built-in 10w speaker (EH-TW7100 only)
·HDMI inputs x2

[*] NOTE: 4K Enhancement Technology shifts each pixel diagonally to double Full HD resolution. Resolution is Full HD in 3D mode.

Affordable and family friendly, would these be of interest for a cinematic setup in your home? Pop into the discussion thread and let us know.

Source: Press release
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