Epson launches projectors with interchangeable lenses

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The Epson EB-L1070UNL projector.
The Epson EB-L1070UNL projector.

Epson recently announced its new range of 3LCD laser installation projectors, the EB-L1060UNL AND EB-L1070UNL, which it says are its most versatile installation projectors complete with 4K enhancement and supporting interchangeable lenses, for public displays, conference and lecture halls.

They should also be considered by videophiles custom building their own AV rooms.

The projectors come with an inconspicuous, clean-line design, a smaller then usual footprint and quieter fan noise, ensuring they fit seamlessly into a wide variety of environments.

Each projector is available as ‘body only’ which provides the user with a wide choice of optional lenses, making this Epson’s most versatile projector.

This flexible approach enables the user to fit the most appropriate lens for any given scenario. There are 12 interchangeable Epson lenses available, covering short to long throw projection, including the ELPLX01W white ultra short throw lens with zero lens offset, suited for narrow spaces and rear-projection applications.

Epson claims the EB-L1070UNL and EB-L1060UNL produce impressive laser image quality and create rich colours, high contrast, clear whites, defined shadow detail and deep blacks for outstanding images.

These are achieved through WUXGA resolution, 4K enhancement technology, laser light source technology, up to 7,000 lumens, high colour light output, 3LCD technology and contrast of over 2,500,000:1.

Installation is said to be easy and their fit-and-forget reliability means they can be positioned even in hard-to-access areas with confidence.

Once fitted, these laser projectors are said to be maintenance free for 20,000 hours.

For further details contact:

Chua Li Tinn, Marketing communications
Epson Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Tel: 03 – 56288588 ext 274

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Dick Tan is one of the longest serving member of the audio-video industry having spent close to 45 years in it. Tan started in the mid 70s working in audio showrooms and writing for fledgling audio magazines in the country.

“I have been through turntables to open reel and cassette tape decks to amplifiers and speakers in that golden era of hi-fi to the sophistication of today's digital audio and AV components such as Bluray and UHD Bluray discs players to streamers and beyond. In the end they all have one common goal … to achieve audio and video in the best, most efficient way possible.”

The other 'hat' that Tan wears, at least once each year, is that of the organiser of the AV Show which started in 1994. The KL International AV Show has been consistently held every year since for the last 26 record breaking years.