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Epson Debuts Two 4K PRO-UHD Home Cinema Projectors

New Home Cinema 5050UB and 5050UBe feature 2600 lumens of equal color and white brightness, HDR10, and Epson UltraBlack technology.

Epson has introduced two new Home Cinema projectors designed to deliver an immersive 4K experience to home theaters. The Home Cinema 5050UB and wireless Home Cinema 5050UBe 4K PRO-UHD projectors feature 2600 lumens of equal color and white brightness, HDR10, and Epson UltraBlack technology. Leveraging full 10-bit color output — plus proprietary dedicated processors for resolution enhancement, HDR, and image processing — the new Home Cinema 4K PRO-UHD projectors display incredible color accuracy, brightness, and image detail to faithfully display content, according to the company.

The Home Cinema 5050UB and 5050UBe are powered by Epson’s 4K PRO-UHD resolution enhancement technology, a high-performance optical engine that generates high color and white brightness, color accuracy, and dramatic contrast with HDR10. Epson’s latest projectors fully support 4K HDR content at a full 60 Hz. Featuring a contrast ratio up to 1,000,000:1, a wide color gamut displaying the entire DCI-P3 color space, and Epson’s proprietary 15-element glass projection lens, the latest Epson Home Cinema projectors offer a 4K experience to power a home theater.

The Home Cinema 5050UB and 5050UBe have installation flexibility with a wide lens shift of up to ±96 percent on the vertical axis and up to ±47 percent on the horizontal axis. For accurate color reproduction, the new projectors feature low Delta E and include a CalMAN pattern generator calibration tool. Plus, with Epson’s advanced 3-chip, 3LCD technology, the projectors display images free from any distracting rainbow effect or white segments.

 

 

Available only with the Home Cinema 5050UBe model, you get an additional Epson WirelessHD transmitter with four HMDI inputs, allowing you to wirelessly transmit 4K content up to 30 frames-per-second. This allows for a simple solution versus running longer HDMI cables through your walls.