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Why Do 9 out of 10 Users Prefer Images from Epson Projectors?1

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Colour Brightness - Colour Light Output | White Brightness - White Light Output

The specifications on a projector may only reflect its white light output. Even if a projector has high white brightness, it may have low colour brightness where your images would turn out dull and dark. With high colour brightness, you'll enjoy vibrant and realistic hues in projected images.

Up to 3X Brighter Colours
No Rainbow Effect
Up to 3X Wider Colour Gamut
Up to 3X Brighter Colours
No Rainbow Effect
Up to 3X Wider Colour Gamut

Experience up to 3X Brighter Colours

The colour brightness on 1-chip projectors is only one-third of what Epson projectors can offer despite their high white brightness.

With equally high white and colour brightness on our projectors, you'll images with superior colour balance.

No Rainbow Effect

The spinning motion of sequencial colour wheels with 1-chip projectors tend to cause colours to break out into distinct red, green and blue. This results in flashes of colours known as the rainbow effect, which can be seen particularly across dark areas or fast action in a video.

With prolonged viewing, users might experience headaches. Epson 3LCD projectors do not give out this effect, allowing users to have a comfortable experience.

Up to 3X Wider Colour Gamut

A colour gamut represents the range of colours that can be produced by a display device. Epson 3LCD projectors reproduce a gamut three times wider than 1-chip projectors, giving you a higher range of colours and more realistic picture that is close to what you would see on your TV or computer monitor.

Experience up to 3X Brighter Colours

The colour brightness on 1-chip projectors is only one-third of what Epson projectors can offer despite their high white brightness.

With equally high white and colour brightness on our projectors, you'll images with superior colour balance.

No Rainbow Effect

The spinning motion of sequencial colour wheels with 1-chip projectors tend to cause colours to break out into distinct red, green and blue. This results in flashes of colours known as the rainbow effect, which can be seen particularly across dark areas or fast action in a video.

With prolonged viewing, users might experience headaches. Epson 3LCD projectors do not give out this effect, allowing users to have a comfortable experience.

Up to 3X Wider Colour Gamut

A colour gamut represents the range of colours that can be produced by a display device. Epson 3LCD projectors reproduce a gamut three times wider than 1-chip projectors, giving you a higher range of colours and more realistic picture that is close to what you would see on your TV or computer monitor.

Up to 3X Brighter Colours

Experience up to 3X Brighter Colours

The colour brightness on 1-chip projectors is only one-third of what Epson projectors can offer despite their high white brightness.

With equally high white and colour brightness on our projectors, you'll images with superior colour balance.

No Rainbow Effect

No Rainbow Effect

The spinning motion of sequencial colour wheels with 1-chip projectors tend to cause colours to break out into distinct red, green and blue. This results in flashes of colours known as the rainbow effect, which can be seen particularly across dark areas or fast action in a video.

With prolonged viewing, users might experience headaches. Epson 3LCD projectors do not give out this effect, allowing users to have a comfortable experience.

Up to 3X Wider Colour Gamut

Up to 3X Wider Colour Gamut

A colour gamut represents the range of colours that can be produced by a display device. Epson 3LCD projectors reproduce a gamut three times wider than 1-chip projectors, giving you a higher range of colours and more realistic picture that is close to what you would see on your TV or computer monitor.

 

 "See vibrant, realistic colours with high colour brightness only with Epson 3LCD projectors"

-the preferred choice.

 

1 Leading Epson business and education projectors vs. leading 1-chip DLP projectors, selected according to NPD data as of July 2015. Based on U.S. research conducted by Radius Research.