EPSON Debuts 12,000 Lumen 3LCD Laser-Phosphor Projector Using Inorganic Color-Wheel and Panels

epson-pro-l1505u-0416You are no long forced to buy a DLP projector if you want laser-phosphor. Two months ago, at the ISE show in Amsterdam, Epson launched the world’s-first laser-phosphor 3LCD projector line that not only lasts for (and is warranted for) 20,000 hours, but can garner a 12,000 lumen light output.

The Pro L1505U large-venue projector combines a laser light source and 3LCD technology and is aimed for events staging, auditoriums and houses of worship. Using three native WUXGA (1920×1200) inorganic LCD panels that use a unique Epson 4K Enhancement Technology to simulate 4K in a way that is stunning. Delivering 12,000 lumens of color brightness and 12,000 lumens of white brightness, the L1505U’s laser light engine also provides virtually maintenance-free operation up to 30,000 hours. Plus, its exceptional integration capabilities include diverse connectivity such as HDBaseT and nine optional powered lenses with lens shift and lens memory (standard lens included).

Here’s a video we shot of it at ISE.