Sharper images and superb color
A home theater projector can give you more of a good thing — a big, beautiful picture — than even the largest TV on the market. Epson's LS11000 brings together several advanced technologies to make this one of their finest-looking projectors yet. A pair of 4K/120Hz HDMI inputs support cutting-edge video sources, including next-gen gaming consoles like the Sony PS5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X.
Impressive HDR2 – Full 10-bit HDR2 color processing accepting 100% of the HDR source information to faithfully reproduce HDR, HDR10+ and HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) content for an exceptional visual performance; real-time HDR curve adjustment allows for 16-steps of control to finetune the HDR performance regardless of the content
120 Hz Refresh Rate – Refresh rates up to 120 Hz allow for smoother motion for supported content while providing the option for impressive Frame Interpolation for content below 120 Hz
Impressive Contrast – Taking full advantage of the Laser Array Light Source, Epson is able to suppress stray light within the signal and enhance the picture contrast to produce a Dynamic Contrast Ratio exceeding 1,200,000:1
Epson Cinema Lens – Designed for zero light leakage, the Epson Cinema Lens utilizes a proprietary multi-element precision glass structure for outstanding image clarity and edge-to-edge focus uniformity
3-Way Motorized Lens – Making installation simple, you can precisely shift the lens up to +/- 96% horizontally and up to +/- 47% vertically without picture distortion or loss of clarity; you can also set the zoom and focus, then store all the settings in one of ten lens memory presets
Real-Time Scene Adaptive Correction – Powered by the Epson Picture Processor, the user has the option to automatically adjust the picture quality based upon the scene information itself; this provides a simple way to get impressive color and contrast, regardless of the content being displayed
HDMI® 2.1 – Supports the full 48 Gbps bandwidth for accepting uncompressed 4K HDR2 content up to 120 Hz; along with ARC and eARC support, this allows for outstanding compatibility with the latest AV receivers and next-generation gaming consoles
Epic for Gaming – Gaming up to 4K at 120 frames per second, along with input lag times below 20 ms, allow serious gamers to take full advantage of the latest generation of gaming consoles and even higher-end gaming PCs
World-Class Warranty and Support – Standard 2-year limited warranty with 2-business-day, full-unit replacement, including free shipping. And, all Epson Home Cinema projectors come with free lifetime technical phone support
- RoHS compliant
- Recyclable product4
- Epson America, Inc. is a SmartWay® Transport Partner5
An array of lasers
The precise picture starts with a laser array light source. Bulb-driven projectors naturally get dimmer over time. The laser-driven LS11000 will provide consistent brightness over its life span, which is rated at up to 20,000 hours. A laser light source also means it turns on instantly, runs cooler, and is more energy-efficient.
A trio of high-contrast LCD panels
The laser light source feeds three separate LCD panels for the blue, red, and green components of the image. It's an arrangement that makes for super-solid, accurate color performance and high color brightness. Unlike DLP projectors that use a color wheel to produce their full range of colors, three-LCD projectors have no chance of producing "rainbow effect" — a kind of visual artifact that some people can see with DLP.
Advanced Epson pixel-shift technology
Pixel shifting is a technology that Epson has been putting to good use in their projectors for years. The LS11000 features their most advanced version yet — 4K PRO-UHD. The projector displays portions of each 4K video frame in rapid succession by shifting the position of the pixels in four different phases. Bottom line: you'll see clear Ultra HD detail with all your 4K video sources.
Separate audio system required
A projector of this caliber deserves to be paired with a separate high-quality audio system. In fact, the LS11000 has no built-in speakers of any kind. You'll need to either run all your audio/video sources separately into a home theater receiver, or use the projector's ARC/eARC-enabled HDMI port to feed your compatible sound bar, receiver, or other audio system.