Epson Home Cinema 3200 4K PRO-UHD 3-Chip Projector with HDR (Renewed)


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The Epson Home Cinema 3200 includes our latest 4K PRO-UHD1 technology for an exceptional 4K HDR2 home theater experience. Using advanced processing technologies for resolution enhancement, color and image processing, the Home Cinema 3200 faithfully displays all your favorite content at an exceptional level of brightness and color accuracy. And, with support for the latest 18 Gbps HDMI 2. 0 specification, you’ll enjoy 4K HDR gaming at a full 60 fps from the latest generation of consoles and streaming devices. Whether you’re streaming your favorite series, 4K gaming, or simply watching a blockbuster movie in HDR, the Epson Home Cinema 3200 is simply stunning. Now that’s Projection Perfected.

4k pro-uhd (1) projection technology — a new type of 4k home theater experience, utilizing advanced technologies for resolution enhancement, color and image processing
true 3-chip projector design — advanced 3lcd technology displays 100 percent of the rgb color signal for every frame without any “rainbow effect” or color brightness issues
4k resolution processing — pixel-shifting technology precisely controls three individual, high-definition lcd chips to parallel process millions of pixels
full 10-bit hdr (2)— accepts 100 percent of the hdr source information to faithfully reproduce hdr content for an amazing visual performance, plus hog support
digital video processing — real-time, 12-bit analog-to-digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions; helps eliminate banding, blocking and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance
outstanding brightness — an impressive 2, 900 lumens for both color and white brightness (3); contrast ratio of up to 40, 000: 1
full 18 gbps hdmi 2. 0 support — compatible with virtually all color formats, depths and spaces while simultaneously supporting 4k hdr (2) content at a full 60 hz


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