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Epson

Epson EB-PQ2008W 8K Lumen 4K Laser Projector

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SKU:
V11HB01820
UPC:
010343987159
MPN:
EB-PQ2008W
Condition:
New
  • Epson EB-PQ2008W 8K Lumen 4K Laser Projector
  • Epson EB-PQ2008W 8K Lumen 4K Laser Projector
  • Epson EB-PQ2008W 8K Lumen 4K Laser Projector
$18,124.00
  • Chief VCMU Heavy Duty Universal Mount (VCMU)
  • Epson Middle / Standard Throw Lens #1 (1.44 - 2.32) (V12H004M08)
  • Epson V12H004M0F Middle Throw Lens #2 (1.8 – 2.35)
  • Epson ELPLU03S Short throw zoom lens (V12H004UA3)
  • Epson Short Throw Lens #2 (0.64 - 0.77) (V12H004U04)
  • Epson Wide Short Throw Lens (0.77 - 1.07) (V12H004W05)
  • Epson Wide Short Throw Lens #2 (1.19 - 1.62) (V12H004W06)
  • Epson ELPLW08 Wide-Throw Zoom Lens #3 (V12H004W08)
  • Epson Middle Zoom Lens #3 (2.42 - 3.71) (V12H004M0A)
  • Epson Middle Zoom Lens #4 (3.54 - 5.41)
  • Epson Long Throw Lens (5.27 - 7.41) (V12H004L08)
  • Epson ELPLX01S Ultra Short-throw Lens (V12H004X0A)
  • Epson ELPLX01WS Ultra Short-throw Lens (V12H004Y0A)
  • Epson EPPPRJPUE2 Upgrade/Extended Warranty
  • Epson EPPPRJPUE5 Upgrade/Extended Warranty

Description

Epson EB-PQ2008W 8K Lumen 4K Laser Projector

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Overview

Leveraging our 4K Crystal Motion technology, thermo-control panel and double micro-lens array, the EB-PQ2008W laser projector delivers stunning 4K resolution on-screen.  With 8,000 lumens of color and white brightness, the EB-PQ2008W produces captivating visuals in extraordinary detail.  And a high native contrast ratio and 3-chip 3LCD technology means you will enjoy a realistic display enriched with vibrant colors and deep blacks.

The EB-PQ2008W features a virtually maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source and air filter.  This projector provides frame interpolation for fast-moving objects, as well as HDR support and scene adaptive gamma correction for lifelike images.  The EB-PQ2008W pairs with 10 optional powered lenses (sold separately) to simplify installation and includes a host of premium features for fast setup, such as built-in NFC functionality, and an optional attachable PixAlign™ camera to streamline multi-projector setups.

Key Features

  • 8,000 lumens of equal white and color brightness
  • 4K Crystal Motion technology
  • Virtually maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source
  • High native contrast for a realistic display
  • Simplified installation with 10 optional powered lenses


The EPSON EB-PQ2008W 8K Lumen 4K Laser Projector is a cutting-edge piece of technology designed to provide a top-of-the-line visual experience. With its 4K Crystal Motion technology, thermo-control panel, and double micro-lens array, this projector offers stunning 4K resolution with unparalleled clarity.

Boasting 8,000 lumens of color and white brightness, the EB-PQ2008W ensures that your visuals are displayed with exceptional detail and precision. Its high native contrast ratio and 3-chip 3LCD technology deliver vibrant colors and deep blacks for a truly immersive viewing experience.

One of the standout features of the EB-PQ2008W is its virtually maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source and air filter, making it a durable and reliable option for any setting. This projector also offers frame interpolation for smooth motion, HDR support for enhanced picture quality, and scene adaptive gamma correction for lifelike images.

For added convenience, the EB-PQ2008W is compatible with 10 optional powered lenses (sold separately) to streamline installation. It also comes equipped with built-in NFC functionality and an optional attachable PixAlign™ camera for easy setup of multi-projector configurations.

Overall, the EPSON EB-PQ2008W 8K Lumen 4K Laser Projector is a high-performance solution that delivers exceptional visuals and reliability for a wide range of applications. Whether you're setting up a home theater, classroom, or conference room, this projector is sure to impress with its impressive features and image quality.

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Warranty Information

Warranty Three-year limited or 20,000 hours, whichever comes first, in the U.S. and Canada
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