Your audience has high expectations from your presentation. They want to be entertained, they want to be engaged and they want be educated.
And you want to deliver all of these expectations and more. In fact, you want to inspire, impress and surprise your audience. You want your presentation to be the one they remember, so you meet your objectives with strength and passion.
That’s why you need the Epson G Series projector.
Epson is a force to be reckoned with when it comes projection. The latest G Series products create magnificent projections thanks to Epson’s innovative features and specifications. These features include Epson’s own 3LCD technology, which consistently delivers extraordinary colour and reliability. Pioneered by Epson in the late 1980s, 3LCD technology is found in every single one of their projectors.
Projecting state-of-the-art HD images with 4K enhancement, cutting-edge video colour modes (cinema, dynamic, presentation, sRGB, DICOM SIM 3LCD technology), superior white balance and the best colour matching from the 3LCD technology, your audience will be focused on out-of-this-world images. And with the option of adding built-in speakers, you’ll have incredible audio too.
Features include lens memory (which stores your lens settings) and portrait projection (without needing to change the lamp) with optional ultra-short throw (UST) lens. Plus you can choose to integrate your G Series with a wide range of systems including HDMI, HDBaseT, DVI-D and component video. These features allow slick set-ups and minimal fuss on the day, when you need to focus on the delivery of your presentation.
You can trust that your projector is protected because of its anti-theft Kensington lock, control panel lock and password protection.
All of this, coupled with super-easy installation and positioning will ensure simple set-up every time, so your presentation is the epitome of professionalism.
There are several steps you can take if you want to safeguard your projector, extend its life and ensure that you get maximum value for money.
This will allow the fan to continue to cool the projector. If you don’t, you may damage the filament or even blow the bulb.
Avoid the auto-shut-off mode during a long installation. You should also make sure there is plenty of space between the projector's cooling fans and ceilings, walls, or enclosed compartments so air can circulate.
Be sure to clean or change your projector's air filter as specified by the user manual so clear air can flow easily through.
Be proactive and replace your bulb after it’s been running for between 1,000 and 2,000 lamp hours. You can also tell when the bulb is coming to the end of its life when the brightness changes, or if it develops a clicking noise. Be sure to switch to a new bulb before it becomes a costly and unpleasant task.
View our current Epson G series product range or call to our projection specialist Joe Trippett-Jones on 01379 647 575 today.