PowerLite Pro Cinema 4855WU WUXGA 3LCD Projector Kit
The #1 projection technology in the world, with 3 chips that deliver both high color brightness and high white brightness. Learn more
Up to 3x Brighter Colors
Brilliant image quality requires high color brightness (color light output), and Epson 3LCD projectors have up to 3x Brighter Colors than leading competitive projectors. Learn more*Compared to leading 1-chip DLP Home Entertainment Projectors. Epson 720p projectors are 3x Brighter; Epson 1080p projectors are consistently 2x and up to 3x Brighter. Based on NPD data, July 2011 through June 2012. Color brightness (color light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Color brightness will vary depending on usage conditions.
Get both audio and brilliant HD video content with just one HDMI cable (compatible with the latest laptops, Blu-Ray® and media players).
Epson's Multi-PC Collaboration utility allows you to display four PC screens simultaneously over the network with even more users connected to the same projector on Standby Mode.
Crestron® RoomView® Compatible
Crestron RoomView compatibility allows IT managers (those who have standardized their equipment using this popular platform) to easily monitor and control network-connected Epson projectors via the same software they use currently to monitor all other projectors on their network.
Centered Lens Design
This unique design makes installation easy to plan with lens-to-screen alignment.
Auto Iris Technology
Epson's Auto Iris Technology adjusts the aperture to provide the optimum contrast and brightness for each scene.
6-Axis Color Adjustments
For special projection material such as high-quality photographs or artwork, users can adjust the hue, saturation and brightness for six colors: RGBCMY (Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow).
This innovative feature allows you to move any of the four corners of an image independently at setup, to adjust each corner for a perfectly rectangular picture.
Built-in Closed Captioning
Built-in closed captioning helps educational institutions meet ADA 508 requirements for students with hearing impairments.