The EH-TW9100 is the ideal piece of home cinema equipment for film fanatics who want immersive, high definition movie experiences in the comfort of their own home. With bright 1080p Full HD picture technology in both 2D and 3D modes, this top-of-the-range home cinema projector offers comfortable, immersive viewing while the ISF certification ensures colours accuracy.
Delivering a high 320,000:1 contrast ratio and enhanced by Epson’s 3LCD panels, the EH-TW9100 provides superb high quality images and rich, deep blacks for a wide variety of content. Epson's Super resolution technology and Frame interpolation creates a sharper, clearer viewing experience with a smoother, more fluid screen movement.
The ISF certification ensures an accurate colour management to provide the best display.
Its wide lens shift and powerful zoom lens make it quick and easy to set up in a variety of positions. The centred lens and front exhaust offer great flexibility during installation.
3D content is noticeably bright thanks to Epson’s luminance enhancement technology. By doubling the refresh rate from 240Hz to 480Hz, crosstalk effect is dramatically reduced, meaning the blackout period between left and right eye images is cut down.
Convert 2D high definition images into Full HD 3D projections at the press of a button. Thanks to the 3D depth adjustment function, depth perception and image quality is much more enhanced than previous Epson 3D projectors.
Featuring two pairs of lightweight, rechargeable Radio Frequency (RF) active shutter 3D glasses*1, included with the projector, you can enjoy content without interference. You can keep these industry standard glasses for future upgrades, and use them with other home projector and TV manufacturers.
- High quality images
- 3LCD Full HD technology
- Deep blacks
- 320,000:1 contrast ratio
- Bright output
- 2,400 lumens CLO and WLO
- Bright 3D content
- 480hz drive
- Industry standard
- Two Radio Frequency 3D glasses
Terms and Conditions
- Epson RF active shutter 3D glasses are part of the Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative, www.fullhd3dglasses.com