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Epson EpiqVision Laser Projection TV


Whether you’re watching a live sporting event, streaming your favorite series,
gaming on the latest generation of consoles, or simply watching a blockbuster movie,
EpiqVision Laser Projection TV1 from Epson will simply amaze you.

*Projected images simulated.

Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS500
Laser Projection TV - 100"

$4,999 Estimated Purchase Price
Projector Available in Black or White.


  • 100” Epson EpiqVision Ultra ALR Screen
  • LS500 Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector
  • 4K PRO-UHD2
  • 10-Bit HDR Color Processing
  • 4,000 Lumens3
  • Up to 2,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • Native 60 Hz Refresh Rate
  • 16.7ms Input Lag
  • Dual 18 Gbps HDMI 2.0 / HDCP 2.2 Ports
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty


Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS500
Laser Projection TV - 120"

$5,999 Estimated Purchase Price
Projector Available in Black or White.


  • 120” Epson EpiqVision Ultra ALR Screen
  • LS500 Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector
  • 4K PRO-UHD2
  • 10-Bit HDR Color Processing
  • 4,000 Lumens3
  • Up to 2,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • Native 60 Hz Refresh Rate
  • 16.7ms Input Lag
  • Dual 18 Gbps HDMI 2.0 / HDCP 2.2 Ports
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty


An Immersive Display up to 120"

As an alternative to traditional LCD and OLED TV’s, the Epson EpiqVision Laser Projection TV1 represents a new generation of digital projection that redefines the everyday television experience by offering a stunning 4K PRO-UHD2 HDR picture available in both 100” or 120” screen sizes.

A Complete Solution

Ambient Light Rejecting Screen +
Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector

Epson EpiqVision Laser Projection TV combines a new type of Ultra Short Throw Laser-Array Projection technology – along with a high resolution Ambient Light Rejecting screen to produce vivid colors and deep blacks for an exceptionally bright, colorful, and sharp picture.

Introducing the Epson EpiqVision Ultra ALR Screen

Designed by Epson to Look Beautiful in Any Environment

A New Type of Laser Projection Technology

Ultra Short Throw Laser Array Technology

Epson EpiqVision Laser Projection TV1

Key Features

than a 60" flat panel TV

With an immersive 100" or 120" display, watching sports is an epic event. It's the closest thing to being their live. Nothing else even comes close.

4K PRO-UHD®2 Projection Technology

Advanced pixel-shifting technology precisely controls three-individual high-definition LCD chips to parallel process millions of pixels. This new type of resolution enhancement technology results in an exceptionally sharp 4K visual experience.

Epson Ultra Short Throw Lens Technology

Sitting just inches from the wall, the Epson Ultra Short Throw Lens utilizes a proprietary multi-element Precision Glass Structure for outstanding image clarity and edge-to-edge uniformity—while projecting a 16:9 image up to 120".

Precise Digital Blanking Technology

An advanced digital masking feature allowing you to control the image on all four sides of the screen to precisely align to your display’s thin bezel frame.

Advanced Digital Imaging Processing

Realtime 12-bit analog-to-digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions, while helping to eliminate banding, blocking, and other compression artifacts from the final visual performance. This powerful processing technology faithfully reproduces the source material the way it was intended to be shown.

10-Bit HDR Color Processing

Full 10-bit HDR color processing accepting 100% of the HDR source information to faithfully reproduce HDR content for an exceptional visual performance.

Awesome for Console Gaming

If you're a serious console gamer, Epson EpiqVision Laser Projection TV1 will take your gaming experience to a new level of immersion. Imagine a 100" or 120" 4K PRO-UHD2 gaming display — with input lag times about 16.7 milliseconds.
Enough said.

Chroma Subsampling

Epson EpiqVision Laser Projection TV1 is compatible with the latest resolution and frame rate standards – Future-proofing your investment.

Included Android TV4 operating system with a simple-to-use remote – including voice search with built-in Google Assistant. Watch all your favorite streaming channels including Netflix, HBO, Showtime, YouTube, hulu, ESPN and more. Even stream live TV with apps like YouTube TV.5

And with Chromecast built-in, you can stream all your favorite content directly from your Google Android, or Apple iOS device.6

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Here’s What People Are Saying


"Epson surprised CEDIA showgoers with several ongoing demos of its previously unannounced UST projector, dubbed the LS500 Laser Projection TV."

Rob Savin
Projector Central
AVS Forum Best of CEDIA 2019

"This [Epson EpiqVision Laser Projection TV] delivers brilliant imagery – and what a great idea to pair it with a screen!"

Scott Wilkinson
Tech Hive

"The exciting thing about this is the price – it starts at under $5,000 for the 100-inch, which could bring ultra-short-throw projection to a much wider audience."

Residential Systems

"It broadcasts this ridiculously huge image with amazing quality. You just can't beat it – it's a home run."

That Home Theater Dude

"At 4,000 lumens, the LS500 is capable of getting very bright, brighter than several other recently announced TVs."


See It Live at Magnolia

It's hard to describe how epic this new type of television experience is.
You need to see it for yourself.


See it Live at a Professional Home Theater Installer

Epson has a complete network of passionate home theater installers ready to demo and answer your questions. And when you’re ready to purchase, they can even help with installation, optional furniture, and even audio solutions.


Technical Specifications

Epson EpiqVision Ultra ALR Screen


Display Technology

4K Compatible Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen with Optical Layering Technology

Thin bezel design

Screen color is black when no image is being projected

Aspect Ratio



Viewing Performance

170 degree viewing angle 0.8 Gain

Overall Dimensions & Weight

100-Inch Screen
88" x 49.9" x 1.2" (W x H x D)
24.3 lbs.

120-Inch Screen
105.5" x 59.7" x 1.2" (W x H x D)
28.7 lbs.

Technical Specifications

Epson LS500 Ultra Short Throw Laser Array Projector


Case Color

White or Black

Dynamic Contrast Ratio

Up to 2,000,000:1


Projection Technology

Ultra Short Throw Laser Array

True Laser Diode with 20,000 hours of life7

Native Refresh Rate

60 Hz


Maximum Projected Screen Size

130-Inch at 16:9

130-Inch can be achieved with various third-party screens.

Maximum Color Gamut

Rec. 709




Real-time 12-bit video processing.

Input Lag

About 16.7 milliseconds (when running 4K at 60 Hz)

Ideal for fast-paced 60 fps console gaming


Brightness (White & Color)

4,000 Lumens3

Noise Level

Up to 37 dB



Full 10-Bit HDR processing with 16 step adjustments

HLG supported

Main Connectivity

18 Gbps HDMI 2.0 x 3

One HDMI port is ARC compatible

All HDMI ports are HDCP 2.2 compatible


Projector Mounting Options

The Projector sits in‑front of the screen, centered and just below the bottom of the screen.

No ceiling, or in‑wall wiring required.


Built-in Dual 10 watt speakers.

External audio system recommended for this awesome TV.


Optional Connectivity

Mini Stereo Audio Out x 1

RJ45 Ethernet x 1 (for remote management systems)

RS232C x 1 (for various control solutions)

USB Type A x 1 (for power only; 5V, 2A)

USB Type A x 1 (for optional wireless LAN dongle)

USB Mini Type B x 1 (for service and firmware updates)

Base Projected Image Control

Manual Focus Adjustment

Blanking (Top, Bottom, Left, Right)

Four Corner Keystone Correction

Gamma Correction

White Balance Correction

Pixel Alignment Adjustment


3D Compatible

Full 3D compatible using Active 3D Glasses

Active 3D Glasses sold separately

Power Up Times

30 seconds from Off

5 seconds from Stand‑By

Questions & Answers

Directly from the Development Team

How big is the shipping box?

100-Inch Model
92" x 22" x 22" at 86 lbs.

120-Inch Model
120" x 22" x 22" at 103 lbs.

Can I install this myself?

Yes. The complete solution is designed for customer installation. And, all the required hardware comes in the box. Search YouTube for install videos.

However, if you're not very technical, ask your reseller for installation options through them. They may charge for installation, so check with them for the latest pricing.

Does the screen require power or any connections?

No. The screen requires no power or connections from the projector. It simply hangs on your wall and is relatively light.

The 100" screen weighs
24.3 lbs. and the 120" screen weighs 28.7 lbs.

How do I hook-up my cable box, streaming devices, or gaming consoles?

Just like you do with any standard TV. Epson EpiqVision comes with two 18 Gbps HDMI 2.0 input ports on the back and one 18 Gbps HDMI 2.0 input port behind the front cover. (This port may already be used for the Android TV stick from Epson.)

Do I need a separate audio system for this TV?

Yes. The built-in speakers are
just ok. We recommend an external audio solution, such as sound bars or a dedicated surround sound system.

Can I game on this display?

Yes. In fact, many of us at Epson are serious gamers. And personally, I cannot wait for the next-gen gaming consoles.

My current Sony® PS4 Pro and Microsoft™ Xbox One X see this display as 4K with HDR at a full 60 frames per second. The recorded Input Lag times are an impressive 16.7 milliseconds.

And yes, it's awesome gaming on a display this big.

Is the display bright enough to watch TV in a bright room?

Yes. One of the breakthroughs from Epson is our newest Ultra Short Throw Laser Array Technology. When combined with a special screen, the overall brightness of the picture is incredible and performs great even in the brightest of rooms.

Search YouTube for customers and resellers that are demoing the product, or find a Magnolia store nearest you that is showcasing the product in their demo room. It's really amazing technology.

Is the Ambient Light Rejecting screen design by Epson?

Yes. We designed the 100-Inch and 120-Inch display to optimize resolution and brightness – while minimizing the effect of ambient room lighting. Our Epson EpiqVision ALR Display is really amazing technology.

Can I buy the Epson LS500 Ultra Short Throw Projector without the Epson Screen?

Yes. If you contact one of our Professional Home Theater Installers, they have the option to sell you other screens such as roll-downs, different sizes, etc. There are a number of great third-party screens that are also compatible with our Epson LS500 Ultra Short Throw Laser Array Projector.

Who is EpiqVision designed for?

Epson designed this product for people who really want a larger TV experience in their homes. Today's TVs max-out at about 86".

Of course, the latest generation of OLED and QLED's have better color and black performance, but the Epson EpiqVision LS500 Laser Projection TV has very impressive performance as well.

And, when this level of performance is being displayed at 100" or 120" – the immersive experience is simply epic. Nothing else even comes close.

I noticed EpiqVision has Android TV support. Is it built-in? Or, is it an external stick?

Epson developed our own Android TV streaming stick with a voice remote. It's an HDMI stick that fits cleanly inside the front HDMI compartment of the projector - so you never see the streaming stick itself.

Of course, you can remove this and install your own streaming solution if you want. Although, not all streaming sticks will fit completely inside the projector's front compartment.

1 TV Tuner not included. Purchase of separate TV Tuner and Antenna are required to watch free over-the-air local channels.
2 4K Enhancement Technology shifts each pixel to double Full HD resolution on screen. Resolution is Full HD in 3D Mode.
3 Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.
4 In order to use the Android TV, the device must be configured on a network via a wireless connection of 5 Mbps or faster.
5 Some apps require paid subscriptions.
6 Visit the Google® Chromecast website for the latest smart device and computer OS support.

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