Epson Introduces Home Cinema 4000 Projector Epson has introduced the Home Cinema 4000 projector – bringing “4K Enhancement Technology” and HDR10 performance to consumers for under $2,200 MSRP.RS Staff ⋅ Jul 5, 2017 Epson has introduced the Home Cinema 4000 projector – bringing “4K Enhancement Technology” and HDR10 performance to consumers for under $2,200 MSRP. The projector boasts 2,200 lumens color/white brightness, uses Epson “4K Enhancement Technology” (which accepts 4K UHD content), and achieves a contrast ratio of up to 140,000:1. “Epson’s latest 4Ke1 solution provides a comprehensive viewing experience that incorporates outstanding superior brightness, extreme contrast, broad color gamut, high color fidelity and amazing resolution to deliver image quality that rivals more expensive 4K solutions currently available in the market today,” said Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, Projectors, Epson America. “From the light source, to the signal processor, to the 3LCD module, to the lens—Epson projectors deliver high quality images at a range of price points to bring big-screen performance to a range of consumers.” The Home Cinema 4000 also enables today’s connected home to stream 4K, HD, and Full 1080p content from a range of devices, including cable/satellite boxes, gaming consoles, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Apple TV through the two HDMI ports. For a fully immersive experience with sound, external speakers (not included) can be connected via the optical port.