October 2023

The October In Person Only Meeting

Date: Saturday, October 28, 2023, 2:00 PM EDT

Location:  Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington MA 02421

Guest: Jeff Paiva, Senior Trainer for Epson Projectors, Epson.com

Topic: Why the Epson Pro Cinema LS12000 4k Pro-UHD Laser Projector is among the best

Pro Cinema LS12000

According to Epson, their Pro Cinema Projectors have one goal: to faithfully reproduce the source material the way the artist intended. This single thought is what guided our engineering teams to develop a next-generation home theater projector. It could possibly be our best Pro Cinema Projector ever. $4999 srp.

Jeff Paiva’s role at Epson is to inform Epson Projector dealers about this newest flagship model. It has 3 chips and fully compliant with the latest video technology, 4K PRO-UHD, advanced pixel-shifting technology, and a Precision Glass Shift Plate working in parallel with three individual high-definition LCD chips to produce an exceptionally sharp 4K picture without sacrificing brightness. It is crafted to reproduce images the way the 4K experience was meant to be.

He will show the projector in a darkened room and on one of the best DNP screens.

Jeff trains dealer technicians to set up and display for all situations they may encounter. He will cover each step from how to select the ideal screen for your room, the projector, and match to a complementary multichannel playback system. He will detail why Epson’s newest laser projector’s brightness capability leads to a more enhanced playback experience. He has spent 22-years with Epson in screen development, and 8 years with Bang & Olufsen and the German company Loewe, which designs and sells electromechanical products. His career has been explaining how things work and why. He encourages technical questions about video, the latest video codex, and screens. According to Jeff, Epson parts are all made in-house (vertical manufacturing). This is why their projectors have outstanding performance and value: Everything is designed to work together from the bottom up.

DIRECTIONS – From Boston take I-95 North toward New Hampshire. Exit onto 46A towards
E. Lexington. After 515 feet, keep right onto Rte. 2A, E. Lexington. After 2.8 mi turn left and arrive at destination.

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updated 4/14/23