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NASL will project the Sunday ShowDown matches using an EPSON PowerLite 1900 series projector, which offers up to 5,000 lumens color and white light output(3), WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution, and vibrant high-resolution, widescreen images even when ambient light conditions are not optimal. Designed for easy installation and integration with existing wired or wireless networks, the projector features Epson 3LCD technology and a contrast ratio of up to 3000:1, delivering images with amazing color and crisp detail. The PowerLite 1900 series is also equipped with an HDMI and DisplayPort inputs to facilitate a wide range of digital and high-definition video signals.
For the league finals, NASL will display the games using the EPSON PowerLite Pro Z8455WUNL projector, which delivers 7,000 lumens color and white light output(4), WUXGA resolution, 3LCD technology and a contrast ratio up to 5000:1 for brilliant ultra-widescreen images ideal for large auditoriums and entertainment venues. The PowerLite Pro Z8455WUNL also offers built in edge-blending for seamless transitions between multiple projectors. The projector also includes a Faroudja DCDi chipset to enhance video quality with de-interlacing, video noise reduction and improving sharpness.
"Epson has a broad range of projectors designed to meet any multimedia need, whether in the home, office, or even large, high-traffic venues like restaurants or bars," said Phong Phanel, product manager, Corporate and Higher Education Projectors, Epson. "Our projectors will help NASL to bring its Season 3 tournament to life, and will provide images so vibrant, that fans will feel like they’re in the game."
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4. White and color light output will vary depending on mode selected. White light output measured using ISO 21118 standard.