Epson has announced a limited time promotion on its EqiqVision Ultra LS500 Laser Projection TV and bundles. LS500 Black promo

Beginning this Sunday April 18 and running through June 1, Epson is offering a 10% discount on bundles that include the projector and a 100-inch ALR UST screen, the projector with a 120-inch ALR UST screen, and the projector alone (recently made available as a standalone purchase after being available only to installers after the projector's initial launch).

Both the black and white versions of the LS500 are available under the promotion.

Here are the packages and pricing:
LS500 (White) with 100-inch Screen, MSRP $4,999—discount price $4,499
LS500 (Black) with 100-inch Screen, MSRP $4,999—discount price $4,499
LS500 (White) with 120-inch Screen, MSRP $5,999—discount price $5,399
LS500 (Black) with 120-inch Screen, MSRP $5,999—discount price $5,399
LS500 Standalone (White), MSRP $3,999—discount price $3,599
LS500 Standalone (Black), MSRP $3,999—discount price $3,599 Epson LS500 White promo

ProjectorCentral favorably reviewed the Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS500 and its 100-inch screen and awarded it our Editor's Choice award. You can read our review here.

You can also reference the ProjectorCentral YouTube channel for our LS500 video review, LS500 screen construction and projector alignment video, and our LS500/100-inch Screen unboxing video.

For more detailed specifications and connections, check out our Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS500W-100 projector page.

The Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS500W-100 is also sold outside of the United States of America as the Epson EH-LS500W-100. Some specifications may be slightly different. Check with Epson for complete specifications.

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Joshua Kanode Posted Apr 17, 2021 6:37 AM PST
That $2000 difference between screen or screenless is quite dramatic and why I’ve habitually griped about projector manufacturers not offering their wares sans screen. As more owners either already own a UST ALR or simply want choices in format, I hope manufacturers learn this lesson and offer potential buyers the option of opting out. ‘Bout friggen time!

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