The center rear of the projector holds all the inputs, the power connector and a 2nd IR remote receiver.
At the top left are a pair of HDMI 2.0 (HDCP 2.2) inputs. Both HDMI inputs are 18Gbps so they support 4K HDR up to 60fps. As with many newer home theater projectors, many of the older “legacy” type inputs are gone, including a VGA input or component video and S-Video.
Beside them is a service port and a USB input. To use the projector over a wireless network, you can also plug in an optional Epson wireless LAN module in the projectors USB input.
Below them is the Audio Out port that you can use to connect the projector to an external audio system using a stereo mini-jack cable.
The next row contains a single 12V trigger output which can be used to control a screen, the sled of an anamorphic lens, or motorized shades. Beside it is a traditional serial RS-232C port (DB9 connector) for “old school” command and control. There is also a security cable attachment point and DC Power Port (2.0A) to power a device via USB.
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