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Previously thought to be reserved for businesses, more and more projectors are being acquired for personal use. They're ideal for setting up a home theatre system because, with today's high-resolution equipment, really high-resolution images may be projected onto screens or walls.
How to Pick a Projector for Your Home Theater
Manufacturers like as Benq, Epson, and Hitachi provide a diverse selection of models. Projectors, like other electrical equipment, offer a variety of characteristics, and purchasers often compare them by looking at the resolution, brightness, and aspect ratio.
A projector's brightness is measured in lumens. Basically, the more lumens a projector has, the brighter it is. A brighter projector can display more detailed images, making it suitable for exhibiting technical information, but watching TV or movies does not necessitate such a bright projector.
It's also a good idea to think about where you'll put the projector. The larger the space, the brighter the projector will need to be, as a general rule. Because a projector operates best in a darker environment, if you can regulate the degree of illumination, a projector with a lower lumens rating can be utilised. A greater lumens ratio is better for lighter spaces.
The picture quality, or detail, of the projected image improves as the resolution increases. There are a variety of resolutions to select from, including SVGA (800x600), XGA (1024x768), and widescreen WXGA (1200x800), which are the most prevalent.
Ratio of Aspects
Simply said, a projector's aspect ratio is the width of the picture divided by its height. There are two popular aspect ratios: 4:3 for corporate and school use, and 16:9 for home theatres. A third option is 16:10, which is optimised for widescreen displays.
Locating a Projector
House of Computers offers the perfect projector for you, whether you're giving a presentation at work or watching movies and playing video games in the comfort of your own living room. You may use the filter function on the left to find your projector by brand, aspect ratio, price, and other factors.