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How to know the Best Home Theatre Projector for you
Some buying guides would definitely give you a hint on what is the best home theatre projector for
you. They give you technical ideas on which are better for you when selecting the home theatre
projector. Here are some technical details you need to further know about the best projector for
your home theatre.
The projectors resolution is the number of pixels available to create an image. The higher the
resolution, the more pixels it has. Projectors come in different resolutions.
1280x720.This is the most popular home theatre projection resolution. This offers excellent DVD
1280x800.This is a hybrid resolution that displays HD videos as well as standard computer
1920x1080.This displays HDTV quality and Blu-ray. It gives you the sharpest and most detailed
images for any HD material.
4K.This is the newest resolution that offers Ultra HD quality. This is quite expensive but is now
being sold in the market.
Recommended resolution would be 1080p which are now affordable. But other resolutions offer
their own benefits so check which resolution suits you best.
Brightness means how much light your eyes can perceive on the screen depending on the light of
the projector and on the reflection of the screen. The brightness of the projector is measured in
ANSI lumens. The Lumens come in different ranges.
Under 1000 lumens. This gives off low light output and should be used in a dark room. This is
suitable for small screens.
1000 to 2000 lumens. This is the common lumen range and should be used in dimly lit rooms. This
is suitable for small to average-size screens.
2000 to 3000 lumens. This has flexible lighting and should be used in ambient rooms. This is
suitable for any screen size.
Above 3000 lumens. this is very bright and should be used in rooms with lighting.
When selecting a projector, take note that its brightness will matter on the lighting of the room and
size of the screen.
It is the difference in brightness between the brightest and darkest parts of the image depending
on the light of the projector and reflection of the screen. The greater the difference, the higher the
contrast. Contrast gives depth to images. It is recommended to have dark rooms for better
contrast. The darker the room, the higher the contrast of the image. When adding light into the
room, contrast is reduced and images will be washed out.
Throw Ratio and Installation
Throw distance is how far back the projector is placed from the screen to create quality images.
Projectors vary in distances when they project. The throw ratio is the distance from the lens to the
screen divided by the width of the screen. Knowing the throw ratio can deliver more accurate
images. Aside from knowing the distance between the screen and the projector, you need to add
zoom ranges and lens shift for projectors to easier for different rooms and screen sizes. Adjusting
the lens by zooming in or zooming out can make projected images larger and smaller. On the
other hand, lens shift can make the images move upward, downward and sideways depending on
the screen availability.
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