Business & Multimedia Projectors

Driven by 3LCD technology and a host of intuitive features, Our range of business and multimedia projectors engage with impactful presentations in classrooms, conference rooms and more.

Home Theatre Projectors

Projectors built to deliver true-to-life images for immersive entertainment. Powered by 3LCD technology with cutting-edge enhancements, Our brand home theatre projectors are ideal for bedrooms, living rooms and more.

Here are eight features and specs to look for to help you get the best home theater projector for your needs and budget.

  • Contrast
  • Contrast in video displays is expressed in a ratio, as in 1,000,000:1 or 1,000:1. It refers to the difference between the darkest black and the whitest white.

  • Color accuracy and adjustments
  • You want you projector to display accurate colors, of course. You want reds to look red and greens to look green, but the key to getting accurate colors (again, some of this will depend on your screen selection and how the image interacts with room color, or lack of it) is often in the projector’s settings and adjustments.

  • Lens zoom
  • All projectors except possibly desktop models used for business presentations (and those pocket-sized pico projectors) include a zoom lens. The zoom allows you some leeway forward and backward when positioning your projector in front of the home theater screen.

  • Lens shift
  • Because sometimes we can’t get the perfect mounting position for both projector and screen, better projectors often feature lens shift, both vertical and horizontal lens shift are available. This feature allows you to slightly move the lens up/down, left/right after it’s been mounted to help you perfectly align the projector’s image on the screen.

  • Light output
  • Brightness is probably the first thing a lot of people look for when home theater projector shopping, and indeed it is important, but not always as important as people believe.

  • Low Noise
  • Home theater projectors are stuffed with moving parts—cooling fans, color wheels, motorized iris controls and more. All those moving parts can make some noise, and when your movie is in a quiet and suspenseful moment, you don’t want the experience ruined by a loud cooling fan.

  • Resolution
  • The last of the big three specs is resolution. The first thing you’ll notice when shopping is that 99 percent of all home theater projectors are 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels).

  • Dynamic iris
  • Some projectors include an iris, which like a human iris, opens and closes to let light pass. While a human iris is designed to regulate light coming in, a projector iris is designed to regulate light going out. During movie scenes that are mostly dark, the projector’s iris will narrow to reduce the light output to help create the dark scene.

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