Learn Before You Buy – 1080p Projectors

Learn Before You Buy – 1080p Projectors

Although a trip to the movie theater makes for an enjoyable evening, it is also expensive to go every night of the week. There is a way to bring the movie theatre experience to the living room and that is through the use of a 1080p video projector. A 1080p projector acts much like the projectors at movie theaters only they project a video signal, rather than using a film reel. Setting the projector in the right room, giving it enough space on a wall to project, you can bring the movie theater experience to your home.

A1080p projector uses a bright light to project an image onto a wall or screen. It also allows for the user to adjust any blurriness or other issues that can affect the quality of the picture. Other than being used for personal use at home, a 1080p projector can also be connected to a computer for presentations either at school or work. There are many different types of projectors available, each designed with different features and fitting into any budget. There are four common displays for projectors that each have a different resolution: SVGA(800×600), XGA(800×600), 720p(1280×720), and 1080p(1920×1080).

There are also several different technologies that power video projectors. CRT projectors are the oldest type of projector, although still in use they are slowly fading from the market. LCD projectors are the most common as they are the most cost effective form of projector. Texas Instruments offers its DLP technology to video projector manufacturers, this option can cost more than others as the technology has to be licensed before it can be put to use.

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Finally there are LED projectors that do not require their lamp to be replaced due to the LED’s powering projector that offers 1080p resolution offers the best resolution of video projectors that are available. The other thing to keep in mind when comparing projectors are the brightness that they offer. The price of a projector depends more on the brightness of the projector rather than resolution offered. Brightness is rated by ANSI lumens, with the higher the number the brighter the projector. The ideal combination is to have a high ANSI rating with a resolution of 1080p. By finding the highest combination of the two (mixed with the lowest price) you can find a projector that displays a beautiful picture in any situation that it is used.