Laser projectors are becoming the must-have in home entertainment systems. You get a brighter picture and there’s less maintenance since there aren’t any bulbs to replace. Laser projectors are also versatile thanks to their short-throw distance. You can set a laser projector up almost anywhere.
One component that every home entertainment system should have is a laser projector and LG has an impressive line with the HU85LA and the HU85LS. Both are short-throw projectors that are ideal for small spaces, produce stunning picture quality, come with smart features, and are easy to use and install.
Smart 4K home theater projectors are almost complete entertainment systems in one convenient package. Along with producing stunning images, these projectors also boast plenty of connectivity and an internal computer. You can watch movies, listen to music, and put on presentations.
Epson has introduced a line of home theater projectors that include the 5050UB and the 6050UB. At first glance, it seems like the two models are identical, except for cabinet color. The color difference isn’t enough to justify the higher price tag on the 6050UB, so what sets it apart?
Optoma has produced some impressive home cinema projectors that include its GT line. These projectors boast a flexible installation and come with plenty of features designed to improve your at-home viewing experience.
The price of 4K projectors is finally dropping and you can find affordable options that include the BenQ HT3550 and Epson 3800. Both are true 4K projectors and similarly priced, but there are some differences you should know.
A high-end projector can take your home theater experience from great to amazing. With the most advanced features and the best image quality, these projectors offer you an immersive experience that is unlike anything you’ve seen outside of a high-end theater. Both of these designs are ultra short throw projectors, meaning you can get an oversized image with minimal space by positioning the projector close to the screen. Today, we look at the features of the Optoma Cinemax P2 vs Samsung LSP9T and let you know why we think the Samsung is a better buy. (>>> Check on Bhphotovideo)
It’s easier than you might think to turn your living room into a home movie theater if you have the right projector. Almost any projector will throw images on the screen, but picture quality can dramatically vary. The size of the room also matters. Can you have the projector inches from the screen or do you need to place it several feet away?
Not everyone has a room dedicated to their home entertainment system and this means ambient light can be a problem. It’s not easy to block out the sun when you want to watch a movie with your 4K projector. BenQ has resolved this problem with its TK810 and TK850 home theater projectors. Both models come with bright lamps that ensure images are clear even when the lights are on.
A projector can turn your home into a movie theater. You can watch movies and shows in stunning color, and even play games if the lag time is fast enough. Two projectors come with several of the same features. Both produce bright sharp images, come with gaming modes, and can be set up in minutes.