Laser projectors have several advantages over ones that use lamps. You get brighter images, and you don’t have to worry about replacing a projector bulb. Laser projectors also tend to have a shorter throw distance. It makes the projectors easier to set up and you have more options on where you can install them.
With 4K projectors becoming the standard, it’s getting harder to compare them. Image quality is the same, you get immersive, detailed images. Brightness can vary, like with the Optoma UHD60 vs the Epson 5050UB, but both projectors produce images movie buffs will love.
Optoma’s line of CinemaX projectors boast a flexible installation, impressive image, and sound quality, and they work seamlessly with most smart home systems. It’s a versatile line of home theater projectors that include the CinemaX Pro and P2.
JVC’s DLA line of home theater projectors is at the top of everyone’s list when image quality is a priority. Sophisticated glass lenses and three-chip displays are standard with the projectors, and it includes the NX7 and NZ7.
Epson’s line of home cinema projectors makes it easy to enjoy big-screen entertainment in your den or theater room. They are easy to use, versatile, and integrate into most existing home setups. You also get stunning picture quality.