Epson LS500 vs Optoma P2

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.

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JVC DLA-NX5 vs Sony VPL-VW295ES

Almost any home cinema projector can cast 100” or larger images. While larger images are great, it’s not all you need for an immersive viewing experience. Imagine quality is important and not all projectors are the same. Some have problems with light, while others produce muted colors. You might have a large on-screen image, but details are fuzzy and the colors difficult to distinguish.

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Samsung LSP9T vs LSP7T

Samsung has an impressive line of home theater projectors. You get stunning picture quality, along with a flexible setup. The projectors also boast plenty of extra features. It’s not easy choosing between the various models, especially when you’re comparing the Samsung LSP9T vs the LSP7T.

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Epson 3800 vs 5050UB

When your primary concern is image quality, it’s best to go with an Epson home cinema projector. Epson designs all of its projectors to produce stunning, realistic colors and detailed images. It can make it difficult to tell the company’s projectors apart.

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Black Projector Screen vs White

There’s more to image quality than getting a top-rated projector. Your projector is responsible for producing the images, but what they appear on also affects quality. Blank walls are great for impromptu movie nights and there are home projectors designed to work with all types of surfaces. However, you may be losing optimal image quality.

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Epson Home Cinema 1080 Review

Imagine finding a home projector that is almost a complete entertainment system in one convenient package. Better yet, finding one at an affordable price.

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Samsung LSP7T Review

Most home laser projectors promise to give you a theater experience at home but not all deliver. Colors are often muted compared to what you see at the cinema. Then there’s also the problem with getting images perfectly aligned.

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Epson EF11 Review

You love watching movies on your home projector. Unfortunately, the projector is usually too heavy to easily move anywhere else. You can get it outside for movie night in the backyard, but that’s about as far as you want to go. However, Epson may have solved this problem.

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Optoma UHD60 vs Epson 5050UB

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.

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