Buying a projector for your home theatre can be one of the greatest feelings in the world. Getting to watch your movies on a huge screen is like having you very own movie theatre in your own home. Well here is a quick little guide so you can pick out the best projector for you and your home theatre.
One of the first things to consider for when you are buying a projector is deciding on what your budget is. If you are looking to spend under $1,000, you are going to be limited in your decisions but you can still find a decent one for your budget. On the other hand, if you are looking to spend upwards of $5,000 you will be able to find a top of the line HD projector. Depending on your budget, price is going to be one of the major factors in your projector decision making process.
Next, you are going to need to decide on the distance the projector is going to be from the wall or screen you are going to be using as the backdrop and also the distance from the screen that the people watching the projector will be. Distance is a huge factor in the projector decision process because if you put it too close, the projector screen size could be blurry and choppy. If you are putting the projector too far from what it can handle, the screen will not show up as clearly as you may hope. Keep in mind the power of your projector and the distance you are hoping for before will help you in making the best decision for you.
Resolution and Brightness
It is important to know that not all projectors produce the same high quality image. There are a lot of technical jargons that you may hear about choosing the right projectors but there are a couple of things you need to focus on for achieving best picture quality. First is resolution. Resolution refers to the number of pixels projected on the screen. Here bigger is better.
The higher the resolution, the more detailed information you will be able to show your audience. To attain the high definition and widescreen viewing in which most movies are shown, you will need to have a resolution of 1280 x 800 or 1920 X 1200 (1080p). This resolution has an aspect ratio of 16:10 or commonly referred to as true wide screen.
You will also need to determine the right brightness level of the video projector which is called lumens. The amount of brightness you will need depends on the size of the room you project it. For home cinema theaters, the required minimum is 1500 lumens.
Buying a projector is one of the most important decisions you can make for your home theatre system. Keep in mind these few suggestions to make sure you get that cinematic movie experience you want right at the comfort of your home.
Philip Henann of Cinema Sound Unlimited believes that the quality of your home theater experience depends greatly on your visual experience. Being able to watch a movie or concert in high definition will let you have an immersive experience. To learn why Cinema Sound Unlimited is recognized as a premier provider of home entertainment in South Florida, visit http://www.cinemasoundunlimited.com