Home Theater Projector Buyer's Guide

What is Resolution?

A projector's resolution (or more precisely, its "native resolution") is simply the number of pixels that it has available to create an image. The higher the resolution of a projector, the more pixels it has.

Projector resolution is designated with either one or two numbers. A typical two-number resolution might be listed as "1280x720." The first number indicates how many pixels there are in each horizontal row, and the second number is how many pixels make up each vertical column. If you were to multiply the two numbers, you would end up with the total number of pixels on the display device. Often, a projector's resolution will be referred to by one number, such as "720p" or "1080p." This designation refers to the vertical resolution, or the second number in the two-number designator, while the "p" refers to progressive-scan, which simply indicates that the entire picture is displayed at the same time.

Generally speaking, the higher the resolution, the more the projector will cost. The advantages of higher resolutions are that (a) they can display more detail in the picture (assuming the video signal has the detail in it), and (b) they reduce or eliminate the visibility of the pixel structure. Both of these are highly desirable in good home theater. The price difference is not as extreme as it once was, but there is still a gap to be aware of.

Common Resolutions in Home Theater Projectors

Projectors come in a variety of different resolutions, including the following:

  • 1280x720: For a long time, this was the most popular home theater projector resolution on the market. Most 1280x720 projectors offer very good to excellent DVD video quality. They also do a beautiful job of displaying 1080-line video, such as the 1080p found on Blu-Ray discs or the 1080i of broadcast HDTV. Street prices on the most aggressively priced models have dropped below $700, so this excellent resolution format is easy to get into from a budget perspective.

  • 1280x800: This is a hybrid resolution that can natively display 720p high definition video as well as standard computer resolutions XGA (1024x768) and WXGA (1280x800) without scaling. If your viewing material includes both video and computer data or Internet surfing, this format will allow you to see the computer data signals in their clearest form. Note that this is a 16:10 aspect ratio rather than 16:9 as are the others in this list. So when you are viewing 16:9 video material, there will be small black bars at the top and bottom of the projected image. That is the penalty you pay for having those extra 48 lines available to accommodate XGA computer signals.

  • 1920x1080: This resolution will display HDTV 1080i signals, as well as 1080i and 1080p signals from Blu-ray disc players, all in native format without any scaling. This gives you the sharpest and most detailed images available from most common sources of HD material. Due to the pixel density, visible pixel structure is vastly reduced. The least expensive 1080p projectors are now less than $1,000, while higher-end models range from $1,500 to over $10,000, with a "sweet spot" of excellent performance around $2,000 to $3,000.
  • 4K: The newest resolution available is variously called 4K or Ultra HD. The resolution uses a native pixel matrix of either 4096x2160 or 3840x2160 -- four times the pixels of 1080p. 4K content is currently scarce, and 4K projectors are still quite expensive, but several projectors are now coming to market that use this new technology.

    Selecting the right resolution for you

    We currently recommend 1080p resolution projectors for home theater, as prices are now low enough that they are affordable to most projector buyers. If you want your projector to double as both a video and data projector, the 1280x800 format should be considered, as well as data projectors using WUXGA (1920x1200) which are beyond the scope of this article.

    If you have the money to spend, and you want the absolute sharpest and most detailed picture possible from high definition sources, then 1080p projectors are the best choice. While 720p projectors can deliver very impressive HD images, the picture quality in terms of image detail is even better when the projector has the ability to show all 1080 lines of the signal in their native, uncompressed format.

    The 1280x720 format is still a choice if you have a more modest budget. Today's 720p projectors deliver beautiful high definition images from 720p and 1080i HDTV as well as Blu-ray disc players, but you will not be getting the full resolution of your HD sources.

    Once you've decided which resolution is right for you, you can go to Find Projectors and select your choice from the "Resolution" drop-down menu. You will likely get a long list of projectors, but other considerations will help you narrow it down later. When you get a feel for what's available, it's time to move on to picking your projector's Brightness.

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    Reader Comments(68 comments)

    Posted Nov 16, 2014 2:32:47 PM

    By Walrus

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    Anyone know if projectors can handle cold temperatures? I want to put it in the garage in a northern climate. Probably gets to 10 Fahrenheit on some of the coldest days of the year. I have a good space heater for when I plan on using it for a golf simulator. The garage is insulated but not heated all the time.

    Posted Nov 9, 2014 2:00:14 PM

    By Justin

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    Hi, can anyone help me choose a projector that will suit my needs? I am currently using Acer x110 but the old white dots have appeared now and I can't arsed with replace the chip. I was looking at getting a Benq W1070 but I need to fit the image size to my wall above the fireplace which is 60" x 33" from 176" away (roughly 10' ) and the acer fills it perfectly after adjusting the zoom and focus. Anything bigger and it will look silly as the walls either side are ressesed. The problem is that the W1070 using a distance calculater seems to give me 80" from that distance away which will over hang. Would adjustin the zoom or lens shift fix this or do I need to look at other projectors? Thanks for any info. Justin

    Posted Sep 19, 2014 6:17:17 PM

    By Josh

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    I dont understand the 17 FL the calculator is giving me what does that mean i set the brightness too on the unit?

    I have an Optoma HD33 that has a throw of 181" ceiling mounted. It recommends 17FL I have read about it but do not understand what I should set it it. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Posted Aug 16, 2014 4:03:58 AM

    By kevin

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    Did you use oem bulb kit or just replace the actual bulb with a cheap one? I don't know much about projectors but have heard that some have security in them to make sure you buy manufacturers bulb. This is the sort of thing usually done with printers and ink to stop you refilling ink cartridges, the cartridge itsels has a microchip that knows the cartridge has been used. It could be the same for the bulb housing I guess? Sorry if this is isn't much help. Just thought id throw it out there. Goodluck :-)

    Posted Jul 19, 2014 8:52:10 AM

    By Steve Watson

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    Hi there, when I connect my sky hd box to my projector using hd cables after a while ( approx 40 -60 mins ) I start getting dark horizontal lines appearing. Before that the picture is fine. If I swap cables the lines are still there! When I disconnect the cables the blue Sanyo home page is displayed perfectly ! Do you have any ideas?

    Posted Jul 2, 2014 3:30:37 PM

    By mark

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    I have a projector but the bulb blew.. When I bought new 1 it didn't work.. There is power going to the wires but won't light bulb. Help! !!!

    Posted Jun 16, 2014 1:10:46 PM

    By Simon

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    Recently set up a room for me and the family to watch the football. I have a led 1080 projector connected to my sky hd box. Have noticed that the picture is excellent quality when showing close up of players but when camera pans back to normal play I apear to loose quality and notice black horizontal lines across the white lines of the football pitch. Any ideas?

    Posted May 28, 2014 1:57:17 PM

    By Luke Ladzik

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    Hi, i was wondering what a good contrast ratio would be (on/off) for a projector? Thanks

    Posted May 25, 2014 6:50:27 AM

    By JamesD

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    Whats the best set up I should get for mainly gaming and watching sport? I have a moderate budget for equipment and can build a room(mancave) to suit. Any feedback would be great.

    Posted May 20, 2014 9:42:43 PM

    By paul oscar

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    I need a good projector for 12' X 20'room with a good paint. I will be using it to watch 3d and blue ray movies as if its commercial pls. what do you recoments

    Posted Apr 26, 2014 12:46:12 PM

    By N.Venkateswararao

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    Its very good projector.

    Posted Feb 15, 2014 7:40:37 AM

    By KEN FRANKCOM

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    I need a good definition projecor to show show nature photographs to an audiance of say 60 people.Any suggestions would be appreciated

    Posted Feb 7, 2014 12:35:37 AM

    By steven prentice

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    Fantastic breakdown for projectors thank you

    Posted Feb 4, 2014 3:02:17 AM

    By Anil Samuel

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    Amazing article. I appreciate the effort. And thanking you all behind this site. I am from Germany And I want to buy one good projector for a charity association

    Posted Jan 15, 2014 9:09:56 PM

    By home theater

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    Great guide for everyone who is in planning to buy the home theater system. last year i am too confused in buying the best home theater system. After reading the products review and comparing home theater system in terms of technical specification, i find the best home theater system. [edited to remove link]

    Posted Jan 9, 2014 10:34:20 AM

    By KSL

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    Hi I've just purchased a optoma ml550 and I use it for watching movies and I'm loving it.in a 13ftx13ft room I get a screen size of 104" you can connect it to anything that has hdmi or VGA,I use with the latest ipad and iphone It's worth checking out

    Posted Jan 5, 2014 9:39:02 AM

    By Alex Blumenthal

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    Well first you need to evaluate your room om the dimensions, seating, and light. Then just find the best projector and screen. U need a projector, screen, and possibly a mount. U also should consider getting a surround sound audio system.

    Posted Jan 5, 2014 9:35:44 AM

    By Alex Blumenthal

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    Contrast has to do with how good the projector can differentiate between white and black, and all the colors in between. To fix grainy, try increasing the sharpness or the tint.

    Posted Dec 6, 2013 4:14:50 PM

    By ID4

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    Will a high contrast projector(20000) dramatically improve the video quality of a blu-ray 80's movie that has a lot of grain. Thank you.

    Posted Dec 2, 2013 6:35:17 AM

    By Rick

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    would like recommendations for best projector for daily TV viewing. Will be located in basement with no windows. Ceiling mounting, 110 inch screen (Goo paint), throw distance is 13 to 13.5 feet. Most important for me is picture quality (very few games if any will be played on it). 3D not a must. Thanks to everyone in advance for taking time out and reading this.

    Posted Dec 1, 2013 2:29:17 PM

    By Kate

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    Hi my husband has been talking about Getting a projector instead of a television... Was thinking Xmas present, what exactly would I need to buy? Thanks

    Posted Nov 7, 2013 1:51:43 PM

    By Dano

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    Can anyone help? I am looking at 4 possible projectors for my home. My room is in the basement area with close viewing to screen. approx. 8 ft. for the closer viewers. I would like the sharpest image possible. The 4 projectors include Epson 8350, Epson 2030,Benq w1080st or Benq w1070 Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

    Posted Oct 27, 2013 3:45:52 PM

    By Martin Stewart

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    Hi

    Really appreciate the forum. Just makes life so much easier. I am researching projectors for the first time. Forgive me if this a stupid question. Can a short throw projector be adjusted to throw a smaller image if need be. I read a reviewer say that a particular projector filled his 60" screen from 6 feet away. What if I had a different room configuration. I am on the road and the rooms and screens will all differ from board rooms to mid sized conference rooms with 50-100 people. BTW I am considering a NEC NP- M311W. Thank you for any advice.

    Posted Oct 21, 2013 10:39:17 AM

    By Harminder

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    hi, can anyone tell me which projector can give me a projection image size of 10.5ftlenght * 7.7ftheight in 4:3 aspect ratio from a distance of 12.6ft or i'll require long throw lens?

    Posted Sep 5, 2013 1:03:31 PM

    By Chris

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    I would also like the answer to this question as I am planning the same thing.

    Posted Jul 31, 2013 6:03:54 PM

    By Heath

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    What is a decent portable projector to be used primarily to play movies for the kids outside? I have used an infocus before and it worked okay. I know nothing about these things. Thanks for the help.

    Posted Jun 22, 2013 1:16:46 AM

    By robin

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    can u compute power consumption

    Posted Jun 18, 2013 1:53:54 PM

    By Adrian

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    I have a Paramount Smart-905 projector without the owners manual and cant figure out how to focus it. Can anyone help? It doesn't have the standard dials.

    Posted Jun 10, 2013 5:51:40 PM

    By Arun Sharma

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    Hi,I came across a Chinese website for online shopping...It had some really cheap projectors ranging from 66usd to 500usd...I want to buy one as they are very affordable....Anybody ever bought any projector from that site before..?? ..

    Posted Apr 21, 2013 9:17:02 AM

    By Ben

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    I s this an idea for a selfmade medium sized screen and for its masking for the aspect ratios of your dvd /blu ray movies ?

    From a white mat hardboard i took a 122 x 180 cm section framed it on three sides with standard curtain rails in order to get steady and real flat upright standing surface and upon that a garanteed projection scharpness Put it in a sort of stand The masking .I took a strip of 40 by 180 cm also white hardboard painted the backside black with school blackboard paint,made it adjustable in height did tghat also for the upper long side and with both black horizontal masks I met the most used aspect ratios : 3:4 16:9 1:178 12.35/40 and and cinerama format for the curve sized movie How the west was won It cost me only 15 box because the curtain rails were available by choosing for another type (lamel) of sunwearing and there was some old paint rested from the past going way back B&W movie Blackboard jungle ;) Sorry for n ot including a making off pic , just make it even better ,Succes !

    Ben The Netherlands

    Posted Apr 12, 2013 7:47:30 PM

    By Braaainz

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    Don't sweat looking for an android OS projector. Read up on "android stick". These are small devices (pocket-sized) that you can plug into the HDMI ports of flatscreens or projectors and run android OS. All are wifi capable and some have Bluetooth and Ethernet capabilities.

    Basically, they turn any modern TV into a computer.

    This lets you save money on your projector (sticks run from $35-80 usually) whereas the android projectors will cost more for the same features. It will be easier to replace hardware if something goes wrong (unplug the dongle, toss the stick, plug in new one), cheaper to upgrade the android hardware, and finally, you can use the stick on other TV 's, letting you travel with your data.

    Posted Feb 2, 2013 12:04:02 AM

    By Leon

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    Where to buy Android Projector?

    Posted Nov 12, 2012 8:14:12 AM

    By Ash

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    Thanks for a great article. The beginners like me can acutally now go out and search for the one we need. I am looking for one below $1200 with screen and ceiling mount. This article really is helping me narrow down on the selections and also helped understanding the importance of going for better screen. One suggestion...Please include a couple more sections, one for 3D compatibility and another for performance with gaming consoles.

    Posted Oct 16, 2012 2:35:33 PM

    By Donna

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    I have a Sanyo PLV-60HT projector (used, still in top condition) and a 12 ft. screen that I would like to sell. Can you give me any suggestions of where or who I should try to sell it to and for how much?

    Posted Oct 8, 2012 2:02:36 PM

    By LINDA GROSSENBACHER

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    I NEED GLASSES FOR PARAMONT CINEMA HD-2112 HOME PROJECTOR WERE DO I BUY THEM

    Posted Oct 8, 2012 2:01:52 PM

    By LINDA GROSSENBACHER

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    I NEED GLASSES FOR PARAMONT CINEMA HD-2112 HOME PROJECTOR WERE DO I BUY THEM

    Posted Aug 24, 2012 11:22:13 AM

    By kerry

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    i am also looking for a projector to watch cable and movies . i bought a pico pocket projector and it is not for watching movies and it requires a very dark room to show at a good quality. i am willing to spend about $600 and will like the best buy ot there.

    Posted Aug 2, 2012 9:34:18 AM

    By brice

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    can someone give advice on a projector for outdoor use on wall that has built in speakers and perhaps built-in dvd player/ipod? nothing fancy, but dependable and around $500. thx

    Posted Apr 20, 2012 3:23:13 PM

    By Hari Saini

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    My Pj885 projector screen looks yellow instead bright like day light. Is there any way to fix this. Thanks

    Posted Apr 18, 2012 2:46:38 AM

    By narco

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    thanks for an informative and well written article.

    Posted Apr 15, 2012 10:28:14 PM

    By dave

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    what is the maximum size screen you can use without compromising picture quality. using epson 6010. shortest throw.

    Posted Apr 9, 2012 6:23:14 PM

    By bill

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    thank you very much for making and sharing this guide (and the rest of the site's content, too). i've found it easy to follow and very informative. many thanks.

    Posted Feb 24, 2012 2:29:49 AM

    By sophie

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    Posted Feb 2, 2012 1:22:31 PM

    By GJA

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    What is my best option for projecting the best image on a 150" 16 x 9 Elite screen with 1.1 gain? I have no ambient light. Must be HD native resolution and be bright enough image. Trying to decide between the Panasonic PT-AE7000, Epson Powerlite Pro Cinema 6010, Epson Powerlite Home Cinema 5010, Vivitek D963HD & Vivitek H1086-3D. I would prefer 3D but it is not a deal killer.

    Posted Jan 29, 2012 5:58:50 AM

    By EZOH

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    I have a Paramont Cinema HD 2112 projector and blue ray 3D player (LG) but i can't get it to project in 3D. Any advice? What am I missing?

    Posted Jan 12, 2012 6:21:39 PM

    By Jose

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    I have a paramont cinema Hd 2112 but I dont know wath kind of 3d glasses I cant used any info..Thanks

    Posted Jan 3, 2012 8:27:27 AM

    By Armin5

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    I am looking in getting a projection home theater set up. I am a college student so I really need to budget as much as possible, but that being said i still like top of the line good quality stuff. I know that doing both is not very reasonable, but does anyone have any suggestions in a good quality projector that is capiable of playing ps3 games, watch blue ray movies and last a long time without bulb replacement? I also need to know how much the total cost usually comes down to? ( decent projector 720or1080, Cheap 80ish inch screen, cords, ect)

    Posted Dec 30, 2011 1:38:12 PM

    By Liz

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    I have a Paramont Cinema HD2112 projector that the entire family loves. My kids play the Nintendo Wii my husband uses the computer on it for YouTube videos and I watch 3D movies from our blue ray. What more could we want. Great HD quality!

    Posted Dec 25, 2011 2:30:49 PM

    By Chetan

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    I am getting a good deal for Paramount Cinema HD-2112 Projector....Could not find more info on Web...Please let me Pors and cons if possible....I need some helpful assurance before I buy it!!Thanks.

    Posted Nov 24, 2011 7:27:40 AM

    By Nelley

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    I just bought the Paramont HD 2112 and right now I'm not happy with it. I'm sure I have to work on the Color and everything still & I might have the picture too large, but beside that I wasn't really Wow'ed by it. I watched a movie on it that was ok but some of the faces didn't come in clearly. I'm going to play with it some more today and try tweek it for a better picture.

    Posted Nov 16, 2011 6:00:13 PM

    By Brian

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    I actual have a Paramont Cinema hd 2112. I was iffy at first but my family loves it. It even came with a coupon inside the box for an extra bulb. We sent that in the day we got it and recieved the bulb within a week. I have not tested the 3d part but I do not think my family will ever use that anyway. We use it to watch cable tv or the netflix.

    Posted Nov 16, 2011 7:19:35 AM

    By Erika

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    I am looking to find out more about the Paramont on the web too, but I am not finding much out there for this projector. How did you hear about it? Is it a good device? I am not familiar with projectors. I am searching for this particular because someone is selling one second hand, and I am trying to do a little research before I decide to purchase. I am concerned because I don't see where you can buy one retail.

    Posted Nov 15, 2011 5:08:21 PM

    By Mike

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    Can you use a mini projector using your laptop? Ebay dosen't say anything about that just Ipod ect

    Posted Nov 7, 2011 8:40:59 PM

    By Paul

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    Anyone ever heard of a Paramont HD-2112 projector? Came out this year but I cant find it anywhere on the web.

    Posted Oct 19, 2011 4:42:42 PM

    By Hal Masonberg

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    I'm looking for a 1080p Home Theater projector in the $2,000 range. I don't care about 3D. I was looking at the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8700 UB as it seemed to have everything I need. Before that, it was the Panasonic AE4000, but the Epson had a 2 year warranty and an extra bulb. I'm looking for the absolute best picture in this price range. Film-like. I'm in a dark room. about a 12-14 ft throw. Probably ceiling mounted. 16X9 screen. Is the Epson still my best bet, or has something else come along that surpasses it in this price range for my needs? Again, picture quality, contrast ratio are all incredibly important to me.

    Posted Oct 15, 2011 4:31:53 AM

    By amit singh

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    By Amit

    Thank you for getting idea from my friend about ur projector lamp bcz what lamp life u mention in cattlog that is not true. eg.epson basic projector lamp life is 5000 hrs in normal mode but that is not true i found that only give 1000 hrs lamp life.

    Posted Sep 6, 2011 10:59:55 PM

    By hussain

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    THANKS FOR SHAIRING THE MOST BENEFICIL INFO ABOUT TODAYS CONFUSING PROJECTOR MARKET.YOU HAD MADE ME VERY COMFORTABE TO BUY A GOOD PROJECTOR WITH OUT FALLING IN THE TRAP OF ALL THIS CONFUSING REVIEWS AND MISLEAD MANUFACTURE ADVERTISING.TANKS A LOT.

    Posted Aug 27, 2011 12:51:00 AM

    By chawla a v solutions

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    you can mount 8350 14.5 ft from the screen for best results

    Posted Aug 23, 2011 9:22:05 PM

    By clifford coelho

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    i have a 8350 ,my room is 10 by 25 ,screen is 120" ,so at what distance the projector can be ceiling mounted ?

    Posted Aug 8, 2011 3:20:43 PM

    By John Grubb

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    Please tell me the projectors with the ability to change from a 2.4 aspect ratio with one button and electronically change to 1.78 or 1.33. I think that the panny 4000u will do this,but I am not sure if the zoom lens must be engaged to do it How bout the epson 8350.

    Posted Jul 26, 2011 11:19:01 PM

    By rman

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    wonderful guide.. Thanks!

    Posted Jul 25, 2011 12:43:47 AM

    By b.r.nath

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    a nice handy guide for all the buyers

    Posted Jul 19, 2011 6:59:31 AM

    By Vichu

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    Thank you. The article is very informative

    Posted May 31, 2011 7:39:16 PM

    By Rich

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    after reading all about the "Aspect ratio" how does all this info fit into a 6 foot screen or 7 foot screen or lets say 8 foot screen. How do you pick out the right screen size??

    Posted May 24, 2011 4:41:42 AM

    By BLJ

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    Hi, I am currently thinking of buying a small pico projector, can any one give me any feed back on a Pico Pro, made by China vision

    thanks BLJ

    Posted May 21, 2011 2:27:38 PM

    By Sean

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    Just got a used Eiki Diamond Projector LC-SD10. It displays a blue haze around the picture. What does this mean? How can i fix this?

    Posted Mar 11, 2011 2:50:18 PM

    By Harold Jones

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    How does one get to view 3D movies on this projector? Is a computer connection the only method for viewing movies in 3D on this projector? Can one view 3D movies by connecting to a 3D ready Blu-Ray Player?

    Posted Feb 28, 2011 4:17:58 PM

    By bahha

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    thank you, your guide is helpful . I'm going to buy a projector now, I want to use at school for teaching.

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