While televisions are getting bigger and are increasingly image quality, if we want to enjoy a cinematic feeling on the big screen (80 or more inches), the best option is to use a home theater projector. Which?
In the market you will find plenty of models of both last batch as some who have been a couple of years in the market but they offer excellent performance and surprising discounts.Then you have a choice with some of my favorite middle-high, mid-range or primarily focused budgets for film and between 800 and 2,500 euros.
A Line LightStream PJD7 brand, this great mid-range projector uses DLP technology to bring Full HD to our screens. It has 3,200 lumens of light output and a dynamic contrast of 22,000: 1.
But undoubtedly the most interesting is its lamp with a lifetime of 10,000 hours will allow us to use it frequently without fear of being spent. It also has integrated 16 watt speakers, two HDMI ports, one VGA and one USB to connect to devices such as Google and Amazon Fire TV Chromecast Stick. The price? Between 750 and 800 euros, depending on the store.
Climbing the ladder a bit we have the model of BenQ W1070, based on DLP (Dark Chip 3) technology with a contrast of 10,000: 1, a brightness of 2,000 ANSI lumens and support for multiple 3D technologies such as NVIDIA 3D Play.
It has two HDMI inputs, 10-watt stereo speakers and can use it in recommended screen sizes up to 235 inches. It costs around 1,000 euros. There is also a version of short shot, the W1080ST model, with identical features except that it can provide 100 inch images from just 2 meters away and costs about 200 euros.
The PT-AT6000 Panasonic is a great projector 3LCD has more than two years but still maintains its own against the new releases thanks mainly to its price in shops has declined considerably. It has a dynamic contrast of 500,000: 1 and a brightness of 2,400 lumens.
Its optical block has high quality and offers a full HD resolution with high contrast, high focus and great luminosity. Your main advantage over the competition? The price, because as of today the 2012-2013 season we can find in some stores by about 1,600 euros.
BenQ presented this autumn its new range of DLP projectors, among which included the HT4050 model color wheel with 6 segments to minimize the dreaded “rainbow effect” Full HD panel resolution 3D contrast of 10,000: 1 and brightness 2,000 lumens.
It has integrated speaker system with audio CinemaMaster technology, optical glass lenses, ISFccc certification and SmartEco adjusting lamp brightness over its lifetime to maintain image quality. It is certified with standard Rec. 709 HDTV, allowing obtain colors correctly adjusted the projector straight out of the box. Recommended Its price? About $ 1,999.
With more than a year on the market, the Sony VPL-HW40ES remains one of the best alternatives in the midrange can find in stores. It is based on the same technology SXRD panels of his older brothers, achieving grid eliminating the dreaded effect and offering a spectacular quality Full HD image resolution.
Has a brightness of 1,700 lumens and a contrast too great though it lacks dynamic iris, which the black level can be a tad behind (but only slightly) of other models like the Epson EH-TW9200. Image processing features Reality Creation to improve the definition and Motionflow for a more natural movement. Its price? Around about 2,000 euros, depending on the store.
The EH-TW9200 Epson is one of the most advanced projectors with 3LCD technology we can find on the market. It has a superb dynamic contrast of 600,000: 1 with a brightness of 2,400 lumens full HD resolution.
It features ISF certification, includes two 3D glasses and brand gives us the option to purchase with or without HDMI wireless video receiver to avoid running cables from the player (although in this case the price goes up about 300 euros) Cost? Depending on shops and offers between 2,000 and 2,500 euros.
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