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Guest Post: Movie Theater Experience In Your Home

by Nicole on January 30, 2013

It is now easier than ever to transfer most of the movie theater experience to your home. Quality projectors and excellent sound systems aren’t a luxury anymore. There are dozens of options out there that may fit even tight budgets. We guarantee there’s a great home cinema projector for everyone! Of course, it all depends on your individual preferences and requirements. If you plan using your video projector for a small studio or a standard sized room, it is completely unnecessary to spend thousands of dollars on high end equipment.

Once you’ve made the decision of buying your first video projector you may find that it has to be tweaked slightly in order to get the best out of its performance. In this article we are going to explore some of the easiest ways to get the best out of your projector, so you can always enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows and recordings with the best image possible.

Brightness. When watching anything with a video projector, you have to make sure that the display isn’t too bright or too dim. Of course, it mostly depends on the size of the room where the projector has been set up, the distance to the screen or wall, and the lamp’s lumens (also known as its brightness level).

If your video projector has a low lumens rating, for example of 900 or less, we recommend keeping the projector in a smaller space since the distance, also known as “throw”, won’t be as effective. If the projector has a high brightness rating, say 1,300 or more, there shouldn’t be much problem at all with bringing the projector towards a bigger room or even a small studio. We’ve seen some inexpensive devices rated at 1,900 that do a great job displaying images on a screen that was close to 18 ft. from the projector.

Projector Screen. While some users may prefer using a white wall when using their video projector, others may opt for a standard screen. There are some great options, such as projector screens at For many years now, white projector screens have been a standard for many video projector enthusiasts; however many are opting for gray screens, which can be labeled as “high contrast.” As mentioned previously, you need to keep the area or room where you’ll be watching videos, movies or recordings. But if it’s difficult to get a room completely dark, a gray screen may be a great option.

Try these recommendations the next time you use your home video projector. With just a couple of minutes your viewing experience will be pleasantly enhanced!

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