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How Does An LCoS Projector Work?

posted Friday, April 22, 2022

LCoS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) technology is known by many names in the projection market. While JVC calls its version D-iLA, Sony’s name for it is SXRD (Silicon Crystal Reflective Device) and Epson used a similar reflective LCD variant using quartz that they called rLCD (Reflective Liquid...
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How To Design A Home Theater Room

posted Monday, April 11, 2022

It's time to build the immersive home cinema room you've always dreamed of. Start with our extensive, easy to follow guide. Learn everything you need to know to design your own home theater from the experts.
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The Ultimate Ultra Short Throw UST Projector Buying Guide

posted Thursday, March 31, 2022

Every cinema, tv and sports enthusiast craves that big screen experience. In the past you'd need to have a dedicated home theater to achieve this. With new technology, ultra short throws are taking projectors out of the basement and moving them into the living room. This is our complete guide to...
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Laser Projectors Vs Bulb Projectors Vs LED Projectors

posted Tuesday, March 22, 2022

You Light Up My Life: But which is the best type of projector? Will it be with a Lamp, LED or Laser Projector? So you’re looking to buy a projector? If so, one of the first questions you need to ask is, “what projector light source is the best and why”? As of today, there are three main...
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Throw Ratios and Viewing Distances Explained

posted Wednesday, March 2, 2022

What Is Throw Ratio? A projector’s throw ratio is defined as the distance (D), measured from lens to screen, that a projector is placed from the screen, divided by the width (W) of the image that it will project (D/W). So the throw ratio formula is throw ratio = distance / width. The ratio,...
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How Does A LCD Projector Work?

posted Monday, February 28, 2022

An LCD projector works with an optical light engine, which incorporates three small LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) panels, one each for Red, Green and Blue paired with a light source (lamp, LED, Laser Phosphor, Discrete RGB Laser), various filters, mirrors and a prism to create the image. Parts Of...
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What Is The DLP Projector Rainbow Effect & How Do You Avoid It?

posted Friday, February 25, 2022

The projector rainbow effect is a visual phenomenon where someone watching a projected image perceives flashes of color around the image. In a nutshell, it is a “stroboscopic” effect produced by slow color wheel speeds in a DLP projector that causes some people to see flashes of blue, green and...
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College Projectors and Projector Screens

posted Monday, February 7, 2022

Shop the best university projectors & screens to bring higher education to the next level Let our projection experts help get the perfect projector and screen setup for your school: (888) 392-4814 Some of the country's biggest and best universities trust ProjectorScreen.com University Projectors...
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