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The Ultra Short Throw Projector Shootout - 2022

posted Tuesday, August 9, 2022

The Ultra Short Throw Projector Shootout, the projection authority and the best place to buy a projector online has teamed up with Projector Central, The World's Largest Projector Resource to bring you this Ultra Short Throw Projector royal rumble.
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BenQ V7050i Ultra Short Throw Projector In-depth Review

posted Tuesday, August 9, 2022

With ambient light from light fixtures and windows, as in a typical living room environment: The V7050i has the raw lumens to punch through normal ambient lighting conditions with some brightness to spare. We tested it on both an ALR screen and a plain white acoustically transparent screen. In...
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Formovie Theater UST Projector Review (Global Version of Fengmi T1)

posted Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Introduction We are excited to be working with Formovie on the launch of their latest and greatest projector, the Formovie Theater here in the USA.  There has been a lot of buzz around this particular model based on it's predecessor, the Fengmi T1. Fengmi is the name Formovie trades...
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Best 4K Projectors for 2022

posted Wednesday, March 30, 2022

What Is The Best 4K Projector For 2022? Cinephiles and big screen addicts still yearn for that immersive experience you could only find on the silver screen at their local cinema. But with the power of at-home projection these movie lovers are able to create that same feeling they'd find at a...
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Hisense PX1-Pro Ultra Short Throw Projector Review

posted Friday, February 11, 2022

Our projection experts reviewed the Hisense PX1-Pro. Find out what they thought of this Ultra Short Throw projector. ::Spoiler Alert:: It's fantastic! Learn why you should order this new Hisense Laser TV for your home theater
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