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How to perfectly align a projector

posted Monday, March 1, 2021

The image that comes out of a home theater projector is always rectangular. And in a perfect world the image on the screen is also squared. Unfortunately we don’t live in a perfect world and the picture on the screen is rarely the exact shape of the projector screen. With proper installation and...
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The Ultimate Projector Screen Buying Guide

posted Monday, January 18, 2021

Learn absolutely everything you need to know about buying a projector screen from the experts on projection at ProjectorScreen.com. This guide will help you decide exactly what type of projection screen you need for your home theater or larger venue.
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Does a home theater increase home value?

posted Thursday, December 10, 2020

So you’re thinking about upgrading your home entertainment experience. You’ve thought about getting a breathtaking 4K projector and projector screen and building yourself a home cinema. But you're not sure if you should make the move. You know you’ll be blown away by the stunning visuals of a 120...
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How To Clean A Projector Screen The Right Way

posted Monday, November 9, 2020

The main attraction of any home theater is a premium projector screen. Simple in design, the brilliance of the image is not necessarily due to the enormous size of most screens, but rather the manner by which it reflects the projector's light. If it becomes dusty or dirty, it doesn't matter how...
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What are Foot-Lamberts and Why Do I Care?

posted Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Foot-lamberts (ftL) are the unit of measure used by the motion picture industry to specify how much light should be reflected off the movie screen in a 1-foot x 1-foot area. The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) recommends 16 foot-lamberts in a dark movie theater. This is...
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Ambient Light Rejecting Screens Explained

posted Friday, January 22, 2016

Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screens differ from a regular screens in several ways. The most common screen surfaces reflect the incoming light uniformly in all directions. These screen surfaces are referred to as diffuse reflectors. The light is reflected back in many angles, rather than just at...
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Things to Consider When Buying a Projector

posted Thursday, June 25, 2015

Don't look now, but projectors are invading our homes in record numbers. They're not like those bulky, whirring machines we used to love in class when we were kids. Now they're sleek, modern, quiet, and easy to have at home for personal use. As consumers, we've become spoiled when it comes to our...
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