How to Select Best Projector

By: henery008
Depend on type of presentation you can select either LCD projector or DLP projector.

For static presentation like PowerPoint LCD projectors are good but for moving images or video DLP projectors gives better quality. If you are looking for portable solution then LCD projector is not suitable in that case DLP projectors are best.

Brightness is another factor while choosing Projectors 5000 lumens is brightest while 1000 lumen is entry level projector.

6000 lumens projectors are best for Trade shows and convention centers when you are targeting thousands of visitors.

Most commonly used projectors are 2000-3000 lumens. Higher the lumens costlier it becomes also weight increases.

Sanyo PLC XF45 10000 Lumens LCD Projector

Resolution - 1024 x 768 XGA

Brightness - 10,000 ANSI Lumens

Weight - 81.6 LBS

Dimensions - (W x H x D) Inches 22.9W x 30.8D x 9.9H inches

Lamp 4 lamps - 240W each

Projection Lens - Dependent on Selection of Standard Zoom or Short Throw Wide Angle Lens

Inputs - Multiple

Outputs - Multiple

Digital Correction - Plus Minus 40 degrees

Aspect Ratio - 4:3

Contrast Ratio - 1100:1

Power Lens Shift - Yes


Which is better LCD projector or DLP projector?

Both are different technologies LCD is Liquid Crystal Display and DLP is Digital Light Processing.

LCD offers bright and sharp picture with vibrant, rich colors in comparison to DLP projectors.

LCD projectors produce higher lumen outputs than DLP.

All portable projectors (less then 3 pounds) based on DLP technologies

Projectors are essential part of all modern trade shows and convention center rentals.

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