Projectors

Projectors are relatively new as home appliance. They have become more affordable in the last two years.
Two competing technologies, LCD and DLP, are driving performance up and cost down. I am sure, you are
already familiar with the terminology. This section will attempt to point out the features of each technology
and how it applies to your home theater environment.

Here are the very simplistic but basic attributes of the two technologies:

LCD

Positives -
High light efficiency (more light, brighter), good vibrant color saturation, 10,000 lumen                    
                     possible. It can work well with plenty of ambient light as well as projecting large picture                 
                     size in a very large room.

Negatives - Low contrast ratio. This makes them somehow marginal in projecting movie picture.

DLP

Positive -
High contrast ratio. Makes them very suitable for movie pictures with complex hues of color.

Negative - Limited in their brightness. At this time, 2,500 is about max.

However, there are other important elements you should consider.
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Lumen output
Contrast
Resolution
Screen door effect
Projectors:

InFocus
Toshiba
Panasonic
NEC
Sony
Mitsubishi
ViewSonic
Epson
BenQ

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