Projector Reviews

Maximize Your Theater’s Performance with Kaleidescape

This month’s sponsored article is brought to you by Kaleidescape, the industry leader in premium multi-room, home entertainment systems that store and play back full fidelity video and audio content.   One of the things you’ll notice as you peruse home theater guides on the internet is that they tend to focus on the same types of components: your imaging device (projectors, TVs, etc.), speakers, and the AV components required to make them work. However, these reviews often do not highlight the source component many of us use to make sure the content we play is consistent and perfect across the various […]

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Overcoming Seven Common Projector Installation Challenges

This month’s featured article is brought to you by Sharp NEC, leaders in the commercial projector marketplace. We’ve all been there. You’re in an important meeting and no one can figure out how to turn on the projector in the board room. Even worse, once you get the projector working, your company’s logo—highly designed and belabored to look great in a very specific color—is in fact, not that color. Add a little fan noise to the equation, maybe some dimming, and you have a few good reasons to hold some reservations about using projectors when it comes to your next […]

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Custom Integration Report and Information

Custom Integration Report, sponsored by Sony, provides you with the information you need about relevant features and technologies to ensure that you choose the right components and products for your specific application. […]

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Brightness Standards Matter

Overview of Lumens vs. Lux in Projector Brightness Measurements What you Need to Know As you may have seen in my recent news article, Epson America filed a lawsuit in late November against four projector brands sold on Amazon — Vankyo, WiMiUS, GooDee, and Bomaker. Epson is focusing this suit on how these four brands do not use the industry-standard specifications and can potentially be deceptive in their claims, specifically the quoting of “LUX” instead of lumens on projectors. Also, just recently (March 2021), Epson America announced it has reached an agreement with Philips and Screeneo Innovation that all future […]

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