We're often asked "what is the best projector" the answer depends on your situation.
If you've got a well lit or bright room, say a business or board room or lounge room (that's not light controlled) you'll need a brighter projector (more ANSI lumens) than one designed for the lounge or home theatre. Sound systems are the same, there is not one that's right for every situation. If you're after a very good system to go with a top line projector in a home theatre please contact us for a bundle price including delivery.
The Projection Screen can make a big difference too.
The size and aspect ratio of the screen relates back to the projectors specifications, location and the lighting.
Epson projector range now has alternatives with the likes of BenQ with their W8000 and W11000 which is true 4k.
Epson offer a lot of value in their lower cost, bright gaming (not too shabby Home Theatre either) EH-TW 5300 Projector
3 Whole Years from Ben..
an upgrade from 24 to 36 months with an RRP of $199.
BenQ premium dealers may offer this warranty uplift free if you ask them for it.
Later this year BenQ will be launching a new multi purpose projector aimed at the home lounge room sports and gaming market. The new BenQ W1090 projector, it will boast 1080P + Sound with a handy short throw of 2.5m for 100 inch screen. Then there is the BenQ W8000, the Epson TW8300 and TW9300 true black level / CR killer..
3 Year Warranty takes BenQ to a new level it's only possible because of the much improved projector build quality.
Did you know?
Epson make the 3-LCD light engines that many other brands use, we figure they'd know how to get the best from it.
Did you know that for example Panasonic (now RIP for home cinema) used Epson 3-LCD in their Home Cinema projectors.
BenQ DLP projectors are fighting back with their new range of projectors for Q2 2016 (W1110 & W2000)
Epson and BenQ are over the top with their counter claims and example images showing (simulated) how the other brand's projection method is not as good as theirs. With your choice a lot depends on the viewers perception, the viewing application and the actual Projector model. Don't be fooled by the impressive numbers on the box, especially with Epson who've gone a bit overboard with their marketing.
HCC having tested several later model BenQ projectors believe that for most people the dreaded DLP "Rainbows" are no longer a problem, this is thanks to faster colour wheel speed and the image processing. HCC offers an option to swap DLP for LCD if you're one of the few that for whatever reason aren't completely happy. See each products page for offer details, where available.
This helps dissipate heat.
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