Big-Screen Upgrade: TV Or Not TV? That Is The Question
Projectors and large-screen TVs offer different advantages to a family looking for the best in home entertainment.
(NAPSI)—With prices falling and technology improving, when you’re ready to upgrade to a giant screen for TV, movies and gaming, which is best—a TV or a projector? The short answer is both—because a big-screen TV is best in a bright room for most TV shows, while a projector can provide an engaging home theater experience for watching 3D movies, sports and playing games. Consider the advantages:
A Projector Offers:
• Image Size: In general, a projector can produce a larger image at a lower cost than traditional displays.
• Scalability: Given the room size, you can choose the perfect image size (ranging from 50” up to 300”).
• Portability: The projector’s lightweight, compact design lets you put it away when not in use.
• Space: The projector doesn’t take up a lot of space, so you can use it anywhere and even get a giant screen in a small apartment.
• Decor: It’s small, so the room isn’t dominated by an electronic display.
• Experience: A superlarge screen creates an immersive experience, just like in a theater, particularly with 3D movies and 3D games that practically come to life around you. With a Mitsubishi projector, you can get exclusive 3D eyewear that provides virtually distortion-free 3D performance.
A Huge-Screen TV Offers:
• Ambient Light: TVs create a vivid display, even in rooms with large windows.
• Supersimple Installation: TVs are easy to install and set up; simply place the TV where you want it to be, plug in your source devices and power it up—that’s it.
• Size: The cabinet of one 92” home cinema television is only 24” deep, so it fits through standard doorways.
• Technology: Like the majority of digital cinema projectors used in movie theaters, some huge-screen TVs use DLP technology. It’s like bringing the theater home with you. And a cutting-edge technology called LaserVue is made by Mitsubishi Electric, the only TV that uses laser light for more vivid colors compared to other TVs.
• All in One: The company’s Diamond Series models have a built-in 5.1 sound system for an immersive surround sound experience, plus these high-end models support Bluetooth stereo audio streaming capability, so you can wirelessly stream music from your Bluetooth-enabled music players such as iPod, iPhone, iPad, smartphone or others to your TV.
• WiFi: A StreamTV Internet Media feature means you can stream movies from VUDU and connect to social media sites including Facebook and Twitter on your screen.
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