Huge flat-screen TVs dominate living rooms, but for a truly cinematic experience, it's time to consider a projector that runs over 100 gorgeous inches of NFL. Here are three new projectors for your home that transform your home theater setup.
HOW TO IMPROVE THE SOUND AND SCREEN OF THE PROJECTOR VALUE
While all the projectors below have built-in speakers, for a soundtrack that matches oversized images, you want to connect to a home theater or soundbar receiver. (The Bluetooth connection to the wireless speaker works on some models, but the sound will never sniff.) And before you go to the movies for the night, plan to get the right screen — no, a white wall or a sheet, that’s work. Many factors, from the size of the room to the level of the ambient light, determine which screen to get, but the main difference is fixed or drop-down.
The first one offers a smoother, even surface, but cuts down the wall space. If you do not have a closed home theater area, look for projector screens that are labeled ALR (deviation from external light).
With this in mind, here are the best new projectors that you can buy now – from high-end smart home projectors to low-cost HD 1080p projectors for apartments.