What makes a good projector?
Keeping this in consideration, how do I choose a projector?
Choosing the right projector is a simple process if you are familiar with these prerequisites.
- The screen size (width, most importantly)
- Distance between the projector and the screen (throw distance)
- An estimate of the amount of ambient light present in the room in which the projector will be used.
Beside above, how many lumens do you need to project in daylight? Daylight and bright rooms need a projector with 2500 lumens or more or the audience won't be able to see the picture. Consider the size of your home theater or business conference room, and for movies or games, choose a multimedia projector.
Likewise, people ask, is it worth buying a projector?
Winner: Projectors TV projectors are much more cost-effective, at least in terms of screen size for your dollar. You can get a decent HD projector and 100-inch screen for under $1,000, whereas an 80-inch TV is going to cost you at least $1,500, if not much more.
Is 7000 lumens good for a projector?
7000 lumens is probably more than sufficient to watch movies in your basement, projected onto a white wall in a dark room. It is far short of what you need in a commercial cinema, where typical projectors output 20,000 to 30,000 lumens.