Projectors – You Get What You Pay For

Projectors – You Get What You Pay For

Ok, you’ve made the decision to buy a video projector for your conference room, and you’ve put yourself in charge of making that acquisition. But before you run out and spend the money, you’ll need to ask yourself a few questions. Like how many lumens will you need? What contrast ratio is best? Do you want DLP, 1080 HD resolution, and – whoa! See why you need to ask some questions!

The bottom line is that when it comes to purchasing a video projector, there are a lot of factors to consider. And with prices ranging from $800 to many thousands of dollars, you need to ask the right questions! You can expect to put a “home theater” projector in a commercial setting and expect it to withstand constant use. You need to know the ambient light in the room, and how many lumens you’ll need to be able to see whatever is projected. You’ll need to determine the type and quantity of HDMI inputs. As you can see, what you really need, is a professional to help answer all of these questions.

A good professional firm will analyze your setting, determine your needs, and make recommendations to you based on your budget. They’ll have access to all the top names; all price ranges and can offer installation, service and maintenance to protect your investment.

You really do get what you pay for in video projectors (or any commercial audio visual product: CCTV, Sound Systems, etc …) , so make sure you’re buying the right equipment. And remember that when it comes to video projectors only a professional can help you maximize your investment!

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