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Flat Screen Display Or Projectors?

Flat Screen Display Or Projectors?

Flat Screen Display Or Projectors? Which Is Ideal For Your Home

If you want to upgrade your home theater viewing, what are the options you plan to check? Do you want to pick a big flat-screen display monitor? Or do you want to check the projectors for the same? Projectors are coming at lesser prices these days. At the same time, even the HD Flat screen monitors are at less price. 

Let us help you assimilate all the points and pick the best display screen for the best home-viewing. 

Size of the screen:

These days, it is common to come across 85-inch television screens. It is close to the projector screen size. So, if you were planning to go for the projector just for this wide-screen perspective, then you have an option. 

Cost:

The cost of wide-screen television has come low. This is thanks to the plethora of brands selling the same in the market. Smart TVs are in a rage, and there are televisions available at around $2000 to $4000 approximately. On the other hand, the projector screens can come just within $1000, making it a clear-cut choice for budget shoppers.

Brightness Factor:

Whether you watch the television in a dark room or in a brightly-lit room, brightness will stand out. It will not be a problem for you. However, to use the projector indoors, you will need to watch it in a dark room to get the perfect contrast. The LED TVs measure their brightness in nits, and the projectors with their bulbs are in no way anywhere closer in a match with the LED screens. 

Blue Light:

You must be aware of the blue light-emitting out of all the devices we use; from smartphones to laptops to even flat-screen TVs. However, this blue light can damage the eyes on long-term exposure leading to even retina’s damage. On the other hand, the projectors also emit these blue light. This does not harm the eyes as directly as the TVs. 

Resolution:

Agreed these days, you get 4K HDR projectors. But if you want to know their resolution is as good as the 4K TVs, the answer is no! The actual experience of watching a movie with the Ultra HD Blu-ray player on the HD television is more worth it. 

There are always ways to optimize the home theater by upgrading and customizing well within your budget. We hope you shall now be able to compare the display monitor before opting for either of them for your home theater. 

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