If turning your home into a full-blown theatre tickles your fancy, we’ve got you covered. From the affordable to top of the range, we’ve curated a creme-de-la-creme list of projectors at every price point, for your viewing pleasure. So grab the popcorn, settle in and keep reading.
If you’re purchasing a home projector for the very first time, you’ll want to do a couple things.
- Measure the exact distance you’ll need to get the picture size you want. It's important to get this right.
- If you want to display a picture that’s bigger than 80 inches wide, you’ll want to find out what kind of lens it has. Some HD projectors will need about 2 meters of distance to display a picture that size.
- The bulbs inside projectors can get super hot and need to be cooled down with a fan, which means things can get a little noisy. You can find out how much noise your projector’s fan is expected to make by asking for the decibel (db) rating.