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What does the “HD” in “HD projector” stand for? It means “High Definition”, and it’s the standard for today’s home cinema buffs. HD projectors are connected to home theatre equipment, such as a DVD player or a Blu-Ray Player, via an HDMI input. Many video projects also feature standard analogue inputs, including VGA, component, and composite.
Buying a cheap HD projector doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to sacrifice on quality. With today’s technology, HD and LED projectors can be produced at a much lower cost than in the past. Especially with an LED projector, a great cost-saving feature is that the lamps very rarely need replacing, if ever. Did you know that you can get up to 20,000 hours of use from LED lights used in an LCD projector? At the lower end of the price spectrum, consider purchasing a mini HD projector. Portable and mini projector models are great for business use and impromptu slideshows, and are certainly the most affordable in the range available on the market.
There are a couple of common technologies that are used in the most inexpensive home cinema projectors. An LCD projector uses LCD light gates – a simple system which makes it a popular choice for home theatres as well as for business presentations. A sub-type of the LCD projector design is an LED projector. These models use a series of LED lights (Light Emitting Diodes) to produce light, which means that the lamps do not need to be replaced very often.
Along with a new projector, you’ll want a Projector Screen for the maximum image quality. You’ll also probably want to consider a Projector Mount for your wall or ceiling. There’s no limit to what you can do with your home cinema, and HiFi-Tower is the place to start, also if you need a Power Amplifier.