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Transform your living room into your own home cinema with one of these projectors. We have a wide selection of models to suite most budgets, all with the crucial widescreen resolution. Not only can they be used with DVD, Blu-ray or other HD content, the projectors are also perfect for game consoles.
Whether in the car, train or plane, take a look at our selection of moblie projectors. All projectors in this category are lightweight and offer some special features such as the ability to present directly from a USB stick or automatic keystone correction.
Projectors for your home. Your introduction to the world of projection need not be expensive. On this page we show our selction of projectors for use in the home to suit all budgets. All projectors enable you to view your photos, watch movies or play games via a PC or a console on a big screen.
Whether a conference room. meeting hall or large event: the majority of projectors in this category offer the ability to use interchangeable lenses in order to adapt to unusual projection distances and image sizes. You can also find features such as lens shift or 24/7 operation.
In this category you will find projectors for typical office applications: from small meeting rooms to medium sized conference rooms, you will find the perfect model for you. There are now several different projector features which will simplify your daily routine such as presenting directly from a USB stock or via WLAN.
Your office is no longer too small for a projector. Short throw projectors allow for large images to be created over short distances thanks to special lenses or via a mirror. Projectors with a mirror will allow you to teach or present without casting a shadow.
These mini projectors are perfect for mobile applications and will allow you to view photos or watch DVDs or allow you to make a short presentation. It is recommended that they are used in well darkened environments due to their lakc of power. Whilst they lack brightness, some are battery powered which is a feature not available in other projectors.
Bring 3D cinema into your own home. These projectors offer a plug & play 3D solution. Simply connect to your 3D source, put on your glasses and the 3D experience can begin.
For the education sector, we offer certain projectors that meet special requirements. Some of the devices will protect against theft due to their distinctive colour, others have fewer controls so that students cannot change settings easily.

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Completely darkened rooms are usually found in the basement or a room with black out curtains or shutters.
A room is usually partially darkened by the usage of blinds or dark curtains.
A room can usually be slightly darkened by using light coloured curtains or vertical blinds.
A room that has no curtains or blinds with a normal ambient light. The projector should, however, not be projecting into full sunlight.
   

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The 4:3 resolution is usually used for business applications. It is less well suited for watching movies. The standard resolution is the XGA resolution with 1024 x 768 pixels.
The 16:9 format is mostly used for video/film. Therefore this is the most common format in home cinema projectors. In conjunction with a digital connection (HDMI), the 1280 x 720 resolution provides HD Ready certification and the 1920 x 1080 resolution is known as Full HD resolution.
The 16:10 format is widely used in multimedia applications (eg notebooks). This format is available in conjunction with two resolutions: (1280 x 800 and 1980 x 1200).

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With LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) projection technology, the lamp light is passed through a dichroic mirror and split into three primary colours: red, green and blue (3LCD) . The split light is filtered through the working end of each colour polysilicon liquid crystal panel. This produces monochrome images which are superimposed through a prism which then produce an image. Particularly high-quality projectors use four panels (4LCD). In the 4LCD projectors the colour yellow is also separated.
DLP (Digital Light Processing) is a projection technology. The image is created by light being sent through a rotating colour wheel. Newer DLP projectors have a greater number of colour segments that are on the rotating colour wheel (from 6 to 7) in order to achieve better colour mixing. The DLP technology uses an optical semiconductor, known as DMD chip (Digital Micromirror Device) to recreate the image. The light transmits to the DMD chip which contains a number of tiny mirrors, each covering one or more pixels. The mirrors reflect the light through the lens and the image is produced.
Liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS or LCOS) is a "micro-projection" or "micro-display" technology. It is a reflective technology similar to DLP techology but it uses liquid crystals instead of individual mirrors. By way of comparison, LCD projectors use transmissive LCD chips, allowing light to pass through the liquid crystal. In LCoS, liquid crystals are applied directly to the surface of a silicon chip coated with an aluminised layer, with some type of passivation layer, which is highly reflective.

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A resolution of 1280 x 720 (or more) pixels is required and a digitial connection (HDMI / DVI-I/-D)
A resolution of 1920 x 1080 (or more) pixels is required and a digital connection (HDMI / DVI-I/-D)
Projectors using this feature allow you to switch off the projector straight after use and unplug it without needing to cool the lamp down before switching off.
A projector with automatic keystone correction will automatically manipulate the image to be made rectangular (keystone corrected). The automation is done only vertically.
Ideally the projector should be positioned perpendicular to the screen. Since this is not always possible, some projectors offer horizontal keystone correction. This feature allows the trapezoidal distortion of the image to be compensated and keystone corrected (made rectangular) by adjusting the optics or applying digital scaling to the image. The range is 15 to 30 degrees. This feature is only available in very few projectors.
WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) refers to a wireless network. Some projectors can be connected wirelessly to the computer allowing a wireless image transmission. The wireless connection on projectors is currently not good enough for signals of high data levels (ie video content) and the projected image can be very slow.
The PC free feature allows for image files (usually JPEG files) to be viewed via a USB stick. Some projectors allow other file types (ie .MPEG) but it is rare.
A built-in speaker with more than 8W offers the possibility to play sound in acceptable quality. This feature is often used in schools.
Network capability of a projector usually refers only to management and control. Using the RJ45 interface, data can be read from the projector (such as lamp hours) and a user can also access the projector menus. Most manufacturers provide software which allows multiple projectors to be simultaneously controlled and monitored. The transfer of content is only available in a few models and provides rather slow transmission so only simple content such as image files (jpg format) can be transmitted.
These projectors come with a soft case.
Lens shift can be defined as the displacement of the lens with the prism (horizontal or vertical) or vice versa. This results in the centre of the image being offset from the centre of the lens. The lens shift function helps to eliminate key-stoned images and geometrically aligns images. In contrast to keystone correction, lens-shift does not affect the quality of the image as it is an optical alignment not a digital one.
With most large installation projectors you have the ability to change the lens depending on the requirements (distance / image width) The following optional lenses are available: - Standard lenses - Wide angle lenses (short distance / large picture) - Telephoto lenses (large distance / small image).
Projectors that are designed for 24/7 operation, can be used for that length of time. They are built to withstand the continuous usage.
The Quick Start feature provides a very rapid deployment of the device. Normally, when one minute is required, devices with this feature are ready after about 30 seconds.
Interactive projectors offer a similar feature as a whiteboard but in much leaner version. This function is addressed via an active pen. It allows for example, to write on the image, to highlight text or to show or hide content.
   

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Digital connection for the transmission of image and audio. This is necessary for a high definition picture quality (HDTV ). HDMI 1.4 (high speed) is suitable for the transmission of 3D content in Full HD.
The VGA connection is an analog 15-pin connection for image transmission. It is also called D-Sub15 and will be commonly found with notebooks, laptops and desktop PCs. Compared to other analog connections, it provides a good quality image. It can be screwed securely to input or output port and is suitable for component video confirguration.
Digital connection for image transmission. It can be screwed securely to input and output device. The transmission length is usually limted to approx 15m. It is easy to adapt DVI-D to HDMI.
Digital and analog connection for image transmission. It can be screwed securely to input and output device. The transmission length is usually limted to approx 15m. It is easy to adapt DVI-D to HDMI.
To identify this connection, it is usually colour coded in yellow. Data transmission only occurs over one channel resulting in a lower quality image.
The S-video connection is also known as S-VHS or Hosieden connection. It operates over two channels (brightness/colour) and compared to the Composite video connection provides a higher quality image.
The LAN connection is designed to transmit and control data and has superseded the RS232 or RS232C ports as a control and monitor interface. For some devices, it is also used to transmit data but does not offer the same image quality provided by an HDMI, DVA or VGA connection.
It is possible to control the projector via RS232 port, switching on and off for instance. It looks similar to the VGA port. It is also available in a rounded format as an RS232C port.
This connection enables the projector to read data from an external storage media (such as USB sticks). Most projectors, however, are only able to play image files in JPEG format. Very few projectors are able to read and play video files or Microsoft Office format files directly.
The USB Type B connection is mainly used to control presentations via the remote control of the projector. The signal is looped through the projector to the PC.
The component video (also RGB connection) is an analog video connection with three channels. It provides the best quality analog video connection.

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Digital connection for the transmission of image and audio. This is necessary for a high definition picture quality (HDTV). HDMI 1.4 (high speed) is suitable for the transmission of 3D content in Full HD.
The VGA out connection enables looping of the VGA input signal through the projector allowing to connect to another display device (screen or projector).
Digital connection for image transmission. It can be screwed securely to input and output device. The transmission length is usually limted to approx 15m. It is easy to adapt DVI-D to HDMI.
Digital and analog connection for image transmission. It can be screwed securely to input and output device. The transmission length is usually limted to approx 15m. It is easy to adapt DVI-D to HDMI.
To identify this connection, it is usually colour coded in yellow. Data transmission only occurs over one channel resulting in a lower quality image.
The S-video connection is also known as S-VHS or Hosieden connection. It operates over two channels (brightness/colour) and compared to the Composite video connection provides a higher quality image.
The LAN connection is designed to transmit and control data and has superseded the RS232 or RS232C ports as a control and monitor interface. For some devices, it is also used to transmit data but does not offer the same image quality provided by an HDMI, DVA or VGA connection.
It is possible to control the projector via RS232 port, switching on and off for instance. It looks similar to the VGA port. It is also available in a rounded format as an RS232C port.
This connection enables the projector to read data from an external storage media (such as USB sticks). Most projectors, however, are only able to play image files in JPEG format. Very few projectors are able to read and play video files or Microsoft Office format files directly.
The USB Type B connection is mainly used to control presentations via the remote control of the projector. The signal is looped through the projector to the PC.
The component video (also RGB connection) is an analog video connection with three channels. It provides the best quality analog video connection.

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Tripod screens are very convenient: they are made of one piece and because of their tripod foot, are very stable, especially on uneven surfaces.
The electric screen is the most convenient of the installation screens. Depending on type and specification, the electric screens are available in a number of sizes and price points. They range from entry level to custom built ceiling recessed screens.
The manual screen series provides a cost effective solution as they are operated by hand. The screens can be wall or ceiling mounted. The built-in spring allows the screen to be stopped at any desired position. The screen, when no longer in use, can be rolled back into its housing.
The elegant fixed frame screen is ideally suited for home cinema applications with its perfectly taut fabric. The fabric is stretched onto the rear of the frame after the frame has been assembled. The beautiful and simple frame in matt black fits perfectly into your room. In contrast to the installation screens, it is not retractable.
Mobile folding frame screens are desgiend for mobile large-scale projections. The screens provide perfect flatness, as all frame screens do. Supplied in a rugged flight case, they are used at large events and presentations and intersting for the events hire sector. They are available for front and rear projection.
Mobile pull up screens are an alternative to the traditional tripod screen and are concealed in a housing. The set up is easy and fast and the screen can be easily transported in its housing.
Ceiling recessed screens provide an almost invisible integration into any ceiling. They are operated by remote control or switch, similar to the classic electric screen.
Screen fabric can be bought off the roll and customised to your requirements, with eyelets, poppers or black borders. We offer a wide range of options that might be of interest for hobbyists or exhibition stand builders for instance.
Table top screen
Table top screens are the perfect addition to the mini or pocket projectors, as well as the latest LED projectors. They are available up to 1m wide. The screen is folded sideways and the side panels serve as the housing.
   

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The 16:9 format is the classic format for home cinema. Full HD and HD Ready are 16:9 formats, also games consoles, TV set-top boxes and many films are in the 16:9 format.
The 16:10 format is mainly used for business applications. Most laptops/notebooks have 16:10 displays and so many business projectors have the native 16:10 format.
The 4:3 format is the traditional ratio used by TV signals from PAL and NTSC and until 2007 the most commonly used format. This has now changed to the 16:9 format. For projection of photographs it is still interesting as many photos are shot in 4:3. This format is also useful when a large viewing area is needed for high ceilings.
A 1:1 format may be useful when the screen is used for different applications and by different projectors and flexibility is important. A projector does not produce an image in 1:1 format though.
   

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Operate your electric screen from the distance or the comfort of your chair. There are infrared and radio remote controls.
The projector is positioned behind the screen and the audience is seated in front of the screen.
The built-in slow-return mechanism allows the user to pull the screen down once and simply let it go to retract it back into the housing. The feature is gear-based rather than conventional oil-based slow-return mechanisms, ensuring a much longer life and constant retraction force.
The projectors is positioned in front of the screen and the audience is also seated in front of the screen.
   

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The gain factor (luminance factor) indicates the reflectivity of the screen. A screen with a gain of 1.0 will reflect the same amount of light the projector.
A screen with a gain factor of 1.2 will reflect 20% more light. This is the most comonly used gain factor.
A screen with a slightly higher gain factor which reflects 50% more light. This is useful when the room cannot be darkened and the projector is not very bright.
This is a 'high-gain' factor. This is needed when the ambient light prevails in very large rooms (for instacne lecture halls).
   
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