If you enjoy 3D programming and the latest 3D movies it is a good idea to invest in a 3D device that allows you to watch and play all of your favorite movies and games. while a 3D television is nice, it is confined to a small, set space. With a 3D projector you are able to watch an incredibly large surface area that is going to be much bigger than what you’ll traditionally find in a television set. If you are interested in buying one model, you can choose your favorite 3D projector in several online stores, but here we show you the latest models on the market.
Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 5020UB
The Epson PowerLite projector is one of the very best projectors on the market, and although it is going to cost around $2,500, it is still less expensive than many of the larger projects. It is a full 1080p LCD projector with 3D capabilities, not to mention it has color support for 1.07 billion colors. The throw ration is 1.34 – 2.87:1 and the image size is 29.9 inches to 300 inches. You won’t be able to find a 300 inch television at any store near you, and even if you could you’d end up spending tens of thousands of dollars on such a device, so when you want size and quality, the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema is where it is at.
If you are serious about the black levels on your projector than you need to go either with this JVC model or the next Sony model. Of course the price for the projector is also going to increase, as this projector is going to set you back around $3,500. The D-ILA projector produces a 1080p image and it is a 3D projector, although you need to purchase the glasses separately (with the Epson product you receive two added glasses for free). The refresh rate sits as 120Hz and the native aspect ratio is 16:9. Plus, you receive an image contrast rate of 50,000:1. while you only receive two HDMI input options there are other methods for connecting hardware, including a component video, serial and 3D sync out port for your convenience.
This projector does cost around $3,900, but it gives the best image quality and is noticeably different from what the Epson offering provides you. This is a true home theater experience you’re not going to find form a TV. It also has better features out of the box so you don’t have to alter all of the settings in order to obtain a solid image quality.
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