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While many consumers purchase projectors for the office, a growing group of technology fans are using their projectors for entertainment purposes. Projector technology has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years. Since the introduction of the LCD projector, consumers have finally been able to see vivid colors and HD graphics without needing a projector screen.
Business owners and consultants are still using projectors to give slide show presentation and watch movies simply because it is easier to transport and more dynamic than a standard television. The liquid crystal display in LCD projectors is actually located in the lens. When the lens is adjusted, the color quality, resolution and even the proportion of the image can be altered to your exact specifications.
Older model DLP projectors may have brought the technology into the forefront, however, owners were extremely limited in their capabilities. JVC projectors come with long life bulbs that are resistant to burning out or rendering unbalanced colors. Whether you only plan on using your projector once every few weeks or every single day, you will want to buy yours from a manufacturer that has a good reputation.
In addition to purchasing a high quality projector from a manufacturer that you trust, you will also need to learn how to use your equipment so that you can get the most out of your investment. While there will be instructions included, you will also want to take the time to adjust the color balance and resolution until the picture quality is where you want it to be. Projectors are capable of playing movies in widescreen format and even the most complex special effects sequences will come to life. Find a large, flat surface to use your projector with and you and guests will be able to enjoy the best in digital picture quality.