“This is prime season for folks to fulfill their dreams of experiencing movies, TV and sports like never before by buying the perfect home theater projector for their needs and budget,” said Art Feierman, ProjectorReviews.com founder.
San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) December 04, 2015
There’s nothing like a new projector to elevate the holiday cheer. ProjectorReviews.com’s holiday gift guides help buyers sort through the hundreds of projectors on the market to find the best display for their home theaters. The guides also feature smaller “pocket” projectors, screens, and projectors designed for high brightness spaces like the typical living room or family room.
Projector manufacturers BenQ, Epson, LG, Optoma and Sony are some of those featured in this year’s gift guides, as well as screens from Elite and Screen Innovations.
The guides are divided into two categories: higher-end models and projectors priced below $2,500. ProjectorReviews.com looks at the latest home theater projectors and screens, analyzing their strengths to help buyers select the best ones for their needs and budget. The report features a rundown of each projector’s features, capabilities and options in an easy-to-read format.
Featured projectors include:
LG PH300 - A $349 pocket projector capable of producing a nearly 100″ image in a fully darkened room.
Optoma ML750 - A powerful sub-$600 model that’s perfect for apartments and other small spaces.
BenQ HT3050 - An excellent projector priced below $1,000 that features awesome color and brightness.
Epson Pro Cinema 1985 - A true “light cannon” capable of producing 1080p images in a space with moderate ambient light.
Sony VPL-VW665ES - A 4K projector capable of delivering an image as superior as the one in your local movie theater.
“This is prime season for folks to fulfill their dreams of experiencing movies, TV and sports like never before by buying the perfect home theater projector for their needs and budget,” said Art Feierman, ProjectorReviews.com founder and editor of the gift guides. “The models we featured deliver an experience that’s similar to - and in many ways surpasses - what they see at the cineplex.”
In most cities, movie tickets cost more than $10, with IMAX and 3D tickets hovering around $20 each. When you add in the price of popcorn and drinks, a family of four can easily save $50 to $100 per movie, and save thousands of dollars over a few years, by purchasing a home theater projector. And no noisy strangers ruining the movie for everyone!
Projectors aren’t just for movies either. Even a sub-$1,000 model can deliver impressive sports and entertainment content.
“With the Super Bowl just around the corner and the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro this summer, now is the perfect time to help your friends and loved ones update their home theater,” said Feierman. “And hey, I won’t tell if you use the guide to buy a present for yourself!”
To view the projector holiday guides, visit http://www.projectorreviews.com/comparisons/check-out-our-2015-holiday-projector-shopping-guides/
ProjectorReviews.com is a spinoff of Presenting Solutions LLC, a two-time INC500 company that in 1995 launched one of the earliest websites, PresentingSolutions.com. ProjectorReivews.com was created in 2000 and became a separate entity in 2003. Over its 15 years, the site has published more than 500 projector reviews, in-depth articles on display technologies and industry trends, as well as annual reports covering the latest education, home theater, and pico/pocket projectors. The ProjectorReviews.com team has also created more than 100 videos, many available on YouTube. The team recently launched a new site, SmarterHomeAutomation.com, which reviews the latest home automation products, including Apple HomeKit, Z-Wave and Amazon Echo.