Forget Small LCD TVs- Super Bowl Parties Deserve a Bright Room Projector

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A new class of super-bright home theater projectors makes one wonder why anyone would want to watch the Super Bowl on a small LCD TV. ProjectorReviews.com has the inside scoop on how these new bright room projectors can take a Super Bowl party to the next level.

“No 60″ LCD TV can provide the excitement, the detail, or the fun of watching the Super Bowl on a screen that’s 92″ or 106″ or even 120″ diagonal,” said Art Feierman, ProjectorReviews.com founder and editor.

A new line of projectors are revolutionizing the way people watch movies and sports at home. These “bright room” projectors are powerful enough to shine even in a well-lit space.

ProjectorReviews.com has just released an article on how sports fans can integrate these new models into their home theater in time for the Super Bowl. See the full report here: http://www.projectorreviews.com/the-art-of-home-theater-projectors/supersize-super-bowl-party-bright-room-projector/

Until now, home theater projectors mainly came in two categories: low-brightness projectors designed for dedicated home theaters and rooms that could be fully darkened; and low-cost home entertainment projectors, often with a lower resolution, brighter image, and cheaper price tag.

A new breed of high brightness projectors combine the best of both worlds. These bright room projectors give sports fans the detail they’d expect from their dedicated home theater projector, as well as a brighter image that’s perfect for watching the Super Bowl - and lots more - in a well-lit room full of family and friends.

The new bright room projectors start at less than $1,000. They are especially powerful when paired with a screen that rejects ambient light.

A 1080p bright room projector and ambient light-rejecting screen combo can produce a 100” (and larger!) image for less than $1,500. That’s half the cost of the cheapest 75” LCD TV at Costco.

Plus, many of the light-rejecting screens on the market today roll up when not in use. Why should people pay twice as much to have a big grey LCD TV dominating their living room when they’re not watching it?

“No 60″ LCD TV can provide the excitement, the detail, or the fun of watching the Super Bowl on a screen that’s 92″ or 106″ or even 120″ diagonal,” said Art Feierman, ProjectorReviews.com founder and editor. “Today’s projectors are capable of providing big, beautiful sports and entertainment, even in bright rooms!”

That 60” LCD TV is fine for watching Friday night high school games or the evening news. But when it comes to the big game - the Super Bowl - bigger really is better.

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