San Clemente, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2016
The holidays are here. There’s nothing quite like a brand new home theater projector to generate lots of holiday cheer. ProjectorReviews.com’s two Holiday Gift Guides provide a roadmap through the seemingly never-ending list of projectors on the market, right to the projector of one's dreams. The guides feature a number of the best displays for dedicated home theaters, as well as a couple of interesting projector screens, and even one tiny pocket projector.
These home theater guides include projectors designed for living rooms and other bright spaces which have a lot of ambient light, as well as those for a traditional dedicated home theater or cave!
The guides are split into two categories: Projectors from under $500 to $2,500. And over $2500 projectors.
“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, founder of ProjectorReviews.com and editor of the guides.
Sony, Epson, and Viewsonic are just some of the home theater projector manufacturers to be found in this year’s gift guides, alongside projector screens from Elite and Elunevision.
The guides give a complete rundown of the features, capabilities and options of each projector and link to reviews.
Here’s a sampling – some of the featured home projectors in this year’s Holiday Guides:
Qumi Q3 Plus – Tiny never looked so good – under $400, and battery powered! Up to 100” diagonal viewing.
Viewsonic PJD-7836HDL – A vibrant 3500 lumens of bright room projector under $900, LCDTV owners will be insanely jealous
Epson 5040UB/6040UB – Pure value: A 4K capable home theater projector priced at $2,999, with the Pro Cinema 6040UB weighing in at a grand more (with extra goodies).
Sony VPL-VW365ES - The world’s least expensive true 4K projector for a mere $9,999. A razor sharp, beautiful picture.
Epson LS10500 - An awesome home theater laser projector that improves on last year’s LS10000, adding more 4K capabilities including HDR and better performance, for $7,999.
The models featured deliver an experience that’s similar to - and in many ways surpasses - visiting a typical movie theater.
Movie ticket prices in most cities cost over $10, with IMAX and 3D tickets pulling in around $20 each (more for 3D). A family of four can certainly save $50 to $100 per movie and snacks, and thousands of dollars over the span of a few years, by acquiring a home theater projector. An added bonus: no disruptive strangers to ruin the movie experience.
Though many people primarily use projectors for watch movies, projectors are equally impressive when used for sports and other HDTV content as well. Today even the better sub-$1000 projectors deliver remarkable picture quality.
“The Superbowl is right around the corner. In the holiday spirit, no one should be subjected to watching the Superbowl on some tiny 55” LCDTV when a 110” screen and projector (4 times the size) is what we all deserve!” said Feierman.
These holiday guides are loaded loaded with gifts for the whole family.
To view the projector holiday guides, CLICK HERE.
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 its own separate entity in 2003. Over its 16 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, most available on our YouTube channel. The team recently launched a new site, SmarterHomeAutomation.com, which reviews the latest home automation products, including Apple HomeKit, Z-Wave, Amazon Echo, Philips Hue, Lightify, WeMo, Nest, Google Home and more.