Just Projectors are specialists, we make sure we have low prices, review them before we list them and give honest feedback as to whether they are best choice for your specific needs. You can of course call our technical sales advisors for advice or if you prefer to narrow your search with filters, or if buying for specific application, go to the menu at the top of the page and choose "Projector", here you can see which ones we recommend for your application. Important we are here to help so call on 01189 070703 & we will be able to let you know about the best deals out there for you, what other equipment is available and make sure you get the best value for your budget.
Every purchase is an investment, they are not cheap even though they have come down in price in the last few years, but they do last a long time and are ideal not only for the home, but in a school or at work. Connectivity is simple, data is either a VGA connection or if it's HD Ready then HDMI connection (this cable doesn't come as standard) . Video chips are different from data chips for the application of home cinema, not all HD 1080p will look the same. You always want to use the best cable you can so you get the best picture. There are two main types, LCD are dominated by Epson (one of the original 3 who created LCD panels) and DLP which have seen their initial problems of poor colours now solved and are out selling LCD. It might be hard to decide which one to buy as there is such a choice, we can help of course or you can filter down your selection. Good solid brands as Epson, NEC, Hitachi, BenQ, Infocus, Viewsonic, all offer excellent after care service and good technical advice to support you throughout the warranty period. Remember you are buying a display piece of equipment, and the quality is measured as a resolution which is the number of pixels that make up the image. The more pixels, the clearer the image. The aspect ratio is how the pixels are laid out, XGA or SVGA or SXGA+ are known as 4:3 giving an almost square image, known as video format although not really video as it can be data, then the newer resolutions following the trend for wider screen projector resolutions are WXGA or WUXGA - 16:10 aspect ratio or 1080p or 720p which are 16:9 aspect ratios. The brightness is measured as lumens, it doesn't mean just because it is brighter it is better, actually a home cinema projector proves that as most of them are around 2000-2500 lumens. Yes there are cheap projectors out there - usually the ones that seem too good to be true as complete rubbish and we get calls daily about machines around the £120 mark offering full HD, but read the small print, they are HD ready not full HD. If in doubt, if you don't see that brand mention on any other website stay away from it, it's a cheap Chinese rip-off with a low resolution box with a HDMI connection added, never HD quality just clever marketing. Just Projectors only sell recognised brands with proper after care depts to help you when you most need it. We hold stock so you can have them for next day (location dependant). Call us today on 01189 070703