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The first and most important aspect of a projector that everyone will notice the instant you power it up is the Sharpness and Clarity of High Definition Images. It will be hard to compare image quality unless the source is 1080p from HD DVD, Blu-ray or equivalent, otherwise, all HD projectors will look the same when comparing a non-HD image. A HD projector that cannot fully handle a HD image will have an apparent softness, and the image will have a slightly blurry or cloudy look to it as well as display digital noise.
The next feature an HD projector should is De-interlacing capacity of the projector. A projector that doesn't have De-interlacing capability will have flickering and motion effects in the projection. A good HD projector should provide a clear and stable image with few noticeable defects.
Lumen output is also an important factor when choosing an HD projector. A higher Lumen Output will usually provide a brighter and clearer picture. If your venue is bright and well lit, then you need higher lumens, otherwise your image will look transparent and dull when viewing.
If you take all this into consideration when choosing which features are most important to you, then you will be more than satisfied with whatever purchase you decide to make.
HIGH DEFINITION PROJECTOR FAST FACTS:
- 1080p projectors work at a resolution of 1920x1080
- The "p" in 1080p stands for Progressive Scanning; Progressive scanning is the latest in technologies for displaying or transmitting moving images.
- The single most important factor to look for when considering a 1080p is the projectors de-interlacing performance. Although all 1080p projectors operate in a de-interlaced mode not all projectors perform this magic equally.
- HD Projectors look best when matched with a HD input such as a Blu-Ray player or other high definition content.
- 1080p Projectors are popular choices for home theatre projects.