When you’re ready to upgrade to a giant screen for TV, movies and gaming, which is best–a TV or a projector? The short answer is both.

Published 6:44 am Wednesday, May 23, 2012

(NAPSI)—With prices falling and technology improving, when you’re ready to upgrade to a giant screen for TV, movies and gaming, which is best—a TV or a projector? The short answer is both—because a big-screen TV is best in a bright room for most TV shows, while a projector can provide an engaging home theater experience for watching 3D movies, sports and playing games. Consider the advantages:

A Projector Offers:

• Image Size: In general, a projector can produce a larger image at a lower cost than traditional displays.

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• Scalability: Given the room size, you can choose the perfect image size (ranging from 50” up to 300”).

• Portability: The projector’s lightweight, compact design lets you put it away when not in use.

• Space: The projector doesn’t take up a lot of space, so you can use it anywhere and even get a giant screen in a small apartment.

• Decor: It’s small, so the room isn’t dominated by an electronic display.

• Experience: A superlarge screen creates an immersive experience, just like in a theater, particularly with 3D movies and 3D games that practically come to life around you. With a Mitsubishi projector, you can get exclusive 3D eyewear that provides virtually distortion-free 3D performance.

A Huge-Screen TV Offers:

• Ambient Light: TVs create a vivid display, even in rooms with large windows.

• Supersimple Installation: TVs are easy to install and set up; simply place the TV where you want it to be, plug in your source devices and power it up—that’s it.

• Size: The cabinet of one 92” home cinema television is only 24” deep, so it fits through standard doorways.

• Technology: Like the majority of digital cinema projectors used in movie theaters, some huge-screen TVs use DLP technology. It’s like bringing the theater home with you. And a cutting-edge technology called LaserVue is made by Mitsubishi Electric, the only TV that uses laser light for more vivid colors compared to other TVs.

• All in One: The company’s Diamond Series models have a built-in 5.1 sound system for an immersive surround sound experience, plus these high-end models support Bluetooth stereo audio streaming capability, so you can wirelessly stream music from your Bluetooth-enabled music players such as iPod, iPhone, iPad, smartphone or others to your TV.

• WiFi: A StreamTV Internet Media feature means you can stream movies from VUDU and connect to social media sites including Facebook and Twitter on your screen.

Learn More

For more views on large-screen and projector entertainment, visit www.mevsa.com or call (888) 307-0349.


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