Go from a flat-screen to a screenless projector and take your home entertainment game to the next level. For so many Canadians, they’ve never thought about what it would be like to make the switch from a flat-screen TV to a projector. After all, HD flat-screens can be absolutely gorgeous albeit very expensive. Today’s models are far less bulky than in years’ past and once they’re hung up with a TV wall mount, they can contribute a theatrical vibe to watching media.
Projectors and projector screens present an interesting alternative. Instead of having to contend with a screen, all you need is a white canvas to broadcast your media to. This requires way less space. Price-wise, it’s also more affordable in many cases and you receive the same picture quality. Some of the more popular HD projectors in Canada include the Epson 3LCD projector, the Epson Powerlite 3LCD Projector, and the PIQS smart HD LED portable projector.
For those that have always wanted an Ultra HD 4K TV or something similar in quality, price-wise going with a flat-screen is a huge expense. Through a projector, you can oftentimes get the identical or similar quality at a lower cost. The fact that a projector has such a large sized image means it has to provide a sufficient resolution. Although there aren’t any Ultra HD projectors available in most mainstream stores, high-definition projectors are readily accessible.
Outside of the advantages mentioned, there are several things to consider when it comes to buying and installing a projector. The installation itself can take a few extra minutes as you may have to calibrate the colors properly. Also, light can be a problem when watching a projector screen. Basement settings are ideal for projectors because they do not have many windows. Curtains blocking out light in a non-basement also works well though.
All in all, if you want the largest screen possible to watch sports, movies, TV shows, concerts, and more, you’re going to save a ton of money shopping an HD projector on discount with PrimeCables as opposed to buying a flat-screen. The average 80-inch TV is over $4,000. Comparatively, you can get a 120-inch image on a projector for $800 or sometimes less. And, for this upcoming June 2019, PrimeCables’ Birthday Sale Event is also going to bring down the costs even lower.
Shop projectors, projector screens, and more this June from PrimeCables, and receive free shipping on all orders above $49 to anywhere in Canada.