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Light Matters: Tips for Maximizing Your Home Theater Projector’s Performance

by Product Specialist

Light Matters: Tips for Maximizing Your Home Theater Projector’s Performance

Small details can make a big difference in the viewing experience in your home or theater. Consider some elements that can make or break your projector when you use it to view movies, videos, or other images at home.

Some things that make a big impact on home projection include:

The Room's Ambient Lighting
In home theaters or projection areas, subtle lighting is best and merits a dimming-feature. It is suggested that wall sconces, track-lighting, and recessed fixtures are best for a projection space, with ambient light that can be dimmed as needed.

The Color of the Walls
Also, keep in mind the color of the room. Paint your home theater a dark color, that is no-glare and flat for the best image during projection.

The Screen
When using a projector, the color of the screen is important. It may seem wise to use a white screen for your projection, but gray is better and will provide the detailed resolution that you want.

Natural Light Sources
Natural light from windows, doors, or outside will impact the image projected on your screen. Cover up windows with dark panels or blinds, and block out even the cracks of light that cause glare and reflections for optimal viewing.

Use these tips to enhance the projection experience at home, and to get the best image possible when you sit down to watch. Consider the space that you plan to use your projector in, and make some augmentations to ensure a clear, detailed resolution for you and your guests.