Projector Expert Questions & Answers
You've got questions, we've got answers. The following FAQs are based on actual questions from Projector People customers. The identities have been changed to protect the innocent.
Working for the Weekend »
I'm looking for a projector that is compatible with both my laptop computer for presentations and my Blu-ray player...
Penny Wise »
What is the difference between a demo projector and a new projector? Are demo projectors of lesser quality than a non-demo projector?
Ed U. Cator »
I am a teacher at a small high school that is in dire need of upgrading its technology. Can you help me find a good, low-priced projector that fits our minimal budget?
Dim Song »
I need to find a low cost projector for use in our church sanctuary. Some of the congregation has trouble reading smaller text, so it would be best if we could get a larger image (we already have a large screen in place)...
Big Screen »
Projectors are new to me. I need one to replace my family room's 65" rear-projection television. I want a high-quality picture, good colors and good blacks. I also need to be sure the projector is bright enough to watch TV during the daytime hours. My living room's window has blinds, but it still lets in a lot of light. What do you recommend for me?
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Les Chords »
I want to use my projector wirelessly, just like all the rest of my electronic equipment. What projector do I need to use to make this possible?
Matt White »
I'm planning to buy a video projector for my new media room. I'm trying to work within a budget so I want to avoid buying a screen and instead project onto my wall. I have a large wall and I'm wondering what would be the best color to paint it for the best image. Can you help me?
B. Fuddled »
I keep reading about projectors for home and projectors for office, and some projectors claim to be good for both. Bottom line, what constitutes a "home" versus an "office" projector?
Grace and Charity »
Our church plans to purchase a projector, but we need to position it back several feet from the screen. Our computer will also be several feet away from the projector. My question is, how far can we run cable before the picture looks bad?
Mr. Soundman »
In my home theater setup, my center channel speaker is located behind where I intend to place my screen. My question is, will the screen hinder my sound quality? If so, are there screens that are designed to allow sound through with a minimum of attenuation?
Seymour Stuff »
I have a Blu-ray player, cable box, PS3 and a Wii. I have too many sources for the connection panel on the back of the projector. What do I do?
Stu Dio »
I run my own photography business and I want to use a projector to assist with client meetings. What do I need to consider when shopping for a projector to use with large size images from a professional digital camera?
E.Z. Moves »
We are planning to have a projector mounted in our new conference room for sales meetings. However, we may wish to use the projector in other locations from time to time. Is there a mount design that makes the process of removing a projector quicker and easier?
Good Neighbor »
I want to start using a projector in our church sanctuary to display images and text before, during and after services. My concern is that if we install a screen (preferably an electric screen), it will obstruct the front of the sanctuary when it is not in use. Is there anything I can do?