Replacement lamps in projectors - are non-OEMs worth the risk?
by Andy Bassett
Will saving money on buying cheaper, non-OEM replacement projector lamps end up compromising image quality? Why not let other projector owners know what you do when it's time to shell out for a replacement?
Most homes need a printer of sorts but they're not very exciting bits of tech, are they? AVForums member, martimu, is after a new printer that won't cost the earth in running costs and has decent a decent Wi-Fi connection. Can anyone help him out with some recommendations?
It's been another good year for projectors, with improved HDR performance, cheaper native 4K models and more higher resolution projectors that can accept a 4K signal. So here's our pick of the best buys.
What's the best way to install a home cinema projector?
It's sometimes difficult to truly get the idea of how large some of the home cinema projectors on the market really are and it can be a bit of a shock when you actually get them in-house. So just how do you go about attaching them to your ceiling for optimal positioning and security?
Sometimes circumstances dictate that you are forced to make purchases from a particular store, especially with regards to insurance claims so where is the best place to get a projector in a bricks and mortar shop?
What projector has the largest image from an 'average' throw distance?
A very important consideration when researching a home cinema projector is what size of image you will get from the distance you place the projector away from the screen as the specs can be confusing. One forum member wants to know what's the largest possible image achievable from a throw distance of 2.5m with the current crop of projectors. Join the discussion