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Top Ten Best Projectors for Your Home Theatre

Here is a list of the GREATEST projectors you should invest in for your home theatre:

 

#1)  Optoma UHD60  Rating: 8.1/10

Sure the Optoma UHD60 projector looks slightly sharper with 4K, but superb contrast is its real strength.

#2) Optoma HD142X Rating: 8.0/10

Best Picture for the Money

The Optoma HD142X projector spits out wall-filling swaths of full-HD resolution for less than the cost of a decent 50-inch TV.

#3) BenQ HT2050 Rating: 8.0/10

A Better Picture, but a bit More Money

The BenQ HT2050 projects one of the best dark-room images for the money we've tested, making it worth the money for video-quality buffs.

#4) Viewsonic PJD7828HDL Rating: 7.8/10

Best Value for Smaller Rooms

With an impressive picture for the price, the Viewsonic PJD7828HDL is a top choice for projector seekers with smaller rooms.

#5) Sony VPL-VW350ES  Rating: 7.8/10

 Best 4K Projector

Sure it costs a mint, but with a screen this large you might actually notice an improvement from the high resolution. Other picture quality aspects are stellar too.

#6)  Epson Home Cinema 4000 Rating: 7.7/10

Despite lacking 4K resolution, the Epson HC4000 projector delivers a very impressive image for the price.

#7) BenQ CineHome HT2550 Rating: 7.7/10

The BenQ HT2550 is one of the first projectors with actual 4K resolution for under $1,500. So is it worth paying extra?

#8) Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema LS10000 Rating: 7.6/10

BEST Laser Projector

A laser light engine lends this high-end projector great picture quality, along with far-future bragging rights

#9) Epson Home Cinema 640 Rating: 7.4/10

Cheapest Projector for a Decent Picture

A little light cannon with the ability to fill a huge screen, the Epson Home Cinema 640 produces a surprisingly impressive image for the price.

#10) Epson Home Cinema 2045 Rating: 7.3/10

Best Projector for People who See DLP Rainbows

The Epson Home Cinema 2045 might not match the picture quality of some better DLP units, but it also doesn't suffer from the "rainbow effect."

SUGGESTED: No matter HOW good of a projector you buy, the quality of the picture that is shown depends greatly on the GLASS that is used in your port window. If you do not have HIGH QUALITY port window glass, the picture will not be as sharp and clear as possible. We have done massive amounts of research to get the information about the port window glass which is used by all the major studios worldwide, i.e., Disney, Fox, Universal, Paramount, Sony, iMax, Dolby, Warner Brothers. The port window glass that is used in these studios, is none other than Home Theatre Glass, https://hometheatreglass.com/ .

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