We tested nine different projectors to find the best one suited for most situations. There are a lot of choices when it comes to projectors. Laser or lamp-based? DLP or LCD? 1080 or 4K? However, the most important things are: how easy it is to set up, audio, image quality, and price. In this video, Alix Diaconis shows us the best projectors of 2020.
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Optoma HD146X at Amazon: amzn.to/3i1kJ2q
Benq TH671ST at Amazon: amzn.to/305aIuS
Epson Home Cinema 2150 at Amazon: amzn.to/32X8BLO
Optoma UHD52ALV at Amazon: amzn.to/3j9TCn2
VAVA Laser Projector at Amazon: amzn.to/2RUV3tD
Epson Home Cinema 3800 at Best Buy: bit.ly/300EC3m
1. I was wrong about the VAVA Laser TV being a laser projector. It has a laser light source, but it uses a DLP chip, so it is technically a DLP projector. It doesn't change anything else I said about it though - just wanted you to know.
2. 02:07 - LCD projectors do not actually have a color wheel.
Thanks to Johnny for pointing this out. Hope you find the projector you're looking for! - Alix
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0:50 Types of projectors: LCD, DLP, and laser
2:30 Screen or no screen?
3:30 Best overall projector
5:48 Best budget projector
7:31 Best image quality projector
10:08 Best budget 4K projector
11:48 Best for a small space
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