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How Long Do Projector Bulbs Last?

One of the big differences between owning a projector and owning a traditional television is that projector bulbs will have to be replaced from time to time....
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How to Calculate Projector Screen Size

It’s common knowledge that a projector will give you a larger screen for your home theater than your average television. But how much bigger—and how can you...
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How to Test: Projector Lamp is Bad

Whatever brand, style, or price-point of projector that you have, all of them have one basic thing in common: they all use a lamp to create the...
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DIY Drive-In: How to Set Up Your Own Outdoor Movie Theater

The drive-in theater used to be a small town staple. It’s easy to see the appeal. There’s something magical about watching a movie out under the stars—and...

How to Set Up a Home Theater Sound System

Quality sound is an important part of the cinematic experience. Whether it’s snappy dialogue or the effects that make you feel like you’re right there in the...
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How To Hang A Projector Screen On The Wall

So, it appears that you have finally splurged on a new projector screen. Now that you´ve decided where you want it to be placed, it is time...
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How To Connect a Phone to a Projector with USB

There are a number of ways to get the content you want to watch onto your projector. Figuring out the best way to do it largely depends...
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Choosing the right projector for a mind-blowing home cinema

This idea certainly sounds like a luxury, so you might be surprised how affordable and easy it can be to set up a truly immersive home cinema...
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How to Watch TV on Projector without a Cable Box

Movies are amazing on a massive screen in HD and surround sound. But, you didn’t buy a projector for just movies; you want to be able to...
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How to Clean a Projector Inside Lens

Over time, the lens of your projector can accumulate dust. This creates a murky cloud across your image, reducing both the brightness and the sharpness. Knowing how...