projector screen paint

What Type of Paint to Use For a Projector Screen

Winter is coming, and it brings more days indoors snuggled up watching sports and movies. Just because it is cold outside, doesn’t mean it can’t be rocking...
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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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What is Contrast Ratio in a Projector?

Having the ultimate home theater means knowing all the pieces and mechanics of your system. If you are working on installing a massive high-definition screen, learning everything...

How Many Lumens is Good for a Projector?

Brightness is one of the most important factors separating an okay projector from a great one. A brighter lamp will mean more vibrant colors and a clearer...
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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 Choose a Projector for Home Theater

The projector is the central piece of any projector-based home theater set-up. Taking the time to research before you buy can save you a lot of money,...

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...
Home Theater Seating

Home Theater Seating Layout Tips

The seating placement is important in any home theater. You want to make sure everybody gets the same movie-watching experience, with an unobstructed view of the screen...
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What Can I Use For a Projector Screen?

One of the great things about a projector is that it offers you a lot of versatility in how you set up your room. You don’t even...
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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...