Digital projectors can project an image from your PC, TV, Foxtel, DVR, DVD or Blu-Ray player.Hot.com.au > Projectors
|Home Cinema Projectors
Enjoy a real 3D cinema experience in the comfort of your own home. The latest home theatre projectors give excellent digital images and vivid colour reproduction - often exceeding the definition, sharpness and colour depth available at traditional cinemas. Top of the line projectors will come with Full 1080P High Definition image quality which will get the most out of your DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.
The main differences between Cinema and Data projectors we have for sale is brightness. Data projectors are brighter (and as a consequence, will generate more fan noise) and produce a better image in bright rooms. However, colour reproduction in a dark room is well below the quality seen in Home Theatre Projectors.Data Projectors
Multipurpose, or data, projectors are designed for office usage (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, etc.), but most do a good job with TV and DVD as well. Data projectors are often the better choice to present video in brighter environments. Watching football in the middle of the day, you're unlikely to notice the difference in colour reproduction and contrast ratio (which means almost nothing in a bright room) present in a data projector when compared to a home cinema projector and you'll make considerable price savings choosing a data model.
Data projectors typically use DVI (DVI-I/DVI-D) or 15-pin VGA inputs to get images from your computer - please ensure you get any appropriate monitor adapters, if required. See Data Projectors buying guide