Why 4K Projectors are Essential for Your Home Theater Installation
The Secret to Immersive, Vibrant Visuals
“What kind of projector should I have in my home theater?”
It’s a question we hear a lot, and there’s a clear answer: 4K. These days, 4K Ultra HD isn’t just for televisions. You can get the same stunning picture quality as the commercial theaters with the right 4K projector. Read on to learn how necessary about 4K and why Ultra HD projectors are now considered essential for any home theater installation in the San Francisco or greater northern California area.
4K of the Future
You might have heard of a 4K projector before – but what does it mean for the viewing experience? A 4K resolution is so rightly called because it is four times better than a 1080P screen. 1080P has around 2 million total pixels, while 4K has over 8 million. This greatly enriches the image’s color and creates immersion with the advanced quality. Viewers will be able to sit closer to the screen without losing clarity or seeing the individual pixels. This won’t limit the seating placement and will give your home theater design room for variety.
Everyone is raving about the 4K Ultra Hi-Def experience – and the rest of the industry is listening. Soon, streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime will release more of their original content in 4K. Because many consumers see the beauty of the resolution, companies are following suit. Stay up to date, and have your home theater already prepped with 4K technology, to prepare for the future.
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Projectors Deliver Superiority
4K brings the excellence to your theater, but why a projector instead of a TV screen? It’s a more versatile option. When designing your theater, you can select between a ceiling-mount and a short-throw projector. If you have a larger room and high ceiling, you can install a long-throw projector, while a short-throw one is optimal for small room designs. You can place the latter on cabinets or desks right in front of the screen. They are also ideal if you’d like to hide or minimize the noticeability of said projector.
Projectors also offer the choice to pull up the screen or keep it down while it is not in use. As opposed to a flat-screen TV, a projector’s screen won’t have to sit there blankly during the day. Roll the screen up to reveal a bold piece of art or décor, and open any windows in the room to let in the natural light. This gives the theater a multi-purpose feel.
4K projectors bring the awe and reverence to any home theater. Learn more about installing these features in your San Francisco theater by contacting us at (924) 600-9680 or online through our contact page.