The question of projectors


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Going home to buy a projector ( for movies mainly )
Tell me about pitfalls, etc
Much inferior quality, say a 42" TV?
I think between the three models, want it to be cheaper (not ready to entertainment of this kind to spend a lot of money).

And explain about the "Original resolution" on projectors at 800x600 movies impossible to watch?
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Pitfalls:
1. Noisy cooling.
2. The difficulty in installation (need to attach to the ceiling or to something to put, then to rebuild the geometry of the image).
3. Expensive as the projector and the normal of the screen. And with the bad screen color is also very.
4. Additional requirements for dimming of the room.
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In short, I would have bought the TV at equal cost, it will be better and easier. The projector makes sense, when you need to get a very large image size, more mass at the moment of the diagonals of TV. Or when you need the ability to remove the screen. Home inpatient TV is definitely better. Especially at their current thickness.
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Weird going on habré, my similar request also did not understand, and You zaminusovali. We do not like projectors? I think to buy, waiting for maybe one of the techs stir up obzorchik...
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From years of using the projector for watching movies at home:
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1. Noisy cooling. But we must not forget that the projector is not under the ear, and movies are rarely without sound. I would not betray this great value. In addition, if the room little by the end of the film you will feel the increase in room temperature. Lamp worth the money.
2. The complexity of the setup for the first time. Not much harder than putting on a new 42" LCD panel on the wall. However, time will take a couple of hours, as you will need to configure the geometry. Besides do not forget about wiring speakers because speakers need to be at the screen, not the projector.
3. Picture clarity and colour reproduction is to evaluate in the store. No complaints about colour reproduction under normal blackout I noticed a couple of years. Now the lamp is already 50% developed and the corners are grayish gradient — problem DLP. By the way, note that the lamp life is about 5-6 years, but 4 years later the picture will be pale.
4. Consider dimming to save on the cost of the projector. I have an old Dell-1100MP — without darkening the picture a dim. At that time he, along with the screen cost cheaper palest hue 42" TV. For an evening of movies I really liked and I was satisfied.
5. Projector good for movies, not as a replacement of the TV.
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42" TV is ~25 thousand rubles. FullHD projector, 40 thousand... 800x600 projectors is, in my opinion, only for office presentations with graphs. Oh, plus another $ 10 for the normal screen.
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The biggest downside to projectors is the need for periodic replacement of expensive lamps. There are projectors with led light source, but they are inferior in characteristics to projectors with traditional halogen lamps.
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The only plus of the projector for mobility. For the house to buy it was no use: the budget models no matter the colour reproduction and full HD TVs taxiing.
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Unless there is an overwhelming desire to have a screen in the wall is not overcome, take.
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