Only the big picture is the fascination of the right home cinema, it completely integrates the spectator into the action by filling his field of vision almost completely, as if one were there live. And even as traditional flat-screen TVs grow from generation to generation, even an 80-inch TV can’t produce the same sense of size as the projected large screen. So if you are really serious about home cinema, you can’t get past a projector.
The lighting conditions
A projector basically projects his image onto a canvas that reflects the image towards the viewer, which is why it is white. The unpleasant side effect of a canvas is that it cannot distinguish the projector light from foreign light (sun or artificial light) and therefore reflects any light source.
This problem can only be solved by one measure: foreign light sources must be minimized. With artificial light it is easy, you can simply turn it off by light switch. It is more difficult in daylight, because the sun knows (fortunately) no switch-off. But here either blinds, which are usually present, sun blinds or curtains help. The more light-dense they are, the more effective daylight can be. The less light in the room, the better the possible image quality.
Room size / projection distance / image size
It is also important to first of all to identify the possible image width in the living room at home. For an appealing large-screen experience, we recommend an image width between 2m and 4m, depending on the possible viewing distance. The possible width is, of course, limited by the room size. Modern home cinema projectors require a minimum distance of 1.5 times the image width, which can be Zoom can also be extended if necessary.
The home cinema screen naturally shows a large area, because that is exactly what the “big picture” is all about. But what we aim for in the company is annoying when not in use: A 3m2 to 4m2 large white picture with black frame does not exactly contribute to the homeliness and will only be able to be enforced in the fewest cases with other family members. The canvas should therefore disappear as invisible as possible when not in use.
The matching beamer
The heart of the living room cinema is and remains the projector, because it depends not only on the image quality, but also on the most tailor-made room integration possible. In other words, a projector that is as good as possible not only makes a particularly good picture, but can also be set up as flexibly as possible.
The same situation applies to the sound: even a tonal spatial backdrop cannot be offered by a projector, which is why most models completely dispense with internal loudspeakers. For the sound, therefore, it is necessary to do away with external loudspeakers and amplifiers. If they do not exist, they must also be firmly scheduled at the time of purchase.
No matter in which expansion stage, no matter what price range, loudspeakers are available in all possible sizes, shapes and colors, from the massive stand box, to inconspicuous shelf boxes to the invisible wall installation, the sound does not necessarily have to be “seen”.
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