Vankyo DLP Projector

Projectors are wonderful devices that are very affordable and have ultra-large screens. We’ve got two types of projectors for you to choose from LCD, and DLP.

Digital light processing or DLP uses small mirrors to shine a light toward the screen or away from it. Most structures utilize a colored wheel. This spinning wheel – equipped with shading filters – create the successive color. Some very good quality models utilize three DLP chips, one for red, green, and blue. DLP projectors run in cost from two or three hundred dollars to several thousand, and that is just a glimpse.

Features of DLP Technology

DLP technology is not new, as it has been around for 30 plus years. The features include:

  • Clear, smooth, and jitter-free images
  • No maintenance, virtual free with filter design
  • Maintenance-free designs save you time and reduce the cost
  • Lightweight design, typically small
  • LED technology
  • Sealed chipset limits dust spots
  • More pixels for sharper image

Standard Specs of a Projector

There are many features and price ranges in DLP projectors. Various applications contain different combinations. You can use these projectors in conference rooms, lecture halls, religious places, and classrooms. To find the best pocket projector, you need to know why you want a projector.

Resolution

Each mirror makes a single pixel. The number of mirrors compares to the resolution of the screen. For instance, a DLP projector with 2K resolution has more than 2.2 million mirrors. On the other hand, a 4K projector has about 8.8 million mirrors. The more powerful the resolution is, the better the picture quality will be.

Contrast Ratio

With a contrast ratio, you can see the lightest and the darkest picture that a mini projector is producing. Picture quality depends on the contrast ratio. If the contrast ratio is higher, the picture quality will also be better. The contrast ratio in the DLP projector ranges from 100,000:1 to 500:1.

Brightness

The brightness of a pocket projector is estimated by the quantity of light-emitting as an output of the projector, called lumens. If there are more lumens, the projector will be brighter. However, more brightness isn't better in every case. Brightness depends on the location, so higher or lower brightness cannot always show desirable results.

Ambient Lighting

Viewing spaces, along with bunches of lighting, need higher brightness to convey a clear and sharp picture. Like while setting up a home theater, lower brightness (yet high contrast ratio) conveys incredible outcomes in darker rooms. If you have multi-purpose spaces, then mid-range brightness will require lumens ranging from 4,000 to 2,000.

Screen/Room Size

Screen sizes and large rooms require images with more brightness. Your mini projector will be brighter if you have higher light distribution on a location. To determine the comfortable image, you need to check how many people are in the room. A large screen size is ideal if there are more people.