Buying Home Theater Projectors Online Saves Money and Time
Home theater projectors are good alternatives to the bigger HDTV flat screen models. A home theater system can often deliver twice the screen size for much less money than their flat screen counterparts. Setting up a home theater is really not difficult as long as you get the right projector. One of the key factors for most people when shopping for home theater projectors is obviously cost.
The following guide is a simple explanation of what to expect or look for in your desired price range.
$200.00 – $1000.00
You can get some pretty good home theater projectors for less than $1000.00. Most of the models in this price range have a 720p resolution (1280×720) and will display Blu-Ray and DVD very well. You can also find a few 1080p resolution (1920×1080) projectors in this category, but they will probably have fewer features and be more difficult to use as far as placement is concerned.
$1000.00 – $3000.00
Most quality 1080p projectors fall into this category. The options available in this price range are plentiful, and the quality and features will be top-notch. You can find great DLP single chip and LCD projectors with great contrast and superb displays at these prices. So, if quality is what you seek and you can afford it, this is where you want to shop.
$3000.00 and up
This price category is usually dedicated to the serious enthusiast that pays close attention to finer details, and is happy to pay more for them. There are definitely some very high quality home theater projectors that sell for more than $3000.00, but if you are looking for good quality at a fair price, stay within the $1000.00 to $3000.00 range.
Once you have decided upon which home theater projector or system that you will buy, you should also consider how you will buy it. You can, of course, go to the “big box” stores like Best Buy or even Wal-Mart. However, it is unlikely that the person who waits on you will be knowledgeable enough to answer any serious questions that you may have. They are usually more intent on selling you the special of the month and as many unnecessary add-ons as possible.
Shopping online is becoming the more preferred option of many savvy consumers. There is nothing quite so simple as buying something while sitting at your desk and having someone drop it off at your door two or three days later.
The ability to view so many different products in one place without distraction is in itself a plus. Access to all of the major manufacturers, product descriptions, specifications and how to guides are available with just the click of your mouse. You are also more likely to get a better price online because you can see the prices of competing manufacturers and vendors side by side for the same item.