Projector Throw Ratio
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Projector Throw Ratio: All Things You Should Know

Throw ratio is a key parameter when you choose a projector. In this guide, you can know all things about the projector throw ratio, including

Refresh Rate vs Frame Rate
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Refresh Rate vs Frame Rate: What Are the Differences?

Refresh rate and frame rate are common parameters when you buy a device for playing games. If you want to choose a good gaming projector,

Lumen vs Lux: What are the Differences?
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Lumen vs Lux: What are the Differences?

Lumen is widely seen in projector specifications. But some projector suppliers also use Lux to label brightness. What are the differences between Lumen and Lux?

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What is a 4LED projector?

As we all know, many home projectors adopt LED as the light source. These projectors are often called LED projectors. But do you know what

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What Is Rainbow Effect (RBE) on Projectors?

Have you caught the rainbow effect while using a projector? The Rainbow effect, also known as RBE, is a visual phenomenon that occurs on projectors,

alpd laser
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What is ALPD laser and Its Difference Between Laser?

ALPD is short for Advanced Laser Phosphor Display. ALPD is a kind of advanced laser technology, which is adopted for image display based on laser

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Laser Phosphor and RGB Laser: What’s the Difference?

Laser projectors have been popular nowadays and been widely adopted by more and more projector manufacturers. But you may notice that there are many laser

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3LCD vs LCOS vs DLP Projector: Pros and Cons Introduction

There are 3 mainstream display technologies in the projector market, including 3LCD, LCOS, and DLP. 3LCD is widely adopted by Epson, Sony, and many other

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What is HDCP 2.2?

HDCP 2.2 is frequently seen in the projector and display industry. What is HDCP 2.2? HDCP refers to High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection technology developed by

XPR Technology & Pixel-shifting Technology
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What is XPR Technology or Pixel-shifting Technology?

XPR Technology refers to Xpanded Pixel Resolution, a kind of pixel-shifting technology developed by TI (Texas Instruments), which can help to achieve a higher resolution.

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What is VGA?

VGA refers to Video Graphics Array. It is a computer display standard using analog signals proposed by IBM in 1987.  VGA port is a dedicated

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What is D-ILA?

D-ILA refers to Direct-Drive Image Light Amplifier. It is a technology developed by JVC, which delivers good performance, natural color reproduction, clear image, and high

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What is the RS-232C?

RS-232C is short for Recommended Standard 232 C. The letter C refers to correction, meaning that the standard is a corrected version. “232” is the

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CPU vs GPU: What are the Differences?

Nowadays, there are many projectors equipped with CPU and GPU. It’s hard to classify and tell the difference of them for beginners. What’s CPU? CUP

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What is CRT?

CRT stands for Cathode Ray Tube, one of mainstream techniques used in projector area. Nowadays, there are three technologies in terms of projection technology, including

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Lumens vs ANSI Lumens|What are Lumens or ANSI Lumens?

Lumens are the common brightness parameter of the projectors. However, different lumen units are adopted by different projector manufacturers in the market, making consumers confused.

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10 Common Acronyms Making You Know Better of Projector

1 HDMI HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface. It is a common term we can frequently see in computer, TV, projector and other multimedia areas.