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Pros and cons of Projection TV

Submitted by on November 7, 2011 – 12:22 amNo Comment | 3,603 views

Pros and Cons of Projection TV
Projection TVs are still a popular way of getting a great picture and that movie theater feeling and homes, clubs, theaters, bars still purchase the devices to entertain. That being the case one might want to look at the pros and cons of Projection TV.

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Actually the cons aren’t that many except for the rear projection TVs.

Basically a projection TV is one that utilizes the CRT or Cathode Ray Tube technology of traditional televisions. They use three beams to project light onto the phosphorous coated glass thus presenting a picture in three colors. Projection TVs utilize this process but project the image on another screen like a window shade that is large and can present a such large an area of images. It’s like when you go to the movies and see the picture on a screen but the projector is in the back of the theater or in back of the screen which we call rear view projection. So you have two, front projection and rear projection. They use the same technology but from different angles.

The picture quality is just fine, maybe not as rich as LED-lit HDTV but good enough for people who love the big movie screen action. The only cons come with the rear projection versions. The rear projection sets are easy to set up, not as complicated as front projection and come in a single package. A big screen is fine but rear projection TV has the limitations of problem viewing angles, you’ll have to site right in front to get the best quality viewing picture. There are problems with glare on the glass front of the screen. Size is another matter. Modern rear projection sets aren’t as big as the two foot deep sets and can be thin as 15 inches. However that’s still pretty big and limits the size of the screen as opposed to front projection sets. Front projection you can get huge. Rear projection you can’t get too big or the thing is like parking a car in your living room.

Cost of the rear projection TVs might be a turn off as well. So it’s a matter of choice primarily. The pros are that both provide a great entertainment value for those looking for that big screen experience. They’re not that difficult to maintenance from standard CRT televisions although some would differ. It’s just that the CRT technology has been around for so long that there are far more experts in that technology that can better diagnose problems and understand the devices.

So it’s again a matter of choices of trade offs. Projection TVs have the advantage of tried and true technological application and big screen quality images, however, rear projection TV has some cons that will have to be considered by the customer.

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