Projectors are made for a variety of purposes. If you're in search of a new projector, you're probably asking yourself a lot of questions. Of course, the most crucial question is what type of projector to purchase.\nSelecting the right projector from a crowded field of models with a wide range of pricing, features, and capabilities can be a difficult endeavor.\nHere are some essential things to consider when buying a projector.\n\n\nThe Type of Room You Will Use the Projector In\n\nIf you want to have a cinematic experience or normally watch movies in a dedicated home theater room, you can consider investing in a higher-end movie theater projector with a high contrast ratio and an amazing lens system.\nIf you want a projector for your living room that will show movies and sports during the day, the performance becomes even more important. It is essential you go for a projector that will display high-quality pictures in a bright room as well as in the evening.\n\n\nAspect ratio: \n\nThis is the rectangular shape of the image on the screen. The most popular ratios are 16:9 and 4:3. Choose a projector with an aspect ratio that is appropriate for the type of content you will be watching.\nIt's recommended that you go for a projector like the Emotn H1, which has a 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratio and is designed to meet the majority of your needs.\n\n\n\nBrightness:\n\nWhen choosing a projector, make sure to choose one that not only provides the best amount of illumination for your room but also doesn't strain your eyes or induce eye fatigue.\nOne of the most important things to consider when selecting a projector is that brightness significantly impacts picture quality. The term "brightness" refers to the brightness of white light and the brightness of color light. It also depends on the image and screen size.\n\n\n\nResolution\n\nProjectors come in several resolutions, ranging from XGA to WXGA, as well as 720p, 1080p, and 4K. While the acronyms can be complicated, the easiest place to start is considering how you'll use the projector.\nThe best projector resolution to aim for is 1080p or 4k projectors, such as the Emotn C1 or Emotn H1 projectors. A WXGA projector will suffice for simple presentations on smaller displays. 1080p projectors are better suited to larger screens and video material.\n\n\nConnectivity\n\nThe projector's compatibility with various types of connections is also a consideration. If you want your mobile phone devices and several laptops to connect wirelessly, you'll need to buy a projector that supports this feature. The Emotn C1 has a feature that allows it to connect to a mobile phone. Selecting a projector is much easier if you only intend to use one device.\n\n\n\nPortability\n\nConsider is how portable the projector needs to be. Will you be moving it between rooms or will it be fixed? Projectors come in various sizes, from small and light to big ten-pound projectors. So, before you buy, think about if you need the projector to be portable.\n\n\nThe Right Technology\n\nMost projectors on the market will be DLP or LCD. Because DLP projectors use a rotating color wheel, they have more moving parts and are more susceptible to the rainbow effect. LCD projectors are more dependable, but they are heavier. So think about this before buying.\n\n\nInputs\n\nCheck to see if the projector has the necessary inputs. HDMI ports are now standard on all projectors, and most projectors also feature DVI or VGA ]inputs.\n \nWhile selecting the right projector might be difficult, the tips above will assist you in determining what is best for your needs and location. Please contact us at Emotn for further information and assistance selecting the perfect model for you.