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  1. What makes an Short Throw Projector?

    Short throw projectors don't look like your normal multimedia projector. They feature a dedicated lens designed to produce big screen presentations from a very short throw distance (typically 10cm to 60cm) eliminating shadow effects caused by people and objects in front of the screen.

  2. Brightness

    Short throw projectors can range in brightness from 2000 lumens to around 4000 lumens to combat ambient light in the environment. If you have low levels of ambient light look for around 2500 lumens. If you can not control the ambient light, consider at least 3500 ansi lumens.

  3. Resolution

    Short Throw projectors come in a number of native resolutions the most popular being XGA, WXGA or Full HD 1080p. It's important to match the output resolution of your source to the native resolution of the projector you are looking to purchase. If you are unsure on how to do this, give us a call and we will be happy to help you with this.

  4. Connections

    Short Throw projectors feature both analogue and digital connections such as VGA or HDMI. A number of projectors feature dual VGA or HDMI inputs so if you have multiple sources or a mix of both analogue digital look out for this feature in the specs at it will save you having to unplug cables to change between sources. If you would like to present wirelessly, please contact us and we will be happy to advise on a projector that matches your needs.

  5. Further information?

    If you require further information or any help in choosing give us a call on 0800 073 0833

Office Projector Guide

Short Throw Projectors

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