Upgrade your gaming with home cinema projectors designed for occasional use or e-sports. Enjoy larger screens starting at 70 inches with 4K UHD resolution output on games consoles and PC graphics cards. Our projectors have quick panel response times, dedicated video processors, high resolution, and multiple connectivity inputs for the best gaming experience.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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What is a Gaming Projector?
A gaming projector is a type of projector that is specifically designed for gaming. It typically has features that are important for gamers, such as low input lag, high refresh rate, and support for high dynamic range (HDR).
What are the key features to look for in a gaming projector?
The key features to look for in a gaming projector are:
- Low input lag: Input lag is the time it takes for the projector to display an image after it has received the signal from the gaming console or PC. Low input lag is important for gamers because it allows them to react quickly to what is happening on the screen.
- High refresh rate: The refresh rate is the number of times per second that the projector can update the image on the screen. A high refresh rate is important for gaming because it provides a smoother and more responsive gaming experience.
- Support for HDR: HDR stands for high dynamic range. It is a technology that allows for a wider range of colors and brightness levels to be displayed on the screen. HDR can provide a more immersive and realistic gaming experience.
What is the difference between a gaming projector and a home cinema projector?
The main difference between a gaming projector and a home cinema projector is that gaming projectors are designed with faster low input lag and high refresh rates in mind. This makes them ideal for fast-paced games where every millisecond counts. Home cinema projectors, on the other hand, are more focused on providing a high-quality image for watching movies.
Do I need a special screen to use a gaming projector?
You do not need a special screen to use a gaming projector, a flat wall free of imperfections would do. However a dedicated projector screen can improve the image quality. Projector screens are designed to reflect light evenly, which can help to reduce glare and improve the contrast ratio of the image. When matching you screen to projector ensure to look at screens with a 16:9 aspect ratio only.
How do I set up a gaming projector?
Setting up a gaming projector is relatively straightforward. Depending on your set up, You will need to place it on a flat level surface or mount the projector to the ceiling or a wall. Then connect it to your gaming console or PC. If you are using a 4K source with 4K content and have opted for a 4K gaming projector, ensure your HDMI cables are 4K compliant as well as any other equipment in the set up. Once the projector is connected and powered on , you will need to adjust the image to ensure that it is properly aligned and focused.
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