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Sony Projector Buying Guide With Repair & Services.

Sony Projector

Whenever you think of building a new home theatre or updating an existing one, one of your priorities will always be to achieve the best image quality.

With access to 4K Ultra HD content, from movies to video games, you need a home theatre projector that can bring that high-quality image quality that brings an action to life. And in the list of best projectors, Sony maintains its position in the market.

“Wow” is the only word that describes the Sony projectors. They offer ultra-bright and striking high resolution with an extremely impressive image. The actual image produced by Sony Projectors is exceptionally splendid, with almost no loss of resolution in the corners with a powerful range of colours.

Today in this blog we will go through the Sony projectors buying guide, specifications, common issues, and its repairing services.

Let’s start with the Sony projector buying guide.

 

Sony Projector Buying Guide

There are so many options currently available in the market which are enough to confuse your buying decision. But don’t worry we are here to give you proper guidance before investing. You must be armed with the proper information before buying the projectors. The width, the brightness, the viewing angles, and distance, and a lot more. So let’s cover them up-

Resolution

More pixels mean more details, and more details lead to more clarity. So whenever you are out to buy the projector, focus on its pixel density. Here are some more details (Recommended)

  • Full HD–Comes with 1920x1080p with an aspect ratio of 16:9 is good for showing images and videos with a wider range.
  • WXGA–Comes with 1280x800p with an aspect ratio of 16:10. It is also good for showing pictures and videos but its quality is 80% Full HD.
  • 4K or UHD–Comes with a pixel density of 4096x2160p. If you have a high budget to spend on the projector and you are a big fan of sports, then go with this one. We will recommend you SONY VPL VW270.

Brightness Aka Lumens

Brightness has always been a big issue with projectors. So we recommend, whenever you go to buy the projector focus on ANSI lumens, it must be around 1000-3000 lumens depending upon the place of usage.

For home lumens density must be around 1500-3000. We recommend SONY VPL-HW65ES for home cinema.

For Schools or colleges lumen density must be ranging between 2500-5000.

For Business meetings and presentations, lumen density must be between 2500-4000.

 

Lamp Life

Nowadays it is not necessary to buy a projector based on lamp life. Projectors with 20000 hours of lamp life are good and brands now produce many efficient projectors for a longer life span.

Contrast

Contrast refers to the difference between the blackest black and the whitest white. Now projectors come with 4K HDR support, they themselves are well versed with playing Ultra HD Blu Rays videos with impressive contrast.

Common Projector Problems and Our Repairing Services

Projectors nowadays are getting involved in our day-to-day lives. Whether we are at the home, office, or in our business, projectors are widely used for making home theatres or business conferences for effective presentation. You may sometimes encounter few problems regarding image or display quality, but don’t worry eleser provides every kind of solution to your projector related problems.

Here are some common problems you may face-

  • No signal from the projector.
  • Dark spots in image or video.
  • Power on-off related issue.
  • Dim Image.
  • Cracked projector lens.
  • The remote control is not working.
  • Blinking LED on a projector.

 

If you find any of these problems in your projector, you can contact us at eleser. We have a team of trained professionals who can easily rectify your projector related problems in no time. We at eleser not only provide repairing services but we also give assistance to use them properly so they won’t create problem in future and you can use them for a long time.

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