Choosing the Right Projector for Your Space
Find Out How Selecting the Right Display Can Make All the Difference
If you’re a business owner in Raleigh, you know how important commercial audio video is to your day-to-day operations.
Whether you’re trying to entertain customers, share with your staff, or inform students, video simplifies the process and makes your presentations more memorable.
But you don’t want the wrong projector causing more trouble than it’s worth. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the ways you can choose the right projector for your commercial space.
Want to learn more? Just keep reading.
For Small Rooms
Many offices are changing the way they do things. In some cases, business owners are ditching the traditional conference room for smaller “huddle spaces,” where employees can get together and work out ideas in more intimate groups.
But if you’re upgrading your workspace, you want to make sure your team has access to the resources they need to succeed.
That means you’ll need to supply a projector for video presentations. But in small spaces like huddle rooms, you don’t need to take up too much space with it.
In many cases, a short-throw projector is the best option. Short-throw projectors sit close to the wall and project a sizable image. Your integrator can adjust the size of the display to fit the room.
For Conference Rooms
For most conference spaces, a standard projector will probably work quite well. You can enjoy 4K presentation and vast images without the space necessary for a 4K flat-panel television display.
Moreover, you can automate both projector and screen to raise and lower with a single touch. So, it can hide away when you’re not using it.
And in most office spaces, you can typically control lighting conditions, so there’s no reason to invest in a high-lumen projector.
In big spaces, like theaters and auditoriums, you’re going to need a big, bright projector to reach everyone.
For your home theater or small conference room, 2500-lumen projectors are typical. In a large auditorium or house of worship, you’ll likely need a 4000-lumen count or higher.
Why? Because larger spaces typically feature more ambient light than smaller ones. Plus, the distance between the projector and screen is usually greater. The solution to both issues is that the projector must be stronger.
Want to learn more about which projector is right for your space? Just click here to start the conversation with one of our experienced commercial audio video installers.