When the global pandemic hit, production studios and movie theaters temporarily closed as viewers were forced to stay at home. Billions of people stayed at home, and some tried to recreate the cinema experience.
The global entertainment industry was negatively impacted by the pandemic, but the hardest hit was the theatrical industry—revenue went from $42.3 billion to $12 billion. Instead of going to movie theaters, people opted to stay at home and watch their favorite movies. Home theaters became important, and people who had projectors recreated a movie theater experience.
As more people created home movie theaters, they started using laser projectors. In 2021, the global laser projection market was valued at $5.37million. Projectors are the only devices that can display images larger than 85 inches on a screen, and it’s no wonder they’ve become so popular.
Laser projectors are not a new phenomenon, but unlike standard projectors, they have less wasted light and are more energy-efficient. They also last longer (some can last up to ten times longer than standard projectors).
5 Reasons Why You Need a Laser Projector
1. Laser Lasts Longer
A standard projector lasts a few thousand hours at most. Laser projectors have a long-lasting light source and can last approximately 20,000 hours (depending on the working conditions). This means you won’t have to replace the projector’s light source for almost ten years if you use it normally.
2. Better Performance
Most laser projectors come with intelligent features that can optimize brightness or color to enhance the viewing experience. They easily adapt to different environments. Some laser projectors are equipped with Advanced Intelligent Settings, which when configured correctly, turn a home into a cinema.
3. Long-Lasting Brightness
Standard projectors have a lamp light source that fades over time. As the lamp ages, presentations may become noticeably duller and dimmer. Laser projectors use lasers as their light source which ensures consistent brightness levels and color accuracy. All your presentations will be clear and bright.
4. Easy Installation and Movement
Laser projectors for home use have a sleek and compact design. You can easily move your projector from one room to the next and take along your movie theater experience. Most don’t have complicated installation instructions and can be set up in no time. You can also set up some laser projectors directly in front of screens.
5. More Connectivity Options
Laser projectors easily connect with other devices like laptops and smartphones. They use connections such as HDMI, USB, Component, VGA, and Display Port. Many connection types are backward-compatible or cross-compatible using an adapter. You can even project movies or sports events from your laptop or tablet wirelessly and enhance your viewing experience.
Introducing the Paris Rhône 4k Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector: 4 Reasons to Get It
Laser-based projection offers improved color and contrast, longer-lasting brightness, and lower maintenance compared to lamp-based models. If you want to enjoy movies or sports events in the privacy and comfort of your home, get the Paris Rhône 4k Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector. It scores highly in brightness, resolution, and contrast and has some incredible features such as smart eye protection. Let’s take a look at its key features.
Laser projectors are usually brighter than their lamp-based counterparts. However, brightness varies from one model to the next. A good laser projector has a brightness range of 1,500-2,500 lumens—because brighter doesn’t always mean better projection. The Paris Rhone Laser Projector boasts 2000 ANSI Lumens and produces the right level of brightness.
When a projector’s light is too bright, you will struggle to watch movies and will experience eye strain. To prevent this from happening, this laser projector comes with a very useful feature, Smart Eye Protection. 2 built-in PIR motion sensors automatically reduce the device’s brightness when they sense someone approaching to protect their eyes.
Short Throw Distance
Throw distance is simply the distance between a projector's lens and the screen on which it shines. The distance between your projector and screen is crucial when setting up your presentation.
The bigger the distance between the projector and the projection screen, the bigger the projected image will be. A short throw distance is particularly important in smaller rooms. The Paris Rhône Laser projector has ultra-short throw technology and a throw rate of 0.233. It can display stunning images when placed 80 to 150 inches from the wall!
The Paris Rhône Laser Projector’s MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) promises a higher frame rate, which makes the experience of watching sports events amazing. Thanks to its Motion Smoothing Technology, you can wave goodbye to laggy, blurry images.
The projector boasts 4K UHD, 3840x2160 resolution, and 8.3 million distinct pixels. It’s really hard to beat when it comes to image resolution. It delivers vivid and crisp images with rich and splendid details for visual enjoyment.
When laser projectors were first introduced, they were meant to be used in offices for presentations, not in homes. That’s no longer the case. Modern laser projectors are now used in different environments and come with speakers. They deliver high-quality sound along with the video.
The Paris Rhône projector boasts Immersive Stereo Sound. It’s equipped with two 25W drivers that support DTS decoding and Dolby audio. The ultra-short throw laser projector ensures you enjoy your cine time with cinematic surround sound. What’s more, the sound perfectly blends with the exceptional visuals.
Get the Paris Rhône 4k Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector and Enhance Your Viewing Experience
You’ve decided to get a projector, and you want to buy one that will last. Choosing a projector is not an easy task because there are so many features to look at. If you want a modern projector, we recommend the Paris Rhône 4k Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector. It has great audio and video and is built to last. Treat yourself and get the best laser projector on the market.