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LCD and DLP Projector Rentals
Regardless of your profession, there is sure to be a time when you will need to use a projector to better communicate your message. Unfortunately, a good projector does not come cheap. To get the best piece of equipment for your particular application, have the AV company pick it out and set it up for you. If you would rather do things on your own, though, you should learn a lot about these complicated machines. What type of projector would best suit your needs? How bright is too bright when choosing a projector rental? To help you make your decision, you might want to learn how one of these machines works.

There are actually two different types of projectors. We will start with LCD. If you spend a lot of time in the electronics store, you have no doubt heard of 'LCD' in the past. LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. Anything branded as LCD, whether it is a television set or a high-tech projector, uses an array of liquid crystals to manipulate light, resulting in a crystal-clear image. Using an LCD projector, you could show an entire room of potential customers a presentation video you have saved on the computer or a well-crafted PowerPoint.

DLP is Digital Light Processing technology and was developed by Texas Instruments. With this type of projector, thousands of tiny mirrors tilt on a microchip. Each tiny mirror correlates to a pixel. DLP projectors are commonly used in movie theatres due to their superior contrast. This type of projector also allows you to connect to a computer or laptop. A couple of advantages of using LCD would be superior color saturation, better light efficiency, and a sharper image. DLP is a little more portable, has better contrast, and is more sturdy than LCD. Ultimately, both types are great for conventions, tradeshows, meetings, and presentations. If you need to know more, go to a good projector rental website and look at the product specs.

When you go to buy or rent a projector, you will likely come across the word lumens. A lumen is a measurement of the amount of light a source produces. Put simply, each lumen is equivalent to the amount of light that one candle flame emits. As an example, a 3,100 lumen projector puts out 3,100 candle flames of light. This is probably the most important factor you should consider when preparing to purchase a projector rental. You need a projector that is bright enough to display your presentation to a roomful of investors but not so bright that it makes your audience uncomfortable. For most applications, 2,100 to 5,000 lumens is perfect.
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Writers Resource: Visual I Solutions, Inc. is a nationwide audio and visual rental company specializing in big and small events. Our knowledgeable audio visual specialists are committed to providing cutting-edge equipment, technology, and technical staff for your events. With a large selection of audio visual products for rent, like projector rental, speakers, sound boards, cameras, computers and plasmas, we can provide your event with all the AV rental equipment. In addition, our event services include staging and production, pre-production planning, production management and onsite show management. From corporate meetings, conferences, conventions, tradeshows, product launches to special events, entertainment and concerts, Visual I Solutions, Inc. strives to understand your audio visual needs and provide recommendations for products and services to fit your budget.
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