DLP Projector Picture Quality
Higher Contrast Ratios for Superb Readability
When it comes to presentations, or lessons with lots of text, you need to use a projector that provides a clear, sharp picture that is easy to read. The contrast between black and white is a critical component of readability. If the black letters in text are grey versus black, then that text will be harder to read. With DLP projectors your audience will be able to easily read the text you are projecting, even from the back of the room.
Deeper Blacks and Brilliant Whites
DLP projectors are famous for producing incredibly high native contrast ratios. This means that the black on the screen is extremely black and the white is bright, brilliant white.
- High contrast ratios – most DLP projectors have contrast ratios of 2000:1 or higher (much higher than other technologies)
- Incredible image quality – easy to read text, graphics, presentations and video
- Good for projecting in rooms with ambient light from windows or lights
Most DLP projectors feature contrast ratios of 2,000:1 or higher whereas projectors using other technologies are typically half that level or even worse. Projectors with higher contrast ratios also project better in rooms that have ambient light from windows or lighting. The deep blacks and crisp whites produced by DLP projectors ensure that your presentations or lessons will be easily read, even if you are projecting in a room that has some ambient light.