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charlesmilo

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Hi
I love to play games and spend most of my free time in gaming studios. Now I have plan to convert my room into gaming studio / Home Theater to enjoy amazing entertainment experience at home. The only problem I am facing is I did not know which gaming/Movie projector I should choose. Please do suggest me some with high performance and HD display that did not disappoint me.
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Mark_

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Best advice I can give is check the lumen value.

Check the link below for some guidance. How bright depends mostly on how bright your gaming room will be / how large your display area is;

https://www.projectorpeople.com/resources/lumen-guide.asp

Also invest in a very good display surface. If you can, get the same material they use for projection screens.
 

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And for gaming, look for one with a gaming mode of some kind and compare lag by reading through forums. Lag is critical with video processing if you intend to do much gaming.
 

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For gaming, the new sony 285 line (or better, 385, 675) is perfect. It has a low latency game mode and true 4K. I use my theater primarily for gaming. I'm 50% gaming, 24% music, 24% tv, 2% movies. After playing games on a 135" screen, you will never go back to a small TV or PC monitor for gaming. And 4K games looks tons better on a 4K projector than 4K movies.
 

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