What isprojection TV

Projection TV made its debut in the 1970s and rapidly gained popularity in the 1980s and 1990s. With their larger screen size, projection TVs were created for an elevated home viewing experience. This technology utilizes a projector to display an image on the screen using DLP, LCD, or LCoS technology instead of a traditional CRT tube.

Although rear-projection TVs (RPTVs) are no longer manufactured, Mitsubishi was the only remaining manufacturer that created DLP-based 82″ and 92″ sets, which were discontinued at the end of 2012. Nowadays, however, consumers can opt for front-projection TVs that use a smaller, more affordable projector, which allows for an even larger screen size.

Upgrade your home viewing experience and immerse yourself in your favorite movies, TV shows, and games with a projection TV.

FAQs

What is projection TV?

Projection TV uses a projector to display an image on the screen using DLP, LCD, or LCoS technology instead of a traditional CRT tube.

Are RPTVs still being manufactured?

No, Mitsubishi was the only remaining manufacturer of RPTVs, which were discontinued at the end of 2012. However, consumers can still opt for front-projection TVs that use a smaller, more affordable projector.

What are the benefits of a projection TV?

Projection TVs offer a larger screen size, making for an immersive and elevated home viewing experience. They also do not have the same limitation of a traditional CRT TV size, allowing for even larger screen sizes with front-projection TVs.

Upgrade your home viewing experience with a projection TV today!

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