ACAV carries many makes,
models, and different lumen intensities of projectors.
From portable 1,000 Lumens perfect for classrooms, board rooms and
dinner meetings, up to 4,000 Lumen for large multimedia presentations
in ballrooms, theaters and special events. Projectors
are enormously popular. The versatility and portability
of these units for giving PowerPoint presentations to groups, as
well as projecting video onto a projection screen. Simply hook up
your laptop or DVD player and away you go. To get the best results,
though, you need to take in several environmental conditions to
make sure that image you want to project is right your audience.
as Defined by Lumens
The brightness of the is defined as a unit of Lumens - a measure
of light as it falls on a one square foot area. The higher the lumens;
the brighter the image will be. The higher the lumens, the bigger
the bulb, the heaver the projector, and the hotter it runs.
Light, Surface, and Size of Image
A very important consideration in renting will be the external factors.
Ambient light on the projection screen or surface will affect how
the image is viewed. If you are giving a PowerPoint presentation
to a group in darkened restaurant at night, a 2000 lumen projector
is more than adequate. However, if the presentation is in a hotel
ballroom with the overhead lights on for an audience of 200 or more,
a higher lumens unit will be needed. The larger the image, the more
brightness you need to cast. Your ACAV professional can help you
decide which is best for you.
Sure You Have the Right Cords
A 15-pin VGA cable or HDMI cable is required when connecting a laptop
computer, however when connecting to a Mac laptop a special Mac
adapter is needed, so be sure to let your representative know. For
using a video source such as a DVD or a cable television converter,
an RCA-video or S-video cable is needed. ACAV provides the necessary
cables as well as a protective case.
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