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Based in United Kingdom, box_uk has been an eBay member since 01 Jun, 2004

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    25 Apr, 2014
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    25 Apr, 2014
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Choosing a Projector for Home Cinema......
Hi my name is Tom from Box Limited we run two eBay Stores selling Computers and IT accessories etc. One of the stores is projectorplanet. I thought we would try to give some pointers and answers to common questions we get asked in a guide / review and found this feature in eBay so here we go. When looking at a standard home cinema projector so looking at projectors up the region of £699 Inc Vat there is a few key factors you will need to think about. The standard Home Cinema Series units ...
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Guide to Technical Terms used with Projectors A to I
1080i 1080i is ATSC high definition 1920 x 1080 interlaced video format where a frame of video is delivered in two fields. The first field contains the odd lines of the image, while the second field contains the even lines. Each field is updated every 1/60th of a second resulting in 30 frames of video per second. 1080p 1080p is ATSC high definition 1920 x 1080 progressive scan video format where a complete frame of video is delivered at either 60 or 24 frames per second. 16:9 Aspect rati...
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More Projector Keywords and the Meanings J to Z
Jaggy The stair-step or sawtooth effect seen on lines that are not horizontal or vertical or the edge of objects in digital displays. Also known as aliasing. Smoothing and ant aliasing techniques can reduce the effect of aliasing. Jitter Abrupt variations in signal amplitude or timing that cause reproduction instability in audio, video and data. Usually caused by bandwidth limitations or impedance termination issues that can sometimes be caused by the cable and/or connections you are using...
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