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Do you need to make a presentation in a large venue, or maybe even display a music video for a concert? If so, you have come to the right place, because we are about to help you find the best large venue projector of 2019 right now.
Comparison Table – Best Large Venue Projectors
|1. Epson V11H749120 POWERLITE G7905U Projector||Check Price|
|2. PANASONIC PT-RZ970BU Projector ||Check Price|
|3. Optoma EH500 High Brightness Projector||Check Price|
|4. Optoma X600 Projector||Check Price|
|5. ViewSonic PRO9510L Projector||Check Price|
1. Epson V11H749120 POWERLITE G7905U Projector
The Epson V11H749120 POWERLITE G7905U Projector is a great choice because for one, it’s really bright. This thing puts out over 7000 lumens, which is extremely bright, so people can see what is going on even when it’s not totally dark. This projector could be used during the daytime and still work just fine thanks to its high level of brightness.
It comes with 4K technology to ensure the best image and video quality, plus it features nine optional powered lenses and lens shift capabilities too. It can throw an image or video very far, the color and image quality is outstanding.
2. PANASONIC PT-RZ970BU Projector
The PANASONIC PT-RZ970BU Projector can handle some pretty far distances, up to 15 meters, and it can accurately project onto a screen of up to 600 inches in size, which is nothing short of impressive. Moreover, what you might also like about it is that it features up to 10,000 lumens of brightness, so people should be able to see the image even on fairly bright days.
The resolution is 1920 × 1200 pixels, which is not the best in the world. The PANASONIC PT-RZ970BU Projector is also very easy to install, and can be mounted in more or less every way imaginable. Perhaps one of the best aspects is that it is maintenance-free for up to 20,000 hours, which is insanely good.
3. Optoma EH500 High Brightness Projector
The Optoma EH500 High Brightness Projector is intended for large venues, although not concerts and the like. It’s more of a business projector for large meeting and conference rooms, and works fine in large auditoriums too. It features 4,700 lumens of brightness, so it should work fine in most conditions, although not in bright sunlight.
With a contrast ratio of 10,000:1 and full 1080P HD, the picture which this projector produces is quite phenomenal. What’s really cool here is that it can display 3D images and videos, something which many other projectors cannot handle. The fact that the Optoma EH500 High Brightness Projector barely uses any electricity is nice too, because it helps save money and the environment. Moreover, you can hook up 250 of these projectors to the same network, and control them all from the same place.
4. Optoma X600 Projector
The Optoma X600 Projector features up to 6,000 lumens of brightness, so it works rather well for many different venues; it probably works best for indoor venues, such as classrooms, conference rooms, auditoriums, and the like. What’s pretty cool is that not only does it feature some really top-notch picture and video quality, with a 10,000:1 image ratio, but it also comes with an integrated speaker to enhance presentations.
The Optoma X600 Projector features a large array of connectivity options, not to mention that it can be installed in a matter of minutes, and in multiple ways. Just like the other Optoma projector we looked at, you can hook up 250 of them at once, all to the same network, and then control them from one place. If you need a moderately priced projector for moderately large venues, this is a great option.
5. ViewSonic PRO9510L Projector
The ViewSonic PRO9510L Projector can project up to a whopping 300 inches, which is quite impressive, and it can do this while maintaining 6,200 lumens of brightness. So, while it’s not the best for large-scale outdoor use, especially during the day, it works great for indoor use. On a side note, it comes with a killer 3-year warranty.
What’s cool is that this projector comes with a stackable design for large auditoriums and other such settings, plus it only takes a few minutes to mount and install. It can support pretty much any operating system and features a fairly impressive array of connectivity options as well. It has a 6 segment color wheel with dynamic lamp control capabilities for awesomely crisp and clear image quality and color quality too.
When it comes down to it, if you are going for a large venue projector for indoor use, any of the last 3 options we reviewed are great, and if you need one for outdoor use, either of the first 2 options we reviewed are best to go with.
Raymond is a Product Support Specialist at Canon USA. He mainly deals with the projectors. He completed graduation in Computer Science from Broome Community College. He is a former Performance Improvement Specialist of Jewish Home Lifecare. He conducted a lot of webinar as a guest speaker.