A projector is really a two-piece system: the projector and the screen. You can place a projector on a coffee table or out of view on a bookcase or shelf in the back of your room. Or you can ceiling mount it.
Projector screens can be free-standing, wall-mounted, or retractable. You can skip the screen and project movies directly onto a wall. That generally looks OK, but a screen delivers a smoother, more consistent image.
Picture resolution can be 1080p HD or 4K Ultra HD, and projectors with 3D capability are still popular.
Projectors don’t include a built-in TV tuner, but they have inputs for connecting a Blu-ray player, satellite receiver or cable box, video game console, or media streamer, like Apple TV®. Most projectors also have no way of producing sound. To watch a Blu-ray movie, connect your player’s video output to the projector, and run the audio to an A/V receiver.
If you want to avoid running cables from your video source(s) to a projector, consider a projector with wireless HDMI.
To give yourself more placement options, look for a projector with lens shift. Lens shift allows you to move the projected image up or down, left or right, while keeping the projector body stationary.
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