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As integrators continue to meet clients’ desires for bigger video displays, it only makes sense that front projection will continue to pick up steam in the market.
The category has already been given boosts by the advent of easy-to-configure, single-gun digital projectors and the trend toward smaller, lighter-weight projectors that eliminate the need for separate projection rooms.
Moreover, multipurpose great rooms are well suited for wall- and ceiling mounted projectors. No homeowner wants to put a table in the middle of their great room to accommodate a projector, making the room look more like a corporate boardroom than a family room.
So, as all those trends converge, integrators are mounting more projectors than ever before. As with flat panel mounts, projector mounts can be a high-margin category for integrators. That’s why proper selection is vital.
To reduce the time you spend leafing through online spec sheets, CE Pro has put together this quick reference guide from a handful of manufacturers. Use this all-in-one place resource as a reference throughout the year.
The guide is not comprehensive, but represents some of the major brands on the market today.
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