INFOGRAPHIC | DLP vs. LCD Projector Preference
In the industry’s first-ever independent survey asking AV’ers which projection technology, LCD or DLP, they prefer, LCD has won in a big way. We will do this survey annually in the future, so we’ll see how it evolves over time.
Have you seen our article on Sony’s new Laser Projection Technology? No? Well, you should read it. Because sooner than you probably think, it will be the competitor to LCD and DLP technology.
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