Projector Rental: Works with MAC/PC
✓ Native resolution gives a better picture.
✓ HD image needs HD projector.
✓ HD projectors are expensive.
✓ HD projector needs HD connection.
✓ HDMI, HD-SDI are HD connections.
✓ 1080P is a FULL HD.
choosing a projector is dependent on the followings:
1) Number of people watching at the same time
a) More people means bigger/expensive projector ’cause some of the people will be standing further away from the screen. For them small screen might not be enough.
b) All people might not have the same quality vision. For example, I can see an image clearly when it is projected on a 42″ screen. Anything less, I will be straining my eyes.
2) Amount of light in the room.
a) At least the projection areas should have as much low light as possible.
b) If cant do it, you will have to go to our higher lumens projector.
3) Size of image you want.
a) To make the image bigger, you will have to move the projector away from the screen (is that correct?).
b) As you go away from the screen, light intensity will be reduced. To keep up with the brightness of image, you will have to rent a higher lumens projector. So smaller images can use a basic projector.
c) For larger images, you will have to spend more money.
4) Distance from the screen to the projector.
a) Some people dont have a choice, they can only put a projector 100 ft. away from the screen and have NO other option.
b) Its mean, you need special lenses, higher lumens projector (like HD8000). Or, you only have 7 ft of distance but need 144″ of screen. Again, its means you need special lenses.
5) Rear or front projector.
a) All of our projectros are rear and front.
b) Tripod screen will not work with rear projectors. You will need a fastfold screen and a rear screen fabric
- Lumens stands for brightness.
- More lumens means more brightness.
- Moving the projector away from screen make the image bigger.
- Bigger image needs higher lumens projectors.
- Higher lumens projectors are expensive.
Here is the bottom line:Projector choice depends on the following:
1. Size of the image you want to make.
2. Distance of the projector from the screen.
3. Lighting Situation in the room.
......More detail at the bottom of this page.
Basic Projector AGroup Size: 50
Dell MP 3400
Deluxe Projector AGroup Size: 1-100
Dell MP 2300
Elite Projector AGroup Size: 1000
NEC 5200 (lens NP09ZL)
Basic Projector BGroup Size: 1-150
Lumens: 2400 LCD
Sony VPL PX30
Deluxe Projector BGroup Size: 300
Lumens: 3500 LCD
Elite Projector BGroup Size: 1-1000
Orientation-How To Connect
- A projector with your laptop.
- Two projectors with a single computer.
- Installing a lens on the projector.
- Setting up a portable projection screen.
Basic Projector CGroup Size: 1-250
Model: Infocus 2106
Deluxe Projector CGroup Size: 1-300
Model Infocus 2116
Elite Projector CGroup Size: 1-1500
Projector Rental Choices
Either customer picks up or we deliver to the customer -local delivery only.
(Equipment+Setup+Tech.) We will deliver and setup. Technician will stay and run the equipment. Once done, he will strike and bring back the equipment.
Basic Projector DGroup Size: 1-100
Deluxe Projector DGroup Size:
Elite Projector DGroup Size: 1-2000
Christi Digital LX100
between 3:00 pm-6:00 pm on Friday
before11:00 AM on Monday.
✓ Projectors are set to defaults.
✓ VGA & power cables included.
✓ Cables are checked for connectivity.
✓ Projectors come in a case.
Connecting A Projector To A Laptop
- You need a VGA connection to connect your laptop to our projector.
- Macs need a mini display port or a thunderbolt to VGA adapter.
- If your laptop has only HDMI port and you need a basic laptop, then you will need an adapter to connect (HDMI to VGA)
General Connecting Procedure With The Cable Box.
- Connect one end of the Yellow, Red and White Cable (as shown in the picture) to the Yellow, Red and White of the box .
- Connect second end of the cable to the Yellow, Red and White of the projector
- Set the source input to RCA from the projector menu
Projector RentalIn 3 Simple Steps
Professional courteous assistant over the phone
Call or send us an email of the list of the things you need.
We send you a quote as a pdf. If you like, you can go online and pay for the estimate.
Once we receive the payment, we will send you a confirmation and you are all set at this point.
Factors to Consider When Renting a ProjectorBefore you rent your next digital projector, a little research and homework should be done beforehand. When it comes to borrrowing the right digital projector for you, answering a few questions first will make the process more efficient.
- How many viewers will be watching at once?
The answer to this question will help to determine the size of the image being projected so everyone can see the image clearly and easily. The more people watching (or a few people spread out in a wider area), the larger the image will need to be. As the image size increases, the light being projected will extend across a larger area, which lowers the projector’s apparent brightness.
Brightness is measured in Lumens when it comes to projectors. As the number of people watching increases, so does the number of Lumens. The majority of projectors rented in our store feature anywhere between 1500 to 3000 Lumens. More professional-grade projectors (3600 and up) are much brighter and produce a sharper image.
Knowing how many people will be viewing the image will help you establish how many Lumens are required, as well as the best screen size for the image being shown.
- How much light will there be in the room?
Regardless of the brightness of the projector, the image will always look best in a dark room. However, it’s still necessary to have a certain amount of lighting in a room for audience engagement and note-taking.
Consider the following rule of thumb when it comes to renting a projector based on your specific lighting scenarios:
- No ambient light - 1,000 to 1,400 Lumens
- Dimmed ambient light - 1,500 to 2,000 Lumens
- Normal ambient light - 2,100 to 3,500 Lumens
- What is it’s intended use?
What exactly you’ll be showing will establish the right native resolution for your projector:
- Large text or images with less detail - SVGA resolution projectors (800 x 600)
- Displaying detailed PowerPoint slides, and normal-sized font - XGA resolution projectors (1024 x 768)
- Displaying digital photography, HD applications or other highly technical images - SXGA (1280 x 1024) or SXGA+ (1400 x 1050)
- Watching DVDs in low light conditions - Optoma MovieTime Projector
At the end of the day, the ideal projector resolution is the computer’s resolution that you’ll be using with it.
Checking Your Computer’s Resolution
- Click START button in the lower left
- Click CONTROL PANEL
- Click DISPLAY
- Click SETTINGS tab in the "Display Properties" window
- The computer's resolution will be shown in a slide ruler area with the title "Screen Resolution"
- Click START icon in the lower left
- Click CONTROL PANEL
- Click ADJUST SCREEN RESOLUTION under "Appearance and Personalization"
- The computer's resolution will be shown in a slide ruler area with the title "Resolution"
- Select "Control Panels" from the Apple Menu
- Double click "Monitors" from Control Panels
- Click "Options" from the Monitors window
- A new window will show up highlighting the current resolution
This guide should give you some insight when it comes to renting the right projector for your needs.
Burke, Springfield, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Annandale, Alexandria, Mount Vernon, Lorton, Clifton, Fair Oaks, Vienna, Mcleans, Tyson's Corner, Herndon, Reston, Chantilly, Centreville, Falls Church, Leesburg, Merrifield, Woodbridge, Manassas, Sterling, Ashburn, Great Falls, Chevy Chase, Fredericksburg, Silver Spring, Kensington, College Park, Hyattsville, Washington DC, Rockville, Bethesda, Langley Park, Greenbelt, Germantown, Georgetown, Columbia, Laurel, Burtonsville, Temple Hills, White Oaks, Wheaton, Suitland, Marlow Heights, Clinton, Lanham, Gaithersburg, Langley Park