A lot of people, when they set up their home entertainment systems, don’t even bother to consider buying a DVD projector. This is a big mistake. While this item will not always be the right choice, it certainly has its good uses. For example, did you know that the video picture quality of a DVD projector is very high in quality? Some people even prefer them over plasma screen TV’s.
One basic thing you will have to consider is where do you want to mount it? Some projectors can attach to the ceiling, while others will have to be rested on top of a table or some other object. I am of the mind that it is better to hang it on the ceiling because then it’s out of the way. No one is going to step on it or knock it off its surface. (Nor will they be able to spill anything on it!)
You will have to set a budget, too. If you are very serious about setting up a first rate home entertainment system then I would suggest setting aside about $500 for a DVD projector. You may very well be able to do better than this, but you certainly don’t want to get caught in the trap of buying one that will not give you a great viewing experience.
I would say that those are the two single most important factors to consider when buying a DVD projector. Issues of brand and model quality can be easily sorted out by reading some reviews or going into the store and trying it out for yourself.