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Excelvan Home Video Projector

Having started as a company based in a garage in Hawthorne, California, Excelvan exemplifies underdog success. Today, it reaches the global market with electronics and audio-video solutions like video projectors to provide immersive film-viewing experiences right in your home. Excelvan LCD projectors are capable of offering crisp video quality and intense brightness to make outdoor viewing an ultimate movie experience.

LED Projectors

There are multiple advantages in choosing an Excelvan LED projector, one of which is longevity. An LED projector bulb can last 10 times longer than traditional lamps, making them ideal for multimedia and office setups, which require long run times. Projectors draw intense light from sources like light bulbs, and with the development of LED lighting solutions came the LED bulb made specifically for projectors. These are intense, low power devices capable of achieving enough lumens to make for great nighttime viewing. LED lamps are also digital, meaning they are either on or off. This translates to reduction in delays and ramp up times, which are common in traditionally lit projectors.


When choosing an Excelvan projector, take note of the unit’s resolution spec. When playing movies with native resolutions of 1080p or 1920 by 1080 pixels, it’s best to stick with a projector with that exact resolution. This ensures the movie is crisp, lines are clean, colours are vibrant, and the action is extra vivid. If you’re on a budget, then a projector that says it 'supports 1080p' but has a lower native resolution is ideal. These devices upscale the video to achieve an estimation of the target resolution to give you an approximation of how the details would look on larger screens.

Digital Set Top Boxes

Combine your Excelvan projector with a digital set top box to get crystal clear channels. Many of these units have digital video recorders that allow you to take recordings of your favourite shows so you can watch them later. This is great for movie nights or binge-watching weekend sessions with the family.

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