100” TV vs. Projector System: Which Is Best for Home Theaters?

A home theater with a Sony projector and a large curved screen.

We’ll Help You Decide for Your Home Theater Design 

Projector systems have long reigned supreme in home theaters. After all, TVs aren’t large enough to create the cinematic, immersive experience you expect to see in a movie theater. 

That is until recently. Brands like Sony have been manufacturing LED and OLED displays in larger dimensions than ever, now reaching 100 inches wide with the Sony BRAVIA XR X92. At more than eight feet in length, Sony’s 100-inch television can rival the image size of a home theater projector. 

But which should you use in your home theater design—a projector or 100-inch TV? We compare both below to help you find the best choice. 

And if you’re looking for a home theater design and installation in the Fort Worth, TX area, contact Texadia Systems to learn more. 

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The Home-Theater Sized TV: Sony’s 100-Inch Display

A living room with an in-wall fireplace and 100-inch Sony flat screen mounted above.

Want the Biggest Visuals Possible? Learn More about Sony BRAVIA

If you’re thinking about installing a home theater soon, you typically have two options: to use a projector system or TV. 

In the past, most homeowners opted for a projector and retractable screen to achieve cinema-sized visuals, since most TVs weren’t large enough. But today, you can enjoy stunning 4K video on 100 inches—that’s over eight feet—with the Sony BRAVIA XR X92. 

The Sony BRAVIA will surely give you enough space and dimension to feel like you’re in your own movie theater. But if you’re still unsure how it compares to a projector, we share everything you need to know below. 

Are you interested in a home theater installation in the Highland Park, TX area? Contact Texadia Systems to get started! 

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Sony’s Interactive Displays vs. Consumer TVs: What’s the Difference?


Discover Sony’s New BRAVIA Commercial Displays 

From hotels to universities to corporations, every kind of business can benefit from commercial displays. Business owners can select the information or video feed they want to show visitors, whether that’s goings-on around campus or an office directory. High-resolution screens are an attractive way to interact with those who visit your business and share useful information. 

But many people ask us: what’s the difference between a commercial display and a regular TV? If you look at Sony’s new BRAVIA 4K professional interactive displays, you’ll see many unique features that standard TVs don’t have. 

Read on to discover how Sony’s interactive displays could assist your Plano, TX business. And to find the right solution for your company, contact Texadia Systems for all your commercial AV needs. 

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