These Discounted Projectors Can Power the Home Theater of Your Dreams

People watching a film with the Samsung Premiere projector.
Samsung

You can’t stop thinking about it, can you? Well, you’re right—a projector would make a killer replacement for your TV. And during today’s Amazon sale, you can save big on some of the best home projectors available today, including 4K models from Samsung and Sony.

My favorite product in today’s Amazon sale is the Samsung Premiere ultra short throw projector. It supports 4K HDR video, has Tizen smart TV software built-in, and shines at 2,200 lumens (or 2,800 if you buy the larger model). That’s bright enough for daytime viewing, and because this projector sits against your wall and has a built-in sound system, you don’t need to buy any weird mounts or speakers.

Here are the best projector deals offered at Amazon:

If you want a projector that doesn’t need to sit against the wall, I suggest going for the Sony VW325ES. It supports 4K HDR video, but it has a more traditional design that attaches to a mount (a standing mount, a ceiling mount, etc).

SAMSUNG 120โ€ The Premiere 4K Smart Laser Projector โ€“ 2.2Ch Sound System with Alexa Built-in (SP-LSP7TFAXZA, 2020 Model)

Samsung's excellent ultra short throw projector sits against your wall, removing the need for a ceiling mount. It sports a 4K resolution, has smart TV software built-in, and even works with Alexa. Plus, the 120-inch model has a 2.2-channel sound system built-in, and the 130-inch model has a crazy 4.2-channel sound system!

Sony VW325ES 4K HDR Home Theater Projector VPL-VW325ES, Black

Sony's 4K projector supports HDR, hits a peak brightness of 1,400 nits, and works up to 40-feet from a screen for images well over 100 inches. Also, it's more traditional design works with a ceiling mount and doesn't need to sit against a wall. Grab one now during today's Amazon sale.

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