Williams, Anthony
December 2012
Cinema Technology;Dec2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p22
Trade Publication
The article emphasizes on the advantages of the traditional projection rooms over digital projectors that can be mounted in an auditorium. It informs that the projection room can adapt to the accommodation of numerous technical changes without much modifications, easier access to maintenance, and no generation of heat and extra sound such as from digital projectors. It also informs about the requirement of extra costs for installing projectors in a series of expensive and inaccessible pods.


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