When buying a projector screen, few important factors to consider.
- The size of the screen, the type of the screen you need
- The number of audience is it for, you want to make sure everyone is able to see the screen
- Aspect ratio of the screen to match the native aspect ratio of your projector
We offer several option for projector screens. For permanent installation, we offer Manual Pull Down Screen, Motorised Screen and Fixed Screen.
Manual pull down screen is usually cheaper and easier to install, it can be mounted either on the wall or in the ceiling. There are two type, one is the normal manual pull down, another is the slow retraction type.
Motorised screen need electricity to run, as there is a electric motor inside. The motor in general is very quiet and can last for many years. There is normal motorised screen as well as in-ceiling type if you need a neater look, but it require extra installation work and installation is not easy.
There is also dual motorised screen available in 16:9 or 2:35:1 giving you a choice of both screens for your home theatre.
Fixed screen is available in few options, front projection or rear projection, edge free, tab-tensioned, normal screen or ambient light rejecting.
For portable application, we offer Tripod and Pull Up Screen. Tripod in general is cheaper and easier to set up and easier to transport as it's lighter. Pull up screen is heavier and is suitable for use in house if it need to be transport from room to room or pack away when not in use.