How to choose your projector screen
Choosing the right screen for the job is important so we have put together an overview of the most common options here. For more information about recommended screen sizes and viewing distances read our article – ‘Projector Screen Size. How Big?’
If you need help deciding which screen is most suitable for your need please give us a call and we would be happy to discuss the options.
HD FORMAT 16:9 FRONT AND REAR PROJECTOR SCREEN HIRE
Our HD format screens are made by AV Stumpfl and use a 32mm box section aluminium. The corner sections are hinged and click into place and the rest of the screen frame slots easily together to form a rigid framework. As the frame slots together there are no hinges, catches or obtrusions sticking out around the frame. This makes it easy to build into stage sets and achieve a neat finish. These HD format screens are supplied with both front projection and rear projection screen surfaces that attach to the frame by press studs. The 8ft and 10ft HD projector screens have a 50mm wide black border whereas the larger screens have a 100mm black border. All of these screens are supplied with legs so can be used freestanding. We also have available special screen flying brackets that clamp around the top edge of the screen frame and provide a fixed flying ring.
FASTFOLD FRONT AND REAR PROJECTION SCREEN HIRE
Fastfold projection screens are a convenient way to build large projection screens. The one-piece frame unfolds and clicks into place to build a rigid framework to which the projection screen surface is attached. All of the
SMALL TRIPOD AND PULL-UP PROJECTION SCREEN HIRE
These screens are ideal for meetings, seminars and small conferences. They roll up into a tube shape and are supplied in a padded bag so are easily portable. The pull-up screens have a cassette on the floor and the screen surface unrolls from the cassette. The screen has a black border and the area between the bottom of the screen and the floor is also black giving it a professional look.
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