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Electric Projector Screens

electric projector screen
Electric Projector Screens offer a very professional look for your presentations or home theaters. Operated by remote control, they have a sleek, elegant design and the single location provides the most convenience for storage. An electric projector screen is a popular choice for those who want the convenience of a large projector screen and have a large, semi-permanent area to dedicate to the screen.Electric projector screens can be mounted into the floor, wall or ceiling. The ceiling mount can also be recessed into the ceiling so that your audience won 't know there is a projector screen there while not in use. Certain projector screens come with wood trim around the top, which helps mask the screen while not in use and is a great option if recessed ceiling mounting isn 't an option for you.Electric projector screens generally run on 100 volts, but some may be available with 220 volts. Other screens even have the option of remote operation from any location. Screens are also available in tab-tensioned and non-tensioned models. A recessed ceiling screen will give you the most stylish look, and is a great option if you are not planning on relocating the projector screen. However, a mounted screen provides more flexibility. The Elite Screens VMAX2 and Spectrum Series of projector screens are two excellent and economical choices.

Manual Projector Screens

manual projection screen
A Manual Projector Screen is an excellent alternative for those looking for a less expensive projector screen. These versatile projection screens have a pulley at the bottom of the screen, which allows the operator to manually pull the screen up and down. Most of these screens now have a controlled return feature so that the screen 's can 't be rolled up to quickly, which could cause damage to the screen.Similar to electric projector screens, these can be wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted or ceiling recessed-mounted. However, these screens are much lighter than electric screens, since there are no motors attached. Also, since there is no risk of the motor breaking, failing or wearing over time, these screens require less upkeep.Most people remember these screens from their school classrooms, wall-mounted above the chalkboard. These projector screens are hugely popular in schools and government buildings. They can also be a great option for a home theater system. That is … if you could live without the convenience of a remote control.These projector screens can also be tensioned or non-tensioned. The non-tensioned are less expensive, bust sometimes end up bending down and folding due to wear and tear from pulling the screen down so often.The Manual Series from Elite Screens is one of the most popular models.

Tripod Projector Screens

tripod projector screens
A portable projector screen is one of the most popular types of projector screens, as they don 't limit the operator to one location. Of these portable projector screens, a tripod projector screen is by far the most popular. A Tripod Projector Screen comes in two parts: the screen itself and the tripod stand that holds the screen up. Both are lightweight and fold down into a small, easy to carry case. To set up most of these projector screens, you just open up the tripod, which has three legs and long rod in the middle that extends up the length of the projector screen. You connect the rolled up projector screen to the base of the trip ad use the pulley attached to the screen to pull the screen up to the top of the tripod rod, where it can be secured. It 's as simple as that!Tripod projector screens tend to be the most cost-efficient, as they are generally the least expensive screens that are meant to withstand more wear and tear. They may not offer the best picture quality though. The Elite Screens Tripod Series comes in on the low end of the price spectrum, but the high end of the quality one. These tripod projection screens are an excellent value. The Da-Lite Picture King is a tried-and-true workhorse. Often found in rental houses, these tripod projector screens are built to last and are made in the USA.

Fixed Frame Screens

fixed frame projector screens
Fixed Frame Projector Screens are arguably the most elite of all projector screens. Although they can be used for commercial purposes, these screens are most commonly found in the most impressive of home theaters. These screens cannot be rolled up and down and are a permanent fixture in the room.These projector screens are so popular in home theaters because they tend to last the longest, since they aren 't constantly being rolled up and down in between uses. You won 't get the bends and waves in these screens like you might in other types of screens. These projector screens also tend to have the best picture quality, since these screens have the widest variety of screen material to choose from.While a tab-tensioned, electric, recessed ceiling-mounted projector screen might look a little cooler when the screen appears, the picture quality and overall impressiveness make the fixed frame projector screen the mother of all projector screens. Of course, those factors also tend to make these screens among the most expensive.The Elite Screens ezFrame & SableFrame are extremely popular and affordable fixed screens.

Floor Rising Screens

floor projector screen
Floor Rising Projector Screens are a great alternative to a bulkier tripod screens. Tripods tend to be bulkier and are a bit more difficult to put together. A floor rising screen is much more lightweight and more simple to set up/take down. A floor rising projector screen comes in one piece- no assembly is required. Many don 't even have a carrying case, as a handle is mounted to the base of the screen for easy accessibility. All you need to do is set the feet up on the screen. To do that, you simply twist the feet around so that they run perpendicular to the projector screen.Once the feet are set up, you can just pull the screen up. The screen has a spring roller in place on the back of the projector screen that rises with the screen to provide a sturdiness to the screen when it 's at maximum height. It acts similar to the rod of the tripod that holds the screen up.Most of these screens are available in a manual version, where the operator pulls the screen up themselves. However, some versions come with a pneumatic option, which allows you to use a remote control to lift the screen from the base.The Elite Screen ezCinema is a great place to start.

Inflatable Projector Screens

inflatable projector screen
Have you ever been to a drive-in movie theater? You get to watch an indoor theater quality picture while enjoying the outdoors- the best of both worlds! Ever wonder how you can do that in your own backyard without trying to ruin all of your white sheets by attaching them to the side of your house and getting an awful picture quality? Look no further! Inflatable projector screens are the latest craze sweeping the nation. For a very affordable price, these projector screens self-inflate in minutes and can be adjusted to fit a variety of viewing angles. The picture quality is great, and the screen and base materials are made to withstand hot and cold outside temperatures, rain and even some wind!The only negative to come along with inflatable projector screens… trying to get your guests to stop watching movies and leave at the end of your party!

Projector Screen Paint

projector screen paint
Projector Screen Paint is a fantastic, newer alternative to an actual projector screen, especially if cost is a factor.One gallon of projector screen paint can provide a surface area between 92" and 240" of diagonal viewing space. And don 't think you need to have permanent wall space in order to use this- you can always paint this onto a large board or other object to create your own portable projector screen.Of course, the viewing quality won 't be the same as an actual projector screen, but for basic needs, this is a great option. A normal projector screen in that size would cost hundreds just to ship alone and requires multiple people to install. Screen Paint allows 1 person to use 1 gallon of paint and 1 roller to create an immersive projection experience.

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