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Projector Screens VonHaus 3000126.1 (16:9 100" Manual)

VonHaus 3000126.1 (16:9 100" Manual)

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As always with screens or monitors, size is a personal preference. Yet, a good rule of thumb is that the screen’s width should be about half of the viewing distance, e.g., if you’re sitting six metres away, the width should be three metres. A solid tip is to first get a hold of a projector, watch a film on a white wall, and then afterwards consider getting a dedicated screen for your viewing pleasure.

The two main types of projector screens are rolling screens and stretch screens.

A rolling projector screen is more or less like a set of blinds. You simply attach it to the wall and pull it down when you want to watch something. It’s definitely the more affordable solution, as well as being elegant in the sense that it’s very easy to move around.

Alternatively, a stretch screen is placed on the wall - much like a painting - and typically affords you a better picture quality with very few folds in the actual screen. Unfortunately, these are not nearly as easy to move around and can’t be hidden away as a rolling projector screen can.

A manual screen is definitely the most affordable option. They do tend to suffer damages over time, as the locking mechanism can be a tad fidgety and result in the screen creasing.

An electric screen is typically much more expensive, but also a lot easier to use and generally more resistant to creases and “damages”. In terms of being easy to use, you simply attach the projector screen to your wall, press a button on the remote, and you’re good to go.

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