150 Inch Projector Screens
A 150 inch diagonal image allows for more detail to be displayed, making it easier to see fine details in movies, games, and presentations. Benefits of a 150 inch diagonal screen include immersive viewing experience, increased engagement and reduced eyes strain on the users.
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- In StockThe Sapphire RapidFold Rear Screen offers a 120" viewing width, easy setup, and portability. Ideal for large presentations, it comes with a 5-year warranty.
- Call for AvailabilityThe Celexon Mobile Expert offers a robust 305x229cm screen with easy setup. Ideal for mobile applications, it comes with a 2-year warranty.
- Call for AvailabilityThe Sapphire Mayfair Tab Tension screen offers a superior, taut image with its side tab-tensioning system. Ideal for home cinema and boardrooms.
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4K UHD Projector ScreensIn addition to our range of standard projector screens, here at ProjectorPoint we advise on, supply and if required install high-performance screens tailor-made for HD and 4K UHD content. Whether you need a custom screen size with extended black drops, acoustically transparent screen material, or even a custom colour choice for the screen casing finish, […]Read More
The Best Projector Screen Size & Viewing DistancesSo you’re in the market for a new projector? Congratulations, you’re in the right place! As part of the installation and consideration for your projector, you’re probably considering the best screen, and the most suitable projector screen size, for your specific needs. Despite what some people think, you’ll need more than just any old flat […]Read More
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