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Wall Mounted Projector Screens

Wall mounted projector screens are a type of projector screen that is attached to a wall on a permanent basis, typically using a bracket or mounting system. There are three main types namely electric wall mounted projector screens, manual pull down wall mounted projector screens and fixed frame wall mounted projector screens. The projector screens come in a variety of sizes and formats making them a popular choice for home cinema, office or educational applications.

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Wall mounted projector screens are a great option for home cinema and businesses because they offer a number of advantages over other types of projector screens. When choosing a wall mounted projector screen, it is important to consider the size of your room, the throw distance of your projector, the type of screen material, and your budget. With careful planning and installation, you can enjoy the benefits of a wall mounted projector screen for years to come.

What is a wall mounted projector screen?

Wall mounted projector screens are a type of projector screen that is attached to a wall, typically using a bracket or mounting system. They are a popular choice for home cinema and businesses because they offer a number of advantages over other types of projector screens, such as:

  • Permanent installation: Wall mounted projector screens are permanently installed, which means that they do not need to be set up and taken down each time they are used. This makes them a more convenient option for frequent use.
  • Professional appearance: Wall mounted projector screens provide a professional appearance to any room. They can be installed flush against the wall, which creates a clean and uncluttered look.
  • Variety of sizes: Wall mounted projector screens are available in a wide variety of sizes to accommodate any room size or projector throw distance.

Are there different types of wall mounted projector screens?

There are three main types of wall mounted projector screens:

  • Fixed frame: Fixed frame screens have a rigid frame that holds the screen material taut. This type of screen is ideal for high end home cinemas and businesses because it provides the best possible image quality.
  • Manual pull down: Manual pull down screens have a spring-loaded mechanism that allows the screen to be pulled down from the ceiling or wall. This type of screen is a more affordable option, but it does not provide the same image quality as a fixed frame screen.
  • Electric: This is the most popular and convenient of the the three options. The screen material is lowered and raised by either a remote control or wall switch (model dependent). Some electric screens also have a 12v trigger input. Connecting a projector which has a 12v output feature directly to the screen via a single cable will allow the screen to be lowered and raised automatically when the projector is turned on or off.

What do I need consider when purchasing a wall mounted projector screen?

When choosing a wall mounted projector screen, it is important to consider the following factors:

  • The size of your wall area : The size of your wall will determine the size of the screen that you need.
  • The ambient light in your room: Ensure no ambient light is hitting the screen as it will have an adverse effect on the viewable image. consider using blinds to block out natural light or turning lights off if any ambient light is hitting your screen area.
  • The budget: Wall mounted projector screens range in price from a few hundred pounds to several thousand pounds.

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