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Projector screens for home theater, conference, and university

High-quality projector screens are very much in vogue, because the oversized projection surfaces allow any image medium to shine in its full glory: From movies and vacation videos to video games and visualizations, to presentation graphics and photos. Modern screens for projectors are thus the perfect complement for home cinema and hobby room, office and conference room, exhibition stand and presentation stage, school and university.

Projector screens are available in various designs and differ in their dimensions as well as in material, mounting and operation. For example, screens can be permanently mounted on a wall or used as mobile screens with the help of a stand. In addition, there are models with manual as well as electric handling. Discover the wide selection of exclusive screens for beamers in our extensive range!

Large area – even up to 150 inches for great pictures

Large screens create a particularly impressive experience of visual media of all kinds. What used to be marveled at only in cinemas can now be experienced anywhere thanks to modern beamer technology and high-quality screen cloths: Whether in your own home, in a conference room or in schools and universities. And to match any space, screens are also available in a wide range of sizes - in our online store even up to 150 inches!

The larger a screen is, the more impressive the projected films, photos and graphics look on it. Therefore, screens are just as popular for your own home theater as they are as a presentation surface in companies. Even in the modern home office, a screen can not only facilitate work but also make it more pleasant.

Motorized projection screens

Motorized projector screens are the best choice for permanent installation as well as convenient operation. The screens are mounted on the ceiling or wall with the help of a housing and thus offer a particularly space-saving solution. In addition, the fixed position ensures a consistent and perfect fit of the projected image. And since the canvas is wound and unwound electrically, this process is even gentle on the canvas cloth and ensures a long service life.

Screens with motor can be conveniently moved into position at the touch of a button or remote control. This also allows the projector screen to be adjusted much more precisely than is possible with a manual mechanism. Whether in the conference room or in your own home theater - everywhere motorized screens guarantee a modern and comfortable viewing pleasure! And with a suitable lighting you can additionally conjure up an atmospheric ambience in your space.

Projector screens on stands and tripods

Screens on stands and tripods are among the classics among projector screens and allow a high degree of mobility: stands as well as tripods can be assembled and disassembled in just a few steps and are just as easy to transport. This way you can use your screen flexibly, for example, in changing office spaces, at trade fairs or on business trips - as well as in different rooms at home or in the garden for your own summer night cinema.

Most canvases with stand or tripod have a black colored back and are therefore completely opaque. This protects the screen from light entering from the back, and the image on the front retains its brightness and contrast perfectly. Even in front of a window, you get optimal image quality. And combined with a suitable monitor mounts for your projector, you create the perfect image experience!

Ceiling or wall mounted projector screens

Projector screens mounted on a ceiling or wall can discreetly and elegantly transform any space into a home theater, conference room or classroom. This is because the sleek casings of this variant of the screen are extremely unobtrusive and therefore fit into any interior. In addition, no floor space is required, so these projector screens can even be used in confined spaces.

The hanging screens are equipped with a weighting rod and thus guarantee a permanently smooth projection surface. Ceiling-mounted and wall-mounted projector screens can be unrolled or stowed in the housing as required, making them particularly flexible to use. Especially in modern offices, these screens are a perfect addition to any office supplies

Frame-tight projector screens

Projector screens with frames make a noble impression already at first sight. The black frame completely encloses it canvas, which alone gives it a pictorial character. But the frame is not just an ornament: Because the dark masking significantly improves the perceived contrast and thus enables a higher quality projection result. In addition, the canvas cloth is firmly clamped in the frame, which prevents ripples.

Due to these features, frame canvases deliver outstanding image quality, especially for your own home theater. However, visual media can also be presented particularly impressively with these screens in modern conference rooms or advertising agencies. And since projector screens with frames are permanently mounted on a wall, they can also be easily combined with any wall decorations, lighting or whiteboards !

Screen format

Beamer canvases are available in different sizes, each offering a specific page format. These page formats are adapted to the output formats that can be displayed by beamers and other projection devices. Therefore, screens are available in 1:1, 4:3, 16:9 and 16:10 formats. But a screen format should not only fit your device but also be suitable for the desired application:

If you want to enjoy videos in the modern resolutions Full HD, HD ready and 4K in your home theater, projector screens in the image-filling format 16:9 are the ideal solution. The 16:10 screen format lends itself to WXGA and WUXGA widescreen resolutions. This format is often supported by tablets and notebooks and is therefore optimal for presentations. The 1:1 and 4:3 formats correspond to the image format of older projection equipment and films, such as those used in schools.

Front screen projection

In front projection, the image is beamed from the front onto a highly reflective screen, in front of which the projection device as well as the audience are positioned. This method is used in cinemas as well as supported by most beamers. In rear projection, the image is projected onto the back of a transparent screen with the unit behind the screen cloth. This technique is used primarily in film production to create artificial backgrounds in front of which actors can act.