Projection screens offer an even, flat, white surface to project an image onto. We offer a range of styles and sizes to suit most events and all are freestanding. When choosing a screen, bear in mind that the bigger the screen, the brighter you will need the projector.
It is sometimes also worth double checking the height of your venue or meeting room to be sure it can accommodate the screen. Remember also that you need to allow for a sufficient throw distance between the screen and whatever sort of projection equipment you will be using to achieve the required image size.
Want your presentation or video to have the most impact? Then you’ll want to consider our projector screens to buy. We have tripod screens in a range of sizes which are lightweight and are suited for small spaces
Buyer’s Tips for Finding a Projector
Looking to buy a projector, here are a few features you should be sure to invest in:
- Brightness: The brightness of a projector is also known as the light output and is measured in lumens. The brightness offered will decide how well the images will project in any lighting. The brighter the space, the more vital to invest in a high resolution projector.
- Resolution: Most applications might require different resolution. Houses of worship, sports and gaming are among the most crucial needing projectors with high resolution for the best viewing experience. The higher the resolution, measured by pixels, the better the details projected on the screen.
- 3D: If you really want a viewing experience that sucks you into the screen, you may want to look into projectors that offer a 3D experience.
Front vs. Rear Projection
Most projectors can be used for either front or rear projection. The difference is the screen, which is opaque white for front projection and semi-transparent grey for rear projection. Front projection sends the image from the position of the audience to the front of the screen. This is by far the most common method since it does not require an empty space behind the screen.
Rear projection projects the image towards the audience from behind the screen. This method is less affected by ambient light and often provides better contrast. Rear projection is commonly used in outdoor settings and commercial areas where space is not an issue
Why Display Screen
We enjoy the widest portfolio of display solutions including large format displays, desktop displays, video wall displays, dvLED displays including 4K UHD products. Understanding that every market and environment has unique requirements, Sound Creations prides itself on being your partner, to deliver customized solutions to match your needs.
Our comprehensive feature sets, best in class warranties and upstanding product reliability along with our industry expertise, is paramount to our commitment to bring you the ultimate immersive visual experience. Because we value our relationships with our customers, we constantly strive to provide the level of service and support that is expected of an industry leader.
Things You Should Consider While Buying LED Display Screens
- location of installation
- content to be displayed
- viewing distance
- maintenance and repairability
- Resolution of the LED
- Power consumption
- The chip used in the LED