- Fixed Frame Projection Screen
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- Ultra Thin Frame Projection Screen
- Portable Projection Screen
- Projector Brackets
[The best partner for the projector, the must-know tips on the projection screen] Technical introduction
People often use a good horse with a good saddle to describe the relationship between the projection screen and the projector. This is mainly because this description is too appropriate. If a good projector does not have a good screen to cooperate, the light of the projector cannot be fully released. Therefore, many users often include the expenditure of the projection screen when formulating the budget for the projector, and the merchants usually bundle the projector and the projection screen to meet the needs of the market.
But in many cases, consumers are often very cautious when buying a projector, and when buying a projection screen, they hold the attitude of not seeking the most expensive, but seeking the cheapest, as long as they can use it. Of course, it’s okay not to ask for the most expensive, but the latter’s attitude is obviously problematic. Although on the surface there seems to be no big difference between projection screens and projection screens, in fact, different types of screens and screens of different materials are very different. Projection Times.com reminds consumers that they must choose according to the actual application. The most suitable screen.
Let’s first understand the different classifications of projection screens.
Classified by projection screen size
When choosing a projection screen, the first thing that needs to be determined is the size. The size of the projection screen mainly depends on the area of u200bu200bthe space used, the number of audiences, and the placement of the location. The first principle is to choose a projection screen suitable for the audience, rather than choosing a projection screen suitable for the projector. At present, the size of the most used projection screen is between 80 and 120 inches. Generally, a screen of about 100 inches can be used for general small and medium-sized meeting rooms and home projectors.
Classified by the aspect ratio of the projection screen
Refers to the ratio of the width to the height of the screen. The more common ones are 4:3 and 16:9, and there are also 1:1 and 1.85:1, 2.35:1, etc. The aspect ratio of the screen needs to be matched according to the needs of different projection equipment. Usually home video projectors are equipped with 16:9, and general business education conference presentations use 4:3 or 16:9.
Classified by material
Projection screens are usually divided into front projection screens and rear projection screens. Front projection screens are divided into soft screens and hard screens. Soft screens include white screens, pearlescent screens, and metal screens. Hard screens include flat screens and curved screens. Rear projection screens can also be divided into soft screens and Hard screen. The front projection screens are mostly soft screens, and the rear projection screens are mostly hard screens. If the location of the projection is relatively fixed, you can choose a wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted or tripod-type projection screen. If you need to move the projection frequently, a portable projection screen will be the best choice. Different projection screens have their own advantages and disadvantages, and should be selected according to the different use environment.
Classified by application
Projection screens are classified as follows according to their usage: fast folding screens, electric screens, self-locking screens by hand, bracket screens, wire-drawing screens, floor-drawing screens, picture frame screens, etc. With different applications, users can also choose different installation methods, such as wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted, portable, etc...
Classified by technology
Technically, screens are also divided into reflective and transmissive types. The reflective type is used for front projection, and the transmissive type is used for rear projection. Front projection screens are divided into flat screens and curved screens. The gain of the flat screen is small, the viewing angle is large, and the ambient light must be weak; the gain of the arc-type screen is large, the viewing angle is small, and the ambient light can be strong, but the incident light reflected by the screen is different in all directions. In terms of texture, it is divided into glass curtain, metal curtain, embossed plastic curtain, etc., which are generally applicable.