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Specialist screen surfaces and unusual shapes

Acoustically transparent screens are either woven or perforated.  They allows sound to travel through the screen from the rear and are typically used in home ...

All you need to know about ambient light rejection

Ambient light rejection or ALR is, arguably, necessary in the majority of installations.  We’re not just talking about light from windows, where you can draw ...

Think the screen surface doesn’t matter?

The screen surface you choose can make a massive difference to the image quality.  Take a look at our test between 4 different screen surfaces. ...

Spoiler alert – your old screen won’t work with your new projector

Pixels are getting smaller Your new projector is likely to have full HD resolution or better.  That means smaller pixels, and the smaller the pixel, ...

Keeping your screen in best condition

You've invested in a  decent screen so it makes sense to look after it. Here is how to prolong the lifespan of your projection screen: ...

Choosing the right screen for you

Your projection image is only as good as the surface it’s been projected on to. So it is important to pick the right screen to ...

UNDERSTANDING REAR PROJECTION

Projectors can be used to project an image from either the front or rear of the screen. Front projection screens are the most common, and ...

WHAT CAN A HIGH GAIN SCREEN DO FOR YOU?

Gain is a measure of reflectivity of light coming off a screen when the measurement is of light targeted and reflected perpendicular to the screen ...

Signs that your screen is degrading

A good screen really does matter! When setting up a video projection system, the video projection screen is just as important as the projector itself. ...
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