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Optimise your projection experience with the right screen

From roll-up screens to fixed screens and transportable screens, optimise your projection experience by choosing the screen that best suits your needs.

Optimise your projection experience with the right screen

In the audiovisual world, attention is generally focused more on the quality of the projector than on the quality of the projection surface. However, the projection surface plays an essential role in achieving optimum projection in terms of image, contrast and sharpness.

When you choose to use quality equipment, it becomes imperative to choose a screen that is adapted to your needs. Each environment requires a specific installation, a specific screen and a corresponding aesthetic. There is a wide range of projection screens on the market, from small transportable screens to giant motorised screens and frame-mounted screens.

Roll-up screens

Roll-up screens are modular and offer flexibility of use. They are used in a variety of locations and can vary in size from 1m80 to 100m wide.

The advantage of this type of screen is that it can be concealed when not in use. When not in use, the screen rolls up on itself. The screen can also be integrated into suspended ceilings so that it can be completely hidden from view to blend in with the aesthetics of the space. Their robust design and ability to retract when not in use make these screens an ideal choice for multi-purpose applications and for those looking to integrate a projection screen discreetly.

On the one hand, medium-sized roll-up screens, less than 10m wide, are clever solutions for spaces such as auditoriums, conference rooms or meeting rooms. They are easy to integrate and can be placed in front of a window, in the middle of a room or in front of a wall.

On the other hand, large roll-up screens, over 10m wide, are specially designed for larger spaces, such as concert halls, convention centres or stadiums. These screens are better suited to the needs of large groups of spectators, offering optimum visibility and an immersive visual experience.

Fixed frames

Fixed screens, mainly stretched over a frame or integrated into self-supporting systems, are perfectly suited to spaces dedicated to projection, such as cinemas, or for other uses such as simulators. These screens can be from 2m to 100m wide. The advantage of this type of screen lies in the fact that the screen remains fixed and ensures optimum image quality thanks to its fabric, which remains perfectly flat and taut on all four sides.

Travel screens

Transportable screens, up to 9m wide, are ideal for mobile service providers, temporary installations and one-off events. Their portability makes them ideal and highly flexible in contexts where mobility is essential.

Make the good choice

Whether you're setting up a home cinema, a conference room or an auditorium, you should never overlook the importance of the projection surface. By making the right choice of screen, you can ensure a stunning visual experience and maximise the potential of your audiovisual projection system.

Publisher: Multivision Screens

May 2024

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