Projection Screens Pricing and Costs
Select the right projector screen for your needs and budgetThere are several factors that go into selecting the right projection screen for your needs. You must first determine the size of the screen. Then you need to decide between front and rear projection. For front projector screens, the video source sits in front of the screen and projects across the room, which requires a dark environment. Rear projection screens sit directly in front of the video source and provide a crisp picture without turning off the lights.
Once you’ve addressed those two main factors, then you need to look at projection screens pricing and costs. Examine the prices in the following categories for budget comparisons:
1. Businesses with a large budget may want to buy electric projection screens.
2. Compare projection screens with a wall or ceiling mounted fixed frame.
3. A manual A/V projection screen will save you money over electric and fixed-frames.
4. Be on the move with portable projection screens for your business meeting travels.
Hide an electric projection screen when it's not in use
Install a fixed-frame projection screenA great option for a front or rear projection screen is a fixed-frame unit. Use these protector screens in a conference room for meetings or a church sanctuary to provide announcements.
Find manual projector screens for saleA manual projector screen is the least expensive option available. Typically you mount these units to a wall or ceiling and can retract them manually. This option not only saves money, but space as well.
Travel for business meetings with a portable projection screenIf you travel to put on business presentations that require some sort of video, then a portable projector screen is the best option for you. These compact and retractable screens, whether full length or on a tripod, are easy to transport wherever you need to go.
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