Brief Notes to Choose the Projector Screen High Quality

Nowadays, projector screen products on the market are very diverse to serve the great needs of customers, events with various scales, conferences, and many other specific purposes. There are many criteria to evaluate the quality of a projector screen. Keep reading to see my brief notes to choose a high-quality projector screen.


Some mistakes need to avoid when choosing a projector screen

Going to too big or small for your setup

It seems to be obvious, but many people forget to actually measure the space they plan to place their projector screen on before making a purchase. Firstly, set up your projector to where you think it will be suitable, and then try to display the image against the proposed mounting wall. Then, measure how big the image can go at its maximum width/length, and then when you have this data, choose a projection screen size that fits the display size at its widest point. In case you end up with a space that has the wrong size, the image quality from the projector will suffer from it. Following this note, you should find a projector for your venues that fits your needs.

Forget to buy mounting brackets 

It’s the mistake that many first-time projector screen buyers have made. Don’t think that the screen you buy is a package deal, complete with everything you’ll need to set up and running right out of the box after purchase. While some products come with brackets designed to help you mount the screen, others may need you to buy separate kits to get everything set up properly. Be sure to check and see whether your screen comes with brackets, and if not, buy it.


Not paying attention to viewing angles

The viewing angle on a projector screen can be significantly different depending on the quality, performance, and price. Before deciding to purchase your screen, make sure to sit in the space where you’ll be viewing content to check the view. 

Best projector screen features of a high-quality one

Color Accuracy/Gain

Perhaps one of the important factors that you should consider before buying your projector screen, is how accurately it reproduces the colors.


Though you might not realize it just by looking at pictures by eyes, the color profile of all projector screens is not created alike.
Without getting confused with the technical details of what makes good color gamut, all you need to know is that the gain of a solid screen is “1:1”, which refers to how much light the screen reflects when compared to a uniform reflecting surface known as a “Lambertian surface”. It’s important to consider the gain ability of the screen as well when considering the quality of a projector’s brightness.

Electric or Pull-Down?

Another choice you’ll have to make when selecting a projection screen is whether you want to drop the extra money on an electrically powered screen that moves by remote, or one you’ll have to pull it down manually instead.


In general, electric screens cost about twice as much as the manual one due to the extra parts required in their manufacturing setting process.

Electric screens also have the added benefit of giving your event or your conference more professional when slowly descended from the ceiling.

Tensioned vs. Non-Tensioned

If you can spring for it, you should go for a “tensioned” screen than a non-tensioned.

If you want a fully flat image and willing to keep your projector setup for a year or more, spending a little extra on a tensioned setup should be your choice. 


The high-quality projector screen that’s going to be right for you is going to depend on how much budget you’ve got leftover to spend after you’ve purchased your new projector, speakers, and receiver. Image quality is important, but it’s possible to find a high-quality projector that won’t break the budget. Let’s Danang Event help you with AV equipment

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