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The throw distance is the key reason why they divided projectors into different groups. Stadard-throw (long-throw) projectors have a throw ratio greater than 1, for a 150” (16:9) image footprint, it would need to sit180-inches — 15-feet from the screen. Short-throw projectors can create the same sized image from less than half that distance, and UST projectors (throw ratio less than 0.4) will put up the same sized image in a matter of inches, perfect for square footage challenged homes.
Ambient Lights affect the image quality and show glare on your screen? ALR (ambient light rejecting) technology is suitable when you have some control of the lighting in the room during the day, it delivers exceptionally clear images even in brightly lit surroundings.
Have limited space? Wants to keep the TV unit along with the party mode at the same time? A Motorized screen is your best choice. Looking to make the screen the highlight of the room? Our Fixed Frame screens deliver the giant borderless image you desire.
There are 2 common screen types: floor mounted rising up screen vs. ceiling-mounted drop-down screen, your choice of screen surface rises out of a floor-mounted enclosure or roll up from the ceiling.
SCREENPRO T-Prism Premium Ambient Light-Rejecting technology (for laser projection) is superb, but you might consider an Acoustic Transparency or White screen as wellfind out more
You can use your Screen Size Calculator to find out which ratio/size is more suitable for your projector and room.SCREEN CALCULATOR