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72" Electric Projector Screen £34.98! @ Ebuyer

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Javes ES72 72" Electric Projector Screen


4:3 (Diagonal) Format
Dimensions (cm): 145 x 110.

Was £107.82
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#1
Seems like a great deal. Shame it is 4:3 ratio.
#2
Cheapest delivery is Super Saver @ £6.20
#3
Voted hot - Still tempted to buy a projector and screen for home cinema viewing...
#4
Tyler Durden
Seems like a great deal. Shame it is 4:3 ratio.


so this cant display widescreen or if it does it'll be scaled down or just a small image?
#5
There isn't a great deal of information on this item - does anyone know what they mean by "electric"? Does it deploy and (whatever the opposite of deploy is) electrically ?
#6
kj23
so this cant display widescreen or if it does it'll be scaled down or just a small image?

The screen is 72" across the diagonal, 57 inches wide and 43 inches high, so you can get a 16:9 picture 57" wide by 32 inches high on it, leaving a band of 5.5 inches at each of the top and bottom of the picture
#7
oh, ok, thanks for the info. the black band doesn't sound bad, my tv has one.
i presume the electric bit is it folds up and down too, if regular ones are kind of spring loaded i dont know if electric is that much better, nice novelty though.
#8
bigbigblue
The screen is 72" across the diagonal, 57 inches wide and 43 inches high, so you can get a 16:9 picture 57" wide by 32 inches high on it, leaving a band of 5.5 inches at each of the top and bottom of the picture


Which (by my GCSE maths) equates to about a 65" widescreen screen! Awesome price, these are usually a lot more expensive!! Just a shame my projector goes to 84".. :)
#9
Great Price, Ordered wnat one for ages but too pricey BARGAIN Heat and Rep added
#10
I have voted hot cos it is a great deal, but before you get seduced, please heed my logic. My TV is 46inch. So for an extra 20inches and hassle of fixing, and 4:3 rather than 16:9, and 1080p projectors not being cheaply availabel yet, I decided not to buy this despite it beign a great deal.

Obviously, your logic may lead you to a different conclusion, so good luck. :thumbsup:
#11
This will do me quite nicely, especially at that price. £35 for a projector screen is a bargain, electric or not.

And there appears to be a manual version available, £10 cheaper for the same size.
#12
FunkiestMonkey
I have voted hot cos it is a great deal, but before you get seduced, please heed my logic. My TV is 46inch. So for an extra 20inches and hassle of fixing, and 4:3 rather than 16:9, and 1080p projectors not being cheaply availabel yet, I decided not to buy this despite it beign a great deal.

Obviously, your logic may lead you to a different conclusion, so good luck. :thumbsup:


there was a 720p projector on here a couple of days ago for £400
#13
my grandad bourght a 120" for £140 deliverd so this is a very good deal! voted hot!
#14
could someone please clarify for me waht it mean by "electric"

is it that its controlled via a remote to lower and raise the screen?
#15
i have been looking for a projection screen , but i wanted to know does this include the box thingy that sends the picture ( sorry i dont know much about projectors :oops:)
#16
I don't believe it.... For once I have thought where could this go before buying it and decided I have nowhere to put it, so have decided to save my cash. I am turning into my father...aaagghh.
Great deal though, heat and rep added.
#17
asb1286
i have been looking for a projection screen , but i wanted to know does this include the box thingy that sends the picture ( sorry i dont know much about projectors :oops:)


No
#18
Stubeauty
No


oh i see so this just the screen , can i please ask what that box is called so i can look on the tinerweb for a cheapy one :thumbsup:
#19
http://www.chinaprojector.com - if you can bear the speed of the site. Runs at an absolute crawl!
#20
I think this is a great buy, i spent £30.00 at argos just for a normal blackout blind!

Heat Added, nice find OP :)
#21
FunkiestMonkey
I have voted hot cos it is a great deal, but before you get seduced, please heed my logic. My TV is 46inch. So for an extra 20inches and hassle of fixing, and 4:3 rather than 16:9, and 1080p projectors not being cheaply availabel yet, I decided not to buy this despite it beign a great deal.

Obviously, your logic may lead you to a different conclusion, so good luck. :thumbsup:


unless you have total control over the light in your viewing room and don't mind sitting in complete darkness, a projector cannot really be considered as a replacement for a more standard TV
#22
I bought the 100" one of these a few months ago for £50. Great screen BUT electric does not mean motorised!!!

I assume it means for "electic projectors". Still a good screen esp at this price.
#23
i might be sounding really dumb here but isit like them projector things you get at school? im tempted to buy one but not quite sure what it is lmao x
#24
Umm - so whats that 3 pin plug for - on top left of screen if you enlarge it !!
#25
o0ps
Umm - so whats that 3 pin plug for - on top left of screen if you enlarge it !!


Mine did not come with a plug even though it said electric. Maybe this one is a different model. If so even better deal.:thinking:
#26
Darkman;1749380
I bought the 100" one of these a few months ago for £50. Great screen BUT electric does not mean motorised!!!

I assume it means for "electic projectors". Still a good screen esp at this price.

If you look at the manual version for £10 cheaper it has a pull cord at the bottom to expand and retract the screen, where as the electric one deos not so think electric does mean motorised :thinking:
#27
Use mine for Wii or Xbox when the kids friends come around. Great for parties.

Wii sports is awsome at 90"!!
#28
lenny6582
If you look at the manual version for £10 cheaper it has a pull cord at the bottom to expand and retract the screen, where as the electric one deos not so think electric does mean motorised :thinking:


This must be new then as there wasn't an electic one available last year. I'm happy with the manual one (one less thing to plug in) but the motorised one will be great if you have install it somewhere inaccessable.
#29
Ye was just about to say that about the plug... If it is for electric projectors only... will my candle powered projector not work? does it have some anti-candle light surface on it :)
#30
Can someone please help me out.Im interested in buying a screen and projector but where does the projector get placed eg:- ceiling,coffee table....where? Theres a few projectors on Ebuyer is this one any good
product no 138928
thanks
#31
#32
another dumb question but can you watch normal telly on this??
#33
Ive ordered the screen.....gona read up on the projector bit..Thanks for the post
2 Likes #34
For those of you who are a tad baffled:

This is a plain white sheet which rolls up into a container!


It's not a TV screen or a full projector kit, it's just something to point your projector at instead of a wall.
#35
Someone mentioned this will display a black band top'n'bottom on widescreen viewing. Actually it will be a white band (not so good)... just means you won't get a nice crisp edge.

One tip, you can get black matting spray for screens, masking tape and a careful hand and you could change this into a widescreen.
#36
davohotuk
Someone mentioned this will display a black band top'n'bottom on widescreen viewing. Actually it will be a white band (not so good)... just means you won't get a nice crisp edge.

One tip, you can get black matting spray for screens, masking tape and a careful hand and you could change this into a widescreen.


Or just don't open it all the way!! ;-)
#37
I can't believe people will think about buying something without understanding what it really is or how it works!
#38
anyone know why it has a pull cord if it's electrically operated?
#39
Calamitie
For those of you who are a tad baffled:

This is a plain white sheet which rolls up into a container!


It's not a TV screen or a full projector kit, it's just something to point your projector at instead of a wall.


No...you've got me completely stumped there. So it doesn't make tea/coffee?:?
#40
kayleeroberts88
another dumb question but can you watch normal telly on this??


.....If you plug a freeview box or alike into it.

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