84 inch Manual Pull Down 4:3 Projection Screen - Matt White - £55.81 @ Oyyy - HotUKDeals
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Panoview offer a wide selection of quality front projection screens suitable for any situation, from small meeting to large conference rooms and great for home cinema applications. All Panoview screens are built to a high standard and are rigorously checked and tested throughout the production process to ensure the highest possible build quality and finish. Panoview’s unrivalled understanding of both the market place and emerging technologies has allowed us to utilize our expertise to further expand our product offering to cater for every requirement, whilst still delivering great value. PMG+ projection screens are popular because they are inexpensive and easy to operate. Panoview Manual Screens offer Selflock and Controlled Screen Return.

Pull down the screen and hold for 3 seconds, then release. The screen will stay at the desired position. Instead of just retracting back into the case and possibly causing damage if you’re not careful, Panoview’s PMG+ Manual Screens feature Speed Reduction-Retraction. Simply pull down lightly to release the locking mechanism, let go and the screen will slowly return to the casing.

Is the Optoma DS-3084PMG+ 84in projector screen the right screen for you?
Watch your favourite movies, Blu-Rays and DVD's on a huge 84in screen.
Jump into the action when used to play your latest console games
Speed Reduction Retraction ensures the screen retracts slowly to prevent damage
Can be mounted on either the ceiling or a wall.
Ideal for offices, schools, conference rooms and Home Cinema
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#1
Tempting. Any advantages to this from just using a white wall?
#2
I bought 16:9 version of this screen, it has a very strong smell when you start to use it, easy to use. Get I'm thumbs up, I would recommend the 16:9 version over the 4:3 if watching movies. Great price.
#3
Same question as flang, any reason to have this compared to a white wall?
#4
you can simply project a 16:9 image onto this 4:3 screen and don't pull it down as much, makes no difference, only means smaller sizes are achievable, you lose the top black border but can make one and you're wasting some cloth . Perfect for smaller rooms.



Edited By: Gold Feet on Dec 31, 2010 17:12: b
#5
Got a nice white roller blind from IKEA for half the price - does the same job perfectly. No difference to having a white wall - may just provide a slightly better reflection off the canvas.
#6
flang
Tempting. Any advantages to this from just using a white wall?


Not a big difference IMO. But you get black borders to stop the light leaking. I have a Brown wall and you can see the bricks so went for the cheap 4:3 screen from ebuyer £25 a couple of years ago.
#7
I think the canvas absorbs the light a bit better making it easier on the eyes whearas a wall would reflect it back a lot more especially if not a matt finish? Correct me if im wrong just having a guess.
#8
Just need a cheap projector, then its perfect for my bedroom ;)
#9
Very tempted, been looking at 40"+ TV's but just measured up and 84" would be perfect. Anyone recommend a good deal on a projector?
#10
JFenlon
Very tempted, been looking at 40"+ TV's but just measured up and 84" would be perfect. Anyone recommend a good deal on a projector?


84 is the diagonal for 4:3, if you project 16:9 you'll need to knock off a few inches.
#11
Trial and error gave me this below (I'm crap at maths)

http://www.displaywars.com/84-inch-4x3-vs-77-inch-16x9

16:9 = 77 inch diagonal on this screen
#12
Gold Feet
JFenlon
Very tempted, been looking at 40"+ TV's but just measured up and 84" would be perfect. Anyone recommend a good deal on a projector?


84 is the diagonal for 4:3, if you project 16:9 you'll need to knock off a few inches.


That's why I said get the 16:9 so there is no need to knock a few inches off
#13
goldennugget1
Got a nice white roller blind from IKEA for half the price - does the same job perfectly. No difference to having a white wall - may just provide a slightly better reflection off the canvas.

X)
#14
I have used my 1080p 16:9 projector on both a 84inch screen like above, and yes it's very smelly at first, but much better after having it opened for about 3 days and leave room well ventilated.

I'd say the colours are a lot brighter than the wall
#16
A proper projector screen will (most likely) produce a better image than a plain white wall, or a white roller from IKEA. You are really watching the light reflecting back from whatever the projector projects on to, so it is vital to have a surface with the right reflective properties.

Better screens have better reflective properties and you can even get special wall pain to use with projectors as well.

Iv got one just like this and they are great value for money at this price.
#17
solarforce
Gold Feet
JFenlon
Very tempted, been looking at 40"+ TV's but just measured up and 84" would be perfect. Anyone recommend a good deal on a projector?


84 is the diagonal for 4:3, if you project 16:9 you'll need to knock off a few inches.


That's why I said get the 16:9 so there is no need to knock a few inches off


the 16:9 is getting on for double the price. although still not bad for £97(they were £155 when I was looking)
My 4:3 was as wide as I could get in my attic conversion due to the sloped roof, so didnt matter which I went for. Back then the 4:3 screens being sold were for lower spec projectors so had a bit too much gain, and the roller was hexaganol and leaves stripes on the material.
#18
so difficult not to buy it :) hot anyway!
#19
Jinkz
I think the canvas absorbs the light a bit better making it easier on the eyes whearas a wall would reflect it back a lot more especially if not a matt finish? Correct me if im wrong just having a guess.

Indeed you are wrong, projector screens (at least good ones, not sure about this one) have glas sbeads in the surface to reflect light back at you. A screen that absorbed light would be completely useless! This is why screens are better that a white wall, or an Ikea roller blind 'that does the job perfectly well':p
#20
Thinking of going down the projector route.
Any decent / well priced projectors about to go with this screen?
Thanks
#21
I recently bought the optoma hd200x with the optoma 16:9 screen from projector planet in Birmingham, and I'm more than pleased with it. Everybody that comes around goes wow.
Especially when I tell them the price cause everybody thinks the cost price is above 2 grand. All in I think I paid about £780
#22
Gold Feet
solarforce
Gold Feet
JFenlon
Very tempted, been looking at 40"+ TV's but just measured up and 84" would be perfect. Anyone recommend a good deal on a projector?


84 is the diagonal for 4:3, if you project 16:9 you'll need to knock off a few inches.


The 16:9 screen is £60 from projector planet.

That's why I said get the 16:9 so there is no need to knock a few inches off


the 16:9 is getting on for double the price. although still not bad for £97(they were £155 when I was looking)
My 4:3 was as wide as I could get in my attic conversion due to the sloped roof, so didnt matter which I went for. Back then the 4:3 screens being sold were for lower spec projectors so had a bit too much gain, and the roller was hexaganol and leaves stripes on the material.
#23
Cocked up my last post, the optoma 16:9 is only £60 at projector planet.

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