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Homegear 120" 16:9 HD/3D Electric Motorised Projector Screen + Remote Control. Lowest ever price on Amazon - £73.98 - Sold by The Sports HQ

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Motorised Screen with good reviews. see blurb below. At the push of a button, transform your living room into the ultimate viewing studio.  This huge 120" HD electronic projector screen will rev… Read More
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Motorised Screen with good reviews. see blurb below.

At the push of a button, transform your living room into the ultimate viewing studio. 

This huge 120" HD electronic projector screen will revolutionise the way you and your family and friends watch sports, enjoy movies, play video games and whatever else you can imagine. 

This screen really will become the centre of attention. 

Homegear screens are made from an engineered three layer construction consisting of: a black PVC back, a terylene fabric middle layer and a matte white PVC top layer. This 3 layer construction and exposed black frame results in a richer and sharper picture quality that intensifies the watching experience. 

These screens are also suitable for use in offices, board rooms, schools and more. 

Features 

Huge 120" viewing area (266cm x 150cm) 

True 16:9 aspect ratio 

3cm black edge frames viewing area for maximum contrast 

High quality triple-layer screen 

Quiet and efficient motor exposes and hides your screen in seconds 

Suitable for regular, HD and 3D projectors 

Static, fire and mildew resistant 

Sizes / Dimensions 

Viewing size: 150cm x 266cm 

Screen housing length : 298cm 

Bottom rail length : 276cm 

Black border (left and right) : 3cm 

Package size (on delivery) : 310 x 152 x 14 cm 

Weight : 12.5kg 

Screen Material 

Matte white 1.2 gain screen that is washable with soap and water 

160° viewing angle perfect for residential or commercial use 

Other Information 

Compatible with all projectors (DLP, CRT, LCD, HD, 3D) 

Styrofoam packaging for added protection 

CE Certification 

RF remote control distance 25m
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7 Likes
Shoot I didn't realise you couldn't watch 3D and HD on a plain old screen
7 Likes
gstewart79
anyone know how well this works for high ceilings? ie am I going to sitting with head tilted right back to watch something or does it drop far enough that you can watch straight on when you have 19th century ceiling heights?

Er the dimensions are clearly listed. But um...congrats on living in a nice 19th century house, and all that.....
6 Likes
Sid Harper
Shoot I didn't realise you couldn't watch 3D and HD on a plain old screen
Liked that 'feature' as well. Fortunately I've already upgraded my wall to be 3D/HD/4K compatible by painting it white!

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2 Likes #1
anyone know how well this works for high ceilings? ie am I going to sitting with head tilted right back to watch something or does it drop far enough that you can watch straight on when you have 19th century ceiling heights?
3 Likes #2
I thought mounting your screen would come second. First you might want to check where you can get the best projection throw of 120".

gstewart79
anyone know how well this works for high ceilings? ie am I going to sitting with head tilted right back to watch something or does it drop far enough that you can watch straight on when you have 19th century ceiling heights?
7 Likes #3
Shoot I didn't realise you couldn't watch 3D and HD on a plain old screen
1 Like #4
Damn that's huge mine is 84" screen but there is a gap that isn't used so makes the projected 16:9 image of around 74" but it was free so can't complain.

Edited By: AJ92 on Sep 16, 2016 16:59: Edit
1 Like #5
I'm sure I bought for £55 on Amazon for same size motorised

edit

looks like its out of stock now but was this one:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00L8OB8KI/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Edited By: jaypee24 on Sep 16, 2016 12:56: update
7 Likes #6
gstewart79
anyone know how well this works for high ceilings? ie am I going to sitting with head tilted right back to watch something or does it drop far enough that you can watch straight on when you have 19th century ceiling heights?

Er the dimensions are clearly listed. But um...congrats on living in a nice 19th century house, and all that.....
#7
gstewart79
anyone know how well this works for high ceilings? ie am I going to sitting with head tilted right back to watch something or does it drop far enough that you can watch straight on when you have 19th century ceiling heights?

I have a 120" screen. I didn't realise how big it was going to be till I got it. I live in a 19th century home and unless you have a massively tall ceiling you won't be creaking your neck to see it
1 Like #8
I live in a victorian house as well, which has massively high ceilings (we still haven't replaced the last owners, admittedly very nice, curtains as they are so long they cost a small fortune to replace with anything of decent quality) & the only screen I could find with a long enough drop (without going for an expensive custom job), was the sapphire, it has an extended top border to allow for high ceilings.
2 Likes #9
gstewart79
anyone know how well this works for high ceilings? ie am I going to sitting with head tilted right back to watch something or does it drop far enough that you can watch straight on when you have 19th century ceiling heights?
bought one of these last year, you won't have a problem I doubt, I was able to get about 3-4 foot or black above the white of the screen when adjusting the allen key slot, thought I only really needed half a foot, it was fun getting it to all go back in.
6 Likes #10
Sid Harper
Shoot I didn't realise you couldn't watch 3D and HD on a plain old screen
Liked that 'feature' as well. Fortunately I've already upgraded my wall to be 3D/HD/4K compatible by painting it white!
#11
jaypee24
I'm sure I bought for £55 on Amazon for same size motorised
edit
looks like its out of stock now but was this one:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00L8OB8KI/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Yeah given what it is it shouldn't be that expensive; note current deal one is 16:9
#12
Great price, I take it the screen is battery powered?
#13
jaydeeuk1
Great price, I take it the screen is battery powered?


mains powered
2 Likes #14
if only a suitably good projector was just as cheap.
1 Like #15
It will be mains powered.

This seems cheap. I paid 300.00 for my Optoma and some of these screens cost 1000's.
I never use the remote. When I switch on the projector, the screen comes down.

I'd make sure this has a trigger input.
#16
When putting up this type of screen, it won't have mounts, attach a chain to either side of the screen. Drill two holes in the ceiling and attach the other end of the chain using large washers. You can then hoist it up.
#17
Gort1951
It will be mains powered.

This seems cheap. I paid 300.00 for my Optoma and some of these screens cost 1000's.
I never use the remote. When I switch on the projector, the screen comes down.

I'd make sure this has a trigger input.


Can I ask where you got your 12v trigger cable from? I've looked online and asked in shops but had no joy. I need one around 5 metres long.
#18
Mine came with the screen.

It's only a normal 3.5mm plug either end which you can get on ebay.
#19
I've not set up my old 92" manual screen in my new flat yet because the ceiling is too high. anyone got any diy ideas on how to mount it lower down about 1 meter from the ceiling and about 1.5 ft from the wall.

I was thinking maybe of installing a shelf all the way along the wall and reinforcing by putting a wooden block running along the back of the shelf all the way along

Edited By: badasschris on Sep 16, 2016 15:54
#20
Bought the 100" version of this 18 months ago for just over £100. On the whole been very happy with it but recently the edges have started to curl inwards. Seems a fairly common issue with projector screens but only noticeable if watching from a side angle. At this price it's a bargain!
#21
badasschris
I've not set up my old 92" manual screen in my new flat yet because the ceiling is too high. anyone got any diy ideas on how to mount it lower down about 1 meter from the ceiling and about 1.5 ft from the wall.
I was thinking maybe of installing a shelf all the way along the wall and reinforcing by putting a wooden block running along the back of the shelf all the way along
I can recommend the way I did it but I dunno how to upload an image.
#22
I would r
alexholmes71
Bought the 100" version of this 18 months ago for just over £100. On the whole been very happy with it but recently the edges have started to curl inwards. Seems a fairly common issue with projector screens but only noticeable if watching from a side angle. At this price it's a bargain!

Yeah, I would recommend a tab-tensioned screen for this reason. I have a 120" one off ebay that cost me something like £130.
1 Like #23
AJ92
badasschris
I've not set up my old 92" manual screen in my new flat yet because the ceiling is too high. anyone got any diy ideas on how to mount it lower down about 1 meter from the ceiling and about 1.5 ft from the wall.
I was thinking maybe of installing a shelf all the way along the wall and reinforcing by putting a wooden block running along the back of the shelf all the way along
I can recommend the way I did it but I dunno how to upload an image.
that would be cool if you could. you could just put the image here https://www.anony.ws/ if you dont have a google drive or photobucket etc account
1 Like #24
badasschris
AJ92
badasschris
I've not set up my old 92" manual screen in my new flat yet because the ceiling is too high. anyone got any diy ideas on how to mount it lower down about 1 meter from the ceiling and about 1.5 ft from the wall.
I was thinking maybe of installing a shelf all the way along the wall and reinforcing by putting a wooden block running along the back of the shelf all the way along
I can recommend the way I did it but I dunno how to upload an image.
that would be cool if you could. you could just put the image here https://www.anony.ws/ if you dont have a google drive or photobucket etc account
It's ruff but does the job. The gap is because I have my TV on Wall Mount so when the screen comes down it covers the TV.

https://www.anony.ws/image/N8Wx
https://www.anony.ws/image/N8WK
https://www.anony.ws/image/N8W6
https://www.anony.ws/image/N8WQ
2 Likes #25
Cold, not 4K.
#26
Gort1951
When putting up this type of screen, it won't have mounts, attach a chain to either side of the screen. Drill two holes in the ceiling and attach the other end of the chain using large washers. You can then hoist it up.

Eh? Do what?
2 Likes #27
FoxForce5
I live in a victorian house as well, which has massively high ceilings (we still haven't replaced the last owners, admittedly very nice, curtains as they are so long they cost a small fortune to replace with anything of decent quality) & the only screen I could find with a long enough drop (without going for an expensive custom job), was the sapphire, it has an extended top border to allow for high ceilings.
I think that's classed as a first world problem! :)

You have to love this blurb from the OP's post
This screen really will become the centre of attention
Stating the bleedin' obvious really, unless of course you have Lord Lucan riding a Unicorn and getting it to pull wheelies going on in another part of the room, but my guess is that you wouldn't buy a 120" screen if it wasn't supposed to be the centre of attention.

I voted hot by the way. :)
1 Like #28
i have same as this but 100 inch one, it is perfect i got 3 months ago from amazon for £85 , it works perfectly with my Acer H7550ST 1080p Full HD 3D Ready Short Throw DLP Projector, i feel like i am at the cinema, also i like watching in 3d ,this product is really good if someone wants to buy i decremented
1 Like #29
specialoffers
i have same as this but 100 inch one, it is perfect i got 3 months ago from amazon for £85 , it works perfectly with my Acer H7550ST 1080p Full HD 3D Ready Short Throw DLP Projector, i feel like i am at the cinema, also i like watching in 3d ,this product is really good if someone wants to buy i decremented

How hard are these to setup?
Would love one in my house but always wondered if playing a movie or ps4 how many wires and how i would set everything up.

Got a 51 plasma but with being around 12foot from the screen feels smaller than I would like.

Would i need to start drill8ng and feeding loads of wires theough roof etc or are they easy to do? Ive not really done much DIY and live in rented property so couldnt really start putting holes everywhere
#30
dcmcquade
Sid Harper
Shoot I didn't realise you couldn't watch 3D and HD on a plain old screen
Liked that 'feature' as well. Fortunately I've already upgraded my wall to be 3D/HD/4K compatible by painting it white!


That's so 2015. HDR is where its at
#31
alexholmes71
Bought the 100" version of this 18 months ago for just over £100. On the whole been very happy with it but recently the edges have started to curl inwards. Seems a fairly common issue with projector screens but only noticeable if watching from a side angle. At this price it's a bargain!
I've had my screen for years and it has not curled, that is what happens when you buy these cheap Chinese screens.
#32
elbow777
Gort1951
When putting up this type of screen, it won't have mounts, attach a chain to either side of the screen. Drill two holes in the ceiling and attach the other end of the chain using large washers. You can then hoist it up.
Eh? Do what?
Large screens like these are difficult to install if they don't have a mount system. My first screen did not so I hoisted it up with chains before fixing to the ceiling.
#33
Does anybody know if it is possible to repair the surface of projector screens, please?

I got an insect crushed on mine and tried to wipe it off but the reflective surface came off and there is now a dull patch in one corner. It happened about four years ago and I have had several Google expeditions since trying to find a solution without any joy.
#34
What's a decent budget projector to go with this? 1080p or 4K.
1 Like #35
titchyyyyy
What's a decent budget projector to go with this? 1080p or 4K.

Epson TW5210, bit high at the moment but I got mine on amazon for 370 a few months back, great projector and does go down in price quite often.
2 Likes #36
I've got this and it's very good - makes me wonder even more what could be the difference in a screen that costs 10 times as much. Maybe a bit prettier I suppose.

Only minor gripe is it's an RF control, not IR, so my Harmony remote can't control it. I expect a signal converter/repeater is available but for now I still use the separate remote.

Great for family cinema nights and huge Lego gaming!
1 Like #37
londonstinks
titchyyyyy
What's a decent budget projector to go with this? 1080p or 4K.
Epson TW5210, bit high at the moment but I got mine on amazon for 370 a few months back, great projector and does go down in price quite often.
What's the fan noise like on modern projectors - similar to a games console/ desktop PC or is it the full hair dryer experience?
#38
captainbeaky
londonstinks
titchyyyyy
What's a decent budget projector to go with this? 1080p or 4K.
Epson TW5210, bit high at the moment but I got mine on amazon for 370 a few months back, great projector and does go down in price quite often.
What's the fan noise like on modern projectors - similar to a games console/ desktop PC or is it the full hair dryer experience?
If you live near Heathrow, I don't think you will notice the 25 or so db emitted from these things.
1 Like #39
captainbeaky
londonstinks
titchyyyyy
What's a decent budget projector to go with this? 1080p or 4K.
Epson TW5210, bit high at the moment but I got mine on amazon for 370 a few months back, great projector and does go down in price quite often.
What's the fan noise like on modern projectors - similar to a games console/ desktop PC or is it the full hair dryer experience?

Can only speak for mine, it has two settings, Full or Eco. Full is loud but not hairdryer loud! Eco is extremely quiet, mine sits about 50cm above my head and I can barely hear it in Eco mode, which just reduces the brightness a bit.

You can always ceiling mount if it's too loud for you, to get the fan a bit out of the way.
#40
AJ92
badasschris
AJ92
badasschris
I've not set up my old 92" manual screen in my new flat yet because the ceiling is too high. anyone got any diy ideas on how to mount it lower down about 1 meter from the ceiling and about 1.5 ft from the wall.
I was thinking maybe of installing a shelf all the way along the wall and reinforcing by putting a wooden block running along the back of the shelf all the way along
I can recommend the way I did it but I dunno how to upload an image.
that would be cool if you could. you could just put the image here https://www.anony.ws/ if you dont have a google drive or photobucket etc account
It's ruff but does the job. The gap is because I have my TV on Wall Mount so when the screen comes down it covers the TV.https://www.anony.ws/image/N8Wxhttps://www.anony.ws/image/N8WKhttps://www.anony.ws/image/N8W6https://www.anony.ws/image/N8WQ
Damn maybe that site only hosts for a short time but none of the links work for me. Sounds exactly what I want to do though as I'll be covering the tv with the screen.

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