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AmazonBasics 100 inch (254 cm) Manual Pull Down Projector Screen 4K / 8K Ultra HDR 3D Ready (16:9) - £62.36 @ Amazon
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AmazonBasics 100 inch (254 cm) Manual Pull Down Projector Screen 4K / 8K Ultra HDR 3D Ready (16:9) - £62.36 @ Amazon

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AmazonBasics 100 inch (254 cm) Manual Pull Down Projector Screen 4K / 8K Ultra HDR 3D Ready (16:9) - £62.36 @ Amazon
Posted 16th Sep 2020
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Pull-down projector screen ideal for indoor movies, video games, work presentations, promotional content, and more
Easily mount to the wall or suspend from the ceiling with provided hardware
Auto-locking mechanism allows you to adjust screen height; built-in pull-down lanyard
Convenient, space-saving design that can be retracted and hidden from view when not in use
Crisp, clear picture quality for 4K/8K Ultra HD, Active 3D, and HDR-ready video; 180 degree viewing angle
Durable construction that lasts; wipe down with a damp cloth for easy clean up
Product information 100 inch
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these are rubbish. i bought one and there's no picture on it. it's just all white. fine if you like videos of white things in the snow, but no good for watching anything else
Well I'm glad it's 8K ready and 180 degree viewing angle
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Well I'm glad it's 8K ready and 180 degree viewing angle
eggmanpete16/09/2020 17:27

Well I'm glad it's 8K ready and 180 degree viewing angle


I find by mounting a colinder on the wall behind the screen its possible to get greater than 180 degrees coverage. I have not found a way of enhancing the 8k capabilities however.
these are rubbish. i bought one and there's no picture on it. it's just all white. fine if you like videos of white things in the snow, but no good for watching anything else
Does this support Dolby Vision as well as HDR10?
uni16/09/2020 17:53

these are rubbish. i bought one and there's no picture on it. it's just …these are rubbish. i bought one and there's no picture on it. it's just all white. fine if you like videos of white things in the snow, but no good for watching anything else


Sounds all white to me.
eggmanpete16/09/2020 17:27

Well I'm glad it's 8K ready and 180 degree viewing angle


2ponbackofhead16/09/2020 17:40

I find by mounting a colinder on the wall behind the screen its possible …I find by mounting a colinder on the wall behind the screen its possible to get greater than 180 degrees coverage. I have not found a way of enhancing the 8k capabilities however.


I think I can squeeze 9k out of it with some overclocking and some extra cooling.
Probably have to lower the voltage throughput slightly too tho.
...... not forgetting to close the curtains.
Analogue plus mono compatible too.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 16th Sep
uni16/09/2020 17:53

these are rubbish. i bought one and there's no picture on it. it's just …these are rubbish. i bought one and there's no picture on it. it's just all white. fine if you like videos of white things in the snow, but no good for watching anything else


Comment of the week. Well done Sir (or madam).
Hi I'm looking for a basic set up of a screen and projector - any tips or advice would be most welcome. Just for watching movies with the kids or the odd footie match, decent but not crazy expensive. I contacted Richer sounds and they've quoted over £1300 which is way out of my budget. Any expert help and reccomendations would be great please? Cheers Sharon
Shaz14117/09/2020 13:18

Hi I'm looking for a basic set up of a screen and projector - any tips or …Hi I'm looking for a basic set up of a screen and projector - any tips or advice would be most welcome. Just for watching movies with the kids or the odd footie match, decent but not crazy expensive. I contacted Richer sounds and they've quoted over £1300 which is way out of my budget. Any expert help and reccomendations would be great please? Cheers Sharon


Im not expert, but
1) What kind of room will you be using it? If it's living room with windows (even if they are closed) and white walls&ceiling, you need expensive ALR screen (ambient light rejection). If you have real blackened movie room, a good quality basic white one will probably do. ALR screens are usually dark. They can cost almost 1000€. You can try to do it yourself to make it cheaper.
2) You need long distance from projector to screen. Are you planning to get old school projector or UST (ultra short throw) (laser) projector? Those need very stable and flat screen.
3. With that budget you aren't going to get real 4K (over 5000£) or even "fake" 4K (which is pretty good). You should get the best 1080p projector for image quality, like deep blacks. Would be better to get it used.
-Sorry for my english
Hi thanks for taking the time to reply, really appreciate bit! The room is a kind of snug, no windows so should be fine. It's about 3 meters from the wall to where the projector will be.
Don't know much about UST but you've given me something to look into. Cheers 😁
Shaz14117/09/2020 13:18

Hi I'm looking for a basic set up of a screen and projector - any tips or …Hi I'm looking for a basic set up of a screen and projector - any tips or advice would be most welcome. Just for watching movies with the kids or the odd footie match, decent but not crazy expensive. I contacted Richer sounds and they've quoted over £1300 which is way out of my budget. Any expert help and reccomendations would be great please? Cheers Sharon


I got a 720p projector on eBay brand new at @ £150 bout 4 year ago, high lumens,dam did I do my research, im able to get 110inch viewing on my living room painted white smooth wall,I loved it,&blows away all my mates when they see, but like everything,it's a faze that doesn't last,even though my projector is good in day light, a tv is just so much better picture quality,I got from richer sounds (6year warranty) 65inch 4k Philips ambient light TV,30 watts, which is loud for me as normally only have up 2 3rd the way,I'm in love& every moment I watch TV in my house is a cinema experience, 65inch takes a good couple weeks getting used to, if you know the size your going for on your wall, a possible 85inch maybe, look at the prices there, mind a tv is better & with richer sounds 6year warranty,you just can't beat it, a 4k TV will be cheaper than a 4k projector,plus you won't have to pay for a stand , etc
Hi thanks so much for the advice, really appreciate it. I know what you mean re novelty factor but me and the kids have our heart set on it for regular movie nights I'll keep looking for offers on the projector but when I need a new TV I have noticed the ambilight ones Cheers
I got this Projector have to say I'm delighted with it thanks OP
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