VonHaus 90-Inch Self Locking Manual Projector Screen - White... £39.98 including delivery @ Domu/Amazon
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VonHaus 90-Inch Self Locking Manual Projector Screen - White... £39.98 including delivery @ Domu/Amazon

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Found 16th Oct 2015
Very tempted by this.. good reviews and lowest price it has ever been (inc delivery) according to our friends over at camelcamelcamel.

90" Self Locking HDTV Ready Projector Screen - Suitable for Wall or Ceiling Mounting
16:9 Aspect Ratio
1.1 Gain Rating for Low light Reflection - Matt White Screen with Black Edging for Improved Contrast Ratio
Viewing Area (W) 200cm x (H) 112cm
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No,this baby is 4K ready and rumour is it will do 8k!
great price, I just painted the wall (off white) and it does the job I need for my BenQ 3d projector.
Vestel?
InTheKnow444

great price, I just painted the wall (off white) and it does the job I … great price, I just painted the wall (off white) and it does the job I need for my BenQ 3d projector.



Yep, I had an off white wall too for my w1070 but since we have moved some furniture around I need to be able to extend a screen from the ceiling in front of the TV which is now sitting in front of my projector walI. At this price I think it's OK for the job!
Good price for what it is - tempted to upgrade from my Dunelm blackout blind!
90" is too small for the optoma Hd141xe.

Mine is 100 inches.
Front or rear projection?
Looking for a screen. Read somewhere that its best to go for glass bead ones? Anyone have any opinion on this?
Glass beaded ones can reflect more light, which can be good. However they are also prone to sparkling and hot spotting, especially the cheaper ones.
I'm not a real expert but am in the market for a screen at the moment so have been doing a lot of reseach.

Your viewing environment along with the projector are the main factors when getting a screen from what I've learned.
Typical lounge with light walls and ceiling? Probably want a grey screen or ambient light rejecting.
Got a dark 'batcave'? Nice flat white screen.
Shame it's black when closed, will make it rather a dominant feature on the ceiling!
I do not see any extra black at the top of the screen fabric. If not this means you would want to mount it a bit down from the ceiling. Otherwise the picture may be a bit high. Something to bear in mind.
Have this one with 141xe does the job for me;)
Thanks. Been on my wishlist for a while. Now just need to get a projector. oO
BenQ W1080ST+ seems more convenient but it's a bit expensive compared to the Optoma HD141X.
Any recommendations?
Edited by: "Hedja" 16th Oct 2015
Hedja

Thanks. Been on my wishlist for a while. Now just need to get a … Thanks. Been on my wishlist for a while. Now just need to get a projector. oOBenQ W1080ST+ seems more convenient but it's a bit expensive compared to the Optoma HD141X.Any recommendations?



Benq W1070+.. Bought one last week and it's very good picture even in Ecomode does run a little warm but then most projectors do
Do IKEA still sell their white Black-out blinds? - I used to use one of these as a projector screen and it was only £20ish for a 2m wide screen.
my boys use a white black out blind for CoD works very well
UniversalDave

Benq W1070+.. Bought one last week and it's very good picture even in … Benq W1070+.. Bought one last week and it's very good picture even in Ecomode does run a little warm but then most projectors do



Was just looking at it now. The W1080st+ doesn't have vertical lens shift by the looks of it while the W1070+ does. While it's not short throw, I'll be able to place it on top of a wardrobe, out of the way. Looks like I'll be getting that.
I bought a 90" pull up projector screen as living in rental property- the picture looks great on it. In the Summer carted it into the garden and watched films outside on a few evenings.
The good thing with a pull-up (tripod supported) screen is I am able to adjust the vertical height quite easily- so that when watching freeview/16:9 content the whole screen area is filled.
If I put on a Blu Ray or stream a film that is presented in the wider cinema format (usually 21:9) which results in black bars top/bottom on a 16:9 widescreen- I can just adjust the screen to eliminate them
baz84

Yep, I had an off white wall too for my w1070 but since we have moved … Yep, I had an off white wall too for my w1070 but since we have moved some furniture around I need to be able to extend a screen from the ceiling in front of the TV which is now sitting in front of my projector walI. At this price I think it's OK for the job!



I did the same when I remodelled my living room,couldn't make it a bat cave but movie night is great with lights off and blinds closed. My screen set up: youtube.com/wat…M9s
Edited by: "Peterzx6r" 17th Oct 2015
Peterzx6r

I did the same when I remodelled my living room,couldn't make it a bat … I did the same when I remodelled my living room,couldn't make it a bat cave but movie night is great with lights off and blinds closed. My screen set up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWBeY5-TM9s



Nice!
InTheKnow444

great price, I just painted the wall (off white) and it does the job I … great price, I just painted the wall (off white) and it does the job I need for my BenQ 3d projector.



you should of looked on avforums for proper home cinema setups a dark matte colour is best for a projector.

in fact to do it right the whole room should be customised to suit a projector. that is why i will probably never own a projector. too much of a enthusiast and it has to be done right or not at all.

the reason why i still own a panny plasma.
Hedja

Thanks. Been on my wishlist for a while. Now just need to get a … Thanks. Been on my wishlist for a while. Now just need to get a projector. oOBenQ W1080ST+ seems more convenient but it's a bit expensive compared to the Optoma HD141X.Any recommendations?



I have this projector and can't fault it..but make sure you do the calculation for projection distance as this projector is short throw with no vertical image shift. Also make sure you read manual and run projector on optimal lamp life setting default configuration is high contrast (can't recall exact name) setting which kills the lamp very fast.
Edited by: "anupam" 17th Oct 2015
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90" is too small for the optoma Hd141xe.Mine is 100 inches.


Depends on distance, and you can use the zoom controls as needed (on projector and menu)
I have a 141x
Just received a cancellation notice for my order! Anyone else in the same boat?
sillychip

Just received a cancellation notice for my order! Anyone else in the same … Just received a cancellation notice for my order! Anyone else in the same boat?



Ironically I tried to cancel my order but they said it was too late - still on it's way to me.
rd3d2

Ironically I tried to cancel my order but they said it was too late - … Ironically I tried to cancel my order but they said it was too late - still on it's way to me.


lol Like a fool I bought a projector albeit a mini one thinking I had the screen in the bag!
Edited by: "sillychip" 21st Oct 2015
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