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Pull down projector screen (also called retractable projector screen) is a flexible product and ideal for versatile setups. Having the projector screen pulled down and the room is a TV/video room. If the screen is fully retracted, it is completely out of sight, and the room can be used for other purposes.
Let’s have a look at more benefits of using a pull down projector screen, the different types available in the Australian market today and the average cost of the product.
The motorized version of the pull down projector screen makes the operation of the screen a lot easier. Good model will memorize optimal positions set by the user previously, so you do not need to try to find the best viewing angle every time you want to use the screen.
Basic motorized pull down screens will come with a remote control, but more sophisticated screens will come with an APP, so you operate using your tablet or phone.
Performance wise, both manual and motorized pull down screen will be the same. Obviously, the motorized version will be more expensive.
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When using a pull down projector screen, there are a few features that are important, so the user can have a positive experience using the product. Here they are:
It is not only about projector screens. If you are into creating video content, creating the right background makes the whole difference in your video quality. The way to achieve that is to use a green screen in the background, so you can edit the image as you like without any interference. TecnoTools offers green pull down green screens.
When you do not have a dedicated room for your projector, or you need to take the projector to different places, you just cannot have a ceiling or wall mounted projector screen. For applications like this, you need a pull down projector screen with a tripod.
The performance of the screen will be the same. However, portable screens to be used with a tripod tend to be limited in sizes, normally they are not larger than 100”. So if you need a screen larger than that, a tripod might not be the best option for you.