Outdoor Projector Screens – How I Chose The Right Projector Screen For My Family

There are two different types of projectors which are Digital Light Processing ( DLP) Projectors and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Projectors.

Digital Light Processing DLP Technology is being used in many creative and innovative ways all over the world by leading manufacturers.

Both these types of outdoor projector screens have their benefits and drawbacks. The main advantage of buying a Digital Light Processing (DLP) Projector is not having to change a dust filter that the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Projector features. The coloring images seem to be a bit darker on a DLP Projector although there is no huge difference in quality in our viewpoint. Video projector is a term used for projectors which are usually equipped with XGA Resolution 1024×768 or higher. The phrase video projector may be used for the concept of any projector.

Outdoor Projector screens come in a number of different styles:

Electric  Projector Screens: Screens that can be managed by remote control or perhaps by an electric wall switch. The electric switch allow you to raise and lower the screen. They work well with electric projectors that work with TV or laptop. They work great for watching movies downloaded onto your laptop or from a DVD.

Pull Down Projector Screens: Screens that are manually pulled up and down by a pull cord. They are easy to use and install and are used in situation where they need to be in a fixed location to be used when needed.

Tripod  Projector Screens: These outdoor projector screens tend to be transportable and have three legs that can be engaged and disengaged for quick and hassle-free setup.

Fixed  Frame Screens: These screens are fixed wall screens that you can hang on the wall. These screens are commonly used in the home theater screen arena.

Home Theater Screens: Typically home movie screens are usually electric, manual or fixed wall. The element ratio on a home theater screen is 16:9 which a rectangular shape shape is. The 4:3 element ratio screens are used a great deal in the business industry which is more like a square shape.

Fast Fold Screens: Transportable outdoor projector screens mattes that are affixed to a metal frame that can be put together with increased stability compared to tripod screens.

Theater Screens: These types of screens come in a floor mounted case which are pulled upward and are attached to a rod. These screens are great for business presentations.

Recessed Screens: This type of screen is an electric screen that is embedded in a ceiling and is concealed behind doors that open and close.

Outdoor Screens: These are inflatable projector screens that are blown up with an air compressor and are held up by stakes.

If you opt for an indoor home theater or if you live in a region where  you experience cold winters and would like an indoor theater for the cold winter months then you need to set up your indoor home theater with proper home theater lighting as this will enhance the way you view movies.    You will be able to install comfortable and properly arranged home theater seating to make you and your family comfortable.

Your overall home theater decor will add comfort and style to your overall home theater setting.

Once you have chosen the right outdoor projector screen you will then need to ensure you are using the correct outdoor projector find one that will give great images for the best movie viewing experience.