TV Cabinets and Projector Screens can Improve Your Viewing Experience

Most individuals, couples and families have a relatively comfortable audio visual setup in the home, including large televisions, sound systems, gaming consoles and DVD players. Having an enjoyable space to watch the latest movie at home or listen to some of your favourite tracks has become a standard necessity in today’s modern world.

The range of audio-visual accessories, add ons and products available today is continually evolving and expanding. There are 2 primary items available for your home entertainment setup that you may not have thought of, or that you may have put off until you require an upgrade.

Projector Screen

A projector screen may include a stand, or support structure, and a projector surface for which an image can be projected onto for viewing. If you’ve ever visited the cinema to see a movie, you would have watched it on a giant projector surface. Projectors and Screens for home use are now very competitive and do not cost a fortune like they did 10 years ag


Building a Home Theatre? Learn About These Projector Screen Basics

“What’s a Good HD Screen?”…… When the wall won’t cut it!

There’s no such thing as a High Definition screen! A screen won’t make the image look any better if the source is inferior in the first place. Having said that, there is no way you can experience the full glory of HD if the device can’t project sharp images because the screen is of poor quality.

A good screen for ‘TrueHD’/’HD’/’3D’/’Blu-ray’ or ‘4K’ for that matter, (any signal really) requires a well matched reflectivity (or ‘gain’). This depends on your room. Brighter rooms need higher reflectivity (or higher gain) which diminishes the viewing angle, where as a darker room will be able to have a greater viewing angle and better blacks with a lower gain screen, saving money and getting as good or better results as a higher gain screen.