If someone is interested in setting up a home theatre, they’re going to want a large screen. Giant TVs can be expensive, and may not be the best option when setting up a home theatre.

Mdbebbron 120 inch Projection Screen

Instead, by using a projector and a projection screen, you can get a large picture in HD quality without spending nearly as much money. While the quality of the projector is important, the quality of the projection screen is just as crucial for having a crisp image.

The Mdbebbron 120 inch projection screen has numerous features that set it apart from other screens, and can be set up in a number of ways, making it ideal for just about any home theatre setup.

First comes the picture quality. This screen supports the standard 16:9 resolution, which is used in almost all computer monitors and projectors nowadays. This means that this screen can support 1080p resolutions, and even as high as 4K resolutions, both of which will give you a clean, crisp picture.

There are a few other qualities that this projection screen has that contribute to a better image quality. One part of it is that it absorbs light very well. Cheaper screens can let some light through, so the projected image ends up looking faded and the colors aren’t as vibrant.

This screen is thick and takes on the light very well, letting hardly any pass through. The screen material itself helps in a lot of ways. When it’s fully extended, it almost looks locked into the shape of a rectangle, giving it that exact shape like you’d see on a computer monitor.

Lesser projection screens have fabric that’s almost elastic, so when you really try to fully extend it, it ends up looking uneven and web-like. This is both unappealing and distracting.

The screen itself is crease resistant, something that many projection screens don’t have. This means that if you fold up and stow this projection screen for awhile, when you unfold it, it won’t have any creases left in it, so the picture quality will remain intact.

Other projection screens can crumple and crease up, leaving noticeable lines in the image. This projection screen can be set up in a number of ways to suit your needs. It can be mounted on the wall with the wall hooks, which are included, and keep the whole screen under tension ensuring the best possible quality. However, it can also be mounted with conventional nails, or to a PVC stand with the included rope.


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