Perfectly complement to any home cinema set up
The manual slow retract screen has a unique locking semi-auto retraction system, superior fabric quality, and easy mounting brackets. Built with quality and longevity in mind, the Sapphire Slow Retract range offer a higher quality product at rock bottom prices.
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The screen has been designed with a contemporary, minimalist style and will perfectly complement any home cinema setting however is sturdy enough for the frequent use within the educational and corporate sector.
The black borders add contrast increasing the perceived quality of the projected image. The screens are supplied with an extra black border on the upper side of the screen to ensure that the screen can be positioned at optimal viewing height. If this border is not required, the simplistic pull-out system locks the screen at every desired viewing height allowing you to chose whether or not to display this, a feature normally only found with electric projector screens.
The heavy-duty spring roller ensures that the screen fabric rolls effortlessly in and out of the casing, and is manufactured complete with a weighted bar to ensure the screen fabric is kept taut. A pull handle is integrated into a weighted bar.
The white casing is designed with integrated mounting points so the screen can be wall or ceiling mounted flush without the need for additional brackets.
Across our website, particularly in the projector and projector screen categories, you will see us referencing the aspect ratio.
Aspect ratios are one of the most important aspects to consider when choosing a projector screen, yet, it can be a confusing concept which requires more explanation.
Hopefully what we detail here will help you understand the difference between them and allow you to make an informed decision about which screen is best for you.
Aspect ratio refers to the width to the length dimension of a picture. If you want the perfect picture when using your projector and screen, you need to make sure you're using the correct aspect ratio....
- 4:3 Is mainly used for office and education use when projecting from a Laptop or PC.
- 16:9 is best for home cinema use, watching movies and video games.
- 16:10 Is for both business and home use when projecting from a Laptop, PC, Sky etc.
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Suitable for wall, ceiling mount or ceiling hang. The channel fix brackets allow you to slide horizontally along the back of the channel to make installation simple.
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