Buy projector screens online from the experts!

When it is about the best possible picture quality, a wallpapered or painted room wall is not enough. This is due to the nature and physical properties of projection surfaces.


A projector screen is made of special material with a fine structure. It focuses the projected light and reflects it back. You get the best quality from well-known manufacturers such as celexon, Projecta and DELUXX.

Gain factor: The light guide

Before you buy a screen, pay attention to the gain factor (luminance factor). This is given as a reflection value. The gain factor of a projector screen determines how much and, above all, in what quality you see the projected image.

Screen format: 1:1, 4:3 or 16:9?

The screen format usually depends on the output format of the projector.


16:9 format

The popular 16:9 format is best suited for projectors with Full HD, HD ready and 4K (3840 x 2160) resolutions. These image resolutions correspond to the 16:9 aspect ratio. The projection surface of the screen is completely filled by the projected image.

16:10 format

Screens with a 16:10 aspect ratio are also available. The screen size here corresponds to the format-filling WXGA resolution and the WUXGA resolution.

1:1 and 4:3 format

Screen formats 1:1 and 4:3 are also still popular. The advantage here is that the projection image on the screen can be adjusted to the room height. In addition, a screen in 1:1 format is still interesting for overhead projectors.

Projector screen types: Installation or mobile screens

The type of screen you choose depends on the space available, the purpose of use and the characteristics of the room and walls. Installation screens are designed for fixed installation on the wall or ceiling. They are suitable for both business and home cinema users. Mobile projector screens are ideal if you are on the road a lot - whether for presentations, lectures, training or workshops.

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Installation screens: Firm and durable

Stationary screens often offer both mounting options: Wall mounting or ceiling mounting. If you have a room with a large wall surface, a frame screen is optimal.

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Mobile screens: Ready to use everywhere

Are you looking for a projector screen for meetings in changing rooms within your company? Then opt for a mobile projection screen. Mobile projector screens, such as tripod screens, can be set up and taken down quickly. 

You can also enjoy the advantages of mobile screens at home: Spend cosy evenings in the garden with your favourite series or watch a football match together with your friends on the patio.

Screens for ceiling installation: discreet and easy

A projection screen embedded directly in the ceiling is the most elegant mounting solution: When rolled up, it is hardly noticeable and can be conveniently extended at the touch of a button when needed. 

If a recessed ceiling screen is located in front of a window front in an office, for example, it can be rolled up after use. This means that daylight is not permanently obscured by the screen. 

There are three variants of screen control available for you to choose from: 


Wall switch

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Remote control

With a ceiling installation set, you receive all the components required for ceiling installation.

Modes of operation

You can operate these projection screens either by hand or electrically via a built-in motor: 

Screen accessories: More options for easy operation

In our range of accesories you will find suitable brackets (e.g. ceiling and wall brackets) as well as additional operating and control elements such as trigger kits und projection screen remote controls, that offer you more convenience. 

For safe transport of your projection screen, we also offer soft cases for tripod screens.

The right screen in 3 steps


2. Available space

How much space and which wall is available?

The decisive factors here are: the projector model and the room size. Our projection distance calculator will calculate a suitable distance and format of the screen for you.


3. Room brightness

Can you dim the room?

  • Yes: Gain factor 1.0 to 1.5 
  • No: Gain factor above 1.5 

Screens with a higher gain factor only slightly amplify the projection light. A bright projector with at least 3,000 ANSI lumens is still required.

Custom built screens

With a custom-made screen, you determine the fabric size, housing colour and additional screen properties. You get the best quality from well-known manufacturers such as celexon and DELUXX.

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