Solutions for private customers

Projecting in bright rooms

Projecting in bright rooms is often a challenge. Especially if a projector does not provide the necessary light output. In bright meeting rooms, lecture halls and classrooms, shielding against daylight is either not possible or not an option.


Therefore, bright projectors are required that can also display a good projection image in rooms that are not sufficiently dark. With a suitable projector screen that supports the projection, you can still project a good image. However, if the room is too bright for projection, you can resort to a high brightness display.


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  • AV expertise from more than 15 years of professional B2B consultancy
  • Extensive partner network of established service providers and manufacturers
  • Excellent customer support
  • Fast project handling

Solutions for bright rooms

We offer the following solution variants for bright conference rooms of any room size. 


Projector and screen for bright rooms

  • suitable for small to large rooms
  • Projection surfaces up to 4 metres wide possible
  • discreet, space-saving integration in the room
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Light output

12,000 lumens (minimum) for LCD projectors and 13,000 lumens (minimum) for DLP projectors for a screen width of approximately three metres in a barely darkened room.
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Image resolution

Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) in 16:9 format or WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) in 16:10 format.
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Ceiling mounting via ceiling bracket. Since bright projectors are usually larger and heavier than conventional projectors, it is important to ensure that the ceiling mount has sufficient load-bearing capacity.

Expert Tip:

Avoid direct incidence of light on the projection surface. No projector, no matter how bright it is, will be able to outshine direct sunlight. In bright light conditions in the room, a high-contrast screen may be a solution for a low-contrast image in conjunction with a bright projector.


Bright displays

  • well suited for small to large rooms with strong incidence of light
  • almost insensitive to light
  • no maintenance costs
  • free positioning in the room possible (optional roller stand)
  • interactive work possible
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Light output

Display brightness from approx. 800 nits for bright rooms with artificial light or daylight. If there is a strong incidence of light from outside, directly on the display, you can use displays with 1000 nits and more.
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Image resolution

At least Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) up to a screen diagonal of 65".
4K (3,840 x 2,160) from 65" upwards.
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Wall mounting using a display bracket or mounting on the optional rolling stand.

Expert Tip:

When positioning the display, make sure that the frame or the display itself does not reflect too much. This is unpleasant for the audience and for people who may be working on an interactive display.


Quality audio components

  • optimum sound quality
  • high performance
  • Wall mounting / recessed wall mounting / recessed ceiling mounting / recessed ceiling mounting
  • visually appealing design
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A large seminar room, a meeting room, a small classroom or even an impressive high-end home cinema. Every room has its own requirements for audio components. In addition to the electrical power handling capacity, the efficiency of a loudspeaker is important. Efficiency indicates in decibels how loud a loudspeaker is at one watt at a distance of one metre.
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Sound quality

Two speaker combinations are common in home and professional use. Complete soundbars combine all speakers in one cabinet. They reproduce the full spectrum of an audio signal within their frequency range. Modular systems each transmit a separate frequency range. This results in countless possibilities (e.g. tweeter/midrange units + bass unit). The quality of the speakers, the frequency range, their arrangement and placement are decisive for optimal sound quality.
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The operability is adapted to your needs. Audio systems can either be tailored to a specific room situation or adapted to changing situations. This results in very different requirements for the control of an audio installation. This is done centrally via a permanently installed control panel, via several end devices via app or via comprehensive media control.

Expert Tip:

A high-quality audio setup is important! The human brain combines visual and auditory sensory stimuli. The playback quality of an audio system enhances the listener's perception and increases overall intelligibility.

Our daylight projector highlights

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