Projector installation from Multimedia Tech is prevalent in many settings when you need to reach a crowd or a small group of people; Multimedia Tech is the one to turn to implement any of your audiovisual needs.
We have been in business for many years, doing custom electronics installations, and it so happens that projector installation is one of our most requested services.
Our approach to projector and screen installations is precise in that we address the needs of our residential and corporate clients according to their scope, magnitude, and budget.
No job is too big or too small.
We are more than prepared to accommodate modest and opulent clients alike.
Enhance Your Entertainment Experience
If you would like to indulge your craving for bold, big-screen entertainment at home, choose a projector screen installation, which will enhance your entertainment experience – presenting movies, sports and video games like you’ve never seen before.
Many projectors are so powerful that they generate a full spectrum of spectacular, true-to-life colors.
You will experience every nuance of your favorite shows, sports, and games.
Bring the power of the 3D right to your living room and immerse yourself in eye-popping 3D adventures.
With a projector and screen installation, it will be much easier to entertain your family and friends with a true-to-life cinematic experience.
We Carry All Projector Brands
There are many brand-name companies today that manufacture fantastic projector equipment with a myriad of functions and specifications.
Companies like Epson, Sony, Mitsubishi, Dell, Casio, Hitachi, Optoma, BenQ, ViewSonic, Vivitek, Panasonic, and others offer fabulous quality LCD, DLP, LED, SXRD, and other projectors.
Resolution ranges from 800×600 to 1920×1200, brightness from 500-1000 lumen to over 4000 lumen.
They can also be pocket or portable and can weigh from 2.4 lbs to over 160 pounds.
Multimedia Tech’s knowledgeable staff will be able to help you choose the best projector and screen installation for your space and needs.
There are also many different types of projector screens on the market today.
When you think of a large screen onto which a moving image (video) or still image is projected, a movie theater comes to mind.
In a movie theater, a large screen is permanently fixated on a wall.
A projector screen consists of a screen and a support structure.
Its function is to display large imagery for an audience, like students in a lecture hall or employees in a conference room.
Fixed, Semi-Permanent or Mobile
Projector screens are made to be permanent (fixed), semi-permanent, or mobile.
They can also be curved or flat screens.
They can be erected vertically or hung on the wall.
The surface colors of this image displaying equipment are usually pure white, grey, or off-white.
Multimedia Tech certified experts could assist you in picking the right fit for your projector and screen installation.
Today, the market offers a wide range of projector screens, such as front projector screens, rear projection screens, manual projection screens, and electric projector screens.
The most commonly used are Front Projector Screens.
They are made from vinyl in white or grey color.
Opaque surfaces don’t allow the light to pass through them, which makes these highly reflective devices to be the best choice for displaying both still images and motion pictures.
Front projection screens are very flexible, durable, light, portable, and cost-effective.
Rear Projection Screens
Another kind of screen is Rear Projection Screens, which do allow light to pass through them. These particular devices usually have light grey or black surfaces.
They are used for indoor and outdoor projection purposes.
In these types of uses, the projector is situated behind the screen instead of its front.
Also, the space between the screen and the projector must be dark to attain the highest quality picture, and the rear projection screen should be used during the night.
Motorized Projection Screens
Motorized projection screens are also trendy.
They are operated by remote control or wired switches, using retraction and drop mode.
They also can be called electric projector screens.
The screen is dropped and raised with the help of an electric motor.
Available in tensioned and non-tensioned versions, motorized projection screens are very useful in home and business settings equally, as they are easy to operate and preserve the aesthetics of the room by being hidden when not in use.
Manual Screens – Pull Down
Last but not least are screens with manual operation set up.
They are just like window shades, can be pulled down by hand, and will go up with another tug. Most likely, they are mounted on the walls.
The very inexpensive ones are non-tensioned manual projection screens.
The downside to them is that they can easily be moved by a sudden flow of air, which can cause a disturbance.
So if you need to use them indoors, they will be perfect, because the airflow is limited or non-existent there.
Home cinema has always been about recreating the big-screen experience in your living room, so contact Multimedia Tech’s experts and request a projector and screen installation for your full cinematic bliss in your home.