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It is not a case of any white surface will do. When using a video projector is important to use a good quality projection screen designed to suit the environment. Some screens offer a flat white screen, which gives medium reflectivity and wide viewing angles, while others offer highly reflective surfaces with a narrower viewing angle but these are also susceptible to ambient light. Apart from the size, other options such as free-standing, built-in or motorised are other things to consider. While there is a wide choice, most of the screens are imported into New Zealand and some of the costs reflect this, because large screens are expensive to ship around the world.

Da-Lite Fixed, manual and motorised front projection screens.
Draper Inc. Free-standing, fixed, manual and motorised front projection screens.
Ivojo Manual, electric and tab-tensioned projection screens.
SmartHome Motorised front projection screens.
Stewart Filmscreen Corporation Fixed, retractable and masking screens.

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