Projectors and Screens

We install Ultra short-throw, standard-throw (DLP or LCD) and interactive projectors in the last 10 years in environments such as classrooms, boardrooms, conference rooms, theatres, school halls and residential premises.

Example manufacturers include: Hitachi, Panasonic, NEC and Epson. The majority of projectors support HD.

We also supply replacement projector lamps. Find out more HERE.

Screen installs are primarily mechanised electric screens such as Euroscreen and Elite Screens, to name a few. However, the larger screens primarily 3, 4, 6 and 8m are Italian-imported Screenline screens for their quality of manufacture.

Ultra Short-Throw Projectors

Traditional ceiling mounted projectors are mounted 2.5-3.5m from the screen surface. These are still appropriate solutions for some spaces. Alternatively the latest versions create superb quality images from just 40cm away, eliminating shadows and light blindness when addressing the audience.

Standard Throw Projectors

These projectors are ceiling mounted approximately 2-3 metres from the projection surface when in a classroom environment. However this distance very much depends on the size of the screen. Whilst very robust and durable, they can cast a shadow in front of the board by the presenter and so we would recommend the use of ultra-short-throw projectors where possible.

Interactive Projectors

Interactive Projectors essentially mimic the function of an interactive whiteboard on any surface where the image is projected. This allows the presenter to interact with the projected image using fingers or an electrical or mechanical stylus. Some interactive projectors allow user generated information to be captured, replayed, printed or copied with or without the original projected image.

Tab tensioned electric screen

These screens are primarily used for the home cinema environment. The tab-tensioned nature of the screen gives a perfectly flat surface with no curved edges.

CASE STUDIES

HOME CINEMA SYSTEM

We installed a 2.4m tab-tensioned 16:9 electric screen in the living room of this refurbished residential property, along with an Epson EB2250u 5000 lumen WUXGA projector. HDMI was distributed from a Sky Q box as well as various Sky Q mini boxes from a central location. This was done via Cat6 to the projector, as well […]

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HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM

The Client: A home owner of a 4 bedroom detached house. The Brief: The client was looking to upgrade their home entertainment system and asked us to advise on the best equipment to ‘future-proof’ the system so that they will be able to add to it as technology changes. The Solution: We replaced the old […]

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LARGE SCALE HALL AUDIO/PROJECTION SOLUTION

The Client: The Marist School is an independent Catholic day school for girls aged 2½–18 in Sunninghill near Ascot, Berkshire. The site includes the senior school, the preparatory school, a science block, drama studio, an indoor swimming pool, a music block, large playing fields, netball courts, an AstroTurf pitch and a multi-purpose Sports Hall, officially opened […]

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