Manual Projection Screens
Manual screens are a very popular choice when it comes to projection screens, largely due to the fact that they are easy to use, highly versatile, and install in minutes. These are the screens that you've seen in virtually every school classroom. Utilizing the same pull-and-release system as a window shade, these manually operated screens allow you to lower the screen to the desired height and let it lock into place. Manual wall and ceiling screens offer a high-quality, professional solution for almost any situation. Since they do not have an electric motor, or any other expensive components, an added bonus to manual screens is that they are considerably more affordable than the electric screens.
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The manual screens on our site are all high-quality and reliable screen solutions. They are used in installations around the country, everywhere from commercial movie theaters, to office buildings, to classrooms, to houses of worship, to home theaters. We are direct dealers for all of the brands we carry and have been working with each of the brands for many years. When you purchase a screen from us, we guarantee that you will be happy with your purchase. If, for some reason, you aren't satisfied, please let us know and we will do everything we can to get it resolved as quickly as possible.
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