What is a Hot Spot on a projection screen?
A Hot Spot is that bright spot that seems to follow you know matter where you sit in your home theater or at an event. This is a common occurrence in poor quality front projection screens and rear projection screens; essentially a hot spot is when you can see the projector bulb through the screen or reflecting off of the screen surface.
Rear Projection Screen
Screen Solutions Definition Pro rear projection screens are the world’s only rear projection screen that can be used with ultra short throw, ultra bright projectors and never experience a hot spot. These rear projection screens are ¼” thickness and available in sizes up to 138” diagonal screen sizes; unlike most rear projection screens Definition Pro has a glossy surface and is made out of an acrylic base.
Front Projection Screen
Screen Solutions front projection screen is incapable of ever showing a hot spot, Reflection front screen – contrary to its name will not ever produce a hot spot. Reflection front projection screen is the world’s finest front projection surface, you can use a 1200 lumen projector on a 120” widescreen or a 12,000 lumen projector on a 60” widescreen a be assured an exceptional viewing experience. For the best home theater viewing experience possible, install Reflection front projection screen for a crisp, clean and refreshing trouble free home theater experience.