Carl's Sample Pack(s)

Sample Packs allow you to see and feel the difference between each of our materials. Better yet, they allow you to project onto them so you can judge for yourself which material is the best match for your needs.

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Feeling indecisive? We understand that picking a projection screen is a big commitment, whether you're building a state of the art event or home theater projector screen, simple projection tv screen for your bedroom, or anything in-between! We offer the biggest projector screen material samples on the market, so we can help you narrow down your ideal projection screen material.

Simply order just our top-sellers or break it down by screen color or the features of each material sample pack.

Sample Size:

Projector screen samples and impact screen samples run approximately 8.5x11-inches each.

Choose from Multiple Sample Pack Options:
Top-Sellers
  • FlexiWhite (FW): An excellent material for all-around use, it's flexible and easy to fold for storage in-between uses (and readily stretches back out again to get rid of fold lines and wrinkles), making it a very versatile projection screen material! Easy to install over wood frames, it's a popular choice as a hanging projector screen. Its PVC construction makes it popular with the outdoor crowd as well!
  • FlexiGray (FG): Just like FlexiWhite, but tinted slightly gray, making it perfect for minor issues with ambient light.
  • Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR): Our Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen material is really special. It's colored a dark gray for maximum contrast from your projector, while its shiny surface helps keep colors bright. It's very popular in multipurpose rooms where light is difficult to control. Avoid folding because while a flexible material, it isn't quite as resilient as the other flexible materials. Also, use caution when pairing with a short throw projector or with edge-blending because of the possibility of inconsistent image brightness.
  • Black Felt Tape (BFT): A professional-looking, contrast-boosting border for your DIY projector screen.
White Materials
  • FlexiWhite (FW): An excellent material for all-around use, it's flexible and easy to fold for storage in-between uses (and readily stretches back out again to get rid of fold lines and wrinkles), making it a very versatile projection screen material! Easy to install over wood frames, it's a popular choice as a hanging projector screen. Its PVC construction makes it popular with the outdoor crowd as well!
  • Ultra-White (UW): Similar to ProWhite but a better picture in just about every way. Very smooth, very matte and can make most projectors display a picture with unparalleled clarity and uniformity.
  • ProWhite (PW): Typically used in roll-down applications, it hangs flatter than other materials all by itself but can't be folded for storage as it has a stiffer structure that will kink when bent too sharply. Recommended for use for limited installation options where stretching might not be possible.
  • Black Felt Tape (BFT): A professional-looking, contrast-boosting border for your screen.
Gray Materials
  • FlexiGray (FG): Just like FlexiWhite, but tinted slightly gray, making it perfect for minor issues with ambient light.
  • Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR): Our Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen material is really special. It's colored a dark gray for maximum contrast from your projector, while its shiny surface helps keep colors bright. It's very popular in multipurpose rooms where light is difficult to control. Avoid folding because while a flexible material, it isn't quite as resilient as the other flexible materials. Also, use caution when pairing with a short throw projector or with edge-blending because of the possibility of inconsistent image brightness.
  • Ultra-Gray (UG): With the same features as UltraWhite, our light-gray Ultra option is a premium version of the Pro series with a smoother screen texture for a higher quality image.
  • ProGray (PG): The gray version of ProWhite, it's also useful when minor ambient light is expected and is recommended for screens with limited installation options because the material is stiffer than others.
  • Black Felt Tape (BFT): A professional-looking, contrast-boosting border for your screen.
Rear Projection
  • White Rear Film (WR): Very similar to our gray rear film, our white rear film is more opaque, which helps make the images more uniform when paired with brighter projectors. Slightly dimmer than gray rear film but more even in its light distribution, making it a great choice in dark environments.
  • Gray Rear Film (GR): Translucent and slightly gray, it will give you the brightest image available in a rear projection material, which is great for environments with some ambient light. In dark environments, however, care must be taken to avoid hotspots. Avoid projectors that are too bright or that project in direct line-of-sight to the viewer.
  • Black Felt Tape (BFT): A professional-looking, contrast-boosting border for your screen.
Golf Impact Materials
  • Standard Golf Impact Screens (IS): Perfect for beginners or first-timers – an inexpensive impact screen for golf. Budget-friendly projection screen for golf simulators. Use with real golf balls up to 250 MPH.
  • Preferred Golf Impact Screen (PD): Best value for both home and commercial users looking for higher quality. Much smoother texture than Standard with tightly woven fibers for better HD picture. Use with real golf balls up to 250 MPH with an indoor golf simulator.
  • Premium Golf Impact Screen (PM): The smoothest surface available on a full impact material. Made of three layers of heavy-duty, tight-knit impact resistant polyester. Quiets noise from the golf ball hitting the screen with a cushioned center layer. Recommended where image quality is the top concern.

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