Movie Posters at the Cinema
The first thing that most people notice when they visit a cinema is the movie posters. Typically movies that are showing are in display cases outside of the cinema and will show what movies and times that particular movie is showing. When you walk in the cinema you will find more posters of movies that are coming out soon. If you pay attention, you will notice that each of these movie posters is in a display case that enhances each poster.
Options to Choose From
* Coming soon or now showing dater. This can be displayed at the top or bottom of the frame, or you do not have to add it at all.
* Add a Transformer that will allow the lights to freeze or chase. This transformer will go inside the box so it is not visible.
* Choose between hardwired or a 3 prong power cord. If you choose the 3 pronged cords, you also get to choose the cord length and where the cord will come out of. When you want hardwired, you will have direct wiring that will go into your AC power lines.
Poster Display Cases For Your Home Theater
When you have a home theater you may want to make it look more like a cinema and bring out movie posters. It is a great idea to get a movie poster frame with lights. You can chose to use either LED or fluorescent lighting for your poster frame. Frames normally open in the front making it super easy to change the poster and with the added lightly, it will make your poster highlighted even more. This adds elegance to your theater that most will envy.
Information on Lighted Movie Poster Frames
Movie poster frames are well made and add to your home or cinema. These frames with lights can be used either indoors or outdoors and have a single on and off switch control for the florescent tubes and chaser bulbs. Each bulb is held securely in place by using a threaded collar ring. Normally the lighting uses a miniature 7 watt bulb or for florescent lighting a standard T8 bulb. Plus, each until typically only uses 3 amps of power. To mount your poster frame, you open up the case and drill two small holes through the back metal. Be sure that where you drill the holes is in the same place as were your studs are.