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Roll-up Home Cinema Projector Screen HDTV 150x150cm

Released on 06 June 2014

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Perfect HDTV Quality Projector Screen This high quality matte screen is coated with premium white vinyl and thanks to an extremely low gain factor (1.0) is excellently suited for a true home cinema experience. Unlike conventional materials, the vinyl coating of the screen is optimized so that the image remains sharp, clear and brilliant, not blurred or dim, even from extreme viewing angles. This eliminates the hassle of dragging furniture around and cramming everybody onto the sofa - friends and family can take their favourite seats and enjoy a quality image without compromise. Easy installation and operation: The strong, tensioned bracket means the screen is easy to attach to any wall or ceiling: Simply mount the bracket, hang the screen and lock in place - it doesn't get any easier. After use, simply roll up or completely remove and store away. The ideal solution for small and medium-sized rooms. Tips for selecting a canvas: Which canvas is best for your needs? 2 factors are critical - the gain factor and the screen material. The ideal gain factor The gain factor is a measure of the reflectivity of a screen. The higher the gain factor, the more the light from the projector is reflected and the brighter the image is. A high gain factor, however, has the serious disadvantage that the image becomes darker from a lateral viewing angle. This becomes a critical factor in a home cinema. For home cinema purposes (from about 3 to 8 meters away), the smaller the gain factor the better the experience. The picture remains highly visible, and spectators on an angle will still enjoy an excellent viewing experience. A gain factor of 1.0 is ideal - even at a value of 1.5 compromises must be made. Materials with a high gain factor are, on the other hand, especially suited for presentations in large conference rooms. Screen material The light dispersal ratio varies across different materials. Screens with a strong dispersal ratio adversely affect the image quality and have no place in a home cinema. Our 493 g / msq screens are optimized for the home cinema market and are characterized by an almost dispersal-free playback. When purchasing the screen you should also make sure that the material is easy to clean. Our screens are made of easy-wipe material that can be cleaned whenever necessary to ensure undisturbed viewing pleasure over the years. Highlights Gain factor: 1.0 - ideal for home setups, LCD and DLP projectors - optimized for HDTV150 x 150cm (5cm wide margin to the left and right, so the total width of the fabric is 10cm larger), 203cm (80") diagonallyFunctional and rugged metal housing for the screen - housing length 169cm1:1 size ratio (also optimal for 16:9 format films)black border for a better contrast ratio - easy on the eyes
  • Features
  • Gain factor: 1.0 - ideal for home setups, LCD and DLP projectors - optimized for HDTV
  • 150 x 150cm (5cm wide margin to the left and right, so the total width of the fabric is 10cm larger), 203cm (80") diagonally
  • Functional and rugged metal housing for the screen - housing length 169cm
  • 1:1 size ratio (also optimal for 16:9 format films)
  • Black border for a better contrast ratio - easy on the eyes
  • Black back coating
  • Suitable for wall mounting
  • Ceiling mount with standard angles possible
  • Weighted screen bar for optimal shape
  • Viewing angle: up to 125deg
  • Wrinkle resistant vinyl with the latest in fiber-coating
  • Easy to clean - can be washed with a damp cloth
  • Heavy 3-layer fabric material 493 g / msq
  • Included
  • 1 x projector screen with bracket
  • Dimensions
  • 150 x 150cm (5cm wide margin to the left and right, so the total width of the fabric is 10cm larger), 203cm (80") diagonally