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Ambient Light Rejecting Screens Explained

posted Friday, January 22, 2016

Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screens differ from a regular screens in several ways. The most common screen surfaces reflect the incoming light uniformly in all directions. These screen surfaces are referred to as diffuse reflectors. The light is reflected back in many angles, rather than just at...
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What is an acoustically transparent projector screen?

posted Monday, January 4, 2016

Q: What is an acoustically transparent projector screen? An acoustically transparent projector screen is best suited in a scenario when speakers need to be placed behind the projection screen and you do not want to sound waves to interact with the screen, moving the projection surface and causing...
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Ambient Light Rejecting Q&A with Elite Screens

posted Friday, January 16, 2015

How does an ambient light rejecting projector screen work? We recently had the pleasure of chatting with David Rodgers, Elite Screens Marketing Manager on the subject of Ambient Light Rejecting Surfaces in preparation for an upcoming knowledge base article. What we ended up with was a great little...
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What Makes Da-lite's HD Progressive Surfaces so Great?

posted Friday, January 9, 2015

High Definition Fabrics From Da-lite
Da-lite is not a new-comer to the Projection Screen game. As one of the largest and most trusted brands in the business, Da-lite has been at the forefront of projector screen technology for over 100 years. Their new HD Progressive screen surfaces come in 4 different gain options to satisfy most...
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What Screen Size Should I Get?

posted Wednesday, December 24, 2014

In order to determine the best size screen, one must determine their aspect ratio. An apsect ratio of: 1:1 was primarily for slide projectors and overhead projectors. I bet many of you reading this right now have never even seen one of these projectors in person. 4:3 aspect ratio is primarily used...
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What is Screen Gain? - Screen Gain Explained

posted Monday, December 8, 2014

Screen Gain Explained
Q: I keep seeing the word "gain" in projection screen descriptions. What does it mean and is it important? A: To over-simplify it; the higher the gain the brighter the image on that screen. A projector screen works by reflecting the light back from your projector to your audience's eyes.  The...
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How Big of a Projector Screen Should I Get?

posted Saturday, July 13, 2013

So, you've decided you want a projector screen, and you already know the projector you plan to use. There are a million different aspects to consider when selecting the right projector screen- type of projector, type of lighting in the room, size of the room, viewing angle, type of projector...
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