The quality of material is the most important aspect of any projection screen. Most screens on the market will use a very basic compressed cloth type material resulting in a creased surface and poor contrast performance.
The Grandview Cyber Series projection screens use a US manufactured high quality multi ply material with a high contrast and low gain of 1.1. The Projection screen material is tear resistant, fireproof, wrinkle proof and is designed to hang perfectly flat. The centre layer is a glass fibre net producing a flex rate of less than 1% compared with the industry average of 33%. The front layer optimises contrast and reflectivity while a black PVC backing prevents light leakage and helps retain a uniformly flat projection surface.
How to adjust Type A motor for standard surface and in-ceiling screens up to and including 138″.
Tab tensioned surface and in-ceiling screens upto 120″ (Motor Code AACW) – Click Here
How to adjust Type L motor for standard surface and in-ceiling screens above but not including 138″.
Tab tensioned surface and in-ceiling screens above and not including 120″ (Motor Code ALCW) – Click Here
Old Somy motor Labeled ASCW – Click Here
16:10 Format with IP End Cap
|Size||Viewable Area||Diagonal||Case Size MM||8ft Wide||2283 x 1427mm||106"||2253 x 100 x 90|
|9ft Wide||2585 x 1615mm||120"||2835 x 145 x 137|