Superior Projection Screen Surface
The material on a Tab Tension screen is not only pulled down by the weight of the bar but also from the left and right side by a Nylon string. The string is periodically connected to the material via small “Tabs”, hence the name Tab Tension.
Unlike a standard screen, a Tab Tension screen has a flexible material so that it can be pulled taught from all sides. The Grandview Cyber screens have a unique ratchet mechanism at each end of weighted bar so that the tensioning strings can be easily adjusted. The US made material is optimised for home cinema use, producing a high contrast and uniform reflectivity. A black PVC backing prevents light leakage so that the screen can be positioned in front of a window
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 screen motors – Click Here