ACOUSTICPRO 1080P3 -SCREEN SAMPLE (DIN A4)
The AcousticPro 1080P3 is an acoustically transparent front projection material. The perforated weave eliminates the moire effect while presenting warm neutral colors for today's high definition 1080P (1920x1080) and 4K UHD projectors. The AcousticPro1080P3 allows speaker placement behind while allowing an exceptional acoustically transparent performance
Elite Screens Series:
SableFrame, ezFrame • Acoustically Transparent Matte White (tight perforated weave)
Gain: 1.0 • Superb off-axis luminance
Designed for 1080P (1920x1080) projector resolutions
Detachable black backing eliminates backlighting artifacts from light bleed- through (only available on Sable Frame and ezFrame Series products)
Mean attenuation of -3.09 dB
Compatible with today’s 1080P/4K UHD Projectors
Gain=Gain or Gain factor is a measure of the screen reflection performance.
CLR: Ceiling Light Rejection
ALR: Ambient Light Rejection
Acoustic Screens: transparent screen for placing the speakers behind the screen
WraithVeil-Dual: Both-side projection (Projection from the front and the rear side)
CineGrey: CineGrey (Tension High Contrast Grey) is designed to encrease contrast DLP and LCD Home Cinema Projectors. Its superior flatness makes the CineGrey ideal for home theater use. It also helps to reduce ambient light.
UHD= Ultra High Definition is the new standard for high-definition video. Under the term UHD Premium the topic is marketed and is also often referred to as 4K.
4K: 4K stands for the doubling of Full HD 2K and designated in the marketing long longer the high-definition television and beamer. That's why there are also 4K screens on Elite Screens.
Aktiv 3D = Active 3D involves a single projector rapidly alternating between displaying the left eye image and the right eye image.
Fiberglass: The key difference between the MaxWhite™/MaxWhite™ B and MaxWhite™ FG is that the MaxWhite™ FG has a fiber glass backing.
Kontrast Contrast or Contrast ratio: Measured difference between a (max.) white pixel and a (max.) black pixel on a projection screen.
NFPA = National Fire Protection Association
HDR = High Dynamic Range, a Feature of the new UHD Premium Blu Ray Standard
GREENGUARD: The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GEI) has the mission of improving human health and quality of life.
Trigger: A trigger (trigger) is used to create canvases over i.d. To control a beamer. Almost every modern projector has a trigger output. All motorized Elite Screens screens have a trigger input.
Tension = tension! Tension or Tab Tension Screens have been developed to incorporate the perfect plan position of frame walls in motorized walls.