Fixed Frame Screens
The fixed frame home theatre screens with masking offer a wide range of motorized image masking options allowing the perceived image contrast ratio to be maintained no matter what source material is used. Whether it’s a TV broadcast in 16:9 or a movie in 2.41:1, the screen’s native ratio can be adjusted to maintain a constant black border around the projected image at all times.
These screens offer basic 2-way masking options in both 1.78:1 and 2.40:1 native ratios and are an excellent masking option where variable masking is not required.
Featuring the E-Grip fabric constant attachment system with auto-tensioning StopLight black backing attachment system.
SUPREME IN-CEILING SLOT WITH MASKING
Screen Research’s Supreme in-ceiling motorized screens with masking offer a wide range of masking options allowing virtually any popular video projection format to be catered for. All ClearPix2 screens are specified with THX certified acoustically transparent masks as standard to preserve the integrity of the system’s audio performance.
On-Wall Fixed Frame
Extensive research has resulted in the creation of a screen equipped with a special aluminium frame, angular on the internal side which minimizes one of the most annoying effects on vision, which is caused by light reflecting off the frame of the screen.
This solution is designed to direct the reflection towards the outer edges of the screen instead of the projection surface or the audience.
The profiles are coated in a velvety flock finish, which totally absorbs light and enhances the perception of contrast in the projected images. Tensioning is provided by elastic cables which guarantee the perfect planarity of the surface, preventing any risk of undulation.
Acoustically Transparent Masking Screens
Acoustically transparent masks preserve the audio integrity of the performance when using Screen Research’s patented ClearPix2 screen fabric. Screen Research’s fixed frame screens with masking offer a wide range of motorized image masking options allowing the perceived image contrast ratio to be maintained no matter what source material is used.