Elite 16:9 Matt Grey High Contrast Projector Screen
Low reflecting rate, high contrast. It is the newest video screen.
Micro and dense optical structure, which make picture clear and natural.
Aluminum alloy frame covered with velvet, change fabric easily.
Suitable for use in home theaters, scientific research institution, government institution, command center, casino place or other entertainment sites.
Why Grey Screens?
The concept of the gray screen was first introduced by Stewart Filmscreen with their Grayhawk product in 2001, and grey screens have become immensely popular ever since.
Grey screens are often called high contrast screens because their purpose is to boost contrast on digital projectors in viewing rooms that are not entirely dark. The grey screen absorbs ambient light that strikes it better than a white screen does. In so doing the black level on the screen is maintained. This works because, assuming the projector has ample lumen output as most digital projectors do, whites remain satisfyingly white while blacks are maintained at a deeper black. The net effect is to increase the contrast range of the image on the screen.
Most home theater enthusiasts don't have the luxury of a dedicated, fully darkened viewing room. Projection systems are frequently set up in living rooms, multi-purpose entertainment rooms, and family rooms that have light colored walls, ceilings, drapes, etc. Thus, even when the lights are fully off, the light being reflected from the screen will bounce off of the reflective elements in the room and back onto the screen. In this situation, a grey screen will be more effective at killing this incident light and thus maintaining deeper black levels on the screen.
Viewing Angle: 160 Degree