EluneVision Reference Studio 4K Premium Screen Materials

Reference Studio 4K 100 1.0 Gain White - Click for More Information

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Specially designed to bring out the highest amount of details in today's 1080p projectors, the material achieves maximum detail and resolution through having absolutely no texture to the material, thus providing the ideal projection surface. As well as being engineered for perfect detail, the screen material is an optimal lambertian diffuser and disperses light evenly across the entire 180 degree viewing able for a smooth and even light reflection. Learn More...

Reference Studio AudioWeave 4K - 1.15 Gain White - Click for More Information

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he Reference Studio AudioWeave 4K is a newly developed material of no compromise. The material is specifically engineered to Reference High Definition video and audio quality, thereby satisfying both the videophile and audiophile at the same time. The perforation density exceeds 2000 holes per square inch, allowing it to exceed even the most expensive and highly-rated materials available. Each hole is only 0.0026” by 0.0035”, allowing speakers to be mounted directly behind the material with virtually no attenuation and no comb filtering effects. The industry's tightest weave allows the AudioWeave 4K to retain the same off axis frequency dispersion pattern of the speakers, while having only 1.8% of the entire screen surface taken up by perforations, meaning minimal light leakage, resulting in a vibrant and crisp reference image. Learn More...

Reference Studio 4K 100EL 1.0 Gain White - Click for More Information

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This material has equivalent performance to the Reference Studio 4K 100 material, but is specifically engineered for use with tab-tensioned screens, as well as larger fixed-frame screens. Designed to bring out the highest amount of details in today's 1080p and tomorrow's 4K projectors , the material achieves maximum detail and resolution through having absolutely no texture to the material, thus providing the ideal projection surface. As well as being engineered for perfect detail, the screen material is an optimal lambertian diffuser and disperses light evenly across the entire 180 degree viewing able for a smooth and even light reflection. Learn More...


Other EluneVision Screen Materials

Cinema Gray 1.1 Gain Material - Click for More Information

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This material is designed to give the projected image a contrast boost, as well as to give deeper black levels than a matte white screen. The large 160 degree viewing angle allows for a very versatile seating arrangement. In a presence of ambient light, it provides excellent black levels and contrast without a large sacrifice on the white level output. This is an excellent choice where high gain is not needed, and a large viewing angle is a must. Learn More...

Cinema White 1.2 Gain Material - Click for More Information

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The 1.2 gain Cinema Matte White material is designed to produce a precise image reproduction without loss of resolution. With a smooth, white vinyl finish, it provides an incredibly large viewing angle of 160 degrees. Perfect for use with today’s high contrast projectors, the material remains true to the projector’s intrinsic black levels and colour reproduction. A great choice for a multitude of different applications, especially those where a very large viewing angle is needed. Learn More...

FilmVision Flexible Rear Projection 1.0 Gain Material - Click for More Information

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FilmVision is a flexible rear projection screen material designed with a neutral density grey tint to increase contrast. The material has a very large viewing angle which is excellent for large audiences. Due to the very low 0.9x Minimum Throw Distance, the material excels in both short throw and long throw projection light paths unlike typical rear projection materials. The material is excellent under ambient due to its very low Ambient Light Reflectance Value as well as being able to accommodate wide seating configuration. Learn More...