Draper Shows New Viewing Surfaces at CEDIA 2010

Draper, Inc. will be exhibiting a newly reformulated projection screen viewing surface during CEDIA 2010. Draper's M2500 -a flexible matt white surface -now features a lower gain of 1.5.

Draper, Inc. will be exhibiting a newly reformulated projection screen viewing surface during CEDIA 2010. Draper's M2500 -a flexible matt white surface -now features a lower gain of 1.5.

"We made this change for a couple of reasons, according to Bob Hadsell, Home Theatre Sales Manager for Draper, Inc. "First of all, this new formulation reduces hot spotting while providing better off -axis viewing. As an added bonus, its gain makes M2500 a perfect screen for 3D projection using active shutter glasses."
In addition, Draper will be showing off a new Low Gain Cineflex, which brings a wider viewing angle and excellent contrast to a flexible vinyl rear projection surface, with a gain of .8.
"This surface is ideal for short throw lenses or to increase viewing angles," according to Hadsell. "The lower gain allows you to minimize what is perceived as a hot spot primarily caused by short throw lenses used with diffusion rear projection materials. This is a good choice for rooms where rigid screens are not an option."
For more information, stop by Draper's booth, 718, during CEDIA 2010, September 23 -26 in Atlanta.

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