NEW STEWART FILMSCREEN DC-100 OFFERS SLIMMER PROFILE AND FULL HORIZONTAL MASKING FOR CUSTOM SIZES UP TO 14'

DC-100 by Stewart Filmscreen offers thinner frame structure for Director's Choice and Directors Choice 2.0 for custom sizes up to 14' image width-----DC-100 offers fully closing horizontal masking, protecting the screen from dust and other debris.

TORRANCE, CA and (CEDIA) INDIANAPOLIS, IN - September 6, 2012 - Stewart Filmscreen Corporation (Booth #3849), industry leader in precision projection screen technologies for the residential and commercial markets, announced today their new DC-100 screen, the ultimate marriage of the world's best screen material and the most precise masking system available. The DC-100 represents an improvement to Director's Choice and Director's Choice 2.0 systems up to a 14' image width. Upgrades include full horizontal masking closure, and a slimmer frame structure.


DC-100 sports a 10" frame profile all around and 10" of depth. This slimmer profile allows for the maximum possible screen area within a given room dimension. As an added feature, the horizontal masking on the new DC-100 fully closes, protecting the screen from dust and other debris when not in use. DC-100 is compatible with Stewart Filmscreen's flexible front projection screen materials, including their newest 3D screens. Electronically controlled masking panels on all Director's Choice models, including DC-100, can be integrated with most home automation systems.

On display at CEDIA (Booth #3849), DC-100 provides a wide viewing and immersive experience for the home theater enthusiast. Existing Directors Choice and Director's Choice 2.0 systems are still available in sizes beyond 14' image width.

About Stewart Filmscreen:
Stewart Filmscreen is recognized as the 'benchmark' manufacturer of projection screens worldwide. The qualities that make Stewart Filmscreen products the pinnacle of optimal function and value are guaranteed by extreme attention to detail throughout all of the activities of the company. In order to satisfy customers and integrators worldwide, Stewart listens carefully, innovates thoughtfully and executes flawlessly, meeting or exceeding all customer expectations. Founded in 1947, Stewart Filmscreen has grown from a small business to an international corporation. Stewart is headquartered in Torrance California, and has an additional manufacturing facility in Cincinnati, Ohio. Satellite sales and manufacturing operations are maintained in Singapore and in Denmark. More information on Stewart Filmscreen Corporation is available at www.stewartfilmscreen.com.

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