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Rear Projection Screen

Pro Diffusion is the most popular rear projection screen in the range. A grey tinted screen which provides unparalleled image quality and excellent colour reproduction. This unique screen technology recreates a high definition TV quality image, similar to that of plasma screen, making it the ideal choice for all video / advertising applications. A perfect mix of brightness and contrast makes this the ideal choice for most video applications and the only diffusion screen technology that provides true 180° visibility (horizontal / vertical).

Rear Projection Film

Pro Diffusion film can be applied directly to glass or acrylic, available in standard screen sizes, by the metre off the roll (1524mm wide) or in wholesale roll format (10m and 30m rolls available). For further information, please see our Projection Film section.


Standard Features

· Hand cast rear projection screen
· Transmission – 74%
· Peak Gain – 4.7
· Horizontal half gain value (off axis) – +/-30°
· Vertical half gain value (off axis) – +/-30°
· Thickness – 3mm (0.12”)
· Viewing cone – 180°
· Weight – 3.4kg per M2
· Colour – grey (reversible matt / gloss surfaces)

Standard Screen Sizes

4:3 Aspect Ratio – 30”, 40”, 50”, 60”, 67”, 84”, 100”, 120”, 134”
16:9 Aspect Ratio – 30”, 40”, 60”, 67”, 80”, 92”, 120”, 138”

Custom screen sizes and full sheet sizes (3050 x 2030mm) – available upon request.

For exact screen dimensions please see our Diffusion Screen Sizing Guide.

Recommended Applications

· Advertising / digital signage
· Video / entertainment
· Boardroom / training
· Exhibition / arenas
· Reception display

Installation

Pro Display offer a complete range of fixing systems which includes wire cable and rod suspension systems, aluminum frames and portable screen stands. Please see our Fixing Diffusion Screens installation guide.

For further information please see our Projection Screen Accessories.

To add sound to your screen solution please take a look at our Soundpod audio transducers.

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