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Elite Screens- CineTension B Series

Elite Screens- CineTension B Series

The CineTension B is the ideal tab-tensioned projector screen for the CE Retail channel. It has a long distance IR/RF remote control kit. A detachable wall switch keypad is also included. Its tab-tension design ensures that its CineWhite® UHD  material maintains the necessary flatness for its wide diffusion uniformity. The white aluminum housing is designed to accommodate floating wall/ceiling brackets that align with wall studs and ceiling joists providing a simple DIY installation.

Screen Material

  • CineWhite® UHD 1.15 gain (tensioned matte white) front projection material 
  • ISF Certified for accurate color points, color temperature and dynamic range
  • Wide diffusion ...

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Aeon Series Testimonial Video from Calvary Chapel East Anaheim

Aeon Series Testimonial Video from Calvary Chapel East Anaheim

Aeon Series Testimonial Video from Calvary Chapel East Anaheim

Houses of Worship have proven to present a wide range of both challenges and opportunities when using projection technologies. For this reason, a screen manufacturer must have a myriad of solutions on hand. In the past, Elite has posted case studies on portable free-standing units and various specialty materials but here is another solution to a common problem, heavy foot traffic.

In this case, Calvary Chapel East Anaheim required an ultra short throw (UST) layout so that a large image could be shown in a high foot traffic area without being impeded by the ...

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EliteTube- Ambient Light Rejecting Screens

EliteTube- Ambient Light Rejecting Screens

Ambient Light Rejecting Screens allow you to watch bigger than life images on the big screen without the need of a dark room.

Elite Screens offers a variety of Ambient Light Rejecting solutions in a fixed frame or retractable format.

For our full list of product, visit www.elitescreens.com/alr

 


Tech Tip: Understanding Projector Throw Distance

Tech Tip: Understanding Projector Throw Distance

There may be a lot to know about projection technology but this part’s as easy as 1-2-3.
By Dave Rodgers (Marketing Manager of Elite Screens Inc.)

 

The distance between your projector and screen is another crucial element in setting up your presentation.    The basic rule is the more distance you have between the projector and screen, the larger the projected image will be.  However, even this is limited as defined by the Inverse-Square Law wherein the luminosity decreases intensity, the further a light beam must travel.  In other words, the greater the throw distance, the less bright the image ...

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