Draper 132006 Salara Hardwired Electric Projection Screen NTSC - Matt White (72 Inches)

Draper 132006 Salara Hardwired Electric Projection Screen NTSC - Matt White (72 Inches)

Motorized Projector Screen Descends From Home Theater Ceiling
  • Elliptical extruded aluminum case with domed endcaps and white finish
  • Floating gunlatch wall brackets grip the screen securely and are barely visible
  • Powered by hardwiring to a 110V feed
  • Warranted by manufacturer for one year against defects in materials and workmanship



List Price: $625.00

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  • The Draper 132006 Salara Hardwired Electric Projection Screen is a new generation in electric projection screens. In your home or office, the Salara makes a design statement. The Salara's small, elliptical case and domed endcaps are finished in solid white. The Projection Screen mounts to the wall with "floating" gunlatch wall mounting brackets which can be positioned along the back of the case. The mounting brackets make installation quick, easy, secure, and barely visible.

    The Electric Screen is powered by hardwiring to a 110V feed and includes a Single Station Rocker Switch. The Rocker Switch provides up and down control of the screen. Several other options are available to control the Electric Projection Screen, see Accessories.

    About Textile Backed Screen Surfaces
    These surfaces consist of a reflective surface laminated to a woven textile base. The screen surface hangs suitably flat because of the stability of the material and the weight of the bottom dowel. Good for all types of projection. Commonly used for single lens video projection, as well as for CRT video and data-graphics projection.

    • Matt White - The standard to which all other screen surfaces are compared. Matt white vinyl reflective surface laminated to tear-resistant woven textile base. A matt white surface diffuses projected light in all directions, so the image can be seen from any angle. Provides accurate color rendition as well as superior clarity. Recommended for use with all high light output projection devices. Requires control of ambient light in the audience area. Washable, flame and mildew resistant. Peak gain 1.0.
    • Glass Beaded - Brighter on-axis viewing than matt white surfaces within a narrower viewing cone. Some loss of clarity. Not for use with ceiling or floor mounted projectors. Flame and mildew resistant, but cannot be cleaned. Now available seamless in all standard sizes through 10' high.
    • High Contrast Grey - Grey textile backed surface offers excellent resolution while enhancing the blacks of LCD and DLP projected images, even as whites and lighter colors are maintained. Performs well in ambient light condition. High Contrast Grey's lower gain of 0.8 allows use with even the brightest projectors; viewing cone of 180°. Available on most non-tensioned motorized and manual screens, seamless in sizes up to 8' in height. Peak gain of 0.8.

    • When selecting a front projection surface, several factors need to be considered:
    • Gain - a relative measure of a screen's reflectivity.
    • Contrast - the ability to accurately reproduce and differentiate light and dark characters and backgrounds, or light and dark areas of an image.
    • Ambient light rejection properties - the ability to perform well under normal to adverse audience lighting conditions.
    • Resolution - the clarity of the projected image.
    • Uniformity - the screen's performance when viewed from various points off the projection axis (both horizontally and vertically), and when the brightness of the center of the image is compared to the corners.
    • Aspect ratio - the screen's height and width configuration, formatted for the desired projection source (NTSC video, HDTV, WideScreen, CinemaScope, overhead, slide or motion pictures).
      • AV (1:1) - AV (audio visual) format screens accommodate a variety of projector types and range from square to wide horizontal in aspect ratio. AV format screens are described in terms of height x width, and are furnished without black borders.
      • NTSC (4:3) - NTSC video format screens are specifically designed for use with video/data projectors. Their format is strictly defined as a 4:3 rectangle, and the size is usually described in terms of a nominal diagonal. Conventional models of NTSC format screens are furnished with black borders to frame the image on all four sides.
      • HDTV format (16:9) - HDTV format is designed for high-definition television projection.
      • WideScreen format (1.85:1) - WideScreen format is suitable for letter boxed video images.
      • CinemaScope (2.35:1.00) - Cinemascope is the sizing of many Hollywood feature films and is wider than Letterbox Format or HDTV Format. Film projectors achieve this aspect ratio by replacing the typical standard 'Flat' lens with an anamorphic 'Scope' lens.
      • Native laptop presentations (16:10 and 15:9) - Accommodates presentations from laptop computers and projectors with 1280x800 resolution.
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