EluneVision Reference PureBright 4K projection screen - 115 in (292 cm)

Mfg. Part: EV-F4-115-2.4 | CDW Part: 3790853 | UNSPSC: 45111603
  • Projection screen
  • wall mountable
  • 115 in (292 cm)
  • 16:9
  • Reference PureBright 4K 240
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Main Features
  • Projection screen
  • wall mountable
  • 115 in (292 cm)
  • 16:9
  • Reference PureBright 4K 240
With today's 3D projectors, brightness is a key issue due to the active glasses. The Reference PureBright 4K helps to resolve this problem with the large increase in gain and brightness. This screen is recommended if 3D viewing is the majority of your viewing.

Just like with the Reference Studio 4K 100 material, much effort was spent designing the ambient-light rejecting Reference PureBright 4K 240 projection material that is texture-free and glitter-free. The result is that the Reference PureBright 4K 240 materials has an extremely smooth and pit free surface. The EluneVision Reference PureBright 4K screens have the highest clarity, sharpness and definition of any high-gain projection screen released to date. This means, simply, that the geometry of each projected pixel remains as the projector manufacturer intended, with zero texturing, zero glittering leading to zero pixel degredation.

Due to the use of a perfectly smooth material, the screen has absolutely zero sparkles. The Reference PureBright 4K 240 material will easily pass any of the common sparkle tests, which include fast action bright scenes such as hockey. This means that viewer will always see the image displayed on the screen as the projector manufacturer intended, and will never see the annoying imperfections present on competitors' screen materials. This is in direct contrast to other high-end ambient-light rejecting screens which display very visible and annoying sparkles that take away from the immersion of the home theater.

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