Draper expands ReAct projection screen options, light rejecting fabric now in tab-tensioned electric version

posted on Monday, 25th July 2016 by Steve May

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Distributor AWE is now supplying Draper ReAct high-brightness projection screens in both fixed and tab-tensioned electric versions.The ambient light-rejecting fabric is designed to enhance colour and contrast in situations where a complete room blackout is either not possible, or not desired. It's finding favour in general use media room applications.

The ReAct Clarion fixed screens are available in a range of sizes, from 92- to 133-inches. The Adaptive tab-tensioned electric versions range from 86- to 104-inches. Bespoke sizes are available to special order. 

The silver/grey screen has the same 1.0 gain as a matt white screen.  

With the Clarion fixed frame version, a black Vel-Tex covered aluminium frame forms a 3.8cm border around the screen. There’s no requirement for special fixing tools. The fabric attaches seamlessly to the frame to form a perfectly smooth viewing surface. The Vel-Tex finish helps eliminate reflections. 

This fabric enables end users to enjoy superior performance in ambient light, which is ideal for a multipurpose space where some lighting is desired,” says Stuart Tickle, MD of AWE. “Not everyone wants or can achieve total blackout!”

For installers working on a classic home theatre, Draper also offers Matt White and acoustically transparent NanoPerf materials. AWE and Draper formed an exclusive relationship in September 2015. 

For more stories about AWE’s product range and portfolio, visit our partner page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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