Draper Luma Projection Screen - $300

make / manufacturer: Luma

Product Description

The choice for classrooms or boardrooms, the luma wall- or ceiling-mounted, free-hanging, manual spring-roller projection screen features an attractive scratch-resistant pentagonal case.

Draper's Luma projection screen is an attractive, dependable manual screen for the classroom or conference room. Ideal for small to medium-sized groups, this variation of the Luma screen features a fiberglass matte-white surface and offers a 120-inch diagonal viewing size (96 x 72 inches, W x H). The screen's standard 4:3 aspect ratio is well suited to computer presentations and projections of TV programs and many VHS and DVD releases, and its heavy-gauge endcaps form universal hanging brackets for attachment to a wall, ceiling, or map rail hooks.

The screen is housed in a friction-free enclosure. It's washable as well as being resistant to both mildew and flames. Its steel case and endcaps are finished in a scratch-resistant, white polyester. The endcaps feature integral roller brackets to conceal the roller ends and matching universal mounting brackets (mounting hardware not supplied). The screen's seamless fabric securely attaches to a 1-piece rigid steel roller, while the bottom of viewing surface is fixed to a weighted dowel.

You can mount the screen on a wall or suspend it from the ceiling or use extension brackets to suspend the screen several inches in front of a wall. The screen (or extension brackets) should be mounted into studs or blocking in the wall/ceiling, or in drywall.

The screen's reflective surface is laminated to a woven textile base, and 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, the Luma is most commonly used for single-lens video projection as well as for CRT video and data-graphics projection.

The screen's matte-white vinyl reflective surface is laminated to tear-resistant woven fiberglass. A matte-white surface diffuses projected light in all directions, so viewers can enjoy images seen from nearly any angle. The screen provides accurate color rendition and superior clarity.

Draper recommends the Luma for use with all high-light-output projection devices. The screen requires control of ambient light in the audience area.
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