In the last
13 years I have seen filmscreens manufactures grown quite a bit due
to the huge increase in projector sales worldwide. Today there are
well over sixty filmscreen manufactures that I can think of but less
than a hand full of manufactures that delivers true reference
Let's talk about
that last statement for a minute. A true reference filmscreen has to
provide a picture that delivers superior sharpness, contrast,
brightness and displays colors with life and accuracy after the
projector is properly calibrated. The most important factor that
reference filmscreen provides is the experience of being there, that
ultimate realism that transports you to the scene putting you in the
middle of the music concert or film.
The fidelity of
the pictures you see projected on the
High-Contrast 4K-HD Reference Filmscreen
above looks completely lifeless and out of focus in comparison with other screens,
that realism you see is out the door. The
bottom line is that
makes any projector look 40% to 200% better than most other screens
available on the market and I have seen them all.
Take it from
experience, a filmscreen is about the only thing in
your high-end system that you probably will never replace ever
again, it's quite a job to set it up, it requires minimum of three
people to set it up properly, it's extremely delicate and expensive
to ship because of the size.
components will most likely come and go through the years but your filmscreen will most likely will stay with you. Do
you self a big favor and don't take your filmscreen for granted,
keep in mind that your picture quality can only be as good as the
screen that reflects the picture. Do it right the first time, get
the best from the start and avoid the regrets later.
Reporting from High-End Palace,
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