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Stewart Filmscreen Launches Phantom™ High Ambient Light Rejecting Screen

Stewart Filmscreen®—The only two-time Academy Award® winning manufacturer of projection screens and projection screen materials for the audio-visual industry—will unveil its Phantom™ HALR™ high ambient light rejecting projection screen material, a completely new and highly differentiated product that embodies The Next Generation of high-performance screen technologies, in CEDIA booth #4108 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas, Texas, September 15 – 17. A flexible front projection material ideally suited for fixed-frame wall screen or electric roller screen applications, Phantom HALR ensures an exceptional entertainment experience, day or night.

With Phantom HALR black screen technology, the sum is greater than its parts. In fact, four unique features put this new screen in a class of its own. Phantom is available is seamless sizes up to 40- feet by 90-feet to accommodate the largest, most demanding applications. It is highly versatile, designed for use with most of Stewart’s fixed frame or ElectriScreen models. Phantom is also available in Cinemaperf or Microperf X2 THX Ultra configurations for acoustic transparency, and it is future-proof, thanks to Stewart’s proprietary 16K+ resolution capabilities. Delivering unrivaled results, Phantom HALR is UHD and HDR-ready, and will calibrate out to REC 2020 or REC 709 standards without obvious color aberrations or shift that skew the primary and secondary colors. Implementing vertically integrated and proprietary manufacturing processes, Stewart Filmscreen has a distinct marketplace advantage in that the company has complete control over every aspect of material production—from chemical composition to final product delivery—ensuring a pristine surface worthy of accolades, every time.

Why This Is Important: All ambient light rejecting (ALR) screens are not the same. Unrivaled in high ambient light environments and available in sizes up to 40-feet by 90-feet, Stewart Filmscreen’s new Phantom high ambient light rejecting (HALR) black screen can be configured for both roller and fixed installations. Acoustically transparent Cinemaperf™ and Stewart-exclusive Microperf X2 THX Ultra™ options and future-proof 16K+ resolution provide both unrivaled value and differentiation.

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