Draper Displays M2500 3D-Capable Viewing Surface


Draper's M2500 projection screen is a flexible matte white surface with a gain of 1.5.

Sep. 28, 2010 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Draper went back to the drawing board for its latest viewing surface, the M2500, which was displayed at the 2010 CEDIA Expo in Atlanta.

The M2500 is Draper’s newly reformulated projection screen viewing surface. This flexible matte white surface boasts something very special - a new lower gain of 1.5. That gain makes for a nice addition to any new 3D-capable home theater.

“We made this change for a couple of reasons,” says Bob Hadsell, Draper’s home theater sales manager. “First of all, this new formulation reduces hot spotting while providing better off-axis viewing. As an added bonus, its gain makes M2500 a perfect screen for 3D projection using active shutter glasses.”

Draper also showed a new Low Gain Cineflex, which boasts a wider viewing angle and better contrast in a flexible vinyl rear projection surface. Perfect for short-throw lenses, this model has a gain of .8.

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