SmX Weaves Together New Projection Screen
SmX Cinema Solutions, new to the home theater industry with its projection screens, features its CineWeave HD technology.
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SmX’s Pro-Line projection screen
October 10, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

If it’s good enough for Hollywood post-production studios, it’s gotta be fantastic for your home theater, right? That’s the background of SmX Cinema Solutions, the latest company to offer us a variety of screens to watch our favorite movies and sports on in grand fashion.

SmX features proprietary patent-pending material called CineWeave HD, which is an audio-transparent fabric that allows for audio and video to come across to home theater goers the way Hollywood intended. That means super widescreen, too, since aspect ratios can range from 4:3 to 2.70:1, the company says.

Other highlights of CineWeave HD include 160-degree viewing angle, equal edge-to-edge brightness, and perforations three times smaller than those of micro-perf screens, SmX says.

The company’s projection screen lineup includes Pro-Line and Pro-Curv system, as well as the Pro-Mask screen-masking system and Pro-Curv fixed-curved screen system.

You can even get a little flashback to the 70s with the genuine black-velvet trimming. Your old velvet Elvis and black-light Zeppelin posters would be jealous.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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