Stewart Filmscreen 00900-3138S Cima-FF Perforado 54 x 127" Fixed Frame Projection Screen

Stewart Filmscreen 00900-3138S Cima-FF Perforado 54 x 127" Fixed Frame Projection Screen

Stewart Filmscreen 00900-3138S Cima-FF Perforado 54 x 127" Fixed Frame Projection Screen

B&H # ST009003138S MFR # 00900-3138S
Stewart Filmscreen 00900-3138S Cima-FF Perforado 54 x 127" Fixed Frame Projection Screen

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Product Highlights

  • 138" Diagonal / 2.35:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Neve Perforado Screen Surface
  • 1.1 Gain / 160° Viewing Angle
  • For Wall Mounting
  • Supports HD and 4K Projection
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The 00900-3138S Cima-FF 54 x 127" Fixed Frame Projection Screen from Stewart Filmscreen is designed for use in home theater settings, and is suitable for use with HD as well as 4K projectors.

Neve Perforado Screen Surface
Provides most of the benefit of a lambertian diffuser, while minimizing the appearance of cross reflection and other potential artifacts at the outer edges of the viewing cone. The surface is perforated to allow for speakers to be placed in the wall, behind the screen
Certifications
GREENGUARD approved
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Stewart Filmscreen 00900-3138S Cima-FF Perforado 54 x 127" Fixed Frame Projection Screen
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Type
    Front/Rear Projection Front
    Aspect Ratio 2.35:1
    Style Wall
    Dimensions
    Viewing Area 54 x 127" / 137.2 x 322.6 cm
    Diagonal 138" / 350.5 cm
    Surface
    Gain 1.1
    Viewing Angle 160°
    Screen Surface Neve Perforado
    Casing
    Length 132.1" / 335.6 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 61.0 lb
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