Goo Systems High Contrast Screen Goo Pairs (3.78L)

Goo Systems High Contrast Screen Goo Pairs (3.78L)

Goo Systems High Contrast Screen Goo Pairs (3.78L)

B&H # GOHCP378 MFR # 6373
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks

Product Highlights

  • For use with >25 ANSI Lumens/sq ft area

This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

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  • 1Description

Goo Systems High Contrast Screen Goo Pairs are targeted for with projectors used in rooms containing a moderate level of ambient light level. Use this stuff when you need to change a smooth paintable surface into a high contrast screen area.

Note: To create a High Contrast Goo Screen you will need to apply both a High Contrast Reflective Coat followed by a High Contrast Finish Coat

Exceptional color fidelity
Excellent gain with minimal hot spotting
Industry-leading horizontal and vertical off-axis characteristics
Easy two-step application
Exceptional affordability

Revolutionary Design

The secret of Screen Goo lies in its specially formatted, highly reflective acrylic coating, designed specifically for the video projection industry
Screen Goo provides the industry an alternative to traditional material based screens at a significantly lower cost, in addition to outperforming most screens in the market today
Screen Goo's performance reflects many years of research and development
It has the capacity to outperform most of the existing screen products in use today
Screen Goo is made from the highest grade acrylic available and contains no filler materials
Whether used in a professional, or home situation its simple application, versatility, quality and variable gain characteristics are remarkable
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Goo Systems High Contrast Screen Goo Pairs (3.78L)
  • 3.78L High Contrast Finish Coat and a 3.78L High Contrast Reflective Coat
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    Coverage 189 sq. feet or 17.56 sq. meters
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