New Fixed Frame Projection Screen Now Available

fixed frame projection screen

(Spiceland, Ind.) – The latest fixed frame projection screen from Draper offers the performance of multiple screen types in a single flexible screen model that comes packed with features and is easy to order.

The StyleLine Fixed Screen is available up to 12 feet wide with two bezel trim options – 5/8″ or 3-3/16″ – and in an edgeless version. The aluminum frame features a back channel for attaching LED backlighting, and both bezels are covered with Veltex, a black, velvety textile that eliminates light reflections from projector over scan.

The StyleLine is light and installer-friendly thanks to a quick-connect subframe, hook and loop fabric attachment, and screw-on decorative frame. It also offers up to 1-3/8 inches of horizontal and vertical surface tension adjustability.

“Draper engineers have developed several generations of fixed frame screens over more than three decades, each designed to embrace technological advances and changing needs,” said Jim Hoodlebrink, AV Consultant Relations and Pro AV Products. “The StyleLine is the culmination of that history of innovation. It also continues the Draper tradition of high quality standards with a stout subframe that assures there will be no screen deflection or flatness issues.”

The StyleLine is available with a variety of viewing surfaces, including 8K-ready TecVision premium viewing surfaces. TecVision Reference White, Performance Grey, and ALR surfaces are formulated and manufactured by Draper for specific projection needs, including ambient light, wide viewing angles, underpowered projectors, and more. All TecVision formulations have been certified for color accuracy by the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF).

For more information visit draperinc.com/projectionscreens/styleline.

About Draper
Draper, Inc. creates core, advanced, and tailored solutions for the professional audiovisual marketplace, including projection screens, custom AV mounts, structures, enclosures and lifts, as well as window shades and video conferencing solutions. The family-owned and operated business was established in 1902, and markets through a network of dealers and distributors to the commercial, architectural, education, and residential markets. To learn more, visit www.draperinc.com.

Media Contact
Terry Coffey
Phone: 765-856-1230
E-mail:  tcoffey@draperinc.com
Website: www.draperinc.com

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