Can ALR (Ambient Light Rejecting) Screens work with UST Materials

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This discussion covers the Aeon CLR® and how it is an ambient light rejecting projection screen made specifically for UST (Ultra Short Throw) projectors.


*The discussion below is based on actual chat transcripts with the omission of any personal/confidential material to protect the customer’s privacy. An example in this case is to change the contact’s identification name/number to “Customer” or a generic name.



  • [21:58] Customer: Looking at a Sony ultra short throw projector for my home. It will go into a pretty bright room. Would prefer a motorized screen. What would you recommend?
  • [21:59]        Rickhas joined the conversation
  • [21:59] Customer: And I need ALR
  • [22:00]        Rick: the screen that I strongly recommend is the Aeon CLR
  • [22:00]        Rick
  • [22:01]        Rick: I don’t recommend other ALR materials because they will not work with the off-axis throw of a UST projector. The Starbright CLR material is specifically crafted to work with UST projectors.
  • [22:01] Customer: Everyone else says ALR is best to the bright room… No?
  • [22:02]        Rick: They are but for ultra short throw projectors, a different form of ALR material needed to be made.
  • [22:02]        Rick: Here is some information on the application of ALR materials
  • [22:03]        Rick: Here is an article on matching the various types of projectors with screens:
  • [22:03] Customer: Interesting. Do you have a video for Aeon CLR?
  • [22:04]        Rick: I have:
  • [22:04]        Rick: Here is a new video on CLR:
  • [22:04] Customer: Sounds good.  Do you have any recommendations on where to price shop a 120”?
  • [22:04]        Rick: I recommend price shopping here:
  • [22:05]        Rick: We have a shop site as well:
  • [22:05]        Rick: here is the model.
  • [22:05]        Rick: AR120H-CLR
  • [22:06] Customer: Looks nice. And will do well in a bright room?
  • [22:06]        Rick: It is made for rooms with ambient light.
  • [22:06] Customer: Wow! thanks. I have no further questions.
  • [22:08]        Rick: It was my pleasure to help.  Thank you for choosing Elite Screens.
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