Each projector has its characteristics that suit the circumstances a particular end-user is looking for. The screen material is that enhancement which will take the performance from “nice” to “Wow!”
- Video on the comparison between Cinegrey materials and matte white
- Instructions on installing this material
- Video – How to select a projection screen material –
*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.
- [18:15] Customer: Hello
- [18:15] Rick: Hello, how may I help you.
- [18:16] Customer: I am confused on how to choose aeon series.
- [18:16] Customer: I have an Optoma uhz65 model
- [18:17] Customer: Which is best for me
- [18:17] Rick: Is the projector a standard, short throw, or ultra-short throw projector.
- [18:18] Customer: standard
- [18:18] Rick: Ok, do you have control of your lighting in the room.
- [18:19] Customer: A little bit in the day
- [18:19] Customer: There are some small lights
- [18:19] Customer: Projector has 3000 lumens
- [18:20] Customer: and 2000000 contrast
- [18:20] Customer: laser projector
- [18:21] Rick: ok, with the little control you can with the standard CineWhite material, but if you are using some light, then i will recommend the CineGrey 3d, this is an ambient light rejecting screen. this will help combat image washout cause by having light in the room. it will help enhance the image contrast. Here is a video on the comparison between Cinegrey materials and matte white https://elitescreens.com/elitetube/MatteWhite_CineGrey3D_CompVideo_Web.mp4
- [18:22] Rick: Here are some instructions on installing this material https://elitescreens.com/images/download/material/userguides/ALR_angular_reflective_material_Installation_Tip.pdf
- [18:24] Customer: I am concerned about the screen washing out with ambient light.
- [18:25] Customer: So, you advise me to go with the CineGrey 3d?
- [18:25] Customer: I prefer a 135-inch screen size
- [18:27] Rick: Yes, this will help you prevent image wash out while enhancing picture quality.
- [18:27] Rick: Here is a video of a customer using the CineGrey 3d material
- [18:27] Rick: https://elitescreens.com/elitetube/Epson2045withES_3Dmaterial.mp4
- [18:30] Customer: And when the room is dark, will it also be good?
- [18:30] Rick: Is it going to be used mostly in dark room
- [18:31] Customer: yes
- [18:32] Customer: because i want good color and blacks
- [18:33] Rick: Newer projectors have been improving with color and contrast but the cinegrey3d still works great in enhancing color contrast and black levels in addition to rejecting ambient room lighting.
- [18:34] Customer: Yes, my projector review took 5 stars in picture performance
- [18:34] Customer: It’s a laser projector
- [18:35] Customer: So i will go with Cinegrey 3D
- [18:36] Customer: the Cinegrey 3d will not dim the picture?
- [18:37] Rick: No, it will provide you a 20% more light reflectivity.
- [18:37] Customer: Good.
- [18:38] Customer: You have my thanks for helping me
- [18:43] Rick: Glad to help. Thank you for choosing Elite Screens.