Are Ambient Light Rejecting Screens Appropriate for My Business Installation and How Should I Install Them

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This inquiry comes from a business in need of an ambient light or ceiling light rejecting screen for a fairly large meeting room that has a lot of windows. The discussion and links cover a wide variety of questions regarding this type of installation

Here are the links used in the discussion:

*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]        Rick: Hello, how may I help you.
  • [18:18] Customer: I am researching screens for our building. We have old screens which work when the lights are dimmed or turned off. I am looking at screen sizes between 100in – 150in. Screens that work well with the light on. We have large windows, which in the summer can cause some headaches.
  • [18:20] Customer: Our Great Room as we call it is a bit awkward, so I have been using two large screens for training. Can hold about 40-45 people in classroom style setting (tables and chairs)
  • [18:21]        Rick: We do have some ambient light rejecting screens that will help you under these circumstances. Here is a good informative article on the topic of understanding ALR screens  as well as an article on their proper use ,and here is a great video that expands on the topic regarding optimal placement .
  • [18:21]        Rick
  • [18:22]        Rick
  • [18:22]        Rick: The dimension’s table is on this page as well.
  • [18:22] Customer: Thank you
  • [18:23] Customer: Do you have portable screens as well?
  • [18:23] Customer: With the same fabric.
  • [18:24]        Rick: We don’t use ALR/CLR materials in a portable format but we do have portable rear projection screens that may be of interest to you.
  • [18:24] Customer: Ok, I think I’ll stay on target with an ambient light rejecting screen.
  • [18:25] Customer: Do you give samples?
  • [18:25] Customer: of the material?
  • [18:26]        Rick: We do; here is a link.
  • [18:26]        Rick
  • [18:26] Customer: Thank you. Have a nice day.
  • [18:27]        Rick: My pleasure, thank you for choosing Elite Screens.
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