Screen Technics CinemaSnap Rear Projection

Fixed Rear Projection Screen

CinemaSnap Rear Projection

The CinemaSnap fixed frame screen system can be utilised with rear projection material to allow for projector placement behind the screen, for use in a high light environment and where a trainer / presenter can move in front of the screen without blocking the light beam.

It also removes the projector from the working area and provides a better contrast ratio.It is our recommendation that a minimum lens throw ratio of 1.3:1 is used for this type of surface and it is definitely not suitable for short throw projectors. As a rule the higher the lens throw ratio & the longer the throw distance the better the resulting image.

@SturmansAV Follow

This video does a great job of clarifying the new (S2) Sonos equipment vs the old (S1) Sonos equipment and how thin… https://t.co/SJY4vqTo1A

Hi everyone, on 27/02/2020 we will be having some work done on our phone so we may not be contactable via phone. Th… https://t.co/mIe3K29KxO

Did you want a good quality CD player? What about a good quality streamer? Why not both? https://t.co/fZftk0AjnD

Coming very soon...and we are excited! https://t.co/ARbxyzjUfV

Denon is releasing an update to their already beefy soundbar: https://t.co/kUR6V1FVMq

Did you know you can listen to even more ABC Radio stations on your TV? Radio National, Local Radio and even Triple… https://t.co/Ie7IdXGSxS

Another article on major streaming services in Australia and how they compare. Thinking of getting in? Thinking a… https://t.co/PipQXDPb0B

An interesting video that shows how far TVs have come: https://t.co/yl71BCMnOd

The phasing out of this feature will affect some of our customers. Are you one of them? https://t.co/kJ6ZVnG7lr

Reviews are coming in thick and fast for the MU2's. https://t.co/m2H2um4TMK