|200 x 113 cm|
|240 x 135 cm|
The fixed frame screen is characterised by excellent screen flatness and long life. Once the frame screen has been installed, it does not need to be moved. The fabric stretches onto the rear of the frame, after the frame has been assembled and provides perfect flatness. The screen is protected against temperature change and remains completely flat. The rectangular design provides a perfectly framed projection image once the projector has been properly aligned.
Excellent viewing experience
The fabric provides a particularly fine surface structure. The fabric is manufactured using liquid plastic, resulting in the finely structured surface which produces a high-quality detailed image surface for high resolution projection including 4K. The surface structure is a type D (diffuse) and radiates light evenly on all sides with a gain of 1.0. This ensures optimum colour representation and prevents hotspot effects.
As a fixed frame screen is only installed once, it is not subject to any mechanical strain. The constantly taut fabric is resistant to temperature changes (indoors) and remains perfectly taut. The rigid frame does not degrade by age or rust.
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Further details on fixed frame screens
- How to use the fixed frame screen
- Advantages of the fixed frame screen
- Disadvantages of the fixed frame screen
- Where to use a fixed frame screen
The frame comes in 4 pieces (2x long and 2x short sides).
Once the sides are assembled, the fabric is fastened by springs and elastic straps. As the size and format are fixed, a suitable projector has to be selected. When assembling the frame, it is important to avoid any unsightly joints in the corners. In the last step, the fabric is stretched onto the rear of the frame.
The fixed frame screen, once installed, will provide an enjoyable experience for a long time as the screen is not extended or retracted and stays static.
The fabric remains perfectly taut indefinitely. As the screen is usually wall mounted, no light will penetrate from the rear, an issue that can adversely affect classic pull down or electric screens.
A fixed frame screen is permanently visible and requires a free space on the wall.
It would therefore not be suitable to be installed in front of a TV for instance. The frame remains visible at all times which is ideal for a home cinema environment. Elsewhere, its permanent appearance may present an issue.
95% of fixed frame screens are used in home cinema environments, even large cinemas often use fixed frame screens.
Because of its construction, the screen cannot be moved easily and is designed for environments where regular projections take place. It is for indoor use only.