Posted on 20th October, 2017


Elite Screens Australia has announced its Aeon CLR fixed framed projection screen is now available in Australia.

The Aeon CLR is an EDGE FREE CLR fixed frame screen that uses Elite’s newest StarBright 'Ceiling Light Rejecting' ultra-short throw material.

Edwin Ramirez, the Sales Manager at Elite Screens Australia, told StereoNET:

Its angular serriform micro-structure negates 95% of the washout effects of ambient lighting from overhead sources,

The highly specialised design is said to enable the material to provide contrast levels that are 100 times greater than that of standard matte white projection screens in similar lighting.

The StarBright CLR material has been designed explicitly for ultra-short-throw projectors to provide a large-screen performance with full dynamic shadow elimination.

It also dwarfs today’s large 85” flat-panel displays at a fraction of their cost.

Aeon CLR is said to offer a wide viewing angle, neutral colour temperature, and enhanced picture contrast in a theater-grade image.

The screen also comes with an LED edge backlighting kit, as well as an infrared remote (IR) control.

Elite Screens Australia says that the Aeon CLR with StarBright CLR material is the most premium screen option of the Aeon Series which is also available in CineWhite 1.1 gain matte white and CineGrey 3D 1.2 gain ambient light rejecting material for standard throw projectors.

Available now, the Aeon CLR 100” 16:9 screen sells locally for $3,499 RRP.

For more information visit Elite Screens.


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