We are often asked about our standard sizes. Which would we recommend? That’s a tough question. All depends on the aspect ratio the install demands and the size of the room. Five years ago, this was much simpler. A 100” or 120” diagonal NTSC format was everyone’s “go to” size. Those sizes are still popular, but customers want larger screens. And if you venture in to 16:9 or 16:10, the screens are even larger. In order to maintain the height of the image the customer is accustomed to, the width grows. So our 100” NTSC screen that is 60” high x 80” wide is suddenly 60” high x 96” wide in a 16:10 format. This is a good trend for projection screen manufacturers. Flat screens have yet to compete in this larger venue. And we anticipated this change. Within the past 18 months, we have added screen models that are larger than ever.
We expanded our popular Access screen line to include the Access XL (pictured here). The case may be pre-installed for any Access model, and it is self-trimming. We invented this concept and still have the best in the market. We also added the Paragon/V, making the Paragon line the largest tensioned and non-tensioned motorized screen that we offer. Our StageScreen, made for the rental and staging markets and permanent installs, is available up to 80’ wide, and its modular concept is again innovative! Our newly redesigned Scissor Lift complements our larger screens, with drop available to 32’. We are truly ready for any install. For Draper the size doesn’t matter!