Draper Euroscreen ReAct 3.0 fixed frame
Please get in touch about pricing for all Draper ReAct 3.0 screens, fixed frame with and without Veltex are available but we definitely recommend the Velvet option to soak up image overspill
Ideal AV were the first in the UK to offer this fantastic ambient light rejecting surface for home Cinema and we are still the best
A few years ago, Euroscreen introduced the revolutionary screen surface ReAct. ReAct 3.0 soon got very popular thanks to the high contrast features in combination with a competitive price. Through the years the surface has been upgraded and improved thanks to new technology, and now it’s time to present ReAct 3.0.
ReAct 3.0 is an unsupported, silver grey front projection surface with enhanced light control. The ReAct 3.0 surface is slightly darker in colour than its predecessor, which eliminates ambient light even better, but at the same time the new ReAct 3.0 surface will be better at filtering daylight and will project a brighter image. The coated structure and the new finish of the ReAct 3.0 material boost colour contrast (colour temp 6508 K) and black levels, and provide a full depth in the projected image. With an improved viewing angle you get an even better viewing experience, even in a brightly lit audience area. And with a gain of 1.0 and a viewing angle of 76°, ReAct 3.0 offers universal benefits, and is an excellent choice for many AV installations. The material is equally suitable for conference rooms as for home theatres.
ReAct 3.0 is Full HD and 8K compatible, and the flexible fabric ensures an excellent, flat viewing surface for fixed frame and Tab Tension screens. With a darker silver coloured material, the surface is even more suitable for use in bright areas than the previous versions of ReAct. Used in Tab Tension, the silver grey finish provides a natural framing of the projected image, even if you choose a screen without black borders. Without the permanent borders you get a projection screen that delivers a more flexible choice when it comes to choosing your projection format.