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Carada Masquerade Masking System Review

Carada Masquerade Masking System Review

Carada unveiled, for the first time, its new Masquerade automated masking system at the Audioholics 2007 State of the CE Union Event. To say that this is an industry-changing product (at least in terms of price to market) would be an understatement. Sold for the price of some competitors' fixed wall screen systems (just $2499 for a 110" diagonal) the Masquerade offers full horizontal masking up to 2.70:1, meaning that all of your widescreen movies can now be watched without those often annoying black bars.

Carada unveiled, for the first time, its new Masquerade automated masking system at the Audioholics 2007 State of the CE Union Event. To say that this is an industry-changing product (at least in

— November 15, 2007 11:21 in Projector Screen Reviews

Elite Screens F80NWH Portable Projector Screen Review

Elite Screens F80NWH Portable Projector Screen Review

The perfect screen to complement a portable or dual-use projection system would be durable, portable and equally easy to pull out and set up. Elite Screens ez-Cinema systems match that description perfectly.

The perfect screen to complement a portable or dual-use projection system would be durable, portable and equally easy to pull out and set up. Elite Screens ez-Cinema systems match that description

— July 16, 2007 16:58 in Projector Screen Reviews

Screen Innovations Visage Projector Screen Review

Screen Innovations Visage Projector Screen Review

Screen Innovations, a company headquartered in Austin, Texas has recently introduced a new revolutionary screen. It is called the Visage (formerly referred to as the ‘Mirage’) and it has the ability to overcome light-filled rooms even with moderately bright front projection systems. The new breakthrough screen uses a patented high contrast filter that covers 60% of the screen surface. This enables the projected image to be reflected by the screen while at the same time absorbing ambient incidental light from other angles produced by windows and room lighting.

Screen Innovations, a company headquartered in Austin, Texas has recently introduced a new revolutionary screen. It is called the Visage (formerly referred to as the ‘Mirage’) and it has the ability

— March 05, 2006 19:00 in Projector Screen Reviews

Da-Lite Acoustical Imager Projector Screen Review

Da-Lite Acoustical Imager Projector Screen Review

For those of you with a smaller budget and design concerns from the other half, a new product recently introduced by Da-Lite may make your dream of having a cinema-sized screen in your home a reality. Da-Lite Screen has partnered with JBL Audio and recently introduced the Da-Lite Acoustical Imager Screen. This is a fixed wall mount screen that incorporates the front left, center, and right speakers directly into the frame of the screen. The screen also comes complete from the manufacturer with a 10 inch, 150 watt powered subwoofer and two small satellite speakers to be used as the surrounds.

For those of you with a smaller budget and design concerns from the other half, a new product recently introduced by Da-Lite may make your dream of having a cinema-sized screen in your home a

— September 01, 2005 00:00 in Projector Screen Reviews

Carada Projector Screen Review

Carada Projector Screen Review

The Carada Criterion projector screen offers a bargain alternative to the fixed screen wall systems offered by the name brand companies. The seamless Brilliant White screen material, with its 1.4 gain and thicker density, nearly mimics the performance of the popular Studiotek 130 screen, though further testing would be needed to see just how close it comes. I think that those looking to acquire the look of a professional installation on a budget would do well to consider Carada's new Criterion series screens - the pricing, performance and ease of use make it hard not to.

The Carada Criterion projector screen offers a bargain alternative to the fixed screen wall systems offered by the name brand companies. The seamless Brilliant White screen material, with its 1.4

— February 23, 2005 19:00 in Projector Screen Reviews

Projector Screen Shootout: Stewart, Da-Lite & Carada Compared

Projector Screen Shootout: Stewart, Da-Lite & Carada Compared

For many of us who have fallen victim to the world of home theater technology, there comes a point when we graduate to the "big screen". For me, this happened when I stumbled across a DLA-DS1 JVC video projector that needed a new power supply. It was one of those "bargain basement" deals I just couldn't pass up. I mean, we're talking a serious upgrade from a 1997 52-inch 4:3 Sony RPTV that didn't even have RGB inputs.

For many of us who have fallen victim to the world of home theater technology, there comes a point when we graduate to the "big screen". For me, this happened when I stumbled across a DLA-DS1 JVC

— February 27, 2004 19:00 in Projector Screen Reviews