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Great Video Screens for Your Theater

By Robert Archer
A look at some of the best video screens on the market.


It might seem like an odd comparison - amplifiers and projection screens - but they have more in common than just being components in a home theater system.


You can build a system around these components knowing they are indifferent to technology's comings and goings.


For example, you can spec a 9-foot wide constant-height, vertical masking, 1.3 gain screen that can be used with today's 1080p products, the emerging active-shutter 3D projector category and with future technologies like 4K video.


During the time the market evolves from 1080p to 3D to 4K, the rest of the components in this hypothetical system will probably be changed out in order to keep pace with changes in the market.


We've rounded up some of the best video screens on the market.



Vutec Dyna-Curve

Vutec is one of the oldest and most respected screen manufacturers in the video market. Vutec's Vision X Dyna-Curve represents a state-of-the-art screen available in a number of shapes (aspect ratios) to accommodate 2.35:1 (CinemaScope), 16:9 (1.78:1 HDTV widescreen) and 4:3 (1.33:1 NTSC analog television), and it's also available in a choice of sizes.

Da-Lite JKP Affinity Series

Joe Kane, president of Joe Kane Productions, has for decades contributed to nearly every facet of the video production/reproduction chain. Working exclusively with Da-Lite, installers now have access to Kane's years of engineering expertise through his jointly-developed JKP Affinity Screens.

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My screen it totally invisible and completely non-intrusive when it's not being used. As a matter of fact, it looks EXACTLY like a wall painted white in flat latex. Profit!!


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Would i still need to wear the glasses when using 3d? I am a fan of the curve though, first home thearter i have seen using this outside of the imax.
 
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