SI Adds Acoustically Transparent Weave to Zero Edge Flex Projection Screen

Screen Innovations (SI) has updated its Zero Edge FLEX frame style and added the company’s Maestro White and Maestro Gray acoustically transparent, woven, screens.
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Screen Innovations (SI) has updated its Zero Edge FLEX frame style and added the company’s Maestro White and Maestro Gray acoustically transparent, woven, screens.

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The now-shipping screen starts at a suggested retail price of $1,680. 

The company’s Zero Edge design broke the projection screen rigidity barrier with a new flexible frame to make on-site assembly easier for custom installers. Zero Edge FLEX breaks down and assembles on-site, making it cost effective to ship and navigate tight spaces, elevators, and stairways, according to the company.

“FLEX has been a hugely popular frame style largely due to the fact that it can be packaged to fit in a much smaller box greatly simplifying the logistics of shipping a rigid panel,” said Skyler Meek, SI’s director of marketing. “At Screen Innovations, we are obsessed with simplicity, not only for ourselves but primarily for our dealers; so making this huge leap forward in technology was a no-brainer.”

Zero Edge FLEX Slate, ambient-light rejecting screen material, can be configured to 390 inches (measured diagonally in 16:9). Maestro tops out at a maximum of 185 inches.

The now-shipping screen starts at a suggested retail price of $1,680.

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