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Severtson Launches Perforated Option for Its Broadway Series

Now available with an acoustically transparent option in seven screen sizes ranging from 100 to 165 inches.

Severtson Screens has announced the launch of a white, perforated, acoustically-transparent screen option for its Broadway Thin Bezel Series fixed frame projection screen solutions.

Severtson Screens Broadway Acoustically Transparent Screen

“After meeting customer demand for a new lower-cost Broadway Series Thin Bezel collection last year, they then asked for a perforated version, and we are proud to deliver,” says Aaron White, home theater and pro AV sales lead at Severtson Corp. “Now available with an acoustically transparent option in seven screen sizes ranging from 100 to 165 inches, Broadway is a complete collection of fixed frame projection screens that offer a sturdy extruded aluminum frame with a 3/8-inch visible border for a fully maximized viewing area. They are excellent solutions for any home theater, office, conference room, sports bar, or other venue needing a modern, high-performance projection screen.”

The Broadway Thin Bezel Series’ durable, aluminum frame offers the thinnest visible bezel that Severtson Screens can provide, offering a clean, sharp appearance that maximizes the viewable area. Each screen is manufactured to the same high standards as Severtson’s large cinema screens installed in theaters worldwide.

Broadway Thin Bezel Series material choices include:

  • Broadway White: 1.1 gain; a smooth vinyl, with a white front and black back. The screen surface provides an exceptionally wide 120-degree viewing angle. It is a great choice for situations with well-controlled ambient light and where an exceptionally wide viewing angle is required. Available in a perforated version in multiple sizes.
  • Broadway Grey: 1.0 gain; smooth grey vinyl with a black back. This screen surface provides a higher contrast, ideal for situations where there is more ambient light and a wide viewing angle is desired.

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