Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Ewan, Feb 12, 2005.
Do you need need masking on the rear of screen?
When you say masking, Do you mean as in Black bordering or a masking to block natural light passing through the material?
I assume you mean the latter. I have seen Some lower cost screens which I have actually viewed the movie on the wall behind the screen.(not recommended)
Generally if the screen isn't mounted in front of a window then a decent quality screen won't give you any issues.
If the screen is too be mounted in front of the window, then I would look for a manufacturer who supplies the screens with the coating they apply to the rear of the screen for this purpose.
Im sure thier are lots out there. Stewart Filmscreen is high end but covers all these issues in the manufacturing process.
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