Screen dimensions: Total area: 62.60 x 47.24 inches / 1,59 x 1,20 mts. Visual area: 60.24 x 44.88 inches / 1,53 x 1,14 mts. ************************************************ LOCH tripod portable projection screen is 75" diagonal at a 4:3 HD format. It has a foldable tripod stand for easy setup and take down. The gain is 1.1, viewing angle is 178 degrees, and the screen is a high quality multilayer matte white with a black backing to avoid light penetration for a clear image. Tripod Portable Projection Screens LOCH new tripod projector screen is an affordable solution for professional or personal projection needs. This easy to use screen is perfect for home theaters, businesses and classrooms. This high quality screen offers smooth transitioning into desired screen height. The aluminum tripod legs provide a stable base during use which will then fold up for easy portability. It is universally suitable for most LED, LCD or DLP projectors on the market. The 1.1 gain and wide viewing angle prevent hot spotting and provide outstanding image reproduction and clarity from all angles. Screen Material All screens are made with a high quality material which has multilayer matte white with a black backing to avoid light penetration for a clear image. Each screen is cleanable with mild soap and water. Sizes Available LOCH tripod portable projection screens are available in sizes 75", 84" Diagonal and 100" Diagonal. In The Box -LOCH Tripod Projector Screen -Aluminum Tripod -Instruction Manual
The quick, portable, tripod design make this screen the go to choice for mobile presentations or even backyard theaters.
With a 75" maximum viewing area (62.60 x 47.24 in) the screen is adjustable up and down to accommodate your room height and can be adapted from 4:3 to a 16:9 aspect ratio, ideal for display data or video content from any projector.
178° viewing angle brings vivid clarity to any seat in the room.
The Matte White screen finish provides vibrant color for a wide range of uses.
The keystone eliminator feature allows for easy adjustment for projector placement, providing a proportional projected image. When not in use, the eliminator hides out of sight for easy transport.