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Slate AT Acoustically Transparent Projection Screen
Director Level Sound

The center channel is dedicated to the vocal track and is ideally placed behind the center of the viewing surface. This creates vocalizations directly from the image of the actor.

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Acoustic Perfection

Our perforation pattern is much more tightly woven than standard acoustic screens with 30,000 half-millimeter sized holes in just one square foot of space.

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Slate AT Acoustically Transparent Projection Screen
Slate AT Acoustically Transparent Projection Screen
Director Level Sound

The center channel, which produces all of the vocal track in a film, is ideally placed so that the sound from the actor emanates directly from his or her image. This challenge is most easily accomplished with an acoustically transparent (AT) screen.

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Slate AT Acoustically Transparent Projection Screen
Acoustic Perfection

Placing speakers behind the projection screen is commonplace in almost every commercial cinema. Our perforation pattern, however, is much more tightly woven with 30,000 half-millimeter sized holes in just one square foot of space.

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