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Ambient Light Rejection (ALR)
Slate AT performs exceptionally well as an acoustically transparent material, and it also carries the same ambient light rejecting qualities as its non-acoustic variation. It is truly the best sound and best image.
Slate AT 1.2
|Max Viewing Height||102″
|Minimum Throw||1.5 x Image Width|
|Projection Type||Front Only|
The effect of the perforated screen has very little attenuation starting at about 1-2kHz and up. Typical impact on frequency response is well within the -3db range with a peak attenuation of -6db at 20kHz. This difference is easily corrected by most modern receivers with room correction. Additionally, many architectural speakers feature a treble compensation switch to adjust for this type of installation.
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