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VisuaLax 120" Fixed Frame Cinema Excel 16:9 Premium High Contrast Grey TV Cinema Entertainment Projector Screen

$725

Why gray Screens?

The concept of the gray screen was first introduced by Stewart Filmscreen with their Grayhawk product in 2001, and gray screens have become immensely popular ever since.


Gray screens are often called high contrast screens because their purpose is to boost contrast on digital projectors in viewing rooms that are not entirely dark. The gray screen absorbs ambient light that strikes it better than a white screen does. In so doing the black level on the screen is maintained. This works because, assuming the projector has ample lumen output as most digital projectors do, whites remain satisfyingly white while blacks are maintained at a deeper black. The net effect is to increase the contrast range of the image on the screen.

Marantz MM8077 7 Channel AV Power Amplifier

$4,750

Marantz MM8077 7 Channel Power Amplifier delivers exceptional multichannel surround sound with increased operating stability, low distortion, improved instant power supply capability and 7 x 150 Watts of power at 8Ω. The Marantz MM8077 successfully delivers subtle nuance of your music and thrilling movie soundtrack performance.

VisuaLax Electric Motorized HD 100" High Contrast Grey Screen with Remote Pure16:9

$300

Why grey screens ?

The concept of the grey screen was first introduced by Stewart Filmscreen with their Grayhawk product in 2001, and grey screens have become immensely popular ever since.

Grey screens are often called high contrast screens because their purpose is to boost contrast on digital projectors in viewing rooms that are not entirely dark. The grey screen absorbs ambient light that strikes it better than a white screen does. In so doing the black level on the screen is maintained. This works because, assuming the projector has ample lumen output as most digital projectors do, whites remain satisfyingly white while blacks are maintained at a deeper black. The net effect is to increase the contrast range of the image on the screen.

VisuaLax 115" Fixed Frame Acoustic Transparent Projector Screen 2.35:1

$700

Visualax screens are designed to optimize the home theatre experience.
Advanced technology of micro and dense optical structure, which displays a sharper and higher resolution level through improved reflection of the projected light.
Aluminum alloy frame covered with velvet, change fabric easily.
Suitable for use in home theaters, also for use in scientific research institution, government institution, command center, casino place or other entertainment sites.

VisuaLax 100" Fixed Frame Acoustic Transparent Projector Screen

$470

Visualax Screens are designed to optimize the home theatre experience.
Advanced technology of micro and dense optical structure, which displays a sharper and higher resolution level through improved reflection of the projected light.
Aluminum alloy frame covered with velvet, change fabric easily.
Suitable for use in home theaters, also for use in scientific research institution, government institution, command center, casino place or other entertainment sites.

VisuaLax 100" Fixed Frame Cinema Excel 16:9 Premium High Contrast Grey TV Cinema Entertainment Projector Screen

$595

Why gray Screens?

The concept of the gray screen was first introduced by Stewart Filmscreen with their Grayhawk product in 2001, and gray screens have become immensely popular ever since.


Gray screens are often called high contrast screens because their purpose is to boost contrast on digital projectors in viewing rooms that are not entirely dark. The gray screen absorbs ambient light that strikes it better than a white screen does. In so doing the black level on the screen is maintained. This works because, assuming the projector has ample lumen output as most digital projectors do, whites remain satisfyingly white while blacks are maintained at a deeper black. The net effect is to increase the contrast range of the image on the screen.

VisuaLax Electric Motorized HD 120" High Contrast Grey Screen with Remote Pure16:9

$350

Why grey screens ?

The concept of the grey screen was first introduced by Stewart Filmscreen with their Grayhawk product in 2001, and grey screens have become immensely popular ever since.

Grey screens are often called high contrast screens because their purpose is to boost contrast on digital projectors in viewing rooms that are not entirely dark. The grey screen absorbs ambient light that strikes it better than a white screen does. In so doing the black level on the screen is maintained. This works because, assuming the projector has ample lumen output as most digital projectors do, whites remain satisfyingly white while blacks are maintained at a deeper black. The net effect is to increase the contrast range of the image on the screen.

VisuaLax 100" Fixed Frame Cinema Excel 16:9 Premium White Projector Screen

$578

Add a fabulous fixed frame projection screen to your home. It will be the main "show" in your family room or home theater!


Just like the TV wall mount, this fixed projector screen will make any room special and inviting. There\'s no comparison between our projector screen and run-of-the-mill pull-down or motorized projection screens. With the differences, there are many pluses.

VisuaLax 125" Fixed Frame Acoustic Transparent Projector Screen 2.35:1

$800

Visualax screens are designed to optimize the home theatre experience.
Advanced technology of micro and dense optical structure, which displays a sharper and higher resolution level through improved reflection of the projected light.
Aluminum alloy frame covered with velvet, change fabric easily.
Suitable for use in home theaters, also for use in scientific research institution, government institution, command center, casino place or other entertainment sites.

VisuaLax 100" Fixed Frame High Contrast Grey TV Cinema Entertainment Projector Screen

$415

Why gray Screens?

The concept of the gray screen was first introduced by Stewart Filmscreen with their Grayhawk product in 2001, and gray screens have become immensely popular ever since.


Gray screens are often called high contrast screens because their purpose is to boost contrast on digital projectors in viewing rooms that are not entirely dark. The gray screen absorbs ambient light that strikes it better than a white screen does. In so doing the black level on the screen is maintained. This works because, assuming the projector has ample lumen output as most digital projectors do, whites remain satisfyingly white while blacks are maintained at a deeper black. The net effect is to increase the contrast range of the image on the screen.

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Rotel RSP-1576 Surround Sound Processor

$3,959 $4,399

The Rotel RSP-1576 has been custom designed and engineered for music and movie lovers alike. This Surround Sound Processor includes the latest in audio and video technology including HDMI 2.0 4K/UHD 60Hz HDR video, Audio Return Channel, aptX CD quality wireless streaming and dual Texas Instruments DSPs supporting Dolby Atmos and DTS:X.

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Rotel RMB-1585 Multichannel Power Amplifier

$4,229 $4,699

The RMB-1585, Rotel’s new flagship theatre amplifier, provides both the massive power and sonic sophistication required by the finest home theatre systems. With five channels, each capable of producing 200 continuous watts each into 8 ohm loads (a full kilowatt of output power!), the RMB-1585 masters any A/V system regardless of speaker load or room size.

But it isn’t just pure output power that distinguishes the RMB-1585. It’s the ability to reproduce both the dynamics of a Hollywood blockbuster and the musical nuances of acoustic instruments that sets it apart. Where does this balance come from? It’s a direct result of Rotel’s celebrated Balanced Design Concept in which circuit topology and parts selection meld in the pursuit of sonic excellence.