dnp Supernova XL Screen ISF Certified
The newly announced Supernova XL projection screen features the company's latest tensioning system and mount designs to help dealers easily install the product in a variety of locations.
As the projection market continues to grow, the applications in which systems are installed into are becoming as varied and diverse as any point in the history of the electronics market.
Stepping up to provide residential and commercial dealers with a large screen product solution is the Danish manufacturer dnp. The company’s latest solution is the Supernova XL. dnp offers the screen in versions that include its 08-85 Imaging Science Foundation (ISF) screen material.
“The Supernova XL screen’s size and optical performance make it the ideal screen for venues such as auditoriums and houses of worship. It also offers a more cost-effective option to the Supernova Infinity in screen sizes below 240-inch diagonally,” says Jesse Walsh, sales and marketing manager, dnp North America.
The screen is available in widths up to 17.5 feet. It ships rolled in boxes approximately 24-inches wide x 17-inches tall x 123-inches in length, depending on the size of the screen. In addition, the Supernova XL also incorporates dnp’s latest tensioning system and a mount system designed for fast installations.
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