Vutec’s Stiletto Projection Screen Produces Sharp Images in 8K
The 8K-ready Stiletto line of projection screens from Vutec are available in a choice of screen materials with optional LED backlighting.
With the home theater market growing once again through technologies like Ultra HD 4K with HDR and object-based surround sound formats like Dolby Atmos, homeowners are asking dealers for stylish system options. One stylish option, provided by Fla.-based video equipment manufacturer Vutec, is the new Stiletto projection screen.
Vutec is stepping up to provide its dealers with a line of products that address the aesthetic and performance demands homeowners require from integrators. The Stiletto line of projection screens features the company's edgeless screen industrial design to integrate into a variety of home spaces unobtrusively.
Augmenting the Stiletto's "floating edge" design is an optional LED backlighting kit that can be installed to provide added image depth and "coolness" to a theater installation.
Compatible with Ultra HD 4K with HDR, as well as futuristic 8K images, the Stiletto family of products is offered in a choice of screen materials that include the .95-gain GreyDove; the 1.3-gain BriteWhite or 0.8-gain SoundScreen screen fabric. Vutec says electronics professionals can order the Stiletto screen in sizes that range from 92 inches diagonal to 159 inches diagonal.
The company also points out the acoustically transparent SoundScreen material supports the installation of speakers behind the screen for dedicated home theater installations. The fixed-frame line is manufactured in the U.S.
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