Stewart Filmscreen Phantom HALR Ambient Light Rejecting Screen Review
Performance Setup Value
PRICE $4,132 as reviewed
AT A GLANCE
Excellent off-axis light rejection
Wide viewing angle maintains color saturation
Very good calibration
Cloudy artifacts with camera pans on bright scenes
A paradoxical hybrid that blends excellent contrast management for challenging viewing environments with a frustrating callousness about pristine image fidelity.
Two years ago, Sound & Vision contemplated how pairing sub-$2K projectors with innovative ALR (ambient light rejecting) screens might compete as similarly priced replacements for large flat panels in multipurpose environments. Compelling, immersive, life-size projected images for the same currency swap as a diminutive, backlit, uh…TV?
By Jon Iverson|
2017-10-05T18:46:10+00:00 October 5th, 2017|Categories: Sound + Vision|Comments Off on Stewart Filmscreen Phantom HALR Ambient Light Rejecting Screen Review