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Carl's ProGray Projector Screen Material (High Contrast Gray, Low Ambient Light, DIY Projector Screen, Wall Mount or Roll Down)

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ProGray Projector Screen Material is an excellent solution if you plan to staple the material directly onto drywall, without building a frame, and you have low light concerns. It also works well if you are designing a roll down mechanism. ProGray's front projection, thicker and stiffer properties are what make these mounting solutions possible.

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ProGray Projector Screen Material is an excellent solution if you plan to staple the material directly onto drywall, without building a frame, and you have low light concerns. It also works well if you are designing a roll down mechanism. ProGray's front projection, thicker and stiffer properties are what make these mounting solutions possible. Its textured, high contrast grey surface with approximate gain of 0.8 - 1.0 offer greater contrast and deeper black levels in a light low environment. HD and Active 3D images are possible, but ProGray’s texture and high contrast gray hue may slightly diminish high-end results. Carl's ProGray Material is made of a fiberglass layer, bonded with PVC and works best for indoor applications. Its black backing prevents light from passing through from behind the screen. A fixed frame is possible, but is more challenging to install. Extra time and effort will be required for fixed frame installations to avoid waves or ripples. Do Not fold or wrap this material, staple it onto the front of a wooden frame and consider buying Buy Black Felt Tape to cover your staples and give yourself a professional-looking, contrast-boosting border (sold separately). Designers and DIY enthusiasts alike can choose from multiple sizes and prices perfect for any custom-look, space and budget. This material ships wrinkle free, rolled on a tube with a max height of 116-inches. Not recommended for use with a short throw projector due to a risk of hot spots.

  • Perfect for wall mounting; simply staple the material directly onto drywall without building a frame
  • Its front projection, thicker and stiffer properties also make it perfect for roll down applications
  • Its textured, high contrast grey surface offer greater contrast and deeper black levels in a light low environment
  • ProGray Material is made of a fiberglass layer, bonded with PVC and works best for indoor applications
  • Performs best when paired with a bright projector (2,000+ lumens)
  • Ships Free!* Ships rolled on a tube
  • Weight/Dimensions | Handling Time, Delivery & Returns

Tips:  Don’t forget to Buy Black Felt Tape for a professional-looking, contrast-boosting border (sold separately). For high-end 4K, HD or Active 3D images consider Carl's FlexiWhite or Carl's UltraWhite screen materials which have a white surface with less texture. A fixed frame is possible, but is more challenging to install. Extra time and effort will be required for fixed frame installations to avoid waves or ripples. Note: Do NOT fold or wrap ProGray Projector Screen Material. Also see Our Awesome FAQ.

What Are Our Customers Saying?

Scot H."I couldn't be happier in terms of image quality; blacks look deeper, with better contrast, and highlights don't have annoying hotspots. Also, due to the gray (vs a white screen) I get better performance during the day when light pollution is an issue in my living room. The other reason I went with this particular screen is I didn't want to deal with building a frame or stretching a screen. With this screen I just grabbed my staple gun and tacked it up on the wall. For less than a hundred bucks this thing is great."

Michael N."I made my own huge projector screen for our youth group room, using Carl's ProGray screen material. It cost approximately $125 bucks to create a giant screen on the wall which would normally cost... what $400-$500 dollars? This is the way to go."

Devin P."I am so happy with my purchase. This has truly enhanced my theater experience at home. It was a super-fast transaction, as well as, great customer service. Thank You"

Carlos M."Carl's is the best. Very fast delivery, packaged perfectly. The image is better and colors are vivid."

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