Draper 383502 Stage Screen Portable Projection Screen
All available sizes of the free-standing or flown StageScreen utilize a combination of the same frame sections. Interchangeable parts make it easy to reuse frame pieces to create different size viewing formats. While offering an optimal solution for streamlining inventory, sizing flexibility also enables a greater return on initial investment for the AV rental market. An 8” (20 cm) truss design makes StageScreen significantly stronger than traditional truss folding screens. Draper’s unique DuraLoop™ bungee system features quick, easy attachment of the viewing surface. Self-centering tension offers a truly flat viewing surface for better image quality making StageScreen ideal for stage, theaters, or large venues.
- Maximum image width up to 120’ (37 m) wide.
- May be wall-mounted, suspended, or free-standing.
- Frame available in a black finish. Optional anodized silver finish available upon request.
- No hinges, snaps, or handy cranks required. Color-coded frame and instructions ensure fast and easy assembly.
- Frame sections are connected with permanently attached threaded links and guide pins.
- Viewing surface attaches easily to perimeter frame with DuraLoop™ bungee cord loops.
- The image area of each screen is exact and true to format.
- Includes wheeled heavy-duty polyethylene carrying case.
- Custom sizes available.
Viewing surfaces available:
- TecVision XH700X Grey
- TecVision XH800X UST ALR
- TecVision XH900X ALR
- TecVision MS1000X ALR
- TecVision CS1000X ALR
- TecVision CS1200X ALR
- TecVision XT1000X White
- TecVision XT1100X White
- TecVision XT1300X White
- TecVision XT1600X White
- TecVision XT1800X White
- TecVision CS1000X ALR NanoPerf
- TecVision CS1200X ALR NanoPerf
- Matt White XT1000VB
- CineFlex CH1200V
- CineFlex White XT700V
- Surface material: CineFlex White XT700V
- Image Format: HDTV
- Diagonal size: 413″
- Image/Viewable area: 202 1/2″ x 360″
- Overall size: 220 1/2″ x 376 1/2″
- Product weight: 386 pounds
- Shipping weight: 453 pounds