NOTE this item is the 2.35:1 screen material without a frame, for Do It Yourself framing (see below for easy video tutorials for making a frame).
Don’t have 100% light control in your media room?
Can’t paint the walls and ceilings black to eliminate light from the screen itself because you’re renting or the wife/girl friend would be upset if you did?
Well there is a solution that gives you an amazing quality image AND the big screen dimensions you want, at a price significantly less than the big brands that it often out performs.
A small company making big waves, Dark Energy Screens were formerly only available in the USA, now available in Australia.
Initially we are offering the screen material for you to DIY the frame (see below for easy frame making videos).
The Abyss .9 is the best choice for image quality if you have a modern reasonably high lumen projector (about 1700 plus). It has a wide viewing angle, great colour accuracy, good gain, no screen induced artifacts and amazing ALR properties.
Use the Dark Energy Abyss .9 Gain screen material with a simple do it yourself frame to assemble your own amazing Dark Energy Abyss Screen.
We developed the DEA DIY Flex screen material to provide you with premium high end ALR (Ambient Light Rejecting) performance without the high end prices.
This is definitely not your standard common ALR material that has low gain, or high gain that adds sparkles, highlights or shimmers, or anything other than a clean, stunning image.
This is a premium multi-layered ALR screen material that can honestly outperform ALR screens that sell for thousands of dollars more. See the AVS Forum and search on ‘dark energy’ to see many recommendations by very knowledgeable (and picky) people, or simply see our ‘Reviews’ page if you haven’t already.
We include 12 cm of extra DEA DIY Flex material to all four edges. This gives you plenty of material to work with, so you can easily grab onto the material while stretching it over a simple DIY frame. It also gives you ample area for stapling or tacking the screen to the frame without damaging the actual screen surface.
You can make a very effective professional looking frame very simply with a trip to Bunnings for a few inexpensive materials.
See either of these youtube videos for step by step easy frame making instructions:
Your hardware store may even cut your pieces to length for you making it super simple to make a screen. Another short cut is to attach the screen material to the back of the frame only and simply spray paint the front of the frame matt black.