DNP's Zenith Delivers Big Screen to the Boardroom
DNP’s new Zenith video screen is engineered for rear-projection systems in boardrooms, TV studios, multiscreen installations and home theater.
DNP screen is designed for rear-projection installations that use high-output projectors.
By Robert Archer

With projection video systems becoming increasingly popular, these technologies are popping up in a wider variety of environments.

The Danish company DNP Denmark’s new Zenith screen is engineered for rear-projection system installations. DNP Denmark says its new 2.2-gain screen is designed to minimize hot spotting problems, while maintaining high levels of contrast and brightness. DNP adds the screen’s tinted, anti-glare surface means that the material works with a variety of projectors, including a range of high light output projectors.

The Zenith can be used for large- screen installations in almost any type of install.

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About the author
Robert Archer has been covering the electronics industry for more than a decade, and before his work with EH Publishing, he worked at several local Boston newspapers.

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