Nothingprojector Black Series Screen - Small sample

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Size: A4 Size
Material: NP Black Series Screen

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Specifications

Brand

NothingProjector

Gain

0.6

Applicable Projectors

Ultra-short Throw

Viewing Angle

160 degrees

Coating

ST Carbon Black

Materials

Pet Crystal

Resolution

4K UHD

Available Sizes

A4

Ambient Light Rejection

95%

Nothing projector black series ust alr screen

NOTHINGPROJECTOR BLACK SERIES SCREEN!

The ultimate companion for ultra-short throw projectorsVibrant Details,

Vivid ImageEnjoy a stunning 4K Ultra HD image on a huge screen in your

own living room.

nothing projector screen Carbon Black Material Coating Technology   Enhance Black Level Performance

What is ST Carbon Black?


ST Carbon Black undergoes high-temperature treatment during its preparation, giving it excellent light-absorbing properties. It effectively absorbs light, reducing reflection and scattering, thus enhancing the contrast and image quality of lenticular screens. Additionally, it provides deeper and more saturated blacks, making the black areas more vivid and distinct

Customer Reviews

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Sunil Kumar Bathini
Was expecting low gain as this is a black series screen sample

I am in the market for a high contrast low gain screen so that I can get the best of my high bright projector, however the screen I bought from Alibaba in 2019(my current screen) has better contrast so I don't think this is a good choice for me. However this could be a good option for those who have low brightness projectors like 2000 - 2400 lumens

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P H
Not user friendly sample, screen ineffective in moderate ambient light

Sample review:
For a product whose sole intent is to sell me on the full-size screen w/ frame, NP did little to help sell it.
- No instructions included to help set up the sample for viewing test.
- Sample comes with an acrylic protective backing that peels off, but it peels off the back/black side of the screen, not the front/grey side of the screen, so not really sure of its purpose. Might as well leave it on for further reinforcement of the screen sample’s shape/flatness, since you’re unlikely to stretch such a small sample properly for flat viewing.
- Sample also doesn’t have an arrow to indicate which direction is “UP” for the ALR sawtooth pattern. After spinning the sample several times with a flashlight casting light from above, I found the correct landscape orientation. But interestingly, one of the portrait orientations seemed to be as effective (though neither were very effective) against moderate ambient light (probably because I have more ambient light coming from the right side due to window location). The other two orientations definitely killed basically all visual information from the projector getting back to viewer.

Screen review:
TLDR: screen boosts performance in extremely low-light conditions, but is ineffective in low to moderate ambient light conditions.
- The sawtooth effect of the screen is obvious when emitting harsh light from above (see photo where flashlight from above washes out image on wall heavily and washes out image onscreen far less).
- As is well publicized, these sawtooth screens don’t do a lot against strong horizontal light (see photo with flashlight from side) - the image onscreen washes out similarly to how it does on a white wall. Seems a more expensive lenticular screen is the only solution for this.
- My interest in an ALR screen is mostly for moderate, multidirectional ambient light (and in particular, for low contrast and dark projected images, TV/film scenes). I have a 3000 ansi lumens UST projector, and it performs well at night even with low levels of artificial lighting. But I want my projector to perform well during the day. I don’t mind closing the shades, but even with shades down, ambient light can be relatively strong, and thus my white walls don’t allow for strong blacks, and they generally flatten contrast way down.
- I found the screen sample did little to improve legibility under both moderate lighting conditions I tested: multidirectional daytime ambient lighting (shades down, but ambient light still heaviest from the right) and moderate nighttime artificial lighting (heaviest from above, but strong enough to illuminate the room fairly well). Whites that were bright white (on white wall) became dull whites/light greys (on screen), blacks that appeared as dull, washed out blacks (on white wall) became darker blacks (on screen). The contrast maybe improved a bit, but more than anything the range of visible colors just shifted darker. Better blacks, worse whites. I found that dark TV scenes remained difficult to see. Darker grays, darker blacks, similar contrast. (see image from a dark scene in Lioness; the background black gets darker, but the white highlights of Zoe’s face also get darker/more grey, and the browns of her face get darker too and less vibrant)
- The only use case that the screen seemed to work well for was extremely low ambient light conditions (for instance, when a light is on in other room but has no direct cast onto the projection wall/screen, or very low artificial lighting from above). I guess this is the target user: those with dark home theaters who just want an even better image. In this case, I could see that definition in the blacks got better, colors sometimes popped even more, whites still seemed fairly bright. (You’ll see this in the lights-off photo of the same scene from Lioness and a later scene)

Hi PH,

I wanted to express my gratitude for your detailed feedback on our sample. We value your input immensely and appreciate your efforts in helping us improve our product.

To clarify, the sample provided is not meant to be detached from its current configuration. When you receive the screen, kindly follow these instructions for optimal evaluation:

Hold the sample under a source of light, ensuring that the back/black side of the screen faces downwards, and the front/grey side faces the light source.
Observe the texture of the screen sample under the light to confirm that the grain is oriented horizontally.
Flip the screen 180 degrees while keeping the black side facing upwards towards the light source.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at admin@nothingprojector.com. We're here to assist.

Regards

Zoey