Elite Shackster , HTS Moderator Emeritus
Interesting. I guess their material + coating outweighs the texture and holes.
Where did you source your material?We used spandex for our 120" screen for an Epson 3010. Theater owner absolutely loves it. It's acoustically transparent and it was only $250 to make. I started a thread investigating the fabric on a microscopic level but unfortunately I have not finished it yet. It may have to be a New Years resolution. Anyway, I know you're not getting the quality of a professional manufacturer but it's a low cost alternative that yields a nice picture.
Sorry I don't have any acoustical testing data. We still haven't even performed any Room EQ yet. It was a time sensitive build and when we got close to finishing we just sacrificed the testing to get things done.Where did you source your material?
Do you have any acoustic attenuation figures from testing?
Did you use a single layer?
How does the picture compare to mainstream options you have seen?
I'm starting to plan for a future theater in a smallish 9' wide room (est: 9'x19') wherein I plant to have three speakers across the front behind an AT screen.
I have the ability to measure the acoustic attenuation if I get a sample. I can post the results.