DreamScreen V6 UltraHD DynaGrey & BrightWhite D65 16:9 / 2.35:1 92"-185" DIY screen fabric

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Your image is really never better than what the screen is able to reflect! The requirement on the performance of the screen increases as the source becomes available in higher quality and the projectors start rolling out 4K, laser and all other sorts of features. The DreamScreen series of UltraHD screen material is developed with 4K, HDR and high color accuracy in mind, and effectively combines a surprisingly competitive price with performance even true enthusiasts have come to embrace.



DynaGrey and BrightWhite screen material

You can select either the new V6 version of the DynaGrey light grey fabric with a gain-factor of 0.8 as well as the new 6. generation BrightWhite matte white fabric with a gain of 0.95.

The DynaGrey is our recommended choice for most regular setups in living rooms where walls and ceiling is typically white / light colored and thus reflective. The grey nuance in the fabric reflect less from the surroundings than a regular white fabric and therefore delivers improved image dynamics. However, this is at a cost of gain (the amount of light reflected), about 20% less compared to the BrightWhite fabric. Still, since image dynamics and contrast is of such importance for the perceived quality of the image, our clear recommendation is to use the BrightWhite fabric only in highly light-reflective-controlled rooms with dark / non-reflective ceilings, floors and walls surrounding the screen.

The DynaGrey

We actually reduced the gain from our 5. generation DynaGrey by 0.1 in order to obtain an even matter surface. This ultramatte surface provides the best image quality we have been able to supply to date and is a clear upgrade from our previous generations of fabric. The matter we are able to get the surface, the less you are able to see the actual structure from it. The best projection screen is actually the one you don´t notice at all!

Our V6 fabric (to the right) has been made significantly matter, providing even less visible structural appearance and noticeable improved overall quality

This gain in combination with the general design of the fabric secures that no speckles (reflective artifact) appears or polarization-residue remains (which is important when using active 3D). Speckle is a very common issue for screen-material in both high and low price-classes, a phenomena that both reduces the actual resolution / detailing of white / bright segments as well as introduces a lot of general noise to the image. We are dedicated to make certain such issues are not apparant with any of our screen-materals and would therefore never increase gain to levels that potentially introduces these issues.


Example of a (heavily) speckled (left) vs. a non-speckled (right) reflection


Furthermore, the fabric has an ultra fine structural coating, and with no use of fiber threads or other coarse elements the structure of the surface is not visible even at very close seating-distances.

The BrightWhite

The BrightWhite, matte white fabric has a gain-factor or 0.95. In addition to getting the surface matter than ever before on our BrighWhite as well, for the 6. generation, we´ve been able to get the color reflection down to an extremely impressive level of about 1-1,5% of that of the D65 reference; Stewart Studiotek 100. Although the grey material is also very color accurate, measured within 4% of the Stewart Studiotek 100, the V6 matte white fabric really is a cinema enthusiasts dreamscreen so to speak. If you do have the typical "batcave" cinema-room available, where floors, walls and ceiling close to the screen is dark and non-reflective in nature, this fabric is our clear reccommendation.

D65 tuned

D65 is the term for the white-point all Blu-ray-discs and other types of video-content is mastered at. In order to display the image identical to your source you need to make certain your equipment projects that same D65 white-point.

Although calibration is still required even when the screen-material is D65 neutral, the neutral reflection will require less calibration-corrections than screen-material that moves primary colors too much in one direction or the other. For example, if a screen reflects green 5% more than it´s supposed to, the calibrator would need to reduce the overall brightness of the entire image by a significant % in order to compensate for the error.

Our DynaGrey fabric measures within 4% of the Stewart Studitek 100 reference, while the BrightWhite measures within 1-1,5%. Both fabrics are considered highly D65 color neutral, and will take very little toll on the brightness produced by your projector when calibrated to D65.