Encore Screens Releases Cinemotion Motorised Projection Screen Range

Posted on 2nd September, 2021

Encore Screens Releases Cinemotion Motorised Projection Screen Range

Australian cinema projection screen brand, Encore Screens, has announced its new Cinemotion range to complement its highly popular (and StereoNET Applause Award winning) existing CineVue and CineAcoustiq ranges.

Offering the big blockbuster movie experience at home, the Cinemotion range offers up to 150-inches of immersive viewing when extended and a minimal footprint when closed. It's the perfect solution for dual purpose living spaces and particularly useful for smaller homes and apartments when a dedicated media room is not an option.

The Cinemotion series includes three ranges - Stealth TT (100”-150”, Stealth (100”-150”), and Pro (90”-150”). When not in use, the Cinemotion Stealth and Stealth TT ranges allow the motorised screen to fully retract into the white-painted aluminium housing, which is designed to be installed into the ceiling cavity. Stealth! 

As the name suggests, the Stealth TT range features tab-tensioning, ensuring a flat screen that is more immune to air movement from air-conditioning or other sources. It is also ideal to be paired with an Ultra Short Throw (UST) projector.

Available now, Cinemotion Pro screens start at $999 RRP (90-inch), Stealth screens start at $1,249 RRP (100-inch), and Stealth TT screens start at $2,599 (100-inch).

For more information visit Encore Screens


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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