Stewart Filmscreen introduced the all-new Balón Edge. This new addition to the Balón series combines the best projection screen surface available with an ultra-thin frame, providing a minimalistic black border finish.

“The new Balón Edge is the perfect wall-mount screen for those who want a thinly framed projection screen,” said Mary Stewart, CEO and owner of Stewart Filmscreen. “Each Balón Edge projection screen is handmade to match your specific viewing needs and made to order for your particular venue. You know you are getting the best when you choose Stewart Filmscreen, and you’ll know this as soon as you open the box. No other company builds to the exacting quality of Stewart, and no other screen company has the breadth of screen fabrics that we do.”

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Both a residential and a pro AV projection screen, the Balón Edge is ideal anywhere two-piece projection is needed. Like the original Balón Borderless, this new screen can be custom-fabricated in any size, up to 16 feet in image width — all seamless — and in any aspect ratio. The Balón Edge features a 0.4-inch border that either can be wrapped in luxurious, Velux light-deadening material that is perfect for overscan light absorption or kept minimalist as a bare-metal painted frame. Both the Balón Borderless and Balón Edge have a one-inch frame depth, keeping the screen snug to the wall.

The Balón series video projection screens feature impeccable fit and finish and offer the same unlimited fabric options customers have come to expect from Stewart Filmscreen. All of Stewart Filmscreen’s 16,000+ flexible front projection screen fabrics are available for Balón Edge along with MicroPerf X2 THX Ultra and CinemaPerf screen perforation for sound transparency. LED lighting is available as an option.

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