Projector Screen Comparison - Criterion Media Screen vs. Precision Media Screen

Criterion Series

Our beautiful new Criterion Series projection screens bring an even higher-end look to your home theater. The 3-1/4" wide by 1-1/2" deep frame has a bevel on the front, inside edge that brings the edge of the frame right down to the surface of the screen.

Criterion Series screens are covered (at no extra cost!) with our Black Hole™ velvet trim to absorb any overspill light from your projector.

The surface material snaps to the rear of the frame to give you a perfectly flat viewing surface, and the frame itself is extremely strong and mounts flush against your wall. Wall mounting brackets are included with all screens.

Carada Creiterion Series Projector Screens

Criterion Series Assembly Instructions

The aluminum extrusion used in our Criterion Series projection frames is custom engineered exclusively for Carada.

  • The frames are extremely stiff and incorporate features that will satisfy the most demanding home theater designer.
  • The face of the Criterion Series is beveled, giving the frame a very high-end look and preventing any possible shadowing on the viewing surface.
  • The viewing surface comes in direct contact with the beveled edge of the frame so there's no gap at all between the frame and the viewing surface.

Carada Criterion Series Projection Screen Engineering Drawing

Precision Series

Our Precision Series projection screens have strong, attractive frames that are built from a rectangular 2" wide by 1" deep aluminum extrusion, and are covered (at no extra cost!) with our Black Hole™ velvet trim to absorb any overspill light from your projector.

The surface material snaps to the rear of the frame to give you a perfectly flat viewing surface. Wall mounting brackets are included with all screens.

Carada Precision Series Projector Screens

Precision Series Assembly Instructions

The aluminum we use in our Precision Series projection frames is approximately 50% thicker than the .062" wall aluminum used by some of our competitors for similar frames.

Carada also selected a 2" high by 1" deep extrusion, instead of the more commonly used 1.5" x 1.5", which makes our Precision Series projector frames stronger in the most important dimension.

In addition, we think you'll agree that our 2" x 1" Precision Series frames are more attractive than boxy 1.5" x 1.5" designs.

Carada Precision Series Projection Screen Engineering Drawing



Carada Criterion and Precision Projection Screen Extrusion DetailsCarada Criterion and Precision Projection Screen Back with Brackets