ALR screen needed in light controlled room?

ALR (ambient light-rejecting) screens are designed to reject ambient light and enhance contrast in bright environments. Therefore, if you have a light-controlled room with minimal ambient light, you may not need an ALR screen.

However, if you have some ambient light in the room, or if you want to further enhance the contrast and brightness of your projected image, an ALR screen can still be a good choice. Keep in mind that the effectiveness of an ALR screen can depend on the type and amount of ambient light in the room, as well as the specific ALR technology used in the screen.

Ultimately, the decision to use an ALR screen in a light-controlled room will depend on your personal preferences and the specific conditions of your room. If you're unsure, you may want to consult with a professional installer/seller or do some research on the different types of screens available to determine which one would best suit your needs.

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