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Epson Duet 80-Inch Dual Aspect Ratio Projection Screen, Portable 4:3 and 16:9 Aspect Ratio Screen (ELPSC80)

by Epson
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  • Use with any home theater or business projector
  • Enjoy fast, easy setup with the innovative, patent-pending design
  • Expand Screen to the size that best meets your needs - Standard 4:3 or widescreen 16:9
  • Mount on the included floor stand or on a wall with the included wall bracket
  • When closed, Duet forms its own carrying case (just 43" long)
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Epson Duet  80-Inch Dual Aspect Ratio Projection Screen, Portable 4:3 and 16:9 Aspect Ratio Screen (ELPSC80) + Epson VS230 SVGA 3LCD Projector, 2800 color lumens, 2800 white lumens (V11H552220) + Link Depot HDMI to HDMI Cable 25 feet
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  • Product Dimensions: 46.2 x 12.2 x 9.3 inches ; 28 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 29 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000HRYV38
  • Item model number: ELPSC80
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (370 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

One screen two sizes The first ultra portable projection screen to offer both standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) formats, the Duet ultra portable projection screen from Epson provides the perfect solution for both business presentations and home theater applications. Use the included floor stand to set up your screen. Or, mount it to the wall with the included bracket. Then, pull the screen out to the size that works best for you, 65 inches for standard viewing or 80 inches for widescreen viewing. With the innovative, patent-pending, design, setup couldn¿t be easier. In no time at all, you¿ll be ready to sit back and enjoy brilliant images on a bright white screen. When it¿s time to shut down, Duet stores quickly and easily.

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Customer Reviews

Easy to set up , carry and store.
C.K, Florida
Very large, perfect for presentations for a small to medium sized audience.
Doug Elwell
Great quality, well built, very happy.
Joe Stephen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Steve Moeller on May 3, 2007
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As a professsional speaker I've seen hundreds of screens over the past 25 years and this one really stands out. It is everything you could hope for and more. I love the design. It sets up fast, is easy to open and is just the right size for a living room or a medium size (up to 35 people) business meeting. I can't believe the price! I thought it was a good value at the original $250 price and now Amazon has it for under $85. If you need a protable screen, this is a great choice. Since it opens horizontally it is much shorter than other screens of this size. I am considering upgrading my projector now to show movies on tis screen instead of my old 27" TV.
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66 of 70 people found the following review helpful By J. C. de Klerk on December 3, 2007
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The quality of the product's construction was unexpected. It is sturdy and has an attractive design.

Quick to set up and take down. Stored it stands discreetly in the corner of my apartment. The two large black borders that double as the case of the screen were well designed.

I paired this screen with the Optoma DV11 and found it really did bring out the colours and brightness of the projected image.

A significant complaint that I have is that the top inch and a half of the screen sags. I'm still trying to find a solution to this, however overall I do not find that it affects the projected image significantly.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Damon Klein on January 3, 2008
I love this screen. I bought one for my classroom at a retail store after a significant price drop and wall-mounted it. Opening and closing the Duet while mounted on the wall is effortless and will not require a boost if you can reach the releases midway up the screen. I use both the full screen and the widescreen settings, and it makes discernible "clicks" when opened to the appropriate points. I use the Duet with an Optoma EP719 Projector (2500:1 contrast ratio, 2000 ANSI lumens), and the images are bright even with ambient sunlight in the room. For rare occasions when there is too much light in the room (when I need to keep the fluorescent lights on in half the room, for instance) I must use another screen with a higher gain to make the images "pop."

Impressed with the Duet's performance and ease of use, I decided to purchase a second one for home, this time through Amazon. The screen is portable enough to dismount from my classroom wall and bring home with its tripod, but a shoulder injury prevents me from easily removing the screen from the wall bracket without assistance. The projector, however, DOES come home with me on weekends (it, too, is mine, not the school's). My home Duet sets up on its tripod in one simple motion that I can perform even with my injured shoulder. The projected images look fantastic in my darkened living room, and I cannot wait to watch the Super Bowl on this thing! I even use the Duet with a widescreen laptop hooked to the projector, and a wireless keyboard and mouse paired with the laptop. When Monday morning comes around I break down the Duet in about thirty seconds and slide it under my bed where it lies in wait for the following Friday night!

Okay... why not five stars? Well, if I could give it four-and-a-half, I would.
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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Oestreich on June 13, 2011
The top and bottom of the screen curl backwards in the center. There is no clip or additional piece to secure the screen so that it does not curl. The screen comes with a wall mount kit, however you would have the same problem as the lattice-type suspension behind the screen keeps the screen a good 2 inches away from the wall.

If you have a professional keynote or powerpoint presentation in 16:9 format, the top of the screen has a big shadow area from the bending of the screen. The bottom 3 inches of the screen has a shadow area as well that is about 2.5 feet long.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By JoJetSki on August 30, 2012
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The main goal of purchasing this screen was a large screen in a compact space. My projector, the Optoma GT750E, is a wide screen projector and so are my laptops. I liked how this screen folded up into a protective case and the length is much shorter than other screens I have borrowed from colleagues. I was also hoping to use this as my home theater screen for movie night.

The screen is very compact and the way the legs mount into place is quick simple and designed very well. The screen is easy to unfold even if you are a shorter person.

I received the screen at home and unpacked it and set it up. The first thing I noticed was two slight folds running vertical up the screen in the middle. This is caused by the fact that the screen is mounted on two rollers housed in the left and right side of the frame. As you expand the screen from the center out, the two rollers roll out the screen. While the case is in the closed position there is a 3 to 4 inch center section of the screen that is flat and then the rest is rolled up (if my description isn't working picture an old document that is written on a scroll that has a bottom and top piece of wood that you un-scroll). As a result of being stored this way, it caused two vertical shadows with room light hitting the screen. I projected a movie and then my tivo onto the screen and luckily I didn't really notice any ill effects because of these slight creases but if this was my home theater screen I would expect it to not have this flaw.

The other flaw in the screen that is noticeable was that the top of the screen and bottom do not have any type of bar which results in them just being a piece of fabric without any backing. The right and left rollers don't keep the screen tight.
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