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Elite Screens Sable Frame, 120-inch 16:9, Fixed Frame Home Theater Projection Projector Screen, ER120WH1
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- 120-inch Diagonal, 16:9 Aspect Ratio. View Size: 59.0" H x 104.7" W. Overall Size: 63.5" H x 109.3" W.
- Screen Material: CineWhite, 1.1 Gain. 4K Ultra HD and Active 3D Projection Ready. Features 160 degree viewing angle with fully black backed front projection screen material. Mildew resistant, and easy to clean with soap and water.
- Features a black velvet covered aluminum frame that enhances overall appearance and absorbs projector overshoot. 2.36-inch frame width.
- Included sliding wall mounts allow for convenient horizontal adjustments and easy installation.
- 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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Fixed Frame Projection Screens by Elite Screens a global leader in projection screen manufacturing since 2004. Dedicated to providing superior products and service at affordable prices.
SableFrame series is designed to provide a beautiful picture and is available with an array of projection screen materials while still remaining incredibly affordable. This fixed frame series is perfect for home theater, gaming or business use.
SableFrame’s includes a 2.36-inch thick, contoured aluminum frame with black velour surfacing. Made to not only enhance the overall appearance but serves in absorbing projector light overshoot, and assists in picture contrast. The overall effect in appearance results in a sleek and beautiful picture.
Fixed frame design allows for high tension uniformity. Fix plate tabbed backing secure tension which results in a flawlessly taut projection surface.
Assembles in minutes and easily installs to your wall, with the included sliding wall mounts. These ensure a secure and properly centered finish.
Screen Material Options
CineWhite (Tension Matte White) is a 4K Ultra HD ready front projection material. Feature broad light dispersion through diffusion uniformity, black and white contrast and true color rendition making it the most versatile in Elite's tensions screen product lines. This tension PVC surface is the best choice for today's high-contrast ratio projectors for both commercial or residential presentations. CineWhite material provides superior surface flatness. Uniform diffusion surface has black-backing to eliminate light penetration and easily cleans with mild soap and water.
- 1:1 Gain
- 160 Degree Viewing Angle.
- Mildew Resistant
- Multi-layer PVC w/ Texture and Surface Coating.
CineGrey is a tensioned, high contrast, grey screen material that is specifically designed for low contrast DLP and LCD Home Cinema Projectors. Its superior flatness makes CineGrey ideal for home theater use. This multi-layer, PVC screen material has a coated and textured surface that enhances both color and black and white contrast. Fully black-backed uniform diffusion surface eliminates light penetration and easily cleans with mild soap and water.
- 1.0 Gain
- 160 Degree Viewing Angle.
- Mildew Resistant Multi-layer PVC with texture and surface coating.
- Cleans w/ Water Moistened Cotton Cloth.
CineGrey 3D is an angular reflective front projection screen material. Designed to reject ambient light while maintaining superior picture quality. A perfect solution for rooms that have little or no control over incidental light. CineGrey 3D incorporates a diffusion layer over a highly reflective surface that causes direct light from the projector to reflect squarely into the viewer’s field of vision, while the outer contrast layer absorbs indirect ambient light and enhances image quality. In addition CineGrey 3D increases projector brightness 1.2 times, and is perfect for low lumens output projectors.
- 1.2 Gain
- Degree Viewing Angle.
- 80 Degree Narrow Viewing Angle.
- Polarized 3D, Angular Reflective.
- Flame Retardant, Complies with NFPA 701 Standards.
Screen Material Options
The PowerGain is perfect for environments where total ambient light control cannot be attained. This is an angular reflective material that provides crisp color reproduction, black and white contrast and resists hot spotting in the presence of ambient light. The textured pearlescent material has black-backing to avoid light penetration and can be safely cleaned with mild soap and water.
- 1.8 Gain
- 120 Degree Viewing Angle
- Mildew Resistant
- Multi-layer PVC with texture and surface coating
*Phase-Out Material option, no longer being produced for this series.
AcousticPro1080P3 is a 4K Ultra HD Ready acoustically transparent screen material. Designed for hidden-speaker or rear speaker set-up. This angular weave material allows sound to breathe through the screen while simultaneously eliminating moiré effect. This matte white surface provides excellent color neutrality for superior color reproduction and wide diffusion uniformity.
Detachable black backing eliminates light bleed through and optimizes color neutrality. Perfect for use with todays high definition 1080P projectors in home cinema and commercial applications.
- 1.0 Gain
- 160 Degree Wide Viewing Angle
- Acoustically Transparent Matte White
- Angular Weave
- Mean Attenuation of -3.09dB
- Active 3D compatibility for use with 4K, UHD, and 3D Projectors
|Sable Frame Series||Sable Frame 2 Series||ezFrame Series||ezFrame 2 Series|
|Screen Material Options||CineWhite, AcousticPro 1080P3, and CineGrey 3D||CineWhite||CineWhite, CineGrey, AcousticPro 1080P3, WraithVeil, and CineGrey 5D||CineWhite and CineGrey|
|Aspect Ratio Options||16.9, 16:10 and 2.35:1||16:9, 16:10 and 2.35:1||4:3, 16:9 and 16:10||16:9 and 16:10|
|Frame||Contoured w/ Crown Molding Edge, 2.36" Black Velour Surfaced Aluminum Frame||Contoured w/ Crown Molding Edge, 2.4" Black Velour Surfaced Aluminum Frame||Angular 2.36" Black Velour Surfaced Aluminum Frame||Angular 2.4" Black Velour Surfaced Aluminum Frame|
|Mounting Hardware||✓||Mounting Kit: Includes Wood Screws, Anchors, Wall Brackets, Screwdriver and Mallet||✓||Mounting Kit: Includes Wood Screws, Anchors, Wall Brackets, Screwdriver and Mallet|
|Easy Install Rubber Edge Material||No||Yes, non-acoustically transparent material only||No||Yes, non-acoustically transparent material only|
|2-Year Manufacturer's Warranty||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Elite Screens Sable Frame series is the perfect choice for a stylishly sleek home theater room. The Sable Frame series features a 2.36" contoured black velvet covered aluminum frame with distinct crown molding edge. This attractive frame absorbs projector light overshoot while the rear adjustable fix plates provide superior tension throughout the entire screen surface. The Sable Frame 2 screen easily assembles in minutes and is ready to hang using the included sliding wall mounts that ensure a secure and centered finish.
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I was also impressed with how this screen was packed for shipping. Somewhere in China, a young MBA sat down at the factory that makes and packs this thing and explained in great detail how spending X in up front packing costs would reduce Y in later damage claims. This advice (I assume) was taken to heart because this thing is packed like it is being sent off to war. Prodigious amounts of foam, straps, and hard plastic tubes you could ship an artillery shell in are all present. Should young Jimmy, pulling a second shift down at the docks, have one too many and confuse the left pedal of his forklift with the right, thus driving the blades directly in to the box this screen ships in, I would place better than even odds that it would survive to be hung on someone's wall. That's how well it was packed.
Now for the caveats:
First, having come from the Carada, I didn't realized how spoiled I was when it comes to installation - the Carada's frame is 4 pieces, machined to the nth degree so they fit together easily and perfectly, while the screen itself is secured via many easy to use snaps. If you have a screwdriver handy and any skill at turning it you'll have that screen assembled and ready to go in 10 minutes.
That is not the case with the Elite. Hey, you get what you pay for, and you should only have to assemble it once, right? Just be aware that it's going to take some time, patience (supplanted with beer) and a prodigious amount of swearing to get the job done. One of the reasons this screen is so cheap (and cheap to ship, packing notwithstanding) is because the top and bottom frame pieces are shipped in two parts. In addition to having to assemble this bit (which is easy to do, but hard to master, because you have to be very careful about lining the pieces up right and screwing the bracket in the correct order) it leaves a small but noticeable seam in the top and bottom part of the screen. It's not easy to see (you won't see it sitting down) but it's there if you look. If you are the kind of person bothered by this - you know who you are - then look elsewhere.
The parts are also not machined particularly well, in fact several of the screw holes in mine still had the aluminum cutouts in them, requiring a screwdriver to punch out/remove. I had a fun time getting all the corner pieces inserted correctly, and then lined up so the frame fit together at right angles. Swearing, beer, and a rubber mallet got the job done in the end.
One of many things to watch out for - the "black velvet" look of the frame, which does look very good by the way, is some kind of spray-on felt deal, which attracts pet hair like you wouldn't believe. If you have pets, and you are installing this on a carpeted floor, vacuum first, and vacuum well.
Finally, the screen itself is installed via some plastic tubes you stick around the edges, which are then inserted in to a groove in the frame, which are then held in place by little plastic tabs - about a million of them, if I counted right (the beer might have skewed this total). Add to this the fact that the screen needs to stretch, so by default it is smaller than the inside area of the frame at first, and you are in for a fun afternoon. All I can say is follow the directions on tab order *exactly* and it'll get done.
The good news is, once I had it all up and going, it looked good, the screen itself was tensioned right - no creases, sags, or folds to be seen - and it ended up looking good on my wall, doing a solid job of reflecting the picture my PJ was blasting it with back to my eyeballs.
You can get a better machined screen that looks just as good if not better, but for a far higher price. If you are looking for a budget screen this one does the job - just have a six pack handy, and maybe a buddy, for the install.
I contacted them right after install and received a response on Monday asking me to fill out a RMA form on their website. I filled it out a few days later and a few more business days passed. I received another email telling me that I forgot to submit my proof of purchase and pictures of the defect. Funny thing is, I DID. I submitted it via email this time instead of their buggy online form and I was told they would get back to me. We are now almost 3 weeks into this and Amazon's return window was closing fast. I constantly had to ask for updates because they were never sent to me. Either they were lying about sending the emails or they never made it to me. But funny, I always received the emails with their excuses.
Finally AFTER the return window closed, they said they would replace the material only if I sent my material back first. WHAT?! I waited 4 weeks of back and forth, and proof making and writing emails for that resolution? and I can't even pack it up and send it to Amazon anymore?! I was fuming. Eventually, my rep said he'd look into getting an advanced replacement. Once again, no updates at all. I went out of town on business for 4 days, and what do you know, when I returned I had three FedEX stickers on my door requesting a signature release for a package from Elite Screens. If I would have known it was coming, I could have had someone come to my house and sign the release sticker. Now I had to reserve the package (because they would not try and ship to my house anymore after three attempts) and take more time out of another one of my days to go pick it up from the nearest FedEX location 20 minutes away.
I FINALLY got my package, went home, took off the old material, put on the replacement material, and IT LOOKS AWESOME.
I contacted them again asking them what I should do with my old material, and received a response that I had to cover the shipping back. The final thorn in my side from this company.
Quite the hell they put me through to finally reach this point, but I am happy with the end result, but still furious at how they handled it.
All in all, take a chance on this screen. It is quite the bargain and looks great when compared to other screens of the same size. BUT, if you have any defects that you can't live with, suck it up and send it back to Amazon! They will make a painless exchange for a new one and you will only be out your assembly time. YOU DO NOT WANT TO DEAL WITH ELITE SCREENS HORRIBLE SUPPORT.
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