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Elite Screens Sable Frame, 135-inch 16:9, Fixed Frame Home Theater Projection Projector Screen, ER135WH1

4.7 out of 5 stars 517 customer reviews
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16:9, 135-inch
CineWhite
  • 135-inch Diagonal, 16:9 Aspect Ratio. View Size: 66.0" H x 117.0" W. Overall Size: 70.9" H x 122.4" 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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Size: 16:9, 135-inch | Style: CineWhite
  • Brand Name: Elite Screens
  • Model Number: ER135WH1

Product Description

Size: 16:9, 135-inch | Style: CineWhite

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.

Product Information

Size:16:9, 135-inch  |  Style:CineWhite
Product Dimensions 1.6 x 122.4 x 70.9 inches
Item Weight 36.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 42 pounds
Manufacturer Elite Screens Inc.
ASIN B007PM9WYG
Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Item model number ER135WH1
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4.7 out of 5 stars 517 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #221 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Video Projector Accessories > Projection Screens
#519 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Projection Screens
#26,757 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Office Electronics Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com March 29, 2012

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Sable Frame Series Sable Frame 2 Series ezFrame Series ezFrame 2 Series
Series Comparison
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

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Style Name: CineWhiteSize: 16:9, 106-inch Verified Purchase
I had a 110 inch Carada at my old house - a great screen, great company - but when it came time to put a screen in my new house I decided to take a chance, save some bucks (hey, new houses are expensive) and try this Elite based on reviews here and over at AVSForum. I'm pretty darn pleased with the end result; using the same projector (currently an Epson 8350) this screen looks just as good as my 1.4 gain Carada did, at about a third of the price (and cheaper shipping too). If you are looking for a quality screen that will help your PJ deliver an excellent picture then this Elite does the job.

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.
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Style Name: CineWhiteSize: 16:9, 120-inch
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This is a video that I found on YouTube from Paul Kragthorpe of the installation process for the Sable Frames. This one is the ER120WH1, but the installation process is the same for all variations. Hope this helps!
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Style Name: CineWhiteSize: 16:9, 120-inch Verified Purchase
I ordered this screen here on Amazon and received it quickly. I installed it that Saturday by myself. From unpacking to mounted perfectly on my wall, it took me about 4 hours. During assembly, I noticed slight issues with the quality of the felt on the frame, but from a few feet away you couldn't see them at all, so I let that slide. But when I finally got it hung and had a projected image on it, I noticed some defects in the material. There were light grey vertical streaks everywhere. Right then and there I should have just sucked it up, taken it apart, and sent it back to Amazon for an exchange. But I decided to give the company a chance to help me out as I thought a material exchange would be much easier for both of us, boy was I wrong.

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.
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Style Name: CineWhiteSize: 16:9, 120-inch Verified Purchase
I bought this as my first screen to go with my new Panasonic PT-AE7000U projector, which sits 19' back from the screen and a little more than 5' off the ground. The 2D picture is amazing, especially at night when the room is in total darkness. During the day, I do my best to darken the room with black out curtains but some light always creeps through the edges. Despite that, the onscreen image is bright enough that I can enjoy a movie during daylight hours. Without the curtains, however, it would be difficult, especially given the screen's modest 1.1 gain. Which leads to...

The 3D picture. The 3D image quality is good but nowhere near as stunning as the 2D presentation in terms of brightness. A shorter throw distance or projector with higher output would increase brightness, of course, but so would a screen with higher gain. If I had to buy the screen today knowing what I know now, I would probably opt for a screen with higher gain since 3D is important to me. In the meantime, boosting the projector's brightness, contrast and color levels a bit increases the 3D image quality enough that I can live with it.

Based on other people's comments about putting the screen together, I decided to enlist 2 helpers to facilitate the process. We were very careful about unpacking everything and a little paranoid about damaging things. Thus, it took us nearly 4 hours to construct the beast. Now that I know where all the pieces go, I'm sure it would take much less time, but as newbies there was a learning curve since we didn't know what we were unpacking or where it went in the grand scheme of things. The extra bodies really helped when stretching and affixing the screen material to the frame and then hanging the whole thing.
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