This PDF is I believe the correct dimensions. I had an issue with the total height being wrong from another older PDF.
I am thinking of ER120WH1 - 120" Sable screen. Is it acoustically transparent? And would it be suitable for native 1080p resolution projector? Do I need the AcousticPro1080p2 (I am hoping Cine White is good)? I would much rather spend $200-300 for a screen and not more if I can avoid it. Fixed frame is better. Its dedicated viewing space so motorized versions are not required.
I am looking to view only movies inside a totally dark media room.
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Elite Screens VMAX2 106" electric 16:9 1.1 gain
PSB Imagine B fronts, PSB Imagine C center, Boston Acoustic surrounds
Logitech Harmony Ultimate
I have a VMAX106H-E24 and love it. But I'm wondering how or if it's possible to set it to stop at a certain height when I lower it for use. Currently I have attempt to stop the screen at the right exact point every time I go to use it. Unfortunately the manual and online FAQs don't have anything I can find about how to do this. If someone knows how, that would be a huge help!
This might help, do at own risk. A few pages down.
Even though both frames use the same gauge of aluminum and the frames have the same thickness, the Ez frame is squared off while the Sable frame is rounded off. The squared off Ez frame has a sturdier feel as a result.
The sprayed on velvet on the Sable frame rubs off fairly easy, so more care must be taken in handling the frame during assembly and mounting.
Of course, once both frames are assembled and mounted, the differences between the two won't really matter.
So, Is it worth it to spend the extra 150-200 dollars? That's up to the individual buyer. For me, it was.
However, on Amazon they only have 1 or 2 left for sale for a higher price because it says it has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Apparently after googling it, the EZ Frame 110 inch is available for the 2D only screen, which will not work for me. Also they do still offer the Sable screen for 3D in 110 inches, which has left me with a dilemma. I really don't want to pay $200-300 higher for the 110 EZ Frame 3D Cinegray 5D screen as its been discontinued. Do I buy the 100 inch EZ Frame instead? Or do I just buy the 110 inch Sable? Or do I poney up the extra cash for the 110 inch EZ Frame? Anyone have any advice?
To the poster above, will I notice ANY picture quality difference or difference in the ambient light rejecting of the Sable compared to what I would with the equivalent size EZ Frame?
Are those two links not for the non-3D version of that screen? The one I had my eye on said it was for both 2D and 3D. Those two say they are for the entry level Cinegray screen. Says its just for HDTV, doesn't mention 3D. Am I missing something?
See the below link to what I am referring to. 110 inch EZ Frame for 2D and 3D. Says discontinued by manufacturer. They have a few left, but selling for much higher than retail value.
Passive 3D in a home projection system requires two projectors working in tandem to produce two distinct images that can be seen with polarized glasses. A silver screen is needed to keep the two images separate. (or polarized)
Elite also sells a regular gray screen with no silver layer simply called the CINEGREY. It's an older design they've been selling for years with a negative gain of 0.8.
I have one more question. I was just on the phone with the guy who is going to be installing my home theater set up. He said he only sells the more high end screens, so he doesn't sell the Cinegray 5D, so he is not 100% sure about it. But he said to be careful. Alot of screens out there only say they are for HDTV, and those only display in 720p even if your proector is 1080p. He said to make sure it displays in 1080. I looked at the spec. It does say its for use of 720p and 1080p projectors, I just want to be sure this will display in 1080. He said he sells a projector for $700 which is the lowest end one he sells and it only displays in 720.
Just want to be sure. Thanks!
Epson 5020UB 1080p 3LCD projector
Screen Innovations Black Diamond Zero Edge 1.4 110" 16:9
Marantz AV8801 pre/pro
Wyred4Sound 5-channel amp
JTR 3TX LCRs
JTR Single8 HT-LP surrounds
twin JTR Orbit Shifter LF subwoofers
GIK Acoustic room treatments
The reason is I thought CineGrey made sense, the logic is current projectors have a lot of lumens but when I saw what the color white looks like on a grey screen, I switched. Grey might work for other people but to me the colors were dull compared to Cinewhite. For reference I have an Epson 8500UB and was testing with THX low lumen and normal brightness settings. Cinegray may still make sense but you would at least be certain by getting the samples.
I have an Epson 8350 projector and would like to get better black levels than what a 1.1 gain, white screen would give me. I'm currently sporting a homemade 0.85 gain 95" screen (4x8 sheet of MDF with special paint mixture), but I'm remodeling my family room and am switching to a different spot for the screen and need a motorized, ceiling-mounted one.
Really, I just want to find a screen that meets these qualifications:
- Cheap - Less than $250 shipped. I will just get a stupid Cine White 110" screen for $212 if I can't find a grey one
- Motorized and ceiling-mountable
- Grey - To improve black levels of my projector
- Gain less than 1.0(?) - I thought all grey screens would be a less-than-1.0 gain value, but I see the Cine Grey is listed as 1.0, so I don't understand gain I guess. How can grey be 1.0 still? Maybe if it's reflective?
- Size - Anything close to 100" really.
Looks like I need to do more research. Any help from the knowledgeable peeps on here would be great though.
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