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Hi, I own a sable 92' with cinewhite material,I'm thinking of the cinegrey5D, does elite sell the material for sable 92'? Cause online it is mainly with the EZFrame.please advice,thanks

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They do not. 100" is the minimum screen size for the CineGrey 5D material.
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They do not. 100" is the minimum screen size for the CineGrey 5D material.
I thought so too as all the online store selling it all starts with 100', guess I have to live with my 92' until I go for bigger screen in future . Thanks again.
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I have a Panasonic AE8000 lighting a 92" screen from about 11 feet away, so I have a ton of brightness to spare. Currently I have the CineWhite, but was wondering if going CineGray would be better? Oh and the room is painted black with almost 0 ambient light. Thoughts?
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I have a Panasonic AE8000 lighting a 92" screen from about 11 feet away, so I have a ton of brightness to spare. Currently I have the CineWhite, but was wondering if going CineGray would be better? Oh and the room is painted black with almost 0 ambient light. Thoughts?
Stay with the Cinewhite. In a black room, a gray screen adds nothing useful.
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Stay with the Cinewhite. In a black room, a gray screen adds nothing useful.
Ah ok. I was under the impression that the grey screen would deepen the blacks in a dark room with a short throw, if you had light to spare.
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Does anyone have any experience installing an Elite Screen Electric screen? They included five M5*50MM metric screws, along with five drywall anchors.

But the instructions provided (and on their site) show that if you're wall mounting, the only two points are the outward facing keyhole brackets?

Anyone safely mount with the included screws and have three extras? lol
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Does anyone have any experience installing an Elite Screen Electric screen? They included five M5*50MM metric screws, along with five drywall anchors.

But the instructions provided (and on their site) show that if you're wall mounting, the only two points are the outward facing keyhole brackets?

Anyone safely mount with the included screws and have three extras? lol
ha - I found that strange as well - the ceiling mount method uses 4 screws, but 5 still doesnt make sense.

anyway - I didnt trust using those anchors, and I know there would be no way to hit the studs exactly (I didnt even try). So I took two 8" pieces of 2x4 and screwed that to the wall, and then screwed the screen to that. I needed that space anyway, since I have my tv on the wall
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