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post #1351 of 1357 Old 03-22-2015, 06:53 PM
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Regarding Elunevision's definition of opaque:

If you search the Elunevision threads you will find several references (including mine) to screen materials which they claim are opaque, but are not.

As Elunevision is apparently not interested in providing accurate opacity descriptions of their materials, it might be helpful if those of us with Elunevsion screens to post their exact screen materials and test for opacity.

I have the Vivid Pro Cinema White 2.4. Definitely not opaque. My screen has a TV and a mirror behind it. Plenty of light leaks through the screen, but not enough gets reflected back through to be visible.

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My thoughts exactly. Amazing to me the things people will muck up the forum with sometimes.

Anyway, Eastporters has been nothing but responsive whenever I've had a question, and equally so when I placed my order a while back. A little over two years ago I bought the cheapo Cinema Grey pull-down for under a buck fifty. I only intended it as a stop gap measure since I wasn't sure if I'd be moving into a larger place at the time. I ended up staying where I was (and where I still am), and every so often I get the itch to look at all the pretty pictures of the Reference screen...but then I realize how damn good the little cheapo screen looks and I talk myself out of it. I've had a few cheapo screens here and there, but this material is just fantastic. Pretty great value.

That being said, I'm pretty sure one of these days I'll pull the trigger on the Ref 4k
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Off-gasing is pretty bad on my Ref 4K. Anyone have a similar experience?

After a bit of time, I cont to enjoy the Ref 4k. I does offer a fine image with no detectable image grain. Longevity will be the key!

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Mine had a strong plastic smell when new as well. It took about a month before the smell had gone. I have had the reference 4k screen for about two years now.

I watch a movie about every second night and it still looks very good. It has developed a small wrinkle of about 3" in the bottom left corner but it is not noticeable when viewing anything. I only notice it with the lights on and nothing being projected so it isn't really a problem. I didn't try to adjust it with the tab tension as I didn't want to risk making it worse (with my luck).
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My Vivid-Pro Cinema White also has quite severe off gassing - even after six months. Mine doesn't smell like plastic. It's much more like a petroleum solvent.

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Off-gasing is pretty bad on my Ref 4K. Anyone have a similar experience?

After a bit of time, I cont to enjoy the Ref 4k. I does offer a fine image with no detectable image grain. Longevity will be the key!
I installed an in-ceiling tab tensioned Ref 4k about 6 months ago and off gassing was noticeable for the first 2 months or so but is now fine.

If you've got a free hanging Ref 4k screen and get some occasional wrinkles near the bottom just lift the bottom weight bar with one hand and pull on one end of the screen slightly and you'll get a perfectly flat screen again.
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Okay, I am going to have to try that. Thanks!
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