Originally Posted by havix
This is the response I got when I asked for pictures of the product.
The pictures should be available by the beginning of next week(for the 4:3 screen); it's been installed but now it's a matter of taking the pictures and updating the site.
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I decided to call and ask a few questions real quick and I think I spoke to Solomon. I asked about the 108" screen.
Here is what is listed on the website:
Electric Projection Screen (16:9, 108 inch)
Size : 108inch (2.40M X 1.35M)
Screen Material : Matte White (its gain is about 1.0)
Screen Thickness : 0.42mm (+/-) 0.03mm
Motor Type : Tubular motor
The questions I asked were:
1. Color of the case?
2. Size of the case?
Answer: He didn't have that info but said it is just a couple inches wider than the screen. He said he could find the info, but I didn't ask him to do that.
3. What is the Viewing Angle?
Answer: He didn't know.
4. I assume it has a black border?
Answer: Yes a couple of inches or so.
5. Weight of product?
Answer: He didn't know right off hand but thought it was about 70lbs.
6: Return Policy?
Answer: Same as other products, 21 days, no restocking fee, but S&H is not refunded.
Answer: He didn't have anything specific, just said to check the website. (I couldn't find any specific warranties beyond the 21 days, but I didn't look too much.)
He also reiterated that they are in the process of getting pictures up on the website.
I am looking for a low cost alternative to my Graywolf 106" manual pulldown. I rearranged my theater room and now have more seating outside of the smaller viewing cone with this screen, so I now notice a drop off in brightness in some seats.
I am wondering if this Monoprice screen with the motor and being matte white would be a good product to try? I have a Panasonic AE900 as my projector.