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post #1021 of 1236
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Originally Posted by ianmartin View Post

I have just ordered the screen excellence retractable screen, it has black backing and black velvet borders , I returned the elunevision screen because of the huge amount of light passing through it because of the lack of the black backing, I have a 70" tv behind the screen and with the elunevision screen I could see the reflection from the tv of the projector bulb on the screen, I was very disappointed with the elunevision screen

Did you receive your new screen? Any reviews you wish to share? Thanks for your help.
post #1022 of 1236
Anyone have any feedback on the Ref Studio 4K 100; 1.0 Gain White?

Will be using a JVC DLA-X35 Projector in a light controlled room with a Black Screen wall and ceiling. Neutral med/dark gray walls.

THANKS!
post #1023 of 1236
It suddenly stop to roll up and down. After watching the movie today, I pressed the up button for it to roll up but it stopped after moved for about 5 inches.

Now I can hear the beep but the screen doesn't move up and down no more. Has anyone had similar issues and how should i fix it?
post #1024 of 1236
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Originally Posted by ModestHT View Post

Did you receive your new screen? Any reviews you wish to share? Thanks for your help.
The screens are built to order, I was told it would be a 3 - 4 week build, so I am hoping to receive it within the next 2 weeks
post #1025 of 1236
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Originally Posted by ModestHT View Post

Did you receive your new screen? Any reviews you wish to share? Thanks for your help.
As soon as I get the screen I will let you know
post #1026 of 1236
So after some lurking and much reading I have taken the plunge and placed an order for the Reference Studio 4K 106" Tab Tensioned screen. I had left a message on the answering machine requesting some input regarding going with a white or grey screen and received a return call within 2 hours. Was greatly impressed as it was a Sunday. Received a prompt email confirmation of my order. Looking forward to hearing about others thoughts on this screen as I wait for the screen to arrive and while i try to plan out my space. It will be paired with an Epson 9700 UB.

Just received email notice, already shipped, less than 24 hours from phone enquiry, to order, to shipped.

I do consider that impressive, as even big retailers often take longer than that to get things out the door.
Edited by pred1973 - 4/22/13 at 2:47pm
post #1027 of 1236
So screen arrived today. Will need to open and check it even though I don't have the projector setup yet as there was a couple of good sized gashes in the outer box. Doesn't look like any of them went through the second layer of cardboard, but was irritated to see the damage to the box especially as it has FRAGILE handle with care in numerous places. GRRRRR.
post #1028 of 1236
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Originally Posted by linnil View Post

It suddenly stop to roll up and down. After watching the movie today, I pressed the up button for it to roll up but it stopped after moved for about 5 inches.

Now I can hear the beep but the screen doesn't move up and down no more. Has anyone had similar issues and how should i fix it?

Pmed
Dave
EluneVision
post #1029 of 1236
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Originally Posted by ModestHT View Post

Did you receive your new screen? Any reviews you wish to share? Thanks for your help.
I put up the screen excellence screen last night, it looks amazing, the black backing also works very well, i don't see any light passing through the screen and reflecting off the walls like I did with the elunevision screen, the enlightor 4k is more expensive than the elunevision but it is worth it in my opinion
post #1030 of 1236
I'm fired up on buying a Reference Studio 4K Tab-Tensioned screen but unfortunately EluneVision don't sell worldwide. Am I out of options?

Edited: It seems EluneVision do sell worldwide via custom orders!
Edited by Elix - 5/21/13 at 1:16am
post #1031 of 1236
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Originally Posted by ianmartin View Post

I put up the screen excellence screen last night, it looks amazing, the black backing also works very well, i don't see any light passing through the screen and reflecting off the walls like I did with the elunevision screen, the enlightor 4k is more expensive than the elunevision but it is worth it in my opinion

Thanks for your feedback.
post #1032 of 1236
yeah, I'll post my impressions of the Elunevision screen later this week when I get it setup. 4.gif
post #1033 of 1236
Is it advisable to fold up the tab-tensioned screen as rarely as possible? Or is it OK to fold it up and down on a daily basis? There's still a risk of getting wrinkles and waves even on tab-tensioned screens, isn't it?
post #1034 of 1236
Hey all,

I ordered the Panasonic PT-AE-8000 which is also 3d and considering the 120" EluneVision Elara 2. Is the Elara 2 made for 3d or should I go with a different one?
My HT room is 15 by 20 feet. Throw is 15 feet.

Thanks,
post #1035 of 1236
Sooooo, kind of a lousy day. Finally set-up my screen at the new house. Went to use little remote control to lower screen....nothing. Plugged in manual switch.... nada, made sure plug had power...check. Make sure all brackets were removed...checkity check. Try again..... nope its DOA

Just as well, lag bolts to mount projector to ceiling weren't long enough, of course I don't find this out until its too late to get longer bolts. So projector not mounted anyway.
post #1036 of 1236
Hi Pred

Pmed.

Thanks
Dave
EluneVision
post #1037 of 1236
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Originally Posted by Elix View Post

Is it advisable to fold up the tab-tensioned screen as rarely as possible? Or is it OK to fold it up and down on a daily basis? There's still a risk of getting wrinkles and waves even on tab-tensioned screens, isn't it?
There are owners of tab-tensioned screens, aren't there? confused.gif
post #1038 of 1236
Hi all, just bought this setup bundle from Dave , JVC X35 and Motorized 112 Reference , can't seem to be able to get the limit switch tool working , how far do you have to insert the tool in the hole?
post #1039 of 1236
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Originally Posted by octogon View Post

Hi all, just bought this setup bundle from Dave , JVC X35 and Motorized 112 Reference , can't seem to be able to get the limit switch tool working , how far do you have to insert the tool in the hole?

Hi

Pmed,

Key is not to insert the tool straight up, as you will not hit the limit switch, insert the limit switch wand more towards the back of the screen, not the top of the screen. Insert only about 1" or so, once you feel the head of the wand go into the switch, you can feel some torque.

Thanks
Dave
EluneVision
post #1040 of 1236
So, have had my Elunevision tab tensioned 112" up for about a week now. It took longer than I was hoping to get to the good part, but now that everything is mostly up and running, I have to say it looks pretty awesome. The first screen I received was damaged in shipping. As per my previous post the box arrived in pretty rough condition especially considering the numerous warnings of FRAGILE all over it. This wasn't discovered without a bit of effort, as a part replacement (the actual part swap was very easy, trying to get the ladder up and down stairs, moving a 90-something pound subwoofer to get the ladder to where it needed to be and finding a light source that would let me see what I was doing in a very dimly lit room....PITA smile.gif ) was attempted before shipping it back where the shipping damage was confirmed.

Thanks to Dave, you helped make a frustrating experience a lot better than it could have been. I hope I wasn't too annoying to deal with, I know I am the kind of person who likes to keep on top of things and that doesn't always come off as intended. Kudos for the service, it really was hassle free as far as what could be expected.

The screen looks much better than I was expecting, I have a 65VT60 on the same wall as the screen and I find myself watching the pj a lot more than I would have expected given how good the image is on the plasma. I have to put a few hours yet on the plasma before I bring a calibrator in to have the tv and pj calibrated but for movie watching I find the Epson 6020 / Elunevision 112" combo pretty amazing.
post #1041 of 1236
I'll post my impressions of the Elunevision screen later this week when I get it setup. jPYb
post #1042 of 1236
I have a 92" Titan motorized cinema white screen that I roll down and up for every movie. I have done this for the past six months about 50 times with no problems, the screen looks as new as the day I got it. I am however hearing a slight clicking sound from the motor at a rate of once per second but it doesn't seem to affect anything. Hopefully this doesn't get any worse. I was considering upgrading to a 100" Reference 4K screen and putting the 92" one in the bedroom as I have set up a second Infocus IN76 projector there. This projector had stopped responding to HDMI but the other inputs still work so I can use it for DVD, Laser Disc and VHS (maybe).

I decided against the upgrade as I couldn't see paying an extra $1200 for a 8" bigger screen, even if it would look a bit better. I ended up just ordering a 92" Titan cinema white pull down screen for the bedroom as it will probably not see as much use as the other. I just bought a Mitsubishi HC5 for my birthday to replace the Infocus IN76 and am very happy.

Does anyone else use the manual Titan screen? Any problems with the screen eventually jamming and not retracting or pulling down properly? Does it develop wrinkles or creases easily? I have tried out the bedroom projector for a couple of movies projected on a dark blue bedroom wall (yuck) and it has been very comfortable lying in bed watching a movie that covers an entire wall. I am surprised there aren't more bedroom systems out there.
post #1043 of 1236
Hi Albert-Canuck

I am a bit confused by your message, do you have the Titan Motorized or Triton Manual pull down? Did you buy a second Triton Manual pull down or Titan Motorized? PM if you have any questions and also being a repeat customer, we can do something for you on the second screen and give you a better deal if you haven't bought it already. As for motor noise, I wouldn't worry about it, as these motors are rated for about 10,000-20,000 hours of use (intermittent use, do not run motor for more than 5 minutes continuously as it heats up). Should you have any problems, let me know, and I'll be glad to send you a replacement motor (even if your warranty is over), which is easy to replace yourself.

Thanks
Dave
EluneVision
post #1044 of 1236
Thanks Dave, It is good to know that I don't have to worry about the motor.

Actually, I bought my first screen (motorized 92" for main HT) from Future Shop online so I have only bought one screen from you guys (second screen in Bedroom - manual pull down 92"). If I were to do it again, I would have ordered the first screen from EastPorters as the service is excellent. I have already ordered the second screen and it should be here soon.
post #1045 of 1236
Got my 92" Elunevision pull down screen yesterday. I am having a bit of trouble getting it to go back up consistently so I may just leave it down for a while, even though it is in my closets way. The image looks pretty good even though I haven't dialed it in yet. Here are a couple of screen shots from the Star Trek movie Two Captains One Destiny on Laser Disc. It is still quite presentable even though it isn't the highest resolution (I am using the composite input on the projector).
post #1046 of 1236
How does the Studio 4k 100 screen compares to the Carada CW?
post #1047 of 1236
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How does the Studio 4K 100 screen compares to the Carada CW?

One is an entry level screen, and the other is a high end screen. Reference 4K screens have no texturing, no sheen during bright scenes, zero hot-spotting, and perfect colour accuracy. Carada screens have none of those. If you're looking at something entry-level like Carada screens, you're better off going with an Elara screen. If you're looking to pair your 1080p projector with a screen to get the most out of its performance, the Reference 4K screen is the way to go.
post #1048 of 1236
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Originally Posted by miloshj View Post

One is an entry level screen, and the other is a high end screen. Reference 4K screens have no texturing, no sheen during bright scenes, zero hot-spotting, and perfect colour accuracy. Carada screens have none of those. If you're looking at something entry-level like Carada screens, you're better off going with an Elara screen. If you're looking to pair your 1080p projector with a screen to get the most out of its performance, the Reference 4K screen is the way to go.

How do I get a sample?
post #1049 of 1236
Just call them and they will get it out to you right away.
post #1050 of 1236
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Originally Posted by majek 60 View Post

Just call them and they will get it out to you right away.

Ok, thanks
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