Originally Posted by 1dirtypanda
- in your second video you say " Please note that the screen is not 100% level as I've got to replace the material." Why do you need to replace the material?
There was a very tiny imperfection in the original material sent. The authorized retailer I purchased it through had new material shipped and was there within 5 business days so wonderful turn around time and was shipped directly from Grandview. It probably would have been there faster but it shipped from California and I live in Florida. I also can't speak enough about the very quick response from where I purchased with updates on the replacement material during the process. Probably the best customer support experience I've ever had.
When looking at the second video you can see some light on the top right corner. This was user error as the left side (when looking at the screen) was roughly a 1/4th of an inch higher. I measured about ten times before drilling any holes but I still somehow hanged it and it was off so that is 100% user error. I used the smart fit app for the 1st link which works great although I now have it hanged level so not using smart fit anymore. Once I got the replacement material I leveled the screen before putting on the new material.
When it's mounted you can adjust the screen but only by roughly 0.25"s up or down so not a lot of wiggle room. This can be done by adjust the screws on the four mounting brackets that hold the frame to the wall. You can move the frame left or right before securing tightly with the screws on the brackets so that's a non issue.
Hind sight is always 20/20 but hanging the screen frame with no material and making sure everything lined with my P1 using the frame, minus the roughly 1" bezel worked perfectly for alignment. I then took the frame off the wall put on the replacement material,. The replacement material was flawless with absolutely zero issues and I couldn't be happier with the P1/Grandview combo.
The price of the Grandview has dropped by quite a bit, at least from where I purchased as I was looking yesterday just to see. I would of gone with 110"s as there was a much larger difference in price for 110" from the 100" screen at the time of purchase. 120" would of required a new home theater cabinet/credenza which I didn't want to do.
That is just the cost of being a somewhat early adopter though and was totally expected. Grandview appears to be the only one who sells a 110" model outside Da-Lite and SI although both of those are twice the price of the Grandview. Seems like everyone else is 100"s and 120"s with no in between.
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