Elite DIY Portable Outdoor Projection Screen Outdoor Screen
|Dimensions:||86.5" Height x 115.4" Width; 144" Diagonal|
The DIY Outdoor Movie Screen is made of a theater-grade PVC material that is easily kept in place by its corner grommets. The grommets keep the surface flat and easily secure it to garage door frames, walls, trees and pole supports. Its 1.1 gain matte white projection surface is textured to avoid hot-spotting while also providing color neutrality and a wide viewing angle.
Each screen is professionally matted to enhance visual contrast and improve the quality of the projected image. All of the screens' features, plus their DIY simplicity, give you one more reason to look forward to nice weather. Elite Screens' DIY series come in sizes from 94” to 236”with 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios.
- PVC vinyl material for outdoor usage
- DynaWhite 1.1 gain matte white material
- Textured surface eliminates hot-spotting
- Wide diffusion uniformity (viewing angle)
- 4-corner grommets for easy setup
- Rigging cords included
- Standard 2-year warranty
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Comments about Elite DIY Portable Outdoor Projection Screen:
Easy to set up, picture was great, easy to take down. Roll up, store for next time. Perfect size for me. Two wire loops in the top rail you slide on the screen allowed for two hooks to be screwed into roof of area we placed. Got on ladder, hung it. Then used wire ties from the bottom loops on the bottom pole to tent pegs banged into the ground directly below the screen to pull tight. Hardest part was fastening the little metal buttons, which came unclipped a couple of times while inserting into the poles, but once that was done (15 minutes maybe) screen was ready for hanging. Personally thought they could have shipped the screen with the buttons already installed or sewn in, but that would probably drive the cost up and maybe interfere with other methods people may want to hang, but for me, it would have been cooler if they came pre-installed and all you had to do was slide the poles on around them. No real big deal though either way.
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Q:i guess this depends on the projector (which I haven't bought yet - screen first and will use a friends) but I'm thinking of this screen for outside and inside. Inside, the projector would be 180" away. Is this enough distance to utilize the 144" screen?Asked on 6/22/2014 by Carl from Sag Harbor
A:Yes, it will depend on which projector you use. We can find one that will work. Give projectorpeople.com a call.Answered on 6/25/2014 by ProjectorPeople.com from Tampa, FL
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