Elite DIY Portable Outdoor Projection Screen 114 Inch Diagonal 16:9 Outdoor Screen
|Dimensions:||55.9" Height x 99.4" Width; 114" 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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Q:The tube that it comes in and can be stored in.. is it approx. 55.9" long or is it approx. 99.4" long? ThanksAsked on 11/17/2013 by flarud from Deltona, FL
A:It doesn't come with a tube. It comes with a soft vinyl bag that is roughly 1 ft by 3 ft. We just fold it up and put it in.Answered on 11/18/2013 by Anonymous
A:It comes in a bag that can be stored anywhere in the houseAnswered on 12/10/2013 by Stacey from Tampa
Q:Does this screen roll up for storage? I need to be able to put it up and take it down and store it. Thanks.Asked on 5/25/2013 by Michael from Glendale,ca
A:yes I store it in the tube it shipped inAnswered on 5/28/2013 by Anonymous
Although it takes some practice to get it to roll up and back into the tube
- I finally figured out you must take off all the ties to make that happen.Answered on 5/25/2013 by Anonymous
A:You can roll it or fold it. It is just material. Roll it if you can so you don't get wrinkles in itAnswered on 8/8/2013 by Anonymous