Screen Innovations 7 Series Zero Edge - Black Diamond Fixed Frame Screen
|Dimensions:||56.4" Height x 100.3" Width; 115" Diagonal|
|Surface:||Black Diamond 1.4|
Make a statement with the Black Diamond Zero Edge screen, the world’s only vertical and horizontal ambient-light-rejecting screen. The Black Diamond screen features a multi-layer optic that reflects only the light generated by the projector resulting in a 900% boost in contrast. Now you can use your projector in a well-lit space. No more concerns about limiting your home theater to a room with controlled lighting! Additionally, Black Diamond is the only screen that greatly benefits dark environments by reducing light scatter by over 75%.
The Black Diamond Zero Edge screen has an ultra-rigid aluminum backing that makes it look similar to a giant flat screen. But at about 1cm deep, this screen is thinner than any television on the market. The screen’s pencil-thin bezel makes your projected image look like it’s floating on the wall. This screen is sure to be a conversation piece.
The Black Diamond Zero Edge is available with a variety of mounting options, including recessed, flush to the wall, projected off the wall or flying from cables for an incredibly sleek look.
No assembly required, just unpack and hang.
Not All Ambient Light Rejecting Screens Are Created Equal
Screen Innovations offers screens in various gain settings. Learn more below.
- .8 gain - Near black in color and best overall black level of all SI gains. Recommended for dedicated home theaters or smaller screen sizes, where viewers will be sitting directly in front of screen - as viewing cone is more narrow than the higher gain screens. Will work with active 3D content, but not generally recommended as brightness is reduced by almost half in 3D mode.
- SLATE 1.2 gain - Slate™ replaces the need to settle for a substandard screen in a family room setting, by rejecting 65% of the room’s ambient light vs. only <10% light rejection with a white or gray screen.
- 1.4 gain -Most popular gain of Black Diamond screens. While similar in color to the .8 gain, projected content will appear brighter and have a much wider viewing cone. Excellent choice for multi-purpose rooms / commercial applications and larger screen sizes. Works well for well-lit rooms and 3D content.
- 2.7 gain - This is a silvery white screen. It is designed for passive 3D because of its brightness and can have a bit of sparkle to it. The 2.7 is polarization preserving material so that is why it works with passive 3D. If watching in 2D mode, you will need to turn down the bulb to economy setting. Also, the 2.7 gain does NOT have the same light rejection qualities as the 1.4, 1.2 and .8 gains.
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Q:Does this also include the led light kit and if not how would I get led light kit? Thank you for your time.Asked on 1/15/2017 by David from United States
A:If the part # ends with an L it includes the light kitAnswered on 1/31/2017 by Anonymous
Q:What is the right size projector to use with a 115" screen. IE Lumens and Brightness. I currently own a this screen but found that my projector is not bright enough to fill this size screen. I am using a Panasonic AE7000 Projector.Asked on 7/25/2015 by Reese from Charlotte
A:Typically your best home theater projectors will range in lumens from 1700 to 3000 lumens. If your current projector isn't bright enough you may want to bump up to 2400-3000 lumens.Answered on 7/31/2015 by Stacey from Tampa
Q:Can the projector be mounted at a level higher than the screen and still perform? I have a high ceiling and was like to project down at an angle onto screen.Asked on 4/6/2015 by JB from Southern utah
A:It can be mounted above but you want to get it near the top of the screen if you can.Answered on 4/15/2015 by Anonymous
Q:How much does it weight?Asked on 9/21/2014 by Tim
A:76 lbsAnswered on 10/7/2014 by lisa from .
Q:I am interested to buy 115" Black diamond Zero edge. It needs to be installed in basement. I do not have walkout basement. So , i am curious to know how flexible is this screenAsked on 11/27/2012 by karthik from st louis,MO
I own a 115" black diamond zero edge installed in my basement. This screen is solid, heavy and not flexible, like a chalk blackboard. I was fortunate enough to have my garage connected to my basement to slide it to the mounting point. It is an excellent screen by far. hope this answers your question and you will be able to install it.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 11/27/2012 by Anonymous
A:It's very flexible. Easy to install. It's ideal for a besement type setting.Answered on 12/3/2012 by Anonymous
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