120-inch, 16:9 Matte White Fabric Motorized Projection Screen
    Product # 6583
    120-inch, 16:9 Matte White Fabric Motorized Projection Screen
    Product # 6583
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    120-inch, 16:9 Matte White Fabric Motorized Projection Screen

    Give yourself the gift of a true Home Theater system with this Motorized Projection Screen from Monoprice!

    This screen is made from a high-quality four-layer fabric. The surface layer is embossed with PVC microdots, which produces a 1.0 gain across an extra wide 160 degree viewing angle. The second layer is made of PVC, followed by a fiberglass layer, and another PVC layer to complete the screen. The result is a smooth screen surface with a stretch rate of less than 1%. By comparison, traditional chemical treated fabric screens have stretch rates as high as 33%!

    The screen can be mounted on the ceiling or on a wall. It is raised and lowered using a Somfy motor with an RF remote control. Somfy is the leading manufacturer of specialty motors, which provide ultra-smooth, silent operation and are known for their durability and long life. The screen measures 120 diagonal inches and is sized for a 16:9 aspect ratio. The package includes hardware to mount the screen to a wall.


    • Black steel casing
    • Motorized operation using a super-quiet Somfy motor
    • Includes RF remote control for screen operation
    • 120" diagonal screen size
    • 16:9 aspect ratio
    • 160° viewing angle
    • 1.0 screen gain
    • Wall mounting hardware included

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    Shipping Note: This is an oversized item, which requires special handling. We are able to ship it to addresses within the 48 contiguous United States. We are unable to ship it to AK, HI, PR, US Territories, and international countries due to the product size. Expedited shipping methods are not available.

    Model 6583
    Screen Size 120"
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Motor Somfy
    Remote Control RF
    Screen Type Fabric
    Screen Color Matte white
    Screen Gain 1.0
    Viewing Angle 160°
    Viewing Area 104.6" x 58.8" (2656 x 1494 mm)
    Total Screen Height 83.6" (2124mm)
    Left/Right Borders 2.0" (50mm)
    Top Border 15.7" (400mm)
    Bottom Border 3.1" (80mm)
    Case Material Black steel
    Case Dimensions 116.6" x 4.7" x 6.0" (2961 x 120 x 152 mm)
    Package Dimensions 133.2" x 9.0" x 7.9" (3384 x 228 x 201 mm)
    Net Weight 46.3 lbs (21.0 Kg)
    Gross Weight 61.5 lbs (27.9 Kg)
    Power Requirement 100-120VAC, 60Hz, 90W
    Warranty 1 year

    6 Reviews

    88.33% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Very Happy

    • ScottE,
    •  Aitkin, MN 
    • 11/11/2015 7:08:41 PM

    Pros: Great price.
    RF remote, so you don't have to aim your remote at the screen.
    Adjustable drop limit.

    Cons: None

    After using this screen for awhile, I thought I should write a review. Our church has been using this screen for almost two years now. It gets lowered and raised several times per week and we have not had any issues at all. We like the fact that it has an RF remote so we can just let it sit on the table in the sound booth. When we first installed it, I adjusted the auto-stop to align with the projected image. That has also worked great. We can just press the "down" button and walk away. When it's dropping, it automatically stops right where we want it.

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    Nice product - but no trigger - use 7932

    • Will,
    •  Victoriaville, QC 
    • 8/4/2011 12:33:07 PM

    Pros: for the price, it's excellent.

    Cons: just to let you know that there's no trigger on the unit, and as the description says, it's an RF remote. So if you plan to use a Learning remote, it will not works.

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    Excellent screen

    • Paco Ojeda,
    •  Mission, TX 
    • 5/23/2011 3:14:40 PM

    Pros: Great Remote, good screen resolution, quiet motor.

    Cons: i cannot find anything

    I was a little esceptical about this item but it was a nice surprise when i got it i bought this for our training room in the office, and i'm planning on getting one smaller for my home

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    Excellent screen

    • Paco Ojeda,
    •  Mission, TX 
    • 5/23/2011 3:12:47 PM

    Pros: Everything

    Cons: i cannot find anythin

    I was a little esceptical about this item but it was a nice surprise when i got it i bought this for our training room in the office, and i'm planning on getting one smaller for my home

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    I took the plunge

    • Thom,
    •  Clifton, NJ 
    • 10/14/2010 6:20:33 PM

    Pros: Solid Construction
    Good RF remote
    Long drop
    High quality feel
    Easy to install

    Cons: Limited documentation
    basic screen (no high tech fabric)

    Okay, I'll break down and write the review I was looking for when I brought this.

    This replaced a damaged $2000 screen that had been dirtied while moving and, like idiots, we attempted to clean resulting in things only getting worse.

    With limited reviews, the only thing that made me pull the trigger was knowing that they were only 30 miles away and they had a return policy. So, if it sucked, I could return it directly to the store.

    I was pleasantly surprised in all aspects: the build quality was as good or better as the $2K screen it replaced, the motors quieter, and the controls way better (I had a hard wired switchthis one is a wireless remote)

    I have an older projector that needs to throw a long ways (22 feet) in a big room with lots of reflective surfaces (a less than ideal home theater) but the picture is brite and vibrant.

    Is it as good as the $2K screen it replaced? Well, if you factor in the spots and the glarethis far exceeds it. But to compare a $2K gray screen, with insane high tech, with a 500$ plain flat white screen? I'd have to say the $2K screen had better potential, but this one is good enough, especially when you factor in that I am looking at it with an additional $1500 in my pocket.

    In fact, it is so "good enough" that it isn't even worth rigging up someway to drag the other one in from the garage to compare them side-by-side. We are satisfied. This is our new screen. I'm not driving it back.

    With kids, this may even be better as (though I'm not going to try unless I need to) I think this screen would be fairly easy to clean with no worries.

    The remote has up, down, stop buttons as well as "little bit up" and "little bit down" buttons. The RF means you don't need line of site, and the screen raises and lowers with enough sound to impress but not enough to distract or wake the kids in the middle of the night.

    I have noticed a slight "sticky pealing" sound when I lower it, but I think that's the black lead at the top mostly. and doesn't seem to affect anything, or seem like anything to worry about. It just sounds "new"

    I hung it from the ceiling, and the only difference between this and the $2K screen was the 2K machine had slightly bigger holes to put the S-hooks in (I have hooks in the ceiling with S-hooks connected to the screen) After a late-night trip to home depot for slightly thinner S-hooksI was in business.

    Since everything was already in placeinstallation for me was less than 5 minutes.

    Again: solid build, good quality finishthe only question point would be the surface of the screenthere is no high tech crystalsjust flat white.

    My closest seat is 8 feet so we don't really have any issues with seeing the fabric texture, but it is very flat and smoothso I don't think it would be an issue even if we were closer.

    The only way I am thinking now of improving my image quality, is upgrading my projector from a 720P to a 1080pand the good thing isI have an extra $1500 in my pocket to do it!

    Why not 10 out of 10? For the priceit is a 10. But, if you compare it to a $2K screen, or $2.5 K screen, and that being a 10I would say this is an 8.

    If they offered options such higher gain screens for $200 moreI would take it, but at this pricethe quality is good enough and I'll get more bang for my buck upgrading my projector than I will buying a better screen.

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