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106-inch, 16:9 HD Gray Fabric Fixed Frame Projection Screen
Give yourself the gift of a true Home Theater system with this 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 0.8 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%!
This is a non-retractable, fixed frame screen. It features a black aluminum frame, which keeps the screen taut in both dimensions. The frame is covered in black velvet. The screen measures 106 diagonal inches and is sized for a 16:9 aspect ratio. The package includes hardware to mount the screen to a wall.
- 8cm black aluminum frame covered in black velvet
- 106" diagonal screen size
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- 160° viewing angle
- 0.8 screen gain
- Wall mounting hardware included
- User's Manual (Nov 26, 2011)
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.
|Screen Color||HD gray|
|Viewing Area||92.4" x 52.0" (2346 x 1320 mm)|
|Total Screen Height||58.3" (1480mm)|
|Left/Right Borders||3.1" (80mm)|
|Top Border||3.1" (80mm)|
|Bottom Border||3.1" (80mm)|
|Case Material||Black aluminum|
|Frame Dimensions||98.7" x 58.3" x 1.4" (2506 x 1480 x 35 mm)|
|Package Dimensions||104.1" x 10.1" x 7.5" (2644 x 257 x 190 mm)|
|Net Weight||27.6 lbs (12.5 Kg)|
|Gross Weight||40.1 lbs (18.2 Kg)|
Questions and Answers
PROS: Colors Look GREAT
PROS: Screen looks great and has an awesome gain. Nice velvet edges
CONS: Assembly and mounting instructions are a little lacking.