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    Monoprice 150in HD White Fabric Ceiling-Recessed Motorized Projection Screen 16:9
    Product # 7951
    In Stock This item should ship today (9/25/2018) if ordered within 6 hours 23 minutes

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    Model 7951
    Screen Size 150"
    Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Motor Somfy
    Remote Control IR
    Screen Material Tab-tensioned fabric
    Screen Color HD white
    Screen Gain 1.0
    Viewing Angle 160°
    Viewing Area 130.7" x 73.5" (3320 x 1867 mm)
    Total Screen Height 99.2" (2519mm)
    Left/Right Borders 3.9" (100mm)
    Top Border 15.7" (400mm)
    Bottom Border 2.6" (65mm)
    Case Material Black aluminum with white face
    Case Dimensions 155.1" x 6.7" x 6.3" (3940 x 170 x 161 mm)
    Package Dimensions 159.9" x 11.9" x 10.4" (4062 x 303 x 263 mm)
    Net Weight 90.1 lbs. (41.2 kg)
    Gross Weight 114.2 lbs. (51.8 kg)
    Power Requirement 100~120 VAC, 60Hz, 90W
    Warranty 1 year

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    Can you please quote freight ? to 1801 century park east los angeles CA 90067.
    We need to install the projector this weekend if possible . Air freight if neen it would be okay. MIguel Verdugo
    A shopper on Feb 23, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: You can save a lot of money if you make the 30-60 minute drive from L.A. to our will call in Rancho Cucamonga. You can place your order today and pick it up tomorrow.
    Is this acoustically transparent fabric?
    A shopper on May 23, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This one is not perforated. We are working on coming out with some in the future. No ETA yet.
    5.0 / 5.0
    2 Reviews
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    Excellent Screen and Value
    I recently purchased 2 of these screens. While I cannot comment on their longevity, I can tell you this screen provides outstanding clarity when paired with my Epson projectors. I have purchased name brand screens in the past including Stewart, and I can honestly say that I don't see a difference in quality. Maybe a side-by-side comparison would show some noticeable differences, but all I can say is that everything from the color balance to the off-axis brightness is excellent. The motor runs smoothly (it's the same motor used in my Hunter Douglas motorized shades), and the tensioning keeps the screen completely flat. Even though the screen is white without ambient-light rejection, I can comfortable watch movies on both screens during the day in non-dedicated screening rooms - one in the family room, and one in the bedroom (although I should mention that I'm using an Epson PowerLite Pro G6550WU and a G6900WU which put out 5200 lumens and 6000 lumens). BTW, I would disregard any negative comments regarding installation. Recessed screens are generally left best to A/V installers - my installer had no problems in installing both screens. Finally, I have to mention that there was one part missing from one of the screens (infrared receiver), and Monoprice immediately sent me out a replacement part. The customer service reps were absolutely cordial and helpful - couldn't ask for more.

    PROS: Outstanding quality paired with excellent pricing. Outstanding customer service.

    CONS: None
    February 6, 2016
    Awesome Screen
    Overall I'm happy with this screen. The motor is quiet (except when using very frequently).

    PROS: The price was right for a motorized screen. Quality is good as well.

    CONS: Motor started to make some strange sounds when raising and lowering the screen daily. Decided to leave it down most of the time and only raise when needed and the sound went away.
    February 24, 2014