Elite Screens Yard Master 2, 90-inch Indoor Outdoor Portable Fast Folding Projector Screen with Stand 16:9, 8K 4K Ultra HD 3D Movie Theater Cinema 90” Foldable Rear Projection Screen, OMS90HR3
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- 90-inch Diagonal, 16:9 Aspect Ratio. View Size: 44.0" H x 78.0" W. Overall Size: 74.1" H x 83.6" W x 36.7" Leg Size. Silver Aluminum Frame.
- Screen Material: WraithVeil 3, 0.8 Gain. 4K/8K Ultra HD, Active 3D, and HDR Projection Ready. Rear projection screen material featuring a 150 degree viewing angle. Mildew resistant, and easy to clean with soap and water.
- Assembles in minutes without the use of tools! Lightweight aluminum square tube construction easily transports with included padded carrying bag. Screen is mildly weather resistant, but should not be left exposed to the elements for extended periods of time. For maximum longevity, disassemble screen and store away indoors.
- Features a fully tensioned, snap button frame that ensures a flat projection. Includes: single-piece aluminum frame with detachable legs, screen material, carrying bag, ground stakes, rigging cord, and support rings.
- 2-Year / 3-Year ENR-G, Manufactures Warranty by Elite Screens' an ISO9001 manufacturer since 2004 and Lifetime Tech Support by Email, Web Chat or Toll Free Phone Call by Elite's Professional Service Team.
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The Yard Master 2 is a folding-frame outdoor projection screen. Its light-weight aluminum frame allows it to be set up in minutes. Simply, unfold the frame; attach the material and legs, then project.
This free-standing projection screen is the perfect companion for outdoor presentations with front or rear projection materials available.
Yard Master 2 features include:
- Assembles in minutes without the use of tools
- Lightweight ALUMINUM square tube construction
- Easy Snap-Button attachments on material
- This outdoor projection screen package includes the multi-piece frame, screen material, a carrying bag, ground stakes, rigging cords, and support rings.
Available in the following diagonal sizes:
- 55", 90", 100", 110", 120" and 135"
Compatible with Standard, Ultra/Short-throw 1080P/4K projectors.
Portable and Lightweight, for a true theater like experience on the go.
Designed with ease of use in mind, quickly sets-up with no tools required.
Locking joints for a stable presentation and Snap-on screen ensures a taught finish.
Designed with ease of use in mind
Quickly sets-up with no tools required.
Snap-button attachments with corner pull-tabs on the material make installation easier.
Light-weight aluminum square tube construction.
Single-piece frame system unfolds effortlessly
Extension legs available for increasing height (Sold Separately): Model: ZOMS2-LEGS-Z
WraithVeil is our rear projection screen material. It has a high gain performance for applications with a high ambient light intrusion. Its 2.2 gain configuration is ideal for events such as clubs, restaurants, trade shows, meeting rooms, and outside evening presentations. Its special surface coating enhances color reproduction and black level contrast with wide uniformity for large audiences.
- 2.2 Gain.
- 160 Degree Wide Viewing Angle
- 4K HD, Active 3D, & HDR Ready
- Mildew Resistant
- Textured PVC w/ Surface Coating
- Cleans w/ Mild Soap and Water.
- 1 x Folding Frame
- 2 x Folding Legs (Left and Right)
- 1 x Projection Screen Material
- 1 x Screen Material Bag
- 1 x Carrying Bag
- 2 x Rope
- 4 x Stake
- 2 x Knob Screw
- 2 x Eyebolt
- 1 x User Guide
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I'm in love! I bought a projector to show movies in my backyard and then fretted over what to do about a screen. I just assumed anything worthwhile would be too expensive and seriously considered putting something together with PVC pipe and a white tarp. What a mistake that would have been!
The whole unit comes packed nicely in a carrying case for portability (think the size of a Pack n Play baby crib). Both legs unfold and slide into the main frame, which is cleverly folded in 4 places as to fit inside the carrying case. The screen itself snaps all along the frame, about every foot, which keeps the screen tightly stretched and adds to the sturdiness of the frame itself. The whole thing takes about 10 minutes to setup and 10-15 minutes to fold up and put away properly- though I leave the frame/screen intact between viewings and just remove the legs (which takes about 30 seconds and is much easier with two people).
Once the frame is put together, it's very lightweight and easy for one adult to move it around in open spaces. Closed-in spaces are a little tricker because the screen is so big. I have an unused space near the door to my backyard where I can keep the screen between viewings (with the legs detached), which is really useful. But if you have to go up/down stairs to store it or around many corners, you'll probably have to have two people just to negotiate the angles.
I had thought when I first bought the screen that I would need to set sandbags or something on the legs to keep it in place, but of course there's an out-of-the-box solution for that. Stakes are provided to pound into little holes in the legs and keep the screen secured to the ground. These work great but make sure you have a hammer to do the pounding. There are additional measures involving twine but I never bothered with it and never had a problem.
I'm also happy with the quality of the screen itself. Yes the screen arrives folded up and to fit into the carrying case it must be folded, not rolled. Once the screen is stretched across the frame, you'll still see creases. Honestly even after having the screen attached to the frame for a few weeks I still saw the creases. However, they never distracted from whatever movie I was watching so this didn't bother me at all.
This screen is built for a very tight niche- backyard movie nights- and it's perfect for that purpose. It wouldn't really be appropriate for an indoor home theater arrangement but it's very mobile and lightweight with great quality, making it just right for your backyard oasis.
The screen is really phenomenal; I got the 120" size because it is the biggest 16:9 screen that a tall-adult can assemble while standing on the ground without a step-ladder and without needing assistance from another person. Sets up in under 5-minutes (not the first time, lol, but with experience) and folds back up in about 3-4 minutes.
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I tried pretty much every 16:9 100’projector screen with a stand on Amazon (that came via Prime) between $80 and $180 dollars. About 5 in total.
Every single one of them had some very tragic flaw. From stitches popping and tearing during setup and take down on fabric screens.
To fabric not being opaque enough or just not being able to display the picture very clear or bright (I did change the project very early in this voyage from 480P to 1080P native), to the whole frame/screen combo being very award and unstable or just completely impractical and poorly thought out.
Every aspect of this screen has been carefully thought out. From the multi-section carrying case that as separate compartment for each part and separate sleeve (and separating flap in the case) for the screen. With still enough room to slip in a power bar. This is really important as you will get dirt on the stand legs and this keeps it off the screen.
The stand and frame is very light and very sturdy and comes with everything you would need to make even it more sturdy (pegs and rope). The first time the you clip the screen to frame is the toughest. But it does stretch a little and each setup and take down is little easier (more from practice). The way the frame folds down in expands to a solid 16:19 frame is genius. It is very easy for one person to setup.
Using this screen is easy ESPECIALLY if you read the instructions. Oh Lordy, instructions with proper English grammar, phrasing, RELEVANT pictograms, and without spelling errors. Printed full step by step method to setup and take down the system.
Only after using the mess that you get with cheaper stuff can you get an appreciation for this. I mean I had one $120 screen where the only instructions were silkscreened onto the fabric carrying case (no words only pictures) on both sides and bottom of the case!).
THE only thing I can fault is the way the screen has to be stored in the case. It does creates creases/wrinkles on screen. (though after reading the manual again and little practice now just creases.).
No matter how long the screen stays up before the movie, they never really go away. HOWEVER – we have watched dozens of movies on this and not once did we ever notice see the creases when picture was projected on to it, nor did we notice picture quality degrade. I usually set it up 30 to 40mins before sunset and by time its dark enough for outdoor theatre, all creases have faded (stretched) out significantly, to the point if you are standing inches away from the screen you can see some, but 3ft or more away you cannot.