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STR-169120 Silver Ticket 120" Diagonal 16:9 4K Ultra HD Ready HDTV (6 Piece Fixed Frame) Projector Screen White Material
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- The screen surface provides a 1.1 gain and an exceptionally wide viewing angle at 160 degrees with no resolution loss at any viewing angle
- 2 3/8" heavy duty beveled aluminum frame wrapped in light-absorbing black velvet material for a beautifully crisp viewing image; Enjoy beautiful movies, pictures, and games in FULL HD and Active 3D
- Quick and easy assembly with tensioning rod system ensures that you can bring cinema-quality entertainment to your home in just a few minutes.Half Gain Off-Center Viewing Angle:80°
- Secure top and bottom mounting brackets that allow horizontal adjustment
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The Silver Ticket Products Fixed Frame projection screen offers powerful performance for the price. This screen features real projection screen material, not a sheet. The material is a white stretchy, high-quality vinyl at 1.1 gain that is designed for watching movies. Wait until you see the colors! There is no resolution lost at any angle. This screen truly assembles much faster than any other brand available! Forget about tucking the screen material into the frame - the Silver Ticket Tension Rod System saves you time and frustration. How does the material connect to the frame? Each side of the material has a pocket. A rod slides through the pocket to attach to the frame. This saves you time during assembly, but also removes any puckers or wrinkles in the viewing surface. The rod holds the material perfectly square all around the whole frame. This pocket and rod system remains hidden behind the frame so you only see the movie. Forget about tricky installations - this fixed frame screen mounts on the wall much like a large picture frame. The sturdy aluminum frame is WRAPPED, not flocked, with a light absorbing black velvet fabric to absorb over-projected light so you don't have to be a professional when aligning your projector. While other brands use square tubing in their frames, this screen is built with durable extruded aluminum that contours down to the projected image so you won't have any ugly shadow on the image area. Join the thousands of satisfied customers -- buy Silver Ticket today!
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120" / 305 cm
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Before purchasing my screen, I opted to project onto the wall to get a feel for what size would work best in my room. I used painters tape to mark the corners of the projected image and then measured to determine the appropriate screen size. I'd highly recommend this option since it allows you to get a feel for the optimal solution for your specific room factoring in speaker placement, distance to projector, obstructions etc. You also need to accommodate the size of the border so pay close attention to not only the dimensions of the screen, but also the overall dimensions including the frame to ensure everything fits as you intend.
When I received my screen and started unpacking it I quickly realized I had made a good choice. The extruded aluminum rails are very robust and do not flex AT ALL. The felt covering is perfectly flat and smooth. Assembly instructions are simple and to the point, but YouTube videos are available if you are more of a visual learner. I had the advantage of a flat ping pong table (covered with a blanket) to use for assembly but an open area of carpeting would work as well. All of the assembly hardware was high quality and made this a snap. They also provided a few extra screen clips and at least one extra assembly screw just in case. Initially I was concerned that the two piece rails for the top and bottom would be a weak point, but once assembled this is not a concern as those rails are laser straight. Also, the joint in the rails is effectively invisible due to the felt on the rails themselves – if you didn’t know that joint was there, you would never see it so it turned out to be a non-issue. The tensioning system left the screen completely taught with zero ripples or waves - however if there were minor indentations on the screen material itself I would guess they would work themselves out over time as the screen adapted to the tension.
It should be noted the screen itself is a PVC material with a coating so essentially a form of very flexible plastic rather than a traditional fabric. I noticed a minor smell when unrolling it similar to an air mattress or inflatable pool, but this odor disappeared within a couple of hours. I can’t say if this material is as strong as fabric, but I can say installation was easy and there were no problems with tensioning as some other screen designs struggle with, so perhaps this material is more forgiving (it does have a certain amount of stretch to it). Either way the quality of the image is amazing so in my view that is what matters.
Because of the material being PVC this screen is not acoustically transparent. This means you would be unable to install speakers behind the screen as it would muffle the sound. If you want speakers hidden behind a screen you’ll have to opt for a true acoustically transparent (AT) screen which will either be perforated or will be more of a fabric weave material to allow sound to pass through it.
The installation of the screen on the wall was the only step which required two people. After measuring, and measuring again to ensure I had the screws in the proper locations I found it was helpful to use a bit of painters tape on the front of the frame to show me where the wall brackets were located, and another piece of tape on the wall above the screws. This allowed us to lift the screen up, align the two pieces of tape, and hang the screen off of the screws with zero issues. However, if the wall screws are too loose or too tight you may have to take the screen back down and adjust - so be prepared to take a few minutes for this step.
The four screws that hold the screen to the wall were the only part of the hardware that I wasn't 100% satisfied with. The Philips heads on the screws weren't machined all that well so some minor stripping did occur while screwing into the studs. If I were to install the screen again, I'd chuck these four screws in the trash and install four high quality bugle head construction screws instead. A minor point, but worth mentioning. The wall mount brackets themselves work well, but I would have preferred some type of French cleat system that would have been more forgiving and wouldn’t require precision alignment of the screws. I should also note that the wall mount brackets do result in the screen sitting in front of the wall by around one-half of an inch. This allows your fingers space behind the frame when installing, and it gives the center reinforcement strut a place to sit. I had thought the screen would sit flush with the wall when installed so initially I wasn’t sure how I would feel about this, but once installed I haven’t even noticed. That said, I do think with a small modification to their mounting brackets and a small change to the center strut they could easily design the screen to be installed flush to the wall. Why they didn’t do this I’m not sure since there is no need to worry about leaving room for speakers on a non-AT screen.
All things considered I'm very happy. The projected image (I'm using the Sony VPLHW40ES 1080p 3D projector) is incredibly sharp and bright. There is a noticeable improvement over the image projected onto the wall and the detail is so fine that I'm able to see pores in the skin of actors from over 15 feet away... so clearly both the projector and screen are doing their jobs. The felt frame does a fantastic job of absorbing light, thus if you set your zoom so that a few pixels fall onto the edge of the screen you won't even see it. A homemade screen with a wood or metal frame that isn't covered with felt might not have this advantage as they would tend to reflect some of that light back at you rather than absorbing it like the felt. This screen also does not have any trademarks or brand names on the frame like some other screens I looked at. That isn’t a big issue for most people, but I feel a lack of a brand name makes it look more professional.
* Sturdy aluminum rails
* High quality assembly hardware
* Smooth felt material on rails
* Good assembly instructions
* Easy and fast assembly
* Great packaging
* Amazing screen image
* Even more amazing value
* Lack of branding on frame
* Wall mount brackets require precision measuring (unforgiving)
* Wall mount screws are not up to par with the rest of the package
* Final installation leaves gap between screen and wall
* Aside from the friend who paid five times much for a screen which isn’t as nice as this one giving you a dirty look out of frustration… there really isn’t anything to report here.
If you are on the fence about this screen, I’d urge you to buy it. I couldn’t be happier with the finished product and I’m a bit picky when it comes to my AV gear. It took me months and months of research before I committed to a projector and screen and I regret nothing. I was prepared to spend much more on a screen but after reading reviews and comparing I kept coming back to the Silver Ticket option… and I’m glad I did. My very minor complaints are so small they aren't even worthy of deducting a half star from the rating, so this is most certainly a five out of five product.
I’d love to hear your feedback if you come to the same conclusion as I did so leave a comment below and let me know!
First off, for the money, it is an absolutely incredible value, especially if you go shop around for other screens. The assembly is not hard AT ALL, though it does take a little bit of patience. When I first unboxed all of the parts my initial reaction was I was super impressed with the quality of it all considering It cost me $400. The metal frame is super hard and sturdy. The black velvet wrapping around it is super nice and clean, and the screen material is not some super thin, easy to rip material. For anyone looking at the Acoustic Woven screen, let me address the most common concern, loss of sound. To the human ear, there is Zero. I was actually more concerned when I opened it to discover that there is actually a secondary black fabric that goes behind the white woven material. It is just like the material most Floor speaker's fronts are covered in, but two layers?...I was worried. The truth is I actually watched movies for few weeks in the room on a TV, on a stand until I got the screen and projector up. So I know what it sounded like before and now, and there is zero difference. Okay so I guess with an sound measuring device, there may be a small decimal of loss, but your ears can not hear it and there is no muffling. The picture that shows up on the acoustic fabric is second to none. You dont even know it's perforated unless you are 1 ft from it.
I would guess it will take most people 1 hr to assemble the frame and 25 minutes to mount the brackets and hang it. Now that I have done it once, I could do it all in 35 minutes or so.
Note: I am using an Optoma HD142x as the projector and the in wall speakers are all the Polk RC line. I bought the entire set up on Amazon and the screen, projector, 3 speakers and the PW 505 sub, I have a home theater that is awesome to someone on a Budget yet still appreciates good sound and image. I was in film school for 2 years so I have set in a lot of 20-30K dollar screening rooms, this is not that, but for 10% of the price, the difference is so minimal. It wows my kids, it wows my friends. When a decent 75 inch TV from Sam's Club cost $2,000, I will take a true home theater over that any day.
I attached two 1/4" hooks ($.98 from HD) and have the screen hanging in front of my plasma which is mounted to the wall behind it. I had previously had an elite B model pull down screen hanging from very strong wire through the ceiling and screwed to ceiling joists. I could no longer take all the wrinkles and waves of the pull-down screen. This screen is only about 20 lbs or so I'm guessing. It's easy to hang without help. I just lean it against a wall in a side room when using the plasma tv behind it, which is most of the time.
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This is my first venture into the world of projectors but I have to say that I'm blown away but how good this picture looks on this 120" screen. The photos really don't do it justice.
The Sylver Ticket fixed frame fixes that issue with an innovating tension system in a way that there is no wave at all in the screen material. The surface is also high quality and compares to other screen I saw in a store but that cost 6 to 7 time the price I paid! Very easy to assemble and delivery was fast. I highly recommend this product to whoever has a high end projector and looking for a screen.
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