Visual Apex Projector Screen 144HD Portable Indoor/Outdoor Movie Theater Fast-Folding Projector Screen with Stand Legs and Carry Bag HD4K 16:9 format
- 144” 1-piece-fast-fold frame. Easy set up in minutes! No frame assembly required. Material snaps onto frame with a tight fit to avoid wrinkles.
- View size: 144" diagonal, 125"w x 71"h. Overall size (with Legs attached) 133"w x 104.5"h. Legs are 26.5”h and detachable for hanging applications - 2 wall mounts are included!
- PVC Screen Material: Cinema Matte White 1.1 Gain, 4K Ultra HD, 2D and 3D with black backing.
- Included - sturdy carry bag, stakes to place through frame feet and guide ropes to provide extra stability. Hanging grommets to hang screen and 2 wall mounts are provided to wall mount hang.
- 2-year manufacturer warranty. ROHS standard approved.
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|Viewable Area||87(w) x 49(h) inches||96(w) x 54(h) inches||104(w) x 59(h) inches||115(w) x 64(h) inches||125(w) x 71(h) inches|
|Exterior Screen Dimensions||95(w) x 57(h) inches||104(w) x 62(h) inches||112(w) x 67(h) inches||123(w) x 72(h) inches||133(w) x 78(h) inches|
|Viewable Diagonal||100 inches||110 inches||120 inches||132 inches||144 inches|
|Screen Aspect Ratio||16:9||16:9||16:9||16:9||16:9|
|Weight||28 lbs||30 lbs||33 lbs||34 lbs||36 lbs|
|Portable Bag Dimensions||40"x13"x5"||40"x13"x5"||40"x13"x5"||48"x13"x6"||48"x13"x6"|
|Distance from Viewable Surface to Floor||30.5 inches||30.5 inches||30.5 inches||30.5 inches||30.5 inches|
|Leg Height||26.5 inches||26.5 inches||26.5 inches||26.5 inches||26.5 inches|
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144" portable projector screen 16:9 format 1-piece-fast-fold frame. Easy set up in minutes. No frame assembly required, extend and snap into place. Material snaps onto frame easily, with a tight.
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Lets start with the screen itself:
1. Its relatively portable. It weighs a lot, but really is as light a screen of this size will be. The carrying bag is wonderful to move it around.
2. The set up is the easiest thing ever. For deployment, simply start unfolding the sides and it somehow becomes a screen. Make sure to have the bottom (has leg holes) pointed the right way, and DO NOT lock the corner locks until after the screen is put on (makes install easier). Unfold the screen and push the buttons in. By myself, It took 5 minutes sans the ropes. Take down is similar. I do not think you can find a way to fold the frame wrong, there is no guessing which side to press first. Just start folding and it miraculously returns to the correct position. Takes a little longer than deployment with 1 person as folding requires hitting buttons on 2 different sides like 5 feet way at the same time lol.
3. The screen itself is a great material for projection outside. The black level does suffer a little, but you're outside, no one is really going to tell. The black siding does pretty good at absorbing overflow as well.
While these are pretty significant, I still give the screen 4 stars. They are not complete deal breakers, but something I wish VA would fix/ offer a solution for.
1. The horizontal crease in the middle of the screen. I let it sit out the entire day and its still not completely gone, hopefully over time it will disappear more. I notice it less now, but I feel the problem occurs during packing/shipping. If there was a foam layer added between the fold in that area, it would relieve the compression stress and possibly stop it from appearing.
2. Its not exactly lined up on the x-axis. I have tested it and found the top of my screen on the left and right side to be off centered. Basically, the left side of the screen is closer to the projector than the right side, leading to image spilling in the top left. Instead of 1 rope to pass through the eye on top, 2 separate ones would allow people to tighten the front and back accordingly and hold the screen in position better to counter this inevitable bending of the aluminum.
3. This is by far my biggest complaint. I really wish they had supplied better accessories/hardware. I gladly would have paid an extra $20-$30 to have a couple of improvements:
A: The included ropes are useless. Mine frayed almost immediately. Not to mention they are a distracting bright white. I had to purchase some nice black paracord (paid $18) to replace it after 3 uses. The stock ones can't handle any wind, they simply stretch leaving all the pressure on the bottom stakes of the screen.
B: When your stock rope inevitably stretches with the pressure of wind, the stakes placed in the legs, a cheap metal, will bend and allow the screen to fall. I actually was at Lowe's picking up the paracord anticipating this when I got a phone call from home that it had fallen over in a light breeze. I got some nice plastic screw stakes that hold more weight and won't bend.
C: Why isn't there a canvas bag for the stakes!? When opening the screen the first time, I was surprised to see the stakes scattered about after poking through a plastic bag. Really should be in a canvas bag to prevent this.
D: I am worried about the carrying case quality as well. The inside is well though out and looks quality, however, I am already seeing a hole develop near the zipper that may expand over time and rip.
That it for screen. For anyone out there wondering, I am using an Epson 5030UB to project. Its quite expensive and usually reserved for home theater usage, but it pairs greatly with the screen. In full dynamic mode, its possible to see the screen about 30 minutes prior to sunset in the shade. Once the suns down, I can easily turn it to THX mode, enjoy the great color accuracy and black levels, all on the low bulb mode! Finally, 3D is also perfectly displayed on a screen this size, though if you are on a full moon night (I have never seen the moon so bright), I did need to move it to living room mode for a little more brightness. Overall, if you can afford it, the Epson 5030UB is my recommendation with this screen. Epson Home Cinema 5030UB 1080p 3D 3LCD Home Theater Projector
I have a build thread where you can view more of my set up as well at [...]
Update: After contacting the manufacturer about my problems, they have impressed me. They were very helpful and immediately sent replacement parts. I'm not talking about a couple of new snaps, they sent a new frame, new screen and some leg adapters to avoid the poor fit.
The screen really is nice, and with such good service, it's well worth the money.