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You can plan on 50 to 90 min of actual assembly time. It is very well packed and actually takes longer to unpack and clean up than it does to put it together. It’s very well constructed. Directions are user friendly.
Glen C.
· February 13, 2020
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I know I am supposed to be answering here but I must re-ask this question and wonder if we are talking about the same screen. This is the STR-169120-WAB- the descrption of which is (16:9, 120", Woven Acoustic Material) the company describes it "The woven acoustic screen material allows speakers to be placed behind the … see more I know I am supposed to be answering here but I must re-ask this question and wonder if we are talking about the same screen. This is the STR-169120-WAB- the descrption of which is (16:9, 120", Woven Acoustic Material) the company describes it "The woven acoustic screen material allows speakers to be placed behind the viewing surface with no sound loss - the material is 1.1 gain with a wide viewing angle of 160 degrees". So are you all saying that it is not as advertised and still giving it such a high rating? see less I know I am supposed to be answering here but I must re-ask this question and wonder if we are talking about the same screen. This is the STR-169120-WAB- the descrption of which is (16:9, 120", Woven Acoustic Material) the company describes it "The woven acoustic screen material allows speakers to be placed behind the viewing surface with no sound loss - the material is 1.1 gain with a wide viewing angle of 160 degrees". So are you all saying that it is not as advertised and still giving it such a high rating?
WilliamB
· December 27, 2016
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Hi. There are a few different options that we offer. Thank you for asking.

The WAB is made for speakers to be placed behind the screen. … see more
Hi. There are a few different options that we offer. Thank you for asking.

The WAB is made for speakers to be placed behind the screen.

The matte white is the most universal and great for dedicated rooms. Also great for ultra short throw projection.

The grey is great for rooms with a little light or very bright projectors. Also great for ultra short throw projectors.

The high contrast and the silver are for rooms with more light. see less
Hi. There are a few different options that we offer. Thank you for asking.

The WAB is made for speakers to be placed behind the screen.

The matte white is the most universal and great for dedicated rooms. Also great for ultra short throw projection.

The grey is great for rooms with a little light or very bright projectors. Also great for ultra short throw projectors.

The high contrast and the silver are for rooms with more light.

silverticketproducts
Seller · September 12, 2018
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If you plan on using blackout curtains, there is no advantage of a silver over white screens. When there is any ambient light, the silver is significantly better at displaying blacks and richer colors over the white. There is a loss of projector brightness with the silver but a projector with over 2000 lumens will show… see more If you plan on using blackout curtains, there is no advantage of a silver over white screens. When there is any ambient light, the silver is significantly better at displaying blacks and richer colors over the white. There is a loss of projector brightness with the silver but a projector with over 2000 lumens will show negligible affect. see less If you plan on using blackout curtains, there is no advantage of a silver over white screens. When there is any ambient light, the silver is significantly better at displaying blacks and richer colors over the white. There is a loss of projector brightness with the silver but a projector with over 2000 lumens will show negligible affect.
Mindiraser
· July 16, 2019
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Commercial and residential movie screens are manufactured with a protective coating that is designed to reflect light. These protective coatings are vulnerable to household cleaners.In the theater business we used what was called a screen brush to brush off the screens once every couple of months. Any Soft brush Will d… see more Commercial and residential movie screens are manufactured with a protective coating that is designed to reflect light. These protective coatings are vulnerable to household cleaners.In the theater business we used what was called a screen brush to brush off the screens once every couple of months. Any Soft brush Will do. Just make sure that you’re using it for a dedicated screen brush. Don’t use it for anything else. Four a stubborn stain carefully use warm water, mild soap and a soft cloth. If stain persists, use a soft dedicated toothbrush with light pressure. see less Commercial and residential movie screens are manufactured with a protective coating that is designed to reflect light. These protective coatings are vulnerable to household cleaners.In the theater business we used what was called a screen brush to brush off the screens once every couple of months. Any Soft brush Will do. Just make sure that you’re using it for a dedicated screen brush. Don’t use it for anything else. Four a stubborn stain carefully use warm water, mild soap and a soft cloth. If stain persists, use a soft dedicated toothbrush with light pressure.
Glen C.
· February 13, 2020
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I don't recommend an ultra short throw. What distance are you thinking?
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· July 16, 2016
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The drill bit required depends on the size of the screws you decide to use and if you will be anchoring directly into studs or using drywall anchors. You don't have to use the provided screws and anchors. If you are mounting straight into studs, 1/4" will be fine (you just need a pilot hole so 1/4" may be a bit much)… see more The drill bit required depends on the size of the screws you decide to use and if you will be anchoring directly into studs or using drywall anchors. You don't have to use the provided screws and anchors. If you are mounting straight into studs, 1/4" will be fine (you just need a pilot hole so 1/4" may be a bit much) and the provided screws should be sufficient. If you are going to mount the hanging brackets directly into drywall, make sure to toss away the provided drywall anchors. They will only result in large holes in your drywall as they will spin and push through the drywall once you try to drive the screws into them. The wings will not spread correctly as the plastic is too hard for the provided screws to cut into. Get something better, such as a screw-type drywall anchor and use appropriate sized screws for the anchors. The screen doesn't weigh much so support isn't an issue. Being level is! I only have the top mountings secured and I have had zero issues. The bottom mounts can be tricky and you'll want someone to help you. Make sure to note that there are top brackets and bottom brackets and they are not interchangeable. see less The drill bit required depends on the size of the screws you decide to use and if you will be anchoring directly into studs or using drywall anchors. You don't have to use the provided screws and anchors. If you are mounting straight into studs, 1/4" will be fine (you just need a pilot hole so 1/4" may be a bit much) and the provided screws should be sufficient. If you are going to mount the hanging brackets directly into drywall, make sure to toss away the provided drywall anchors. They will only result in large holes in your drywall as they will spin and push through the drywall once you try to drive the screws into them. The wings will not spread correctly as the plastic is too hard for the provided screws to cut into. Get something better, such as a screw-type drywall anchor and use appropriate sized screws for the anchors. The screen doesn't weigh much so support isn't an issue. Being level is! I only have the top mountings secured and I have had zero issues. The bottom mounts can be tricky and you'll want someone to help you. Make sure to note that there are top brackets and bottom brackets and they are not interchangeable.
Mark
· December 28, 2015
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The STR-169120-WAB 120" 16:9 Woven Acoustic screen actually comes with two vertical support bars that can be moved left or right to accommodate speaker placement. This adjustable two support bar design avoids the problem that would result from having one center support bar that could interfere with the placement of spe… see more The STR-169120-WAB 120" 16:9 Woven Acoustic screen actually comes with two vertical support bars that can be moved left or right to accommodate speaker placement. This adjustable two support bar design avoids the problem that would result from having one center support bar that could interfere with the placement of speakers such as a center-channel speaker. see less The STR-169120-WAB 120" 16:9 Woven Acoustic screen actually comes with two vertical support bars that can be moved left or right to accommodate speaker placement. This adjustable two support bar design avoids the problem that would result from having one center support bar that could interfere with the placement of speakers such as a center-channel speaker.
silverticketproducts
Seller · March 9, 2015
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The approximate shipping dimensions for this screen are 72" x 9" x 6", 35 lbs.
silverticketproducts
Seller · September 8, 2015
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Depends on your credit history
Hector perez
· February 6, 2020