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Easy Assembly and Great Picture
Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2019
I have a light controlled room and an Epson 5050UB Projector. I had previously bought the Silver Ticket 110 Inch screen but wanted to go bigger and bought this 120 inch edgeless screen. When I saw this screen I thought I'd give it a try and am very glad I did.
It arrived in one day in a well packed box. Putting it together was not hard although you need a pretty big open area to work effectively. The frame is solid and the components are cut to fit together exactly without any gaps. But be careful with the frame corners as they are very, very sharp and can cut you if you're not careful.
Because I have put together a screen before, one trick I learned the hard way is to mount the wall hangers and level them first. I then put together the top of the frame only, and I hung the frame top on the wall hangers so I could check the level and ensure it's where I wanted it. I was able to do this by myself and it definitely helped me learn how to place the frame on the hangers without having to try to do so when the entire screen was put together.
Once I finished the wall hangers, I was able to put the rest of the frame together in about 20 - 30 minutes and then put on the screen material in another 20 - 30 minutes. I took my time, lined everything up exactly and followed the instructions.
I was extremely impressed how well it all fit together and how easy it was to pull the material around the screen. The screen material fits perfectly into the Velcro slots on the frame. Stretching the material didn't take a lot of effort and the result was a perfectly smooth, wrinkle free result. I didn't do anything special with the material and just took it out of the wrapper, put in face down on the floor and put the frame on top. I didn't have to wait for the material to warm up, or anything like that.
When hanging it, my wife helped me lift the screen and because I knew how to hang it, from doing the up-front work described above, the screen popped right onto the hangers and we weren't fighting with a 10 foot screen while trying to figure out how to hang it. So I did it all myself except for the 10 minutes where I needed another person.
Now, for the test. I fired up the projector and the picture is amazing! In this same room I have already tried the Silver Ticket Gray Screen, a 250.00 Screen paint-on kit, and two different shades of white and gray paint. This screen by far exceeds the picture quality of these other solutions.
Whites really pop, colors are vivid, and blacks are deep. Each color mode; dynamic, natural, cinema, etc., looks better than every prior screen and paint that I've tried. I don't know what the Gain of this screen is rated as but it's got to be a 1.1 or better. This being a new product, Amazon hasn't listed the screen gain yet.
I don't buy much of anything without researching things and learning all I can. I looked into the paints, screens, fabrics, building my own frame and using special material, etc., and after all of this, plus trying a few of them, I highly recommend getting this screen if you have a light controlled room. I couldn't find anything comparable for less than $600.00.