The AccuScreens Manual Screen is a sleek and attractive addition to your home theater. The steel case and durable plastic end caps are finished in an attractive Euro-White. The sturdy design of the Universal Mounting Brackets on each end cap allow for either wall or ceiling installation.
|Diagonal Image Size:||106"|
|Screen Fabric:||Matte White|
|Screen Folding Mechanism:||Manual|
|Form Factor:||Ceiling Mount|
|Form Factor:||Wall Mount|
The screen surface is washable with soap and water.
|Limited Warranty:||1 Year|
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By Jimmy from Plano, TX on 7/9/2013
I just went from an 80 inch to this 106 inch screen. I was a little worried about light output but I watch it at night or with the curtains closed so not a big deal - would not recommend for a well-lit room. The screen arrived the second day after I purchased it - could not believe it! I mounted it in my bedroom just above my dresser right up to the ceiling and it fit perfectly. My only complaint about this projector is that the mounting hooks are fixed at either end of the screen and you can't move them. I have seen more expensive screens where the hooks can slide back and forth in the track and it makes it much easier to mount if you can't find a stud. I mounted to one stud but I had to use a toggle bolt on the other side with a hook on the end of it. Otherwise, the screen is GREAT FOR THE PRICE. You can spend several hundred more and get a motorized tab-tension screen but honestly, I would say save your money unless you just want something to brag about. Plus, with a motorized screen, you have to plug it in somewhere and unless you are going to run electrical to where your screen is, it might be a bigger pain than you think. I just pull the screen down when I need it and slide it back up to the ceiling when I don't. Even without the tab-tension, the screen is pretty flat when you roll it out and with a movie on in a dark room you probably would never know the difference.Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No