Elite Screens M120UWH2 Manual Series Projection Screen (120″ Diag. 16:9 58.8″Hx104.6″W)

Elite Screens M120UWH2 Manual Series Projection Screen (120″ Diag. 16:9 58.8″Hx104.6″W)

  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio; Diagonal Size: 120″; View Size: 58.8″Hx104.6″W; Overall Size: 69.4″Hx110.9″W
  • MaxWhite 1.1 gain screen material with standard black backing to eliminate light penetration. 4 side black borders to enhance picture contrast and absorb light overshoot
  • Auto-Locking Mechanism and screen lanyard provide a wide range of height settings and easy operation
  • Available in black or white casing with dual wall and ceiling installation. Optional 6″ and 12″ brackets sold separately
  • GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD GOLD Indoor Air Quality certified
  • Advance auto locking system – easy lock to all position
  • Black back screen material – block rear light through
  • Designed for wall or ceiling installation
  • Dual wall and ceiling – perfect for home / business
  • Matte White Screen

Screen folding mechanism : manual, standard warranty : 2 year, diagonal image size : 120 inches. aspect ratio : 16:9. screen size : 59 inches height x 104 inches width manual projector screen, maxwhite 120 inches (16:9), black casing. manufacturer part number: m120uwh2. product specifications compare with other products. product name manual projector screen, maxwhite 120 inches (16:9), black casing. product type projection screen. screen folding mechanism manual . diagonal image size 120 inches.

List Price: $ 204.00

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3 thoughts on “Elite Screens M120UWH2 Manual Series Projection Screen (120″ Diag. 16:9 58.8″Hx104.6″W)

  1. 133 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Elite., February 24, 2009
    By 
    Brian Lange. (Chicago, IL) –
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    I’ve had this screen installed for a few days now, I’ve unravelled and contracted it several times and it seems to be fluid and sturdy. (I was weary after reading several reviews on a similar screen that said it was frail and broke quickly) But so far it seems to work fine. Installation was a royal pain, as the studs in my ceiling are almost impossible to find or non-existent. Nevertheless, I did some weight tests and I think it should definitely be secure.

    Yes… the screen bar is actually a slight off-white, but I think it is for the better, as I have eggshell walls and when rolled back up (or when rolled out) it blends into the wall… with dim lights, the most noticeable aspect is the black frame around the screen which works great with bleed over the edges from your projector. The color produced seems great, although I have little to compare it to and of course it also depends on the integrity of your projector.

    There is very slight “ripple” effect from the screen being tightened to the pulldown bar… only most noticeable when there is scrolling horizontal text in the movie – which doesn’t happen that often – and even then, it is not anything to cry about. (UPDATE) this either seemed to correct itself, or I no longer notice it as it has been a few years and I never think about this issue anymore. The edges do still bow inwards slightly, but only upon the first few minutes of unraveling. If you open it, leave it for a few, then watch your film – no problem.

    So… as of now, I am giving this 4 stars. Should it fail sometime in the coming months I will update my review, but as of now I have nothing too negative to say about this screen.

    2012 UPDATE: The screen is still installed perfectly, still unrolls and collapses perfectly, no signs of wear on the screen.
    2013 UPDATE: Still works as good as it ever did. Ripples seem to be gone. I love this screen.

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  2. 40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This screen is everything that we need, August 26, 2007
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    Randy (SLC, UT) –
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    We bought a Sanyo PLV-Z5 projector, and have it set up in our living room. I wanted a pull down screen so our living room did not have to be a full time theater. I read a lot about screens, and in general, much more high end screens were recommended. Maybe the movie connoisseur with a more depicting eye would not be pleased with this screen, but we have been thrilled. Content has been very bright and vivid, and contrast better than any television we have ever had. We just use it for watching movies, and do not have any high-def sources, but I doubt it would make any difference.

    The only downside is that this screen does have a bit of a wave in it. After it has been up for a while, we have to tension the bottom corners to pull it flat. This is only noticeable in scenes with a lot of horizontal motion across the screen, and when we add tension, we do not notice it.

    Overall, if one does not want a fixed screen, I think this is a great screen, and I could not find a better price anywhere.

    One other note, my sister also purchased this screen and has been equally happy with it.

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  3. 31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great screen at 1/3 the price!, December 6, 2005
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    Matthew J. Miller (Orlando, FL USA) –
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    I have owned this screen since July and I must say it has performed perfectly. We keep ours outside on the the patio year round as we watch movies by the pool, and have had no problem with it. The screen material is durable and displays a very sharp image from an entry level projector. I looked at the Dalite screens at the same size, but I wasnt willing to spend $1200-1500 just for a brand name. Elite screens has got a lifetime customer!

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