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Promoted 10-17-2016 by brisar at 08:08 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Elite Screens Sable Frame B2 Series 135" Fixed Frame Projection Screen on sale for $139.99. Shipping is free. Thanks madcheeku
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Edited October 17, 2016 at 07:29 AM by annie930ny
Amazon has the Elite Screens Sable Frame B2 Series, 135-inch Diagonal 16:9, Fixed Frame Home Theater Projection Projector Screen for $139. These are typically around $350 so is a great price.


Elite Screens Sable Frame B2 Series, 135-inch Diagonal 16:9, Fixed Frame Home Theater Projection Projector Screen [amazon.com]

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Better than throwing a 200" picture on my wall?
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Better than throwing a 200" picture on my wall?
Per picture quality, it's much better than the wall.

Per size, 200" wins. laugh out loud
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Better than throwing a 200" picture on my wall?
A lot better. 200" with a no gain wall must look washed out - unless you have 5000 lumens.
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I have an Elite pull down screen and it is made very well. Would not hesitate to buy another of their products.
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I have their 120" screen and I love it. No way would a 135" fit in my space. Hell of a deal though.
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wish this was a pull down 135" Frown
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Heck yea a good deal. Too bad my wall is just a tad smaller. I'll have to remeasure just in case. Price is awesome though. Would be nice if the smaller one's prices went down too.
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#10
I made myself exactly of the same size, it costed me around $160 + effort of construction. So, this is definitely a great deal for $139 and also with 2 yr warranty.
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I own a Elite fixed cine-grey 1x in 92" and it looks great. Creates a very neutral look and is perfect for a smallish room with high lumens.
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Wish there was 110 on sale
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I have their 120" screen and I love it. No way would a 135" fit in my space. Hell of a deal though.
Yeah, 135" is pretty big. I'll have to measure to see if it will even fit!
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I have their 120" and can vouch for the quality. This is a great price if for some reason you have the space for 135" lol.
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You'll want to make sure your projector manufacturer even recommendeds going that big. My $2k Sony projector maxes out at 120". I have a similar 120" screen but regret going that big.

The bigger you go the more pixilated and washedout it gets, even at 1080p (unless you have some $10k 4k projector, in which case I would not recommend this screen anyway).

I think this manufacturer is great for smaller home theater setups but can't imagine why you would ever buy a screen of this quality this big.
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Last edited by stevenjoe October 17, 2016 at 07:48 AM.
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