|> ezFrame Series|
• Award winning Home Theater Screen with full tension uniformity
• Models available with CineWhite, CineGrey, CineGrey 5D (2D/3D), Wraith Veil (rear), and sound transparent AcousticPro1080P2, AcousticPro1080P3 material
• Anodized black aluminum frame with black velour surfacing to enhance the appearance with the stylish masked border that absorbs projector light overshoot
• Easy to assemble and install in minutes
• 4K Ultra HD Ready on Cinewhite, CineGrey, CineGrey 5D, and AcousticProA1080P3 materials
• Sliding wall mounts ensure the installation is properly centered
• Available in 4:3, 16:9 and 16:10 aspect ratios
• Diagonal sizes ranging from 84" - 226"
• 2-year manufacturer warranty
• CineGrey 5D Screen Material: Flame Retardant- Complies with NFPA 701 Standards
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The listed measurements are for general reference only. Please contact Elite Screens to verify product design and dimensions before attempting to integrate its products with any structural or furniture modification. Although a manufacturer may offer product advice, it may be taken or disregarded at the integrator’s discretion. Elite Screens will not be held responsible or be otherwise liable for faulty installations. Please click here to view the ezFrame CineGrey 5D dimensions table.
ezFrame Series Dimensions Table
ezFrame Packaging Dimensions
ezFrame Series Model Numbers
Decoding the Model Number
Model Number: R 150 W H 1
R: ez Frame Series
150: 150” Diagonal
W: CineWhite Material (H: CineGrey / R: Wraith Veil / G: Powergain / DHD5: Cinegrey5D)
H: 16:9 Format (V: 4:3 / X: 16:10)
1: Version 1
(-A1080P2: Acoustic Sound Transparent Material A1080P2 / -A1080P3: Acoustic Sound Transparent A1080P3)
"What is the difference between the version 1 and version 2 of the ezFrame Series?
While the frame structure and screen material performance remain the same between the version 1 and version 2 of the ezFrame series, there are two main differences. The first is that the Version 2 features a newly designed material that has a rubber-edge border which makes installation a lot easier and a lot less time consuming. The second difference is that the version 2 comes with an installation kit that includes wood screws & anchors, wall brackets, screwdriver, and a mallet.
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Q: Why choose an “ALR” screen like CineGrey 5D over CineWhite ?
A: Although matte white materials such as CineWhite are ideal for environments where room lighting can be controlled, the image is easily washed out by ambient light. Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) materials such as the CineGrey 5D are suitable for environments where there are high levels of indirect (ambient) light. This material trades off on the wide diffusion uniformity of white materials in favor of a brighter (angular reflective) image. Elite’s CineGrey 5D incorporates a diffusion layer over a highly reflective surface which scatters ambient light while improving picture performance with a brighter image. This includes color neutrality with enhanced black levels and improvement over Active 3D presentations.
Q: I have a 16:9 (HDTV) home theater projector but I'd like to have a presentation that has a 2.35:1 (Cinemascope) aspect ratio on a 2.35:1 projection screen. Do I need an anamorphic lens for this?
Q: What is the advantage of having a black velvet covered frame?
Q: What is the difference between the ezFrame and the SableFrame series?
Q: What are the model numbers for the ezFrame Series?
A: Here is a complete list of the model numbers for the ezFrame Series: R84WV1, R100WV1, R120WV1, R135WV1, R150WV1, R180WV1, R200WV1, R84H1, R84WH1, R92H1, R92WH1, R100H1, R100WH1, R106H1, R106WH1, R110WH1, R120H1, R120WH1, R135H1, R135WH1, R150H1, R150WH1, R165WH1, R180WH1, R200WH1, R109WX1, R114WX1, R144WX1, R171WX1, R206WX1, R100DHD5, R110DHD5, R120DHD5, R135DHD5, R150DHD5, R84RH1, R92RH1, R100RH1, R106RH1, R110RH1, R120RH1, R135RH1, R171RX1, R226RX1, R84WH1-A1080P2, R92WH1-A1080P2, R100WH1-A1080P2, R106WH1-A1080P2, R110WH1-A1080P2, R120WH1-A1080P2, R150WH1-A1080P2, R165WH1-A1080P2, R180WH1-A1080P2, R84WH1-A1080P3, R92WH1-A1080P3, R100WH1-A1080P3, R110WH1-A1080P3, R120WH1-A1080P3, R135WH1-A1080P3, R150WH1-A1080P3, R84DH1, R100DH1, R84RV1, R100RV1, R120RV1, R135RV1, R150RV1, R180RV1, R200RV1
Q: How do you decode model #'s?
Q: What are the benefits of using a Passive 3D Polarized Silver projection screen material? Do the Elite AirBright3D2 and Airbright5D projection screens fit this category?
Q: What do I need to have a complete passive 3D projection system professional grade in my home/office or classroom ?
For more information about Active 3D and Passive 3D, please check the comparison chart here.
Projector Placement Tip for Angular-Reflective Screens
Since angular reflective means that your projected image will reflect at the mirror-opposite angle, it is important to position the projector so that the viewer will benefit by getting the best possible image performance from the projection screen.
Step 1: Establish the general "eye level" of the viewers
"Desktop" or "Table-mounted", projects at an upward level
Ceiling mount, projects at a downward level
Step 3: Adjust your screen height level and projection angle
"After buying and using it with mad light I have come to realize that the other screens that compete with it or literally just 500% Markup....I've gotten samples of BD and Firehawk....this seems to combine side and top ambient light rejection. (Incase you don't know the BD handles above lighte while the Firehawk handles side light)
On a negative you will get a slight hot spot about 1 foot square- the same thing with any angular materials including the Black Diamond 1.4, the Firehawk G4 is 1.1 gain so it doesn't have a hot spot actually but it has a little speckles so pick your poison.
I think this screen is no better or worse than those two. All 3 amazing just priced differently..."
From an Amazon.com Customer Review ezFrame CineGrey 5D series
Model Number: R135DHD5
"Great Screen, Straight Forward Installation and Performed to Expectations" July 29, 2014- ezFrame CineGrey 5D Series
"After many reviews and hours of research I finally pulled the trigger on the Cinegrey 5D screen. I watched clips of other screens and am lucky enough to be close enough to Elite and the more expensive competitor, SI, to view this screen and the Black Diamond in person. There is clearly not $1700 dollars difference to justify the more expensive SI BD screen (IMO).
Installation: I was prepared for an exercise in futility after reading some of the other reviews here with regards to putting this together. I cleared an open space, laid down two bed sheets over the hardwood and followed the instructions to put it together. Bolting the frame together was a snap. The instructions were clear and being able to lay it all out made is a snap. The felt overlay has a few little shoddy spots (Black Sharpie fixed that) and doesn't perfectly align in one joint, but it's nothing anyone but me will notice. A cordless power drill had this thing together in about 10 minutes.
The screen, once laid out on the frame was fairly self explanatory. The nice little red arrows on the frame showing where the snaps lock in was a nice addition. The plastic tubes go in like a tent (Make sure to have the shorter ones on the horizontal and the two long ones on the vertical) and then I placed them in the grooved frame and went around the frame pulling it tight and pushing the screen into place and locking it in place with the snaps. I took my time here and stopped a for a beer, but in all it took no more than 15 minutes to get the screen in place. I was a little worried, because once I completed it there were some waves in the bottom of the screen. Not to fear, once the brace was locked into place it pulled everything very tight. I now had a perfectly smooth ready to hang screen. Piece of cake.
Viewing Experience: This section will have an update once my Benq W1070 arrives this week. I used my conference projector as an initial test case. It's an Epson. EX5220, super simple conference room projector and not intended for home theater. I fired it up with the HDMI output from my cable box with no lights and my initial impression was wow. I couldn't believe the picture from this no frills business projector. This thing usually looks washed out with no color pop at all. Then I turned all the lights on in the living room. There are no less than 6 LED lights on and the picture was unfazed. Once again, I was shocked at the picture. Little to no washout at all. Then came the next day. At 2 in the afternoon it's the brightest my living room gets. While there is no direct light, it's still full on daytime. The picture was once again fully watchable with very little washout at all. My wife couldn't tell the difference between the night with all the lights on and the day with the blinds open. I'll give a full review with video once the Benq is installed.
I would recommend this screen for anyone with ambient light issues. You're never going to get the same picture as a fully blacked out room, but IMO this is about as close as you are going to get with the lights on. Also, don't expect miracles if you have sunlight shining directly on your screen. Heck, even LCD and Plasmas have issues displaying properly with that problem. Get it, you won't be disappointed.”
From an Amazon.com Customer Review ezFrame CineGrey 5D series
Model Number: R100DHD5
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