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Elite Screens T71NWS1-blanc

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Taille de l'écran71 pouces
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)6,9 x 147,3 x 192,5 cm
Numéro du modèle de l'articleT71NWS1
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr19 mars 2011
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50 internautes sur 50 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Everything I wanted and more. 26 février 2008
Par C. Malik - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this screen to do presentations and I am very pleased with it. I am a petite woman and this has been easy for me to handle and set up. I like the black border on the sides and the way the legs are designed. Space is not wasted between the wall and the screen. Happy customer
26 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great TRIPOD 9 juillet 2007
Par Tina - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Works great for slide shows. We set up the screen outside and put on a DVD with the projector and the kids thought it was great to have a movie outside ;o)
30 internautes sur 32 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Tripod Screen 11 janvier 2007
Par Faye Story - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What a great product and the price made it seem like a gift or the greatest bargain ever. I have been recommending this screen to my fellow business owners, Yes it is large, but that's okay. Quality more than makes up for this and it stores nicely.
24 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Lines on screen, flimsy lock mechanism, poor quality 11 janvier 2012
Par M. Erb - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been looking for a decent quality projection screen to use with my newly purchased LCD projector. Unfortunately, this is not a quality projection screen, It is a flimsy, made in China screen. It's cheap and if you require a screen for infrequent use, then this may do the trick for you. I've actually returned mine due to many issues that I discuss in my review.

If you're not familiar with all the different sized screens out there you might be a little confused by what size screen to get. It's not that difficult to sort out but you need to consider a few factors before you can choose the most appropriate screen. First you must consider how far away you're going to have your LCD projector from the screen. The further away the projector is, the larger your screen will need to be. My projector is best when it's about 6-8 feet from the screen.

Next you must get a screen that is of a similar aspect ratio of your projector. In my case, I have a projector that has a resolution equal to a 4:3 aspect ratio. This is not HD resolution. If you have a HD resolution projector, you'll optimally want a projector that is wider than the height of the screen which can be either 16:9 or 16:10. There are also screens that are 1:1 aspect ratio (height and width are the same). Of course you can use any screen size for any projector, but you'll have un-used screen areas with a mis-matched screen and you won't be able to achieve the largest image on the screen if you don't have the right aspect ratio.

The 84" screen is perfect match for my projector. The screen has good reflectivity and is washable.

The tripod legs are a quite a bit wobbly when setting up the screen and they do not have a locking feature at all. There are two adjustments possible on the screen itself as you're setting it up: the top height of the screen, which is adjusted by loosening/tightening a cylindrical plastic adjuster on the vertical tubing. And the bottom height of the screen which is achieved by unlatching a relatively flimsy looking lever right above the handle. Once you set the height of the top, you then adjust the height of the bottom of the screen.

One feature I appreciate about the screen is that you can snug the screen right up close to a wall if you wish by rotating the screen/handle once it's been opened. That enables you to either have the screen almost flush against a wall or have the rear leg pointing straight behind the screen and having minimal leg in front of the screen to make it less likely someone will trip on the extended legs. The stand also has a keystone adjustment which could be useful if your projector is unable to adequately correct for that.

Realistically I think this screen is about as good as it could be for the price, which is to say, not that good at all. If you're looking for a more robust, better made screen you'll end up spending quite a bit more. In my case, I paid about 70 bucks more for a Da-Lite screen which is made in the USA in Indiana. For frequent use, that extra money may be well spent.

A serious issue I have with the screen other than the flimsy lever is the fact that my screen had an appreciable series of horizontal, full-width ridges caused by the wrapping of the screen around the case cylinder. You can imagine that as the first edge of the screen is inserted into the cylinder that each subsequent wrap of the screen around the cylinder will have a slight bump as it goes over that insertion point. This is causing increasingly wider lines from bottom to the top of the screen as can be seen in the photo I uplodad in the user photos area.

I've called Elite Screens about this and they claim those lines will go away after the screen has been left open for several days. That has not been my experience however. My screen has been open for over a week now and the lines have not diminished at all. And the 2-year warranty that sounds good on paper is not all that great when you take into consideration that the customer must bear the brunt of paying return shipping to Elite Screens. That is not acceptable. Why should the customer have to pay to return something that is defective? In fact, I've returned the screen to Amazon and Amazon has provided a UPS shipping label at no cost, something that would not have happened with Elite Screens directly.

Once again, Amazon has pulled through, even better than the actual company that manufactures the screen!

The screen seems a great value but the flimsy construction and poor return policy make it not nearly as good a deal as you think. The screen is made in China and is cheap and flimsy. A much better alternative, and what I've just received to replace the Elite Screen I'm returning is the Da-Lite 84IN Picture King 50X67 Matte Wht 4:3 Video Tripod Screen. It is USA made and is much heavier duty, locking tripod legs that can be operated with your foot, and a much more substantial screen locking mechanism. You get what you pay for.
15 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Impressive 9 mars 2014
Par Jon2e - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent choice for its price point. Looks and feels sturdy but in my opinion needs a bit of TLC when handling especially if used multiple times by multiple handlers. It was packaged quite securely and comes very handy when bringing around. You have to have either an SUV or a van to lug it around, although a car with its second row taken down will do the trick. Setup operation is quick, smooth and easy and I like the fact that the base can be rotated according to space restrictions. I commend the bright whiteness of the screen and its impressive viewing angle. I use this occasionally during presentations and at home when viewing off of my MacBook Pro.
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