When I initially got into front projection, my first screen was from a little-known company called Elite
. Why did I choose to buy Elite
way back in the day, fresh out of college? Simply put, it was cost. After weeks of research, prior to buying my meager entry-level Epson projector
was the only company that made a 120-inch electric screen for under $500, which, when you think about it, is somewhat astonishing. The truth is, everything Elite makes is super-affordable and geared towards the newly-initiated, though they offer many products now aimed at higher-end customers. The ezFrame screen reviewed here can go both ways. Additional Resources
• Read the Elite Screens Osprey Dual 16x9 and 2.35:1 rolldown screen review
• Learn more about video screens from the likes of Stewart Filmscreen, dnp, SI Screens and others.
• Read dozens of front projector reviews from the likes of Mitsubishi, Sony, Digital Projection, SIM2, Runco, Panasonic, Epson and more.
The ezFrame fixed screen is a fully tensioned, non-motorized screen that hangs on your wall much in the same way a large picture or mirror would. It features a velvet aluminum frame that keeps the screen surface permanently tensioned for a wrinkle-free picture. The screen is available in both 4:3 and 16:9 configurations and can be ordered in a variety of materials, including a perforated acoustic finish that will allow you to place your speakers behind the screen itself for a stealth installation. Best of all, it is truly affordable in ways other manufacturers can only dream of making their products. Read Page 2 for The High Points, Low Points and Conclusion