Projector Screen Reviews (31 Reviews)


Projector Screen Reviews Archives

Dec 30, 2008

Stewart Filmscreen's Cine-W Projection Screen Reviewed

To truly experience native 2:35:1 material the same way you would at your local Cineplex you need a curved screen. The Cine-W is such a screen from Stewart Filmscreen and it has all of the features you'd need for today's top video projectors to look their best. Continue Reading
Stewart Filmscreen's Cine-W Projection Screen Reviewed

Dec 30, 2008

Stewart Filmscreens Luxus Deluxe Screenwall Reviewed

If you've had your heart set on getting a Stewart Filmscreen but can't quite afford their higher end products set your sights on their Luxus Delux Screen Wall for it's the perfect blend of performance and affordability. Read the HomeTheaterReview.com review here. Continue Reading
Stewart Filmscreens Luxus Deluxe Screenwall Reviewed

Nov 09, 2008

SMX Proline Screen with CineWeaveHD Material Reviewed

Professional theaters mount the front speakers behind the screen and now so can you thanks to SMX's CineWeave HD material that will hide your speaker from view without muffling the sound. Read this acoustically transparent screen review here. Continue Reading
SMX Proline Screen with CineWeaveHD Material Reviewed

Oct 27, 2008

Elite Screens ezFrame Fixed Frame Projection Screen Reviewed

When it comes to affordable projection screens no one does it better than Elite Screens and their ezFrame series is their least expensive product offering yet. Thankfully, this screen is sold direct and can accommodate entry level projectors to higher end models. Continue Reading
Elite Screens ezFrame Fixed Frame Projection Screen Reviewed

Oct 27, 2008

Goo Systems "Screen Goo" Paint-on Screen Reviewed

For years if you had a blank white wall then that meant you had a screen. Why not turn your white walls into a real projection screen with "Screen Goo" a paint-like system that ensures you get all the performance of a dedicated screen without the costs. Continue Reading
Goo Systems

Oct 27, 2008

Da-Lite Cinema Contour Front Projection Screen Reviewed

Da-Lite makes a variety of projection screens and screen materials and thanks to the release of their Cinema Contour screen you can effectively mix and match any of their finishes and materials to create a screen perfect for you and your budget. Continue Reading
Da-Lite Cinema Contour Front Projection Screen Reviewed

Oct 27, 2008

Da-Lite Tensioned Dual Masking Electrol Screen Reviewed

If there was a Swiss Army Knife of projection screens D-Lite's Tensioned Dual Masking Electrol screen would be it for it combines the convenience of a tensioned motorized screen with that of an auto-masking screen in one, easy to use package. Continue Reading
Da-Lite Tensioned Dual Masking Electrol Screen Reviewed

Oct 27, 2008

Elite Screens Cinetension 2 Electric Projection Screen Reviewed

The problem with traditional motorized screens is that over time they can wrinkle but the Cinetension 2 from Elite doesn't thanks to its ingenious tension design that is not only useful but also affordable. Read the full Andrew Robinson review here. Continue Reading
Elite Screens Cinetension 2 Electric Projection Screen Reviewed

Aug 19, 2008

Elite Screens Kestrel Series Projector Screen Reviewed

While most screens are content with being mounted on a wall or dropping down from your ceiling the Kestrel from Elite Screens is different-it rises up from your floor making it easier to conceal and install. Read more about how a roll-up screen might fit into your home theater. Continue Reading
Elite Screens Kestrel Series Projector Screen Reviewed

Aug 19, 2008

Stewart Filmscreen ElectriScope Video Projection Screen Reviewed

Three screens in one is the best way to describe Stewart Filmscreen's ElectriScope thanks to its auto masking system that converts it from a 4:3 to a 16:9 and even a 2:35:1 screen at the touch of a button. Nothing says WOW more than an automasking screen in a bad-ass home theater. Continue Reading
Stewart Filmscreen ElectriScope Video Projection Screen Reviewed

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