Elite Screens Yard Master 2, 120-inch 16:9, 4K Ultra HD Ready Portable Foldaway Movie Theater Projector Screen, Front Projection - OMS120H2
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent Screen!! Lives up to it's name!
By Darlene L.
Bought this to go along with my Acer H5380D movie projector and it worked perfect!! It was actually easier to set up than I thought. I laid the screen out in the sun for a several minutes to get some of the creases out and help soften it up a bit so it would be easier to snap on the frame. I like that if you want to make it self standing, you can attach the legs but it you want to hang it, you don't have to add the legs. We used the legs to make it self standing as using it for an backyard movie theater! It was the perfect size! This is great for a medium sized back yard. The projector sits fairly close and works great sitting on an outdoor side table. We left the screen set up and placed it under the awning so we could easily use it the next evening. Taking it down was also super easy and fits right back in the bag as easily as it comes out. The price went up after I purchased it so timing is important if you are looking for a lower price! Keep watching.. I read several reviews on different screens and this one had one of the best and well made! You can use it indoors if you want to.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
You can't see it during the day but when the sun starts to go down around 630 or so it's perfect. At some point I probably will
By Geeked Out Reviews
I plan on doing a video review soon. I have a 3000 lumen projector and it works extremely well. You can't see it during the day but when the sun starts to go down around 630 or so it's perfect. At some point I probably will get a more powerful projector, but this thing is amazing. You can use a rear projection in more light than you can a front. This is insanely bright on the front of the screen. I don't understand why it looks so good but I'm impressed. It's bright and looks amazing. I was a little worried about how long it would take me to set it up but I've timed myself now and I set this thing up in about 11 minutes. Just by myself. I keep the stakes, rope, and eyes on and already tied up so all I have to do is screw on the eye and stake it which is quick. The hardest part is stretching the screen but if you do it the way the instructions state then you won't have a problem. Taking it down is even easier. 8 minutes really to take it down. Literally the best item I've purchased for my pool. You don't need a powerful projector either. I have a 200 lumen that works perfectly with it, it of course it needs to be probably 730 or so in order to see that one well. I really would recommend this. Especially over a front projection. I use this with my pool and this protects the projector and I don't have to worry about the screen. It's plastic and if it gets wet I just wipe it off later. I highly recommend this.
34 of 36 people found the following review helpful.
By Keith Courage in Amazon Zone
Specifications: The 100-inch Yard Master, when fully set up is 92" horizontal and 78" vertical. The screen portion begins 24" inches off the ground.
I bought this projector screen approximately 1.5-years after my first projector purchase (ViewSonic PJD5134 SVGA DLP Projector, 3000 Lumens, 3D Blu-Ray w/HDMI, 120Hz). Until then, I was perfectly content using my apartment's white-wall as the screen background. I credit the eventual buy to the nagging of spectators, who would come over to watch a movie or play games. I wasn't convinced initially, but overtime, they persuaded me.
Doing some research, I came to the conclusion that this Yard Master would be my best bet. The maximum screen size I could achieve at home was 85" diagonally, so I went ahead and purchased the 100" Elite Screens from Amazon.
When it arrived, I was impressed by the packaging. Elite Screens' company number was available on the box itself - regarding support and possible return. The projector screen was folded inside its own carrying bag, in an Elite Screens box, in another Elite Screens box, and finally the outer Amazon-shipping box. Also to note, it is deceptively heavy - despite it supposedly being around 25-lbs.
Setup was manageable, as the block of aluminum frames unfolded with relative ease - no tools were required for assembly. The screen material was stored in a separate bag, and it took me approximately 20-minutes to setup - from start to finish.
While I was overall very pleased with my purchase, I found that the screen had creases from where it was folded and stored. To compound my disappointment, it was visible during video playback - particularly if the scene playing was light in color or white.
I do plan to wait it out and see if these creases reduce over time - I don't expect them to completely disappear. My screen will pretty much stay assembled, so I'm hoping time will resolve all. I am content with my purchase, but the creases are a notable negative.
On a more positive note, the projector screen does provide improved visual details, when compared to my white wall - this clarity is particularly noticeable during darker scenes. My wife compliments the upgrade by saying: "It playbacks like a real TV now".
In conclusion, I cannot heartily recommend this projector screen if creases bother you in the least - it is noticeable. Otherwise, I do feel it is well-designed and very portable. Please purchase at your own discretion.
I rate this product with 3.5 stars - rounded to 4-stars. If the creases reduce over time to be barely noticeable, I will increase my score and update my review.
***Updated, January 10, 2015***
Wide/sporadic creases seemed to have stretched out and smoothed, leaving only the fine lines that are harder to discern from a distance.
I can honestly say my concern over the creases have mellowed, and my initial buyer's remorse have all but disappeared. It takes mental energy better used elsewhere, to concentrate on the creases instead of enjoying whatever is playing.
I conclude this review with a final grade of the Elite Screens Yard Master at 4-stars. The creases are its only outstanding flaw - but even that resides enough to be negligible over time.