EluneVision Elara Fixed-Frame - projection screen - 128 in (325 cm)

Mfg. Part: EV-F-128-1.1 | CDW Part: 3790824 | UNSPSC: 45111603
  • Projection screen
  • wall mountable
  • 128 in (325 cm)
  • 16:9
  • Cinema Gray
  • ultra black
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This item was discontinued on July 24, 2017

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Main Features
  • Projection screen
  • wall mountable
  • 128 in (325 cm)
  • 16:9
  • Cinema Gray
  • ultra black
Rich and elegant velvet covered aluminum frames means that any overscan from your projector is perfectly absorbed and not reflected. The screens create a surrounding black frame that gives more punch to the projected image. Tight manufacturing tolerances also mean that the screen corners join together perfectly without seams. The Elara series frames have the blackest and finest velvet finish that adds a feeling elegance and luxury to any home theater or commercial setup. The velvet however is not just for looks. It serves a crucial function called screen blanking. Screen blanking is the removal and elimination of light which bleeds onto the border of the screen frame, thus creating a perfect image. Despite the best efforts by professional installers or DIYers, it is virtually impossible to make the projected image fit perfectly. A projected image will always stray toward the screen edge. What is required is a screen edge that can absorb this light and make it invisible.

Unlike other manufacturers, who break up their frames into two or more pieces per side for easy shipping, EluneVision has one aluminum frame per side, never two. This avoids sagging and deformation of the frame. EluneVision's Elara series screens use only the best solid aircraft grade aluminum frames that will not deform under any conditions. The frames are cast as a single piece and therefore do not have any weak points where it might break or deform under strain. The 45 degree edges of the frames are cut using an industrial high precision CNC laser cutter, ensuring only the highest precision cuts. This means that the corners line up perfectly, creating a seamless frame with no visible joins at the corners.