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Elite Screens VMAX120UWH2-A1080P3 VMax 2 HDTV Format Motorized Projection Screen (58.9 x 104.6", Acoustic Pro 1080P3)

Elite Screens VMAX120UWH2-A1080P3 VMax 2 HDTV Format Motorized Projection Screen (58.9 x 104.6", Acoustic Pro 1080P3)

Elite Screens VMAX120UWH2-A1080P3 VMax 2 HDTV Format Motorized Projection Screen (58.9 x 104.6", Acoustic Pro 1080P3)

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Elite Screens VMAX120UWH2-A1080P3 VMax 2 HDTV Format Motorized Projection Screen (58.9 x 104.6", Acoustic Pro 1080P3)

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  • Wall or Ceiling Mountable
  • Non-tensioned
  • 120" Diagonal
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Built-in Low Voltage Controller
  • AcousticPro1080P3 Finish
  • Front Projection
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This Non-tensioned VMax 2 HDTV Format Motorized Projection Screen from Elite Screens has a 58.9 x 104.6" viewing area with an AcousticPro 1080P3 finish, 1.1 Gain rating and wide 160° viewing angle.

The synchronous motor allows silent operation with extended operational longevity and low power consumption. Low-voltage internal IR/RF receivers, IR and RF remote controls, and built-in 5-12 volt trigger input enable drop/rise operation that synchronize with the projector's power cycle. There's also a CAT5 cable with RJ-45 connector for  extension of the 5-12 volt trigger and IR eye receiver. The IR eye receiver extends downward to enable the infrared remote to function when the screen is ceiling mounted and the sensor hidden.

The motor also has pre-set limits for vertical adjustments. This prevents drift and ensures that the screen stops at the desired projection height. The plug-and-play VMax 2 ships fully assembled with a 3-prong power cord suitable for North American outlets. The all-steel construction unit also includes a 3-way wall switch.

AcousticPro1080P3 is an acoustically transparent screen material representing an enhancement over the previous P2 version. It is still designed for 1080P (1920x1080) projector resolutions but has a thinner angular weave with smaller perforations to allow the sound to penetrate from rear mounted speakers. The material is also designed to eliminate the moiré effect-a watery appearance where parallel lines are off center. Image color is neutral with uniform diffusion. As previously mentioned, its black backing material eliminates any bleed-through.

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Elite Screens VMAX120UWH2-A1080P3 VMax 2 HDTV Format Motorized Projection Screen (58.9 x 104.6", Acoustic Pro 1080P3)
  • RF Remote Control
  • Infrared Remote Control
  • Infrared Eye Extender
  • Three-way Wall Switch
  • 12V Trigger
  • Bubble Leveler
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects for Government, Education, Military and Religious Institutions
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    Specifications
    Style VMax2
    Front/Rear Projection Front / Motorized
    Mount Wall or ceiling
    Finish AcousticPro 1080P3; mildew-resistant, flame-retardant
    Tension Control Non-tensioned
    Keystone Control Not Applicable
    Dimensions
    Overall Size 71.7 x 117.8 x 3.1" (182.1 x 299.2 x 7.9 cm)
    Image Size 58.9 x 104.6" (149.6 x 265.7 cm)
    Diagonal 120" (3.0 m)
    Format / Aspect Ratio HDTV / 16:9
    Gain / Viewing Angle 1.1 / 160°
    Masking Options Standard black masking borders
    Controls
    Voltage 120VAC / 60 Hz
    Integrated Control IR remote
    Detachable 3-way wall switch, RF remote
    Built-in 5-12 volt trigger input enables Drop/Rise operation to synchronize with the projector's power cycle
    Control Options Wireless 5-12 volt trigger available
    In-wall up/down switch
    Casing
    Color Black
    Material Steel
    Length 3.7 x 117.8 x 3.1" (9.4 x 299.2 x 7.9 cm)
    Weight 26.5 lb (12.0 kg)
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