GrandView Reference Series Edge 55 x 98" Fixed Frame Projection Screen

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GrandView Reference Series Edge 55 x 98" Fixed Frame Projection Screen
Key Features
  • 112" Diagonal / 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • UHD130 Screen Surface
  • 1.3 Gain / 160° Viewing Angle
  • Ultra Thin-Bezel Frame for LED TV Feel
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The Reference Series Edge 55 x 98" Fixed Frame Projection Screen from GrandView features an ultra-thin bezel to give your home theater or office the presence of a large LED TV. It features a velvet lined frame that holds the screen taught to provide an optimal projection surface for even the latest 4K / UHD projectors.
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GrandView Edge Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2UHD130 Screen Surface
  • 3Reference Series (RSS) Screen
  • 4Ultra-Narrow Frame
  • 5Low-Profile Wall Mounting
  • 6Velvet Trim
  • 7Reinforced Frame
  • 8Fabric Tension System
  • 9Convenient Installation

The Reference Series Edge 55 x 98" Fixed Frame Projection Screen from GrandView features an ultra-thin bezel to give your home theater or office the presence of a large LED TV. It features a velvet lined frame that holds the screen taught to provide an optimal projection surface for even the latest 4K / UHD projectors.

UHD130 Screen Surface

The UHD screen surface a "textureless" surface optimized for the latest 4K (UHD) projectors. Because the pixels are so small in a 4K projection system, even the smallest "texture" in the screen surface has the potential to cause a blurring effect, reducing the effective resolution of the image

Reference Series (RSS) Screen

As part of GrandView's Reference Series, this screen features an ISF (International Science Foundation) certification. This certification means the screen meets minimum standards for color accuracy and black reproduction. In addition, the screen carries a 5-year limited warranty along with Immediate Advanced Replacement if damaged in transit

Ultra-Narrow Frame

The Edge Series has a frame just 1.1" wide, helping make the screen look like a giant LED TV

Low-Profile Wall Mounting

The distance between screen and wall is just 0.3", almost as if it were attached to the wall

Velvet Trim

The surface frame is made of aluminum wrapped with velvet

Reinforced Frame

With the enhanced 1.7 x 1.1" aluminum frame structure, the frame remains stable in sizes up to 120" (16:9)

Fabric Tension System

Taking advantage of the mature fabric tension system from Prestige series, the screen is held taught once installed

Convenient Installation

With the range belt mounted on the installation bracket, you don't need to measure the distance, just fix the bracket to the wall according to the range belt, hang the screen, and turn the circular lock - it can be installed by one person
UPC: 857123006453

GrandView Edge Specs

Type
Front/Rear ProjectionFront
Aspect Ratio16:9
StyleWall
Dimensions
Viewing Area55.0 x 98.0" / 139.7 x 248.9 cm
Diagonal112.0" / 284.5 cm
Surface
Gain1.3
Viewing Angle160 degrees
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Which input types does it support?
Asked by: AY Z.
The Reference 'Edge' screen with our Imaging Science Foundation certified screen surface is able to handle any projector with a perfect reproduction of the picture (as provided by the projector). The format of this screen is 16:9, so it is made for native 16:9 projectors. If you have a different format such as, WXGA or other formats, you may still use this screen, however you may have an 'extra' border if the projector is not 16:9 format.This will not stop you from being able to use the screen, it only will matter in the 'presentation'...Formats are true for all projection screens, so you must match the projector you own's own format to have the perfect picture.Some non - 16:9 (aka HDTV FORMAT) projectors allow you to manipulate the lens and make the non 16:9 projector look very nice on a 16:9 format screen.The only way to avoid this, is to buy a dual format screen. These are much more expensive than a normal screen, and most people won't find the investment worth it (unless)...you have a perfectly tuned system and an expensive, multi-format projector and the media you provide it.I hope this helps.
Answered by: Robert G. GrandView Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26
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