Epson Duet Ultra Portable Tripod Projector Screen

Epson Duet Ultra Portable Tripod Projector Screen

Epson Duet Ultra Portable Tripod Projector Screen

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Product Highlights

  • Free Standing or Wall Mountable
  • Dual Format - Video and HDTV
  • 4:3 and 16:9 Aspect Ratios
  • Matte White Surface
  • Front Projection
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Epson Duet/ELPSC80 overview

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The Epson Duet Ultra Portable Projector Screen is the first portable projection screen to offer both video standard (4:3) and HDTV (16:9) formats.

This lightweight and completely portable screen offers a solution to the user that no other portable projection screen on the market can deliver. Imagine being able to "tweak" the aspect ratio of your presentation without wiring or additional fuss. Whether for business or personal use, this screen offers you the best of both projection worlds.

The screen comes with a floor stand and a bracket (with anchors) for wall projection. All that you need to do is pull the screen out to whichever dimension you require - 65" for video viewing or 80" for HDTV viewing. When your presentation is over, simply collapse the screen back to its storage position and you're ready to go.

With the innovative, patent-pending design, setup couldn't be easier. In no time at all, you'll be ready to sit back and enjoy brilliant images on a bright white screen.

Get brilliant images with bright white screen
Expand screen to the size that best meets your need - standard (4:3) or HDTV (16:9)
Use with any home theater or business projector
Enjoy fast, easy setup
Stores quickly and easily
Use for business presentations or home theater applications
Mount on the floor stand or wall bracket (both included)
When closed, Duet forms its own carrying case (just 43" long)
UPC: 010343862050
In the Box
Epson Duet Ultra Portable Tripod Projector Screen
  • Wall Bracket
  • Floor Stand
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Epson Duet/ELPSC80 specs

    Style Duet
    Front/Rear Projection Front
    Mount Floor standing or wall mountable
    Finish Matte White
    Tension Control Permanently tensioned
    Keystone Control None
    Overall Size
  • In video format: 42.5 x 61.75" (1 x 1.6m)
  • In HDTV format: 42.5 x 79.5" (1 x 2m)
  • Without the stand the height is 42.5" and with the stand it's 76.25"; When closed, the screen is 9" wide
  • Image Size
  • In video format: 42.5 x 61.75" (1 x 1.6m)
  • In HDTV format: 42.5 x 79.5" (1 x 2m)
  • Diagonal
  • Video format: 75" (1.9m)
  • HDTV format: 80" (2.0m) (Approx)
  • Format Video and HDTV
    Aspect Ratio 4:3 and 16:9
    Masking Options Not Applicable
    Voltage Not Applicable
    Integrated Control Not Applicable
    Control Options Not Applicable
    Color Black frame
    Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Length 43" (1.1m)
    Shipping Weight Net: 26.55 lb (12kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 27.095 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 15.0 x 15.0 x 14.0"

    Epson Duet/ELPSC80 reviews

    Duet Ultra Portable Tripod Projector Screen is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 116.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice screen I just got this for doing PPT presentations on the road. It was really easy to set up and break down. I too want a bag to put it in to protect the outer plastic case and to keep dust out (I do many presentations outside). I had a hard time finding an aftermarket case with the correct dimensions. Based on another reviewer's remark about using a light stand case, I found that the Hakuba PSTC 400 Pro Series Light Stand or Tripod Case has relatively close dimensions (46" long, 10" high and 8" wide) and is durable and padded.
    Date published: 2014-04-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy to use I have to be completely portable with my trainings, and this screen is a dream! It is so easy to fit in the car, through doors, and in small training areas because it is so compact. It is also extremely easy to set up and tear down without pinching fingers or fighting with a retracting screen. I love this. My only complaint is that I can't find a nylon bag to protect the integrated carrying case. It does scratch easily when set down on the floor, sliding it in/out of the car, etc., and I like all my equipment to look professional and well-cared-for.
    Date published: 2012-05-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Vertical Lines I recently purchased an Epson 5210 projector as well as the duet portable projector screen. They are both great products. However, the screen has 2 vertical lines in the center. The top rolls as well, but my main concern is with the 2 vertical lines in the center. can anyone tell me how to fix this?
    Date published: 2013-08-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better presentations As a frequent instructor I was pleasantly surprised that my students overwhelmingly enjoy the 16:9 aspect of my presentations. Of course I need to design my power point slides in the 16:9 aspect to avoid distortion, but if it makes them more enjoyable, that's OK with me. The unit is well designed. It's compact and sturdy; a bit heavier than I expected for a portable screen. The only drawback I have is that it cannot be raised up to let people in the back see it better, so it is not effective for large rooms. I would like to have a nice carrying case so that it will not get banged up as I haul it around.
    Date published: 2011-07-08
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from flimsy screen surface I purchased the screen for case presentation, except as I move in front of it,or even wave my arm, so do the screen and the image! Of course part of it is because I use an ultra short throw projector that projects from the bottom up. This way slightest screen movement causes the image to dance. The screen material is extremely, extremely thin and impervious to air. It is not tensioned when open. Slightest air current in front of it and the screen moves in reaction to it. The box it came in is very nice and sturdy. I am disappointed at Epson to put their name on this flimsy unusable for short throw screen.
    Date published: 2016-01-10
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good screen--would be better if it could go higher This is a real handy screen. I put on photography workshops and the screen fits perfectly in one of my light stand bags for airline travel. Screen sets up and tears down quickly and easily. The only problem I have with it is that it doesn't go very high. You are really limited as to how high you can put it. I have had people standing in the back because it was too low for them to see. They should make an extension pole that you could place on top of the stand to connect to the screen. SHould be easy to do.
    Date published: 2012-08-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bottom Line Pros: The fact that it folds up so well is great compared to its impressive 80 unfolded screen size. The tripod fitting into the screen case is a plus for car storage. This screen is great for business meetings or something you need to set up for a demo where you aren't worried about great picture quality. It's great when you just need to get something up on the screen. Cons: This is not a good screen to watch movies or play games on. The problem with the screen is that it isn't engineered well when it comes to picture quality. All of the screens get two lines down the middle that runs the whole verticle length of the screen where the rollers sit when it's in storage. You DO see them (without trying to look for them as other reviewers have stated). They are visible any time the picture you're projecting is white or near white. They aren't visible in dark scenes. If this is going to bother you, don't bother ordering it... you aren't going to get one without the lines. It's a design flaw present in every single one they sell. The other issue, as mentioned by countless others, is the curling at the top and bottom of the screen. When it's fully extended in 16x9 mode, you get screen curling at the top and at the bottom. If someone here tries to tell you that you don't notice it, that's not the case, you will notice it. It's most noticiable when you use a PC with your projector. When you watch a movie, any time there is a scene with straight objects near the edge of the picture, you will notice it. If picture distortion at the edges of what you're watching bothers you, don't order this, it will drive you crazy. It's too bad they they didn'g just engineer it a tiny bit more to take up the slack on those two issue. I don't see how hard it would have been to add some type of support at the two places it curls. There is literally nothing behind the curl spots and the roller springs aren't strong enough to keep it tight. What a shame. It's a good product that could have been great if they would have put a little bit more thought into it.
    Date published: 2012-08-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent value! I use this as a portable home theater screen for deployments, back yard BBQ's and other events that require mobility, and it works great! I was very impressed by the sturdy construction of a small relatively light weight projector screen. Set up is a snap and takes about 30seconds. If I had to list one negative thing, it would be that the top edge of the screen curls over just a hair. If you use this a computer screen you can notice that the words along the top in the toolbars are a bit elongated, but for movie and game usage it is not noticeable. I'd definitely recommend this to a friend.
    Date published: 2010-04-15
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