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The build quality of the frame is very good. The corners are reinforced with corner brackets that prevent swaying. The top and bottom bars are reinforced with slide rods that ensure they don't break in the middle. And the vinyl screen stretched across the frame helps pull the components together. See More
This screen was originally introduced in 2014, yet it remains one of the best deals in terms of image quality (good light reflection, lack of creases and waves on the fabric, wide viewing angle) and reliability (it's sturdy, as well as water, flame, and mildew-resistant). If the Silver Ticket doesn't meet your needs, you have to be ready to pay over $500 at the least for a real upgrade. See More
It's a fixed-frame screen, which means there is no motor or retraction mechanism that could break. Although this type of screen may be inconvenient for some, it does save the time and money that you would likely have to spend at some point to fix a retractable model. See More
To ensure that the screen is perfectly smooth, the frame was designed to be larger than the screen material. As a result, it can be a challenge to stretch the screen and snap the buttons to the frame. Sometimes the corner buttons may even pop off. See More
The diagonal size measures 119", but it's taken at an aspect ratio of 1:1 (square; 84" horizontal length). If you retract the screen to fit a 16:9 aspect ratio for example, you will notice that it is much smaller, equivalent to a 96" screen. See More