We absolutely LOVE this screen. The picture quality is excellent and the set up is easy. I do recommend set up and take down as a two person team but otherwise it stores easily.
Start a new tradition that will get everyone excited for summertime. The Outdoor Big Screen is the ultimate in portable screens offering 132 inches of viewing pleasure. And don’t worry about sacrificing the high definition, this screen is made of an oxford nylon reflective material for high-resolution imagery and enriched colors. Set up and take down is simple and easy, taking only a few minutes. The durable frame is freestanding and stable in a light summer breeze but four tie-down guy lines are included if extra stability is needed. A back cover blocks ambient light and folds down when rear projection is desired. Next time you're looking for something to fun do, try dinner and a movie in your own backyard. This screen is also great for business seminars, sporting events, weddings and much more.
- 132" (11 ft) diagonal screen
- Screen Viewing Dimensions: 115" W x 65" H
- 600D x 600D
- Wide screen 16:9 aspect ratio
- Screen carry bag included
- 1" diameter, 18 gauge powder coated, steel tubing
- 4 frame stakes included
- 4 guy lines and stakes included
- Frame carry bag included
- Overall Dimensions: 129" (10' 9") W x 105" (8'9") H
- Frame Bottom to Floor : 23"
- Weight: 34 lb.
DownloadsOS132 Instruction Manual
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