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Grandview PE-L100DY5 Dynamique UST Ambient Light Rejecting Screen-120"(58.8x104.6)-16:9-0.6 Gain

Grandview PE-L120DY5 Dynamique UST Ambient Light Rejecting Screen-120"(58.8x104.6)-16:9-0.6 Gain (GV-PE-L120DY5)

4.38 stars, based on 16 reviews
Dynamique DY5 Series ALR Fixed Frame Screen For UST Grandvew's Dynamique DY5 Series Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) screen features deep black levels, high contrast, excellent color saturation, and wide viewing angle. The Dynamique DY5 Series is a...
Gainesville FL

Amazing UST ALR screen, on par with higher end models for half the price

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I was blown away at well this works with lots of ambient light. My home theater room is the worst in regards to ambient light bouncing around. I have tan walls, whitish tile floor. I had been living with my Epson with a Stewart Firehawk screen that was roughly eleven years old. I never had a need to replace it. This is paired with the Optoma P1.



Even in ideal conditions (bat cave), the image still looks much better on this screen due to the way it reflects light. My main reason for picking Grandview over some of the lower priced models like the Elite Aeon CLR, xyscreens, vividstorm and other screen manufacturers is due to this screen being able to resolve pixels at 4k. The lower end models can't do this and advertise as "4K-Ready". This means nothing, just like companies selling HDMI 2.1 "ready" cables when the specs aren't final. Attached are some images and videos of during the day with all lights on and one with all lights off. This was shot during the middle of the day so there is light coming through the bay windows. SI and Da-lite were out of my price range.



I can't speak enough about the customer server from projectorscreen. It's a much different experience then dealing with bigger name retailers. I highly recommend calling/emailing them if you have any questions. I ended up talking to there main PJ guy for around 45 minutes, I initially had two questions but he went into great detail on the differences in brands/prices, ect.. Extremely honest and didn't try to push me towards the SI or Da-lite like most retailers would.



I had a minor imperfection in the individual screen material. The new material arrived in less than a week after contacting projectorscreen. Please note that the picture and videos attached are BEFORE the screen material was replaced. Any imperfections where fixed with the replacement.



I don't buy expensive audio/video equipment often but my next purchase will be from here. I had never heard of Grandview and I feel like part of the price difference is due to lack of marketing which reduces costs to the user. Get a sample, compare it to others and make up your own mind. You won't be disappointed with this screen though, that I can guarantee.



Middle of the Day All Light On



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Middle of Day ALl Lights Off



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Awesome screen for my UST

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While the screen did take a little longer to assemble than the salesperson told me it would, the final product came out awesome. I've tried it with both my older P2 and my new LSP9T and both projectors look outright amazing; much better than with my older plain white screen.

Awesome screen for my UST

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While the screen did take a little longer to assemble than the salesperson told me it would, the final product came out awesome. I've tried it with both my older P2 and my new LSP9T and both projectors look outright amazing; much better than with my older plain white screen.

Beautiful and functional screen, a b**** to assemble

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Other reviewers weren't kidding in their description of what a challenge this is to assemble. And yes, I did download the really detailed step by step directions, which were extremely helpful. I would have been lost without them, and had them up on my iPad during the assembly process. I'm not sure what genius level the folks who described it as being a one hour job are at, but I'm a tech guy and also handy around the house, and it took me easily 3 hours even with the help of my wife. If I'd had somebody stronger and and more handy it probably would have gone more quickly, but there are some steps (stretching the fabric on the frame) where they are quite specific that you need to have two people working in tandem. I will say that the final result was perfect, no ripples or misfitted frame pieces. I would also say that the manufacturer does a nice job of providing bonus extra hardware in case of missing pieces, which in my case there were.



I also second those who have commented that you should do the hanging of the screen and the final positioning of the UST projector at the same time, since any minor change with one affects the optimal positioning of the other. And the mounting is for sure a two person job -- my wife wasn't physically up to it, so I hired a strong guy to help. Mounting and fine tuning the positioning took about an hour.



For the chemically sensitive: the screen fabric outgassed in a fairly noxious way the first 24 hours, but that cleared up quickly.



The final result is quite lovely -- the fabric has a subtle pearlescent sheen that changes depending on your angle of view, and it looks so much better on my wall than the Day-Lite pull down screen that I previously had there. And it retains much more brightness than my previous screen and projector combo when there is ambient light, though I wouldn't go so far as to say that it's equal to a regular backlit TV screen in that setting. But in a fully darkened room it's perfect.



Overall I'm quite happy with the purchase. I'm docking one star just for the aggravation factor of the assembly, though I also get that there's no economical way that it could be shipped fully assembled.

Beautiful and functional screen, a b**** to assemble

Rating:
review-star review-star review-star review-star review-star
Pros:
Cons:
Other reviewers weren't kidding in their description of what a challenge this is to assemble. And yes, I did download the really detailed step by step directions, which were extremely helpful. I would have been lost without them, and had them up on my iPad during the assembly process. I'm not sure what genius level the folks who described it as being a one hour job are at, but I'm a tech guy and also handy around the house, and it took me easily 3 hours even with the help of my wife. If I'd had somebody stronger and and more handy it probably would have gone more quickly, but there are some steps (stretching the fabric on the frame) where they are quite specific that you need to have two people working in tandem. I will say that the final result was perfect, no ripples or misfitted frame pieces. I would also say that the manufacturer does a nice job of providing bonus extra hardware in case of missing pieces, which in my case there were.



I also second those who have commented that you should do the hanging of the screen and the final positioning of the UST projector at the same time, since any minor change with one affects the optimal positioning of the other. And the mounting is for sure a two person job -- my wife wasn't physically up to it, so I hired a strong guy to help. Mounting and fine tuning the positioning took about an hour.



For the chemically sensitive: the screen fabric outgassed in a fairly noxious way the first 24 hours, but that cleared up quickly.



The final result is quite lovely -- the fabric has a subtle pearlescent sheen that changes depending on your angle of view, and it looks so much better on my wall than the Day-Lite pull down screen that I previously had there. And it retains much more brightness than my previous screen and projector combo when there is ambient light, though I wouldn't go so far as to say that it's equal to a regular backlit TV screen in that setting. But in a fully darkened room it's perfect.



Overall I'm quite happy with the purchase. I'm docking one star just for the aggravation factor of the assembly, though I also get that there's no economical way that it could be shipped fully assembled.

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