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Available in the following front projection materials

Material Name Gain Viewing Angle Description
CineWhite®  1.1 180° 

CineWhite® has broad light dispersion through diffusion uniformity, black  & white contrast and true color rendition. Recommended for rooms with controlled lighting. Works with Standard, Ultra/Short-throw 1080P/4K projectors.

CineGrey 3D®  1.2  90° CineGrey 3D® is a reference quality material formulated for environments with minimal control over room lighting. ISF Certified for color accuracy. Angular reflective with Ambient light rejecting technology.
CineGrey 1.0 160°

CineGrey is designed for low contrast Home Cinema projectors. It enhances black levels and color contrast while maintaining a neutral color temperature. Recommended for rooms with controlled lighting. Works with Standard, Ultra/Short-throw 1080P/4K projectors.

PowerGain 1.8 120º PowerGain is perfect for environments where total ambient light control cannot be attained.  This is an angular reflective material that provides crisp color reproduction, black & white contrast and resists hot spotting in the presence of ambient light.
AcousticPro 1080P3 1.0 180°

AcousticPro1080P3 is an acoustically transparent front projection material. The perforated weave eliminates the moire effect while presenting warm neutral colors for today's HD 1080P (1920x1080) and 4K UHD projectors. This material allows speaker placement behind while allowing an exceptional acoustically transparent performance.


Screen Material

  • Flat tensioned screen material 
  • Active 3D, 4K Ultra HD, and HDR Ready
  • Standard black backed screen material eliminates light penetration
  • Available in the following diagonal sizes:
    • 100" - 200" in 16:9 format
    • 114" in 16:10 format
    • 85" - 176" in 2.35:1 format


Design and Installation

  • Home Theater fixed frame screen is designed for today's 720P, 1080P and 4K Home Cinema projectors
  • Black velvet surfaced covered 2.36" aluminum frame enhances overall appearance and absorbs projector light overshoot
  • Easy to assemble and install in minutes
  • Adjustable fix plates provide equal tension over the entire projection surface
  • Sliding wall brackets allow screen to slide horizontally for properly centered installation.
  • Installation kit includes: sliding wall brackets, drywall anchors, and screws.


Quality and Reliability

  • 2-Year / 3-Year ENR-G Manufacturer's Warranty by Elite Screens, an  ISO9001 manufacturer since 2004
  • Lifetime Tech Support by Elite Screens Professional Service Team through Email or Web Chat.
  • Sable Frame AcousticPro 1080P3 - Acoustic Transparent Fixed Projector Screen

  • Ultra Short-Throw Projector Compatibility

  • Sable Frame Series CineGrey 3D® Comparison

  • Sable Frame CineGrey 3D® Testimonial

  • Sable Frame Series Video

  • Sable Frame CineGrey 3D® at Whiskey Grade

  • Sable Frame/ezFrame Assembly Video

  • How to Properly Mount a Projection Screen

  • Selecting a Screen Size Educational Video

  • ANSI Lumens and Screen Gain Educational Video


Dimensions Table

The listed measurements are for general reference only.  Please contact Elite Screens to verify product design and dimensions before attempting to integrate its products with any structural or furniture modification.  Although a manufacturer may offer product advice, it may be taken or disregarded at the integrator’s discretion. Elite Screens will not be held responsible or be otherwise liable for faulty installations.

Decoding the Model Number
Model Number = ER96WH1W-A1080P3
ER = Sable Frame Series
96 = Nominal Diagonal Size
WH = Matte White screen material
(D = Angular-Reflective material / G = PowerGain)
(S = Standard 1:1 / V = 4:3 / X = 16:10 / C = 2.35:1)
1 = Version 1
W = Widescreen 2.35:1 aspect ratio
A1080P3 = Acoustically Transparent 1080P material
(D3 = CineGrey 3D® screen material / WIDE = 2.35:1 aspect ratio)

Sable Frame Series Dimensions Table
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioView Area (HxW)Screen Material Case ColorGainOverall Width (A1)Viewing Width (A)Overall Height (B1)Viewing Height (B)Frame Width (C)Frame Depth (D)Distance Between Top And Bottom Brackets (D1)
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioView Area (HxW)Screen Material Case ColorGainOverall Width (A1)Viewing Width (A)Overall Height (B1)Viewing Height (B)Frame Width (C)Frame Depth (D)Distance Between Top And Bottom Brackets (D1)
ER85WH1W-A1080P285"2.35:133.3"x78.2"AcousticPro1080P2BlackGain 1.082.978.
ER103WH1W-A1080P2103"2.35:140.3"x94.8"AcousticPro1080P2BlackGain 1.099.594.845.
ER115WH1W-A1080P2115"2.35:145.0"x105.8"AcousticPro1080P2BlackGain 1.0110.6105.849.845.02.41.647.6
ER85WH1W-A1080P385"2.35:133.3"x78.2"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.082.978.
ER103WH1W-A1080P3103" 2.35:140.3"x94.8"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.099.594.845.
ER100WH1-A1080P3100"16:949.0"x87.2"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.091.987.253.749.02.41.651.6
ER110WH1-A1080P3110"16:953.9"x95.9"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.0100.695.958.753.92.41.656.5
ER120WH1-A1080P3120" 16:958.8"x104.6"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.0109.3104.663.558.82.41.661.4
ER135WH1-A1080P3135"16:966.2"x117.7"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.0122.4117.770.966.22.41.668.7
ER150WH1-A1080P3150"16:973.6"x130.7"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.0135.4130.778.373.62.41.676.2
ER115WH1W-A1080P3115"2.35:145.0"x105.8"AcousticPro1080P3BlackGain 1.0110.6105.849.845.02.41.647.6
ER85H1-WIDE85"2.35:133.3"x78.2"CineGrey BlackGain 1.082.978.
ER96H1-WIDE96"2.35:137.6"x88.3"CineGrey BlackGain
ER103H1-WIDE103"2.35:140.3"x94.8"CineGrey BlackGain 1.099.594.845.
ER100DHD3100"16:949.0"x87.2"CineGrey 3D®BlackGain 1.291.987.253.749.02.41.651.6
ER110DHD3110" 16:953.9"x95.9"CineGrey 3D®BlackGain 1.2100.695.958.753.92.41.656.5
ER120DHD3120" 16:958.8"x104.6"CineGrey 3D®BlackGain 1.2109.3104.663.558.82.41.661.4
ER135DHD3135"16:966.1"x117.7"CineGrey 3D®BlackGain 1.2122.4117.770.966.12.41.668.7
ER150DHD3150" 16:973.6"x130.7"CineGrey 3D®BlackGain 1.2135.4130.778.373.62.41.676.2
ER114WX1114"16:1060.0"x96.0"CineWhite®BlackGain 1.1100.796.064.760.02.41.663.0
ER85WH1-WIDE85"2.35:133.3"x78.2"CineWhite®BlackGain 1.182.978.
ER103WH1-WIDE103"2.35:140.3"x94.8"CineWhite®BlackGain 1.199.594.845.

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Sable Frame Series Packaging Dimensions
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioN.W. (lbs.)G.W. (lbs.)N.W. (kgs)G.W. (Kgs)Packaging Dimensions (LxWxH) Inches
Model NumberDiag. SizeAspect RatioN.W. (lbs.)G.W. (lbs.)N.W. (kgs)G.W. (Kgs)Packaging Dimensions (LxWxH) Inches
ER85WH1W-A1080P285"2.35:120.0 lb29.6 lb9.1 kg13.4 kg51.6"x13.0"x4.7"
ER96WH1W-A1080P296"2.35:122.1 lb32.6 lb10.0 kg14.8 kg56.7"x12.6"x4.7"
ER103WH1W-A1080P2103"2.35:124.7 lb35.6 lb11.2 kg16.1 kg59.8"x12.6"x4.7"
ER115WH1W-A1080P2115"2.35:126.5 lb37.5 lb12.0 kg17.0 kg65.7"x12.6"x4.7"
ER85WH1W-A1080P385"2.35:120.0 lb29.6 lb9.1 kg13.4 kg51.6"x13.0"x4.7"
ER103WH1W-A1080P3103" 2.35:124.7 lb35.6 lb11.2 kg16.1 kg59.8"x12.6"x4.7"
ER100WH1-A1080P3100"16:916.7 lb33.0 lb7.6 kg15.0 kg60.0"x12.6"x4.8"
ER110WH1-A1080P3110"16:924.9 lb34.0 lb11.3 kg15.4 kg64.6"x12.6"x4.7"
ER120WH1-A1080P3120" 16:927.1 lb38.2 lb12.3 kg17.3 kg69.3"x12.4"x4.8"
ER135WH1-A1080P3135"16:930.6 lb42.4 lb13.9 kg19.2 kg76.8"x12.4"x4.7"
ER150WH1-A1080P3150"16:931.3 lb44.0 lb14.2 kg19.9 kg82.5"x12.6"x4.7"
ER96WH1W-A1080P396"2.35:122.1 lb32.6 lb10.0 kg14.8 kg56.7"x12.6"x4.7"
ER115WH1W-A1080P3115"2.35:126.5 lb37.5 lb12.0 kg17.0 kg65.7"x12.6"x4.7"
ER85H1-Wide85"2.35:120.0 lb29.6 lb9.1 kg13.4 kg86.0"x9.0"x4.0"
ER96H1-Wide96"2.35:122.1 lb32.6 lb10.0 kg14.8 kg56.7"x12.6"x4.7"
ER103H1-Wide103"2.35:127.0 lb35.6 lb12.2 kg16.1 kg102.4"x9.3"x4.1"
ER100DHD3100"16:923.5 lb29.3 lb10.7 kg13.3 kg61.4"x11.8"x6.5"
ER110DHD3110" 16:927.0 lb35.4 lb12.2 kg16.1 kg65.5"x13.4"x6.5"
ER120DHD3120" 16:927.5 lb35.7 lb12.5 kg16.2 kg69.7"x13.4"x6.7"
ER135DHD3135"16:930.8 lb40.5 lb14.0 kg18.4 kg78.2"x15.2"x6.5"
ER150DHD3150" 16:934.7 lb45.5 lb15.7 kg20.6 kg 85.6"x15.2"x6.7"
ER114WX1114"16:1035.9 lb39.4 lb16.3 kg17.8 kg69.3"x13.0"x4.7"
ER85WH1-Wide85"2.35:120.0 lb29.6 lb9.1 kg13.4 kg51.6"x12.6"x4.7"
ER103WH1-WIDE103"2.35:124.7 lb35.3 lb11.2 kg16.0 kg59.8"x12.6"x4.7"

Projector Placement for Angular-Reflective Screen

Notice to Installer:

Please use the following installation instructions to obtain superior optical performance from the ALR (Ambient Light Rejecting) Screen.

  • Angular-Reflective material is not compatible with ultra/short-throw projectors
  • Minimum lens throw ratio 1.5x image width
  • Ambient light must not come from the same direction as the projector 


Since angular-reflective means that the projected image will reflect at the mirror-opposite angle, it is important to position the projector so that the viewer will get the best possible image.

  • Step 1: Establish the general “eye level” of the viewers
  • Step 2: Set the appropriate projection level
  • Step 3: Adjust the screen height level and projection angle 

Input Angle (A) = Output Angle (B) aligns with the viewer’s angle

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"This screen was easy to set up and really makes my Home Theater Room look and feel like I'm at the movies."
Mario Carey
From an Amazon.com Customer Review SableFrame Series
Model Number: ER150WH1



"We bought the 100 inch AT screen and it works great. It was relatively simple to put together. Very heavy duty and the sound passes through the material as advertised."
Chase T.
From an Amazon.com Customer Review SableFrame Series
Model Number: ER100WH1



"Great product, easy to install. However due to the sheer size of the screen, you would need two person to lift and mount. The instruction is good but lack one piece of information for the positioning of the lower mounting brackets. Otherwise, great product."
Alan Chai
From an Amazon.com Customer Review SableFrame Series


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Q: Can I buy a small screen material sample?

A: Yes, you can buy a CineWhite® screen material sample by clicking here.

    Buy an CineGrey screen material sample by clicking here.

    Buy an CineGrey 3D® screen material sample by clicking here.

    Buy an AcousticPro 1080P3 screen material sample by clicking here.


Q: Why choose an “ALR” screen like CineGrey 5D® over CineWhite® ?

A: Although matte white materials such as CineWhite® are ideal for environments where room lighting can be controlled, the image is easily washed out by ambient light. Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) materials such as the CineGrey 5D®  are suitable for environments where there are high levels of indirect (ambient) light. This material trades off on the wide diffusion uniformity of white materials in favor of a brighter (angular reflective) image. Elite’s CineGrey 5D® incorporates a diffusion layer over a highly reflective surface which scatters ambient light while improving picture performance with a brighter image. This includes color neutrality with enhanced black levels and improvement over Active 3D presentations.

Q: I have a native 16:9 4K projector and a 2.35:1 cinemascope projection screen; so, do I need an anamorphic lens to view full size 16:9 content on that 2.35 screen?
A : Yes, if you are going for optimal performance and “no” if your projector has lens memory and you cannot reconcile with the cost of the anamorphic lens. Here is the difference for each.


Projecting onto a 2.35:1 screen (lens zooming): On a native 16:9 4K projector, lens memory is a pre-set feature that allows you to letterbox zoom and fit the 2.35:1 screen’s footprint. To many, this looks good enough. The bad news is that you are losing 25% (over 2,000,000) pixels. They are not gone; they just appear black to give the illusion of no longer being there. Because 25% of your pixels are out of the game and your projector is trying to stretch what is left to fill your screen, you lose 1/3 of your resolution and 25-30% of your brightness depending on the settings you choose.  It is also worth mentioning that when your projector blacks out 25% of your pixels, it absorbs the light energy which manifests itself as excess heat inside of your projector.  Over time, this excess heat will shorten your projector’s operational lifespan. Some projectors have lens memory so you can switch them at the click of a button but should the projector not have this capability, you’d have to perform this manually through your remote.


Projecting onto a 2.35:1 screen (Anamorphic lens):  In order to take full advantage of all of the pixels from your projector (maximize brightness and resolution) you will need an anamorphic lens and avoid the extra light from over spilling beyond the limits of your 2.35 screen. In other words, your projector needs an anamorphic lens to maximize your video performance.  A memory lens horizontally stretches your image while electronically upscaling your 16:9 projector’s vertical resolution. This means you get the 2.35:1 performance without losing brightness or resolution.  Because you are not running black content in letterbox mode for hours on end, this puts less wear and tear on your projector. 


Other options, projecting 16:9 content onto a 2.35:1 Screen: You can still project a 16:9 image onto a 2.35 screen but the image will be smaller and you will have empty space on the sides.  No anamorphic lens is needed in this case but you would have to manually adjust for both aspect ratios when viewing 16:9 and 2.35:1 content. 

Q: I'm considering purchasing an Active 3D projector. What benefits are there in choosing the Airbright 3D2 or CineGrey 5D® material?
A: In general, the Airbight 3D2 material is beneficial to use with Active 3D projectors to combat the following.
         - Active 3D projectors lose brightness when 3D mode is activated (approximately 50% of lumens is lost)
         - More is lost when the active shutter glasses are put on. The dark tint of them block the projector's lighting. It's like trying to watch a movie with sunglasses on. 

Both high gains on the Airbright 3D2 and CineGrey 5D® materials helps regain brightness levels in 3D mode, and the high gain avaialble on the Airbright 3D2 allows for some ambient light to be on without washing out the projected image as typically experienced on matte white surfaces. 

The loss of brightness impacts the true home theater experience by producing a dim and bland image.  We recommend using the Airbright 3D2 for this reason.

Q:I have a 16:9 (HDTV) home theater projector but I'd like to have a presentation that has a 2.35:1 (Cinemascope) aspect ratio on a 2.35:1 projection screen.  Do I need an anamorphic lens for this?
A: For the best possible results, an anamorphic lens is recommended.  However, it is possible to get a 2.35:1 screen format as long as you can live with the "black bars" created when a mismatched 16:9 native aspect ratio projecto is set up to fit a wider projection screen format.  It is simply a matter of personal preference. 

Q: What is the advantage of having a black velvet covered frame?
A: In addition to an appealing aesthetic appearance, the advantage of having a black velvet covered frame is to help absorb projector overshoot.

Q: What is the difference between the ezFrame and the Sable Frame series?
 The Sable Frame and ezFrame frame have different frame designs. The Sable Frame has an Astragal (half round surface flanked by 2-flat sides) profile as opposed to the ezFrame’s standard (wedge or sloped-edgethe frames are different only to suit different aesthetic needs. Please see this PDF for an illustration of the differences.  Both frames come in 16:9, 16:10, and 2.35:1 aspect ratios. Both are also available in Cinegrey, CineGrey5D®, CineWhite®, Powergain, and AcousticPro1080P2. The ezFrame is different in that it is also 4:3 aspect ratio and it is available with AcousticPro1080P3 and WraithVeil(rear projection) screen material.

Q: What are the model numbers for the Sable Frame Series?

A: Here is a full list of the model numbers in the Sable Frame Series: ER92WH1, ER100WH1, ER106WH1, ER110WH1, ER120WH1, ER135WH1, ER150WH1, ER180WH1, ER200WH1, ER109WX1, ER114WX1, ER100WH1-A1080P2, ER120WH1-A1080P2, ER100GH1, ER120GH1, ER135GH1, ER150GH1, ER180GH1, ER200GH1, ER100DH3, ER110DH3, ER120DH3, ER135DH3, ER150DH3, ER85WH1-Wide, ER96WH1-Wide, ER103WH1-Wide, ER115WH1-Wide, ER125WH1-Wide, ER138WH1-Wide, ER158WH1-Wide, ER166WH1-Wide, ER176WH1-Wide, ER85H1-Wide, ER96H1-Wide, ER103H1-Wide, ER138H1-Wide, ER85WH1W-A1080P2, ER96WH1W-A1080P2, ER103WH1W-A1080P2, ER115WH1W-A1080P2, ER125WH1W-A1080P2, ER138WH1W-A1080P2, ER158WH1W-A1080P2, ER166WH1W-A1080P2, ER176WH1W-A1080P2

Q: How do you decode model #'s?
A: Each Elite Screens' model number starts with the product series name. Follow by case color (if applicable, certain models only available in one color), screen material, screen aspect ratio and product series version. Lastly, extra black drop and its length (if applicable). Here is an example.

ER: Sable Frame
114: 114” Diagonal
W: CineWhite® Material
X: 16:10 Format (H: 16:9)
1: Version 1

Q: What are the benefits of using a Passive 3D Polarized Silver projection screen material? Do the Elite AirBright 3D2 and CineGrey 5D projection screens fit this category?
A: 3D imaging occurs at a lower level of brightness than regular 2D presentations. Also, it is difficult to maintain polarization on regular projection screen materials. The benefits of Passive 3D polarized silver projection screens are that they increase the brightness of projected 3D images while allowing them to  maximize retaining image polarization levels. Lastly, its diffusion layer enhances contrast. Although passive 3D imaging can arguably be performed on other projection materials, the polarized silver materials optimize overall 3D performance with the best results.
Yes, the Airbright 3D2 and CineGrey 5D projection screens are passive 3D polarized silver projection screens made for the specific reasons specified in the first part of this answer. The Airbright 3D2 is the standard retail model  while the CineGrey 5D has added contrast levels for enhanced contrast and diffusion moderation.

Q: What are the advantages of Passive 3D over Active 3D technology?
A: Passive 3D occurs in real time with both eyes seeing an actual picture as opposed to the alternating right-Left eye flickering of active 3D technology. The advantage in this is that the image is brighter because it is simultaneously shown to both eyes. With Active 3D the glasses obstruct the vision of one eye while allowing the other to see the picture alternating at about 60 exposures per eye per second. Essentially the viewer is blindfolded half the time without really being aware of it. The “flickering” of Active 3D technology is that  cross-talk and shadowing artifacts occur more easily. It also has a higher tendency to create eye-discomfort in viewers. Passive 3D allows viewers to see the image more comfortably  with greater brightness and clarity. Passive 3D glasses are also inexpensive so that they may be easily obtained in quantity and do not suffer from mechanical malfunction like the electrically powered active 3D glasses

For more information  about Active 3D and Passive 3D, please check the comparison chart here.


Q: How well does the CineGrey 5D® or CineGrey 3D® perform in a dark room environment?

A: The CineGrey 5D® and CineGrey 3D® is great for dark room environment also, but we must understand its limitations.

First of all, both materials have narrow viewing angles.  So if you wish to have a wide seating arrangement after 80 degrees, you will notice a drop in brightness.

Second, because they are higher gain screens they reflect more projector brightness.  This may tire your eyes, so we recommend using a less brighter mode if your projector has a such setting.

If that is not a problem, then these materials will work.  And the best thing is, because they are angular reflective material, the projector’s light will not diffuse in all directions like a matte white material.  Meaning that they will not scatter the projector’s light and create side lighting. Thus, eliminating the need to absorb it with black velvet or paint a room really dark.

Third, because both of these materials are made with a neutral gray substrate, the color balance and temperature will be exceptional.  The dark gray also enhances contrast and great color saturation.


Q: Is there a reason Elite Screens no longer offers 2.35:1 aspect ratio screens? I'm new to home theater and only watch movies in the room, not TV or sports. So, it seemed to be more dramatic to go with the 2.35:1 wide-screen format.
A: The 2.35:1 is primarily for a dedicated home cinema room. With this said, we have left this aspect ratio to our sister company EPV Screens which specializes in dedicated home theater projection screens.

Please visit, www.epvscreens.com for more information on the sizes they carry.


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