Fixed Frame Projection Screen

Sable Frame Series

The Sable Frame series is Elite Screens’ entry level fixed frame screen for today’s entry level Home Cinema 1080P and 4K projectors.

Product WeightN/A
Overall DimsN/A
Viewing Angle

180°

Gain

1.1

Screen Material

Compatible Projection

Short Throw, Standard "Long" Throw, Ultra Short Throw

Material Type

Matte White

How to assemble M Type – Sable Fixed Frame

ezFrame/SableFrame Assembly

Sable Frame Series Screen Featuring CineGrey 3D Ambient Light Rejecting Material

Sable Frame Series Screen Featuring CineGrey 3D Ambient Light Rejecting Material

Sable Frame AcousticPro 1080P3 – by JoelsterG4K

Available in the following front projection materials

Material NameGainViewing AngleDescription
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.

 

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:
    • 96″ 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 limited warranty, and 3-year warranty for ENR-G – Education, Non-profit, Religious and Government/Military organizations
  • Lifetime Tech Support by Elite Screens Professional Service Team through Email, Phone or Online Form.

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Sable Frame Series FAQ’s

Q: What is the difference between the version 1 and version 2 of the (Lunette, SableFrame, ezFrame) Series?
Q. What is the difference between the version 1 and version 2 of the (Lunette, SableFrame, ezFrame) Series?

While the frame structure and screen material performance remain the same between the version 1 and version 2 of the (Lunette, SableFrame,ezFrame) series, there are two main differences.

– Version 2 features a newly designed material that has a rubber-edge border (does not apply to AcousticPro materials) which makes installation a lot easier and a lot less time consuming.
– Version 2 comes with an installation kit that includes wood screws & improved dry-wall anchors, wall brackets, screwdriver, and a mallet.

Both of these new features help speed up the overall process of assembly and installation of your fixed frame projection screen.

Q: What is the difference between the ezFrame and the Sable Frame series?
Q. What is the difference between the ezFrame and the Sable Frame series?

The Sable Frame and ezFrame frame have different frame designs. The SableFrama 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 replacement screen material for my fixed frame screen?
Q. What are the model numbers for replacement screen material for my fixed frame screen?

Elite Screens offers replacement materials for 4:3, 16:9, and 2.35:1 fixed frame screens.

Decoding the model number: ZR92WH1-M

ZR- Sable Frame / ezFrame Series Replacement Material
92= Diagonal Size of 92″
W= CineWhite
H= 16:9 Aspect Ratio (V= 4:3, Wide= 2.35:1)
-M = Screen Type

ZAR : Aeon Series Replacement Material
Z-SBSF : Sable Frame B2 Series Replacement Material

Shop links : Sable Frame / ezFrame Series Materials, Aeon Series Materials, Sable Frame B2 Series Materials

General Fixed Frame Screens FAQ’s

Q: What is the advantage of having a black velvet covered frame?
Q. What is the advantage of having a black velvet covered frame?

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

Q: Where do I place the center support bar for a fixed frame screen?
Q: Where do I place the center support bar for a fixed frame screen?

Center support bar for larger size fixed frame screens goes inside the top of the groove located on the back of the frame.

Center support bar

Q : Can I flush mount my fixed frame screen directly to the wall/ceiling? I would like the top of the frame to be exactly where the ceiling and wall meet.
Q : Can I flush mount my fixed frame screen directly to the wall/ceiling? I would like the top of the frame to be exactly where the ceiling and wall meet.

Elite Screens does not recommend attempting such an installation as in most cases it would not be possible. This is because the frame has to be lifted directly above and then placed down onto the brackets. The brackets will then latch onto the grooves of the frame and hold it in place. Mounting the wall brackets flush to the wall and ceiling would not provide the clearance needed for the frame to be lifted above the brackets. Elite Screens recommends the wall brackets be placed no closer than 4-6”(depending on the thickness of the frame) below the ceiling as that ditstance would give you the clearance needed to lift the screen above and then onto the brackets.

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2-year limited warranty, and 3-year warranty for ENR-G – Education, Non-profit, Religious and Government/Military organizations

Lifetime Tech Support by Elite Screens Professional Service Team through Email, Phone or Online Form.