REVIEW – During the last year, I’ve gotten into watching movies in the back yard using a projector. The one thing I never settled on was buying a good projector screen. When the Bomaker 100 inch Motorized Projector Screen review offer came along, I jumped at the chance to improve my movie experience.
What is it?
The Bomaker 100 inch Motorized Projector Screen is an anti-crease portable projection screen.
What’s in the box?
- Bomaker 100 inch Motorized Projector Screen
- RF Remote
- Mounting hardware
- Operation Manual
Housing: 98″ wide
Screen: 87.15″ x 49.02″ (100″ diagonal)
Design and features
The Bomaker 100 inch Motorized Projector Screen features a premium design promising no wrinkles and no edge curl. The premium projector screen is made of fiberglass and treated with an optical pattern to reflect light evenly.
A black PVC backing and high-quality image sensitive layer ensure an optimum viewing experience. The black borders absorb and mask unwanted light to frame your movie into the correct 16:9 aspect ratio and enhance the picture contrast. A 160° viewing angle ensures a sharp image regardless of your viewing angle.
The low noise motor provides for quiet and smooth operation. The included three-button RF remote (simple up, down, and stop) is easy to operate. The receiver module also has buttons for operating the screen. Raising and lowering only takes about 30 seconds.
The Bomaker 100 inch Motorized Projector Screen also includes mounting hardware for both wall and ceiling mounting. The mounting points are very versatile, featuring a ring for hanging and screw slots for wall mounting making custom configurations easy.
The screen housing is a sturdy aluminum alloy. Other than mounting it to a wall or ceiling, no assembly is required. Mount, lower the screen, and enjoy.
The 1.1 gain HD contrast screen reflects the image brightly and looks wonderful. Compared to paper or a white sheet, it is quite an improvement.
I did experience one flaw in the screen. During the 30-day testing of the screen, Twice I had the screen self deploy. The first time I was in the room with it, so I can indeed say that the remote was not accidentally hit. The second time I came home to find the screen extended all of the way down. While this could be avoided by unplugging the screen, I did find it concerning because I had other items below the screen.
What I like
- No wrinkles
- Bright, clear image
- Multiple mounting options
What I’d change
- Needs to ensure that the RF signal for the remote doesn’t get triggered by other remotes
I think the Bomaker 100 inch Motorized Projector Screen is an outstanding product. The picture quality is awesome even in rooms with some lights on.