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Screen Excellence RM2-T
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March 8, 2011, 3:19 pm

I admit screens are not my field of expertise, but over £3,000 extra for the motorised version strikes me as excessive to say the least. Or is there really something amazing going on here?


March 8, 2011, 4:51 pm

You'll be looking at around £4,890.96 for a 100in version
Hmmm, correct me if I am wrong here but you can get the latest 3D JVC Projector with a damm sight more 'technology' (and motors for that matter) than this piece of 'cloth'.

If nearly five grand for a 100" screen seems cheap then someone is being paid toooo much!

Michael G

March 8, 2011, 6:48 pm

I think giving a piece of glorified white cloth a 10/10 value rating when it costs near-on £2k is a just a little bit cheeky. Let's face it, that's more than a months pay after tax for most people.

Martin Daler

March 8, 2011, 7:28 pm

I guess these days you just have to cut your screen according to your cloth.

Patrice Congard

March 10, 2011, 1:47 pm

As a director of U.See Ltd, manufacturer of Screen Excellence, I would like to bring some explanations about the above comments regarding the prices:
A screen is much more than a piece of fabric, especially when it is to roll down remaining permanently flat and tensioned. If you look carefully at the pictures illustrating the review, you will see part of an adjustable tensioning system, most of which is hidden behind a black velvet border.
A no-compromise approach for and electric screen involves costs, which are reflected on prices.
A more cost-efficient solution is provided by our RF range of fixed-frame screens.


March 10, 2011, 5:22 pm

@Patrice Congard.
Thank you for stating your company's position. I wish more manufacturers were so interactive!
I appreciate your comment that a screen is more than a piece of cloth and you adopt a "no-compromise approach", and I have nothing against the desire to make a profit (That's how I work too), but still, more than £3,000 extra for the motorised version? Really?


May 14, 2011, 3:28 pm

I saw the fixed screen version at the Gadget Show in the JVC 3D demo room.
They had the X7 PJ, B&W in wall speakers and onkyo 609 receiver and playing back Tron3D.

it looked and sounded stunning!!!!!

The light cycle sequence had excellent black level but at the same time superb detail.
All three front speakers were behind the screen.
Sound was amazing!
You have to see the screen being used. The performance justifies the price.

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