Elite Screens Manual B, 100-inch Screen Review

elite screens manual b 100 inch m100h reviewFrom a 4K Ultra HD viewing capability to a simple auto-locking system; the Elite M100H is a manual projection screen that has been designed to perform. Its 16:9 aspect ratio offers an ideal widescreen perfect for today’s home and office presentations. The Elite Manual B is a single configurator with endless possibilities.

Main Features of the Elite Manual B M100H:

In this day and age, Ultra HD display serves as the new “buzzword” in the world of screen projection. Ultra HD screens deliver sharper, crisper, and high-fidelity visuals. The Elite Manual B is a 4K Ultra HD projection screen that offers a high dynamic visual range support with groundbreaking picture quality. A TV is good for casual viewing but when it comes to the ultimate movie and theater experience, nothing beats the Elite B projection screen.

Elite Manual B features a 100 inch (diagonal) Max White screen supported with a black back. When defining an excellent projection screen; the importance of a black back cannot be stressed enough. A black back screen material prevents light penetration which results in an enhanced resolution coupled with high definition graphics.

The Elite Manual B M100XWH screens are characterized by 16:9 aspect ratios and a 49-by-87-inch viewing angle. This offers an ultra-wide viewing area of 180 degrees.

The Elite Manual B features a neutral gain ratio of 1.0. A projection screen’s gain is basically a measure of its reflectivity. High gain ratio screens reflect greater amounts of light but in return face the problem of hot-spotting and decreased viewing angle. Low gain ratio screens offer an optimum theater experience but at the expense of a limited amount of light reflection. To completely avoid the side effects of lower gain and higher gain screens, it is important to go for a neutral gain ratio of 1.0. The Elite B Manual is characterized by a Max White screen of 1.0 gain which evenly distributes light in all directions.

It also features an aluminum contour frame surfaced with black velvet: this aspect prevents projection overshoot and in return retains precise definition.

The screen also comes with an auto-locking system that provides variable height settings for ultimate flexibility.


It features a screen lanyard for easy operation: this allows the screen’s pull-down handle to be reached from high areas.

Elite Manual B comes with a mounting kit which comprises of (2″ Screws x 2, Drywall anchor x 2, “U” Bolt x 2, Hex nuts x 8). Optional 6″ and 12″ L brackets are also available.

The Good:

1. It offers a wide viewing area with perfect diffusion uniformity.

2. It features a dual installation design: it can either be plugged onto a wall or a ceiling.

3. The Max White is a durable screen material that can be washed with soap and water.

4. The two-year warranty that comes with the screen is an aspect worth mentioning.

The Bad:

1. Considering the fact that Elite Manual B is a high-performing projection screen, it should have featured a remote control instead of a manual operation system.

Bottom line:

When it’s all said and done, the Elite Screens Manual B, 100-inch 16:9, Elite M100H stands as one of the best projection screens in the market. It takes home with its 4K Ultra HD viewing capability. Kudos to Elite for making a superb projection screen that fits within an advanced display projection environment.

Andrew Wyatt

Andrew Wyatt

Andrew Wyatt has been a tech geek for as long as he can remember. Whether it's laptops, cameras, or projects, he's obsessed with it all. When he's not researching the latest tech products, he likes to go on long hikes with his dogs.

Share the story

Recent Posts