Our Vapex professional-grade Fixed Frame screens were named to Sound and Visions’ “2016 Top Picks Of the Year” List for value and we couldn’t be prouder. Not that we’re surprised, our Vapex line of screens have been highly rated by customers and review sites alike.
Here’s an overview of Sound&Vision’s VAPEX Fixed Frame Screens review:
Time-consuming to assemble
The VApex PRO is a great option for anyone looking to put together a home theater on a budget without cutting corners.
DIY-ers setting up a home theater may be inclined to cut corners on the screen, instead choosing to use a white wall, screen paint, or even the above-mentioned bedsheet as a projection surface (the horror!). It’s these folks who would benefit the most from buying a VApex PRO. Not only does this entry-level fixed-frame model offer quality construction, but assembling it is easy (if time-consuming), and video performance is spot-on. And with such a screen priced under $250, you’d be crazy not to buy one.
Here’s something more to chew on: When a 110-inch VApex PRO is paired with a late-generation entry-level projector, such as the Optoma HD142X (watch for our review) or the InFocus ScreenPlay SP1080, the total package works out to just around $800. I’m sure that such a combination will make a budget-minded DIY-er happy, and not just because they saved lots of money – though that certainly never hurts.