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High all and thanks for the information. Enough here to ever whelm.
I have spent 4 years with fabric (BOC) screen. Now I have decide to move up to something I can really enjoy.
I will either buy the wagner, or Have one of 2 painter friends help me with their equipment.
I believe I will want to use the Silver Fire mix. Maybe the lite. Not sure If I should hunt down the mirror?
Here is what I have:
Mitsubishi HC1500 (2000 hours I know time for bulb) Projector is ceiling mounted, dropped down to 18" center of lens. 86" off floor. Screen is 92" 45"X80" viewable. Center is 50" off floor, top is 10" from ceiling.
We watch mostly HD TV/sports some HD movies.
The screen now is 1X4's with 2.5" trim velvet wrapped. I basicly set screen on the edge of 36" TV stand, use floor standing speaker to keep it centered and have it velcro to TV at about 1/2 way up to keep from falling over. Just grab it and set it behind speaker when not in use.
What substrait will be paintable with a silver fire or something better?? and still be move able like what I have now?
The room has 3 windows to the right with black curtains (not a problem) dining room to the left with sheer, get some sunlight from across that room. Ceiling fan with 3 lights, one facing screen is unscrewed. and 1 lamp behind the seating position(14')
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