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post #211 of 224 Old 01-02-2017, 08:09 AM
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130" 2.40:1 diy using Screen Tight and Carl's flexiwhite. $125 total!

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Here's my small home theater nook about 12' x 12'. I was able to sink the projector into the wall, which got me a throw distance of about 11'9". That just barely allowed me to fill a 115" 2.35:1 screen.

I made the mistake of picking Tron Legacy for my first movie, which switches the aspect ratio for a few scenes, but the epson makes zooming between the two fairly quick and painless. I still need some furniture, but I'm really happy with the whole setup.
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130" 2.40:1 diy using Screen Tight and Carl's flexiwhite. $125 total!

Is screen tight a frame?
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Is screen tight a frame?
It's actually a screen porch installation system sold at Home Depot and Lowes. I have a thread about my build. Check it out!

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It's actually a screen porch installation system sold at Home Depot and Lowes. I have a thread about my build. Check it out!

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130" 2.40:1 diy using Screen Tight and Carl's flexiwhite. $125 total!

Did your fabric come on a roll or folded? Mine is folded and I'm just wondering when I get round to building the screen will the folds come out?

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Did your fabric come on a roll or folded? Mine is folded and I'm just wondering when I get round to building the screen will the folds come out?

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I ordered it rolled. I think you should be fine as long as it's well stretched. Give it a few days at least. If it still has creases in the worst areas, you can take a hair dryer to it lightly and it might help get them out.

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My competed effort. 11ft wide 2.40 fixed screen with a second 9ft electric screen in the ceiling. (Pic 3 the room hadn't been painted at this point, hence the reflection on the wall)

Screen was a DIY effort, fabric from Carls place with black velvet border (about £120) in total.

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This is my 240 cm (95") diagonal 2.35:1 screen. Projector is the Panasonic PT-AT6000 with automatic 2.35:1 detection zoom!
The theater also features Dolby Atmos now!
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130" 2.40:1 diy using Screen Tight and Carl's flexiwhite. $125 total!

So did the material come in a 16:9 and you cut it down to 2.40:1? From what I see on his site it is either 4:3 or 16:9.

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