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Should I be concerned about glare or rattling from framed movie posters in my dedicated HT?
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If it's in eye shot during playback, it will reflect light.
Depending on the design and / or how it's mounted, it could make noise at certain frequencies.
But since you want to stay away from reflective surfaces on thew walls of a theater, I left poster frames out.

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murals are non-reflective and never make a sound wink.gif

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If it's in eye shot during playback, it will reflect light.
Depending on the design and / or how it's mounted, it could make noise at certain frequencies.
But since you want to stay away from reflective surfaces on thew walls of a theater, I left poster frames out.
so you just hung the posters themselves? If so what did you use?
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