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Yes. Make sure your brackets are strong enough. It weights about 45lbs. The brackets (L shape) that come with the screen have holes for wall and ceiling mount. For your case, you can bold it to your brackets.
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All -- in the hunt for a good budget fixed frame screen. I have narrowed my choices to the Visual Apex 120" fixed frame, or the Monoprice 120" Fixed Frame 16:9 or the multi-format.

I am leaning Monoprice multi-format. Are people pretty happy with the fixed frame MP screens? Any issue with the masking system?

I just wish the shipping was a bit cheaper.

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All -- in the hunt for a good budget fixed frame screen. I have narrowed my choices to the Visual Apex 120" fixed frame, or the Monoprice 120" Fixed Frame 16:9 or the multi-format.<br><br>
I am leaning Monoprice multi-format. Are people pretty happy with the fixed frame MP screens? Any issue with the masking system?<br><br>
I just wish the shipping was a bit cheaper.<br><br>
Thanks!<br><br>
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I have just installed the fixed frame 106" 1.0 gain screen from Monoprice. This is my first projector setup so I can not compare this screen with anything else, but for me the quality is very good. The screen has a 3" black felt boarder that does a very good job absorbing the light and the screen pulls very tight. The install brackets are very high quality. My only complaint so far is that the brackets don't have mounting holes every 16" so you can not mount it directly into your wall studs. You have to use drywall anchors. I will attached pictures later tonight.

http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_i...seq=1&format=2
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No. The wave is still there. Still annoys the heck out of me but it's at the very bottom so it's not usually a distraction. Except I know it's there. This is my first screen so I can't compare to anything else. But I do really love the entire experience. Except the wave.
Have you tried a hair dryer on the spot to heat it up so it relaxes? That works on some other screen materials/waves, sometimes.

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How is the Monoprice Tab-Tensioned screen compare to the Elite Screens Cinetension2? I heard a lot of users complaining that the Cinetension develops waves/ripples/wrinkles after a few years.

http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_i...t=2#reviewInfo

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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