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Old 12-29-2011, 03:29 AM - Thread Starter
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can you give me any suggestion what 1.3, 1.5 gain projector screen i shall buy?



100inches screen with hd33 or acer h9500bd?
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What kind of budget do you have in mind?
Some 1.3 and 1.5 gain screens are better than others.

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max $200 dollars and it has to be 100inches and pull down
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Just do a Google, at that price point one is the same as the next.. china cheap, might go up and down once or twice.. good luck

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as airscapes mentions....at that price point, you will more than likely be dealing with the same inexpensive material regardless of what manufacturer you purchase from. I'd suggest you up your budget a bit and consider a da lite screen. They can get you into a 100" pull down with good material for just a bit more.

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just an FYI, but a 'middle of the road', meaning not cheap, but not 2K dollars will get you into the $600-$800 bracket. Da-lite and Carada come to mind. I spent just over 7 hundred on a 115" 'precision' brilliant white screen with a gain of 1.4. I think Da-lite will cost you a little more for the same screen. GET SOME SAMPLES!!!

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just an FYI, but a 'middle of the road', meaning not cheap, but not 2K dollars will get you into the $600-$800 bracket. Da-lite and Carada come to mind. I spent just over 7 hundred on a 115" 'precision' brilliant white screen with a gain of 1.4. I think Da-lite will cost you a little more for the same screen. GET SOME SAMPLES!!!

He is after a pull down screen which I don't believe Carada makes.

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