Here's the scoop:
looking to snag a PJ here in the next month, really for the long-term but I'd like to use it in my current space before I move in the next 6 months or so.
Here's what I have going on, space wise:
I'm about 12-13' from the tv, obviously a screen would need to be placed in front of the television, and ideally, acoustically transparent, as it will cover the L/R mains and Heights.
I realize that likely throws a huge wrench into things...especially when considering what I'd also like to do with this screen.
Which is: I'd like to be able to simply unhook it from the ceiling and move it outside when the time's appropriate (so light weight would be nice, too). Again, I think this throws out the whole transparency thing as I'd need a relatively rigid, durable surface for the aforementioned.
Still, any ideas? I suppose I could work on moving my gear cabinet to create more space for the screen and eliminating the need for acoustic transparency. I know the obvious answer is: get a motorized/drop down screen for the inside and built a cheap screen for outdoors, but I'd really like to avoid doing that as I'm going to to a permanent screen in my new app down the road.
I know there is material available in a 4x8 sheet that I could cut, fortify with bracing on the rear, and paint, inexpensively- just wondering what would be the lightest/best performing?