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First, I want to say I am new to all of this so I apologize if I don't provide all of the information needed. Please let me know if more information is needed.

After saying that, I am looking for a screen to match with an epson Powerlite Pro Cinema 6020. My media room is 18' x 12' with no windows. I have 4 wall sconces with a dimmer switch. The walls and ceiling will be painted a dark navy blue or black. It will be used for watching TV, sports, movies and a little bit of gaming. When having people over for football games, I would like to have the lights on so that is my main concern regarding the type of screen. I know the light will definitely affect the picture, but I would like to limit it as much as possible. As far as size, I am looking at between a 100" to 110" with a budget of around $2,000. Thanks in advance for your help.
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First, I want to say I am new to all of this so I apologize if I don't provide all of the information needed. Please let me know if more information is needed.

After saying that, I am looking for a screen to match with an epson Powerlite Pro Cinema 6020. My media room is 18' x 12' with no windows. I have 4 wall sconces with a dimmer switch. The walls and ceiling will be painted a dark navy blue or black. It will be used for watching TV, sports, movies and a little bit of gaming. When having people over for football games, I would like to have the lights on so that is my main concern regarding the type of screen. I know the light will definitely affect the picture, but I would like to limit it as much as possible. As far as size, I am looking at between a 100" to 110" with a budget of around $2,000. Thanks in advance for your help.

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