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post #1 of 5 Old 09-04-2013, 08:19 PM - Thread Starter
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I was looking to get one of these between 140-160". It will be my first fixed frame screen and I wonder how does a screen this size get through the front door?
Do these screens have to be assembled at home?
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I was looking to get one of these between 140-160". It will be my first fixed frame screen and I wonder how does a screen this size get through the front door?
Do these screens have to be assembled at home?

You may want to do a little more research to find out if your projector can really light up a screen that large. Check out the calculator pro at projectorcentral.com

Assembly is required..

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Yep, you have to assemble them.
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You may want to do a little more research to find out if your projector can really light up a screen that large. Check out the calculator pro at projectorcentral.com

Assembly is required..

Yes it does, I'm just using my wall at this point. How difficult is it to assemble these? Do you need two people for this?
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Most screens are not hard to assemble. You may want help hanging the screen though.

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