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Hi guys,

I have an epson 8350 and 120 Elite Sable screen. As I'm starting to furnish my home theater, I was planning to mount 2 movie posters (27x40) one of either side of the screen. Would this cause any issues with the glass thats on the framed movie poster and hinder the quality of the projected image?

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Very distracting.. I have a picture on the side wall that I have glued small metal bars on to of the the frame to attach back cloth with magnets when using the projector.. anything reflective in your visual path is BAD. If you note in the dedicated room threads most posters are in the entrance hall or back of the theaters.
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thanks for the input... ill see if i can find another place to put them.
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thanks for the input... ill see if i can find another place to put them.

Covering them when in use is not a bad thing if you use the room for other things with the lights on.
Just get some black velvet or just plain black cotton fabric and cover them up when you watch the projector. Small pieces of sheet metal clued on either side of the frame and magnets taped to the back of the cloth work great.
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