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Old 12-28-2005, 12:19 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi Folks,

Thanks to lots of help from Daniel Hutnicki and Jason Turk (highly recommend those guys) I have the final piece of my first HT system set to deliver tomorrrow. A 110" Silver Star Screen. I have the Panasonic AE900 that we've been projecting onto a brownish colored wall. (FWIW, I didn't even expect to be able to see much of a picture shooting the 900 onto a brown wall but I've been blown away by the quality and color. My kids think the theater is finished already without a screen ;) )

I know I'll find out soon enough as I'm sure mounting instructions are with the screen but thought I'd go ahead go ahead and ask here so I can be prepared: What is the preferred way to mount the Silverstar on a regular wall? Speakers are off to the side so it's nothing unusual. Just mounting the screen to the wall.

Any thoughts there much appreciated.

Thanks.

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It comes with brackets
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should be a bracket on each corner (if I remember correctly) Easy to install but I would recommend two people doing it. Its not heavy but it is big and clumsy
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Joe,
How did the mounting go? Im waiting on my 120" now. Im hoping it went well. i dont really have anyone to help me. I did hang my Vutec VuEasy 110" by myself with no problem. The SS may have an issue clearing my chair rail molding though, might have to screw some 2x4's onto the wall to bump the screen out a bit to clear it. Also, Ive got a 24" wide shelf that might be able to help support the screen while Im hanging it. Its used for my center speaker right now. So, just curious how it went.


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There are 4 set screw holes that the brackets need to line up on. The bracket is sloted so you can adjust height.

http://www.vutec.com/technical/vutec...structions.pdf

Use at least a 4' level or laser.

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