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What is better vinyl or multi-layered PVC based material for home theater screens? I don't know if it matters but it will be 120" fixed screen. They vinyl is a 1.0 gain and the multi-layered pvc is 1.2 gain. It is a dedicated room with controlled lighting. I'm using a JVC model DLA-RS56 projector. The seating will be 17' and 23' away from the screen. Both great frames wrapped in felt and prices are very comparable.
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What is better vinyl or multi-layered PVC based material for home theater screens? I don't know if it matters but it will be 120" fixed screen. They vinyl is a 1.0 gain and the multi-layered pvc is 1.2 gain. It is a dedicated room with controlled lighting. I'm using a JVC model DLA-RS56 projector. The seating will be 17' and 23' away from the screen. Both great frames wrapped in felt and prices are very comparable.

PVC sands for Poly Vinyl Chloride.. or vinyl for short..

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