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post #1 of 2 Old 06-24-2014, 09:31 PM - Thread Starter
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Would an Elite CineWhite screen give much improvement over a generic PVC screen?

Hi guys,

Last month I finished my Home Theater (dedicated room).

I had a generic PVC pulldown screen which I cut the material and built a frame for it.

The image is pretty good considering I paid only $100 for the screen.

Although I the material is attached to the frame with staples it has some waves (very light ones which doesn't bother me much) but still I want to buy a proper screen.

Will a fixed Elite CineWhite screen give me a good improvement in terms of PQ or I should save the money and buy a better projector (Currently I have an Optoma h180x).

Here is a video with my home theater:

Thank you!!!
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I have an Elite Cinewhite 120" screen. It works well for me, but it is essentially a vinyl screen with a surface coating. I'm not sure you would see much improvement. The tensioning system is pretty well thought out and my screen has no issues with waves after 4 years of use.
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