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What electric screen could I have bought for ~$100 that has equivalent characteristics? I would say I did a fair amount of research before setting out on my project but by no means was it extensive.I also mostly just assumed that they would be out of my price range and stuck solely to the DIY section.

As a side note, unless the electric part refers to masking, it really serves me no purpose as that room is dedicated solely as a home theater and I would have no reason to raise or lower a screen.

I see...then maybe a manual screen like this.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/119-Manual-Projector-Screen-84-X84-Pull-Down-Projection-Home-Movie-Theater/29699164?action=product_interest&action_type=title&placement_id=irs_middle&strategy=PWVUB&visitor_id=73399007610&category=0%3A3944%3A546952%3A1070964%3A130472&client_guid=451f1957-9d12-42f4-9bf4-811807fc45ec&config_id=0&parent_item_id=29681246&guid=144539ab-b049-4f24-8dba-ffd9ba38a0f6&bucket_id=irsbucketdefault&findingMethod=p13n

Also, I was just wondering. Btw...my wife told me to go w the 120" screen but I have this gigantic Revel C208 center that would have been obstructed. And budget was a factor for me as well.
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That is a 4:3 screen. I paid $170 for my 100 elite screens motorized.
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That is a 4:3 screen. I paid $170 for my 100 elite screens motorized.

My bad. Here is a manual 16 x 9 for $67.
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What you listed means that from lens to ceiling will be 7 inches. Then from ceiling to top of screen will be 9 inches. The bottom of the screen will be 33 inches off the ground. Then you have lens shift that can allow the screen to be further down from 9 inches.

I forgot which screen you have. Measure and see from actual viewing area to ceiling and actual viewing area to floor. Meaning the edge of the screen. Also how far away from the screen are you mounting?


I have the elite 100H screen. I am going to mount it around 9ft away from screen. Viewing area to the ceiling is 9" and to the floor is 33". So basically I can mount the Chief RPM directly to the ceiling no pipe extension.
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I had a doable board prior to the jamestown screen I have now. The doable board was very good and can't beat the price. Does home depot still carry it?
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I had a doable board prior to the jamestown screen I have now. The doable board was very good and can't beat the price. Does home depot still carry it?


yup, saw it there last week. the company got bought out and it's called something else, but if you look through the doable board thread you can get the sku and find it that way.
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Somebody used the 1/3 reference does that mean when setting up your screen that if it is 60" high that you would want the 20" mark at eye level? I was trying to figure out how high off of the floor to hang a screen. I will ask again what is the best screen to use with this pj ?
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The 'rule of thumb' is that you want your eyes around the bottom of the screen when seated. As for the best screen .. well that's open to debate -- but get whatever size you like/will fit your room (and bigger is better - I've never heard anyone say 'I wish I had gotten a smaller screen') and a matte white finish will work fine with the 1070 - no need for contrast-gimmick or gain enhancing screens.
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I bought a used mount for my projector. It didn't come with the screws. Does anyone know what screws size the BenQ used?
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Has anyone been able to set your harmony remote to control your electric screen to come down when you select projector? I have an elite 100H screen.
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yup, saw it there last week. the company got bought out and it's called something else, but if you look through the doable board thread you can get the sku and find it that way.

you talking about this thread?

http://www.avsforum.com/t/617173/the-official-untreated-do-able-only-thread

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you talking about this thread?

http://www.avsforum.com/t/617173/the-official-untreated-do-able-only-thread

yup
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I have the elite 100H screen. I am going to mount it around 9ft away from screen. Viewing area to the ceiling is 9" and to the floor is 33". So basically I can mount the Chief RPM directly to the ceiling no pipe extension.

Yep, sounds like you have it under control. I want to say my projector is 10' 8" from lens to screen. I am pretty much maxed out for a 100 inch screen, that's the smallest I can project from that distance. I knew that going into it but that was where I had to mount it.
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Has anyone been able to set your harmony remote to control your electric screen to come down when you select projector? I have an elite 100H screen.

I have a Phillips Pronto 7000 and was able to learn the codes with no issue. I like putting the screen down separate from everything. Sometimes we leave the screen down if I know we will watch later instead of up down up down. Besides it helps the side curling if left down especially if you have not put it down in a few days.
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Here is mine.

Screen up

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Screen down

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Here is mine.



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Is that a perforated screen? Looks like your center channel is behind it.
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Is that a perforated screen? Looks like your center channel is behind it.
I think his center speaker is in the entertainment center, below the screen when down. I think what you see between the tv and entertainment center is a bracket for the tv. Looks good bluer101.

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I think his center speaker is in the entertainment center, below the screen when down. I think what you see between the tv and entertainment center is a bracket for the tv. Looks good bluer101.

Yes I see it now. I agree that looks great!

My center is on top bc it doesn't fit thus I have to look up a bit too much. Still trying to remedy that.
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I think his center speaker is in the entertainment center, below the screen when down. I think what you see between the tv and entertainment center is a bracket for the tv. Looks good bluer101.

Yep, center is in the entertainment center. The screen comes down to 26 1/2 inches off the ground. The stand us 26 inches high.

My tv is mounted to the stand backing that might look like a speaker underneath. I was going to get an acoustical screen but that will wait until my dedicated room build.

Oh, BTW the entertainment center was just built by me. Here is the build thread.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1526213/tv-projector-screen-console-build/0_60#post_24591254
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Yep, center is in the entertainment center. The screen comes down to 26 1/2 inches off the ground. The stand us 26 inches high.

My tv is mounted to the stand backing that might look like a speaker underneath. I was going to get an acoustical screen but that will wait until my dedicated room build.

Oh, BTW the entertainment center was just built by me. Here is the build thread.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1526213/tv-projector-screen-console-build/0_60#post_24591254

Impressive piece maybe you should build custom entertainment centers/rack for a living! The picture with your gear lit up looks killer.

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Yep, center is in the entertainment center. The screen comes down to 26 1/2 inches off the ground. The stand us 26 inches high.

My tv is mounted to the stand backing that might look like a speaker underneath. I was going to get an acoustical screen but that will wait until my dedicated room build.

Oh, BTW the entertainment center was just built by me. Here is the build thread.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1526213/tv-projector-screen-console-build/0_60#post_24591254

That's very very impressive! Home Depot cut all those pieces for you? What was the total cost if you don't mind sharing. I'm inspired to do my own.

Between my huge center channel (Revel C208) and my one oversized ampliflier (Emotiva XPR-5), a custom option really is my best choice...and DIY too since cost is a big factor.
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That's very very impressive! Home Depot cut all those pieces for you? What was the total cost if you don't mind sharing. I'm inspired to do my own.

Between my huge center channel (Revel C208) and my one oversized ampliflier (Emotiva XPR-5), a custom option really is my best choice...and DIY too since cost is a big factor.

I had Home Depot just do the long rips. I had then rip 3 4x8 3/4 oak ripped into 6 21x96. The small centers were what was left over. Used the left over parts for other areas. 21" was the depth if the stand before face frame.

Every other cut (cross rips ) were all done by me. Plus face frame, drawers, drawer slides, doors, etc.

As for price I'm only estimating. This does not included saw blades, extra claps and misc stuff. I consider these for other jobs too later on. I had some of the cooling fan parts and lighting kits.

But for the basic wood and hardware I would say about $400-$600 with $600 being high.

I looked all over at stores and internet and I found items that fitted my needs buy only 70%. But I could make it work but not what I wanted. So I started to read and watch videos online and draw up some plans. 6 weeks of weekends only, maybe 35-40 hours I have end results. I learned stuff on the way. The pictures don't even do it justice. Everyone that has seen it in person thought we bought it.

I'm building the screen valance this weekend to match the stand and hide the screen. If anyone puts their mind to it and don't rush you can do it. Oh, the best part is I built it and fits all my needs for now.

Thanks for all the kind words.

Also back in this thread I ended up posting photos of the projector mount I built for my particular room requirements. Because we all know sometime one size fits all does not apply.
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Screen is coming tomorrow, I'm excited. Should I hang the screen or the projector first? Since the W1070 doesn't have a lot of give I'm guessing put the screen where I want it and then to my best to calculate where the projector should go and hold it there to see? Is there a better way to do this that I'm missing? :-)
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Screen is coming tomorrow, I'm excited. Should I hang the screen or the projector first? Since the W1070 doesn't have a lot of give I'm guessing put the screen where I want it and then to my best to calculate where the projector should go and hold it there to see? Is there a better way to do this that I'm missing? :-)

That is what I kind of did. I knew my screen had to be where it is so screen went first. I did not have much choice on PJ either. I
Just made it in the space I had for screen size.

If you can mount you PJ within the specified range for screen size then you should have no problems.

For anyone interested here is my PJ mount install in this thread a few months ago.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1435626/benq-w1070-dlp-full-hd-3d-ready-with-lens-shift-for-1000/7500_60#post_24271646
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I had Home Depot just do the long rips. I had then rip 3 4x8 3/4 oak ripped into 6 21x96. The small centers were what was left over. Used the left over parts for other areas. 21" was the depth if the stand before face frame.

Every other cut (cross rips ) were all done by me. Plus face frame, drawers, drawer slides, doors, etc.

As for price I'm only estimating. This does not included saw blades, extra claps and misc stuff. I consider these for other jobs too later on. I had some of the cooling fan parts and lighting kits.

But for the basic wood and hardware I would say about $400-$600 with $600 being high.

I looked all over at stores and internet and I found items that fitted my needs buy only 70%. But I could make it work but not what I wanted. So I started to read and watch videos online and draw up some plans. 6 weeks of weekends only, maybe 35-40 hours I have end results. I learned stuff on the way. The pictures don't even do it justice. Everyone that has seen it in person thought we bought it.

I'm building the screen valance this weekend to match the stand and hide the screen. If anyone puts their mind to it and don't rush you can do it. Oh, the best part is I built it and fits all my needs for now.

Thanks for all the kind words.

Also back in this thread I ended up posting photos of the projector mount I built for my particular room requirements. Because we all know sometime one size fits all does not apply.

Funny you mention valance. I was thinking about somehow building something to hide that black screen housing.

I just bought the BenQ projector mount on-line..should be here tomorrow. The pole distances (16-22") is perfect for my 9 foot ceiling and my 110" screen. I need a way to hide my HDMI cable too - surface mount. Busting drywall is really not an option for me.
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Here is mine.

That looks incredible!

I'm actually in the process of building units for under my screen right now but i took down my TV because I plan on solely using the projector in that room.
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... I need a way to hide my HDMI cable too - surface mount. Busting drywall is really not an option for me.

So what are you thinking? Using a cable cover?
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Funny you mention valance. I was thinking about somehow building something to hide that black screen housing.

I just bought the BenQ projector mount on-line..should be here tomorrow. The pole distances (16-22") is perfect for my 9 foot ceiling and my 110" screen. I need a way to hide my HDMI cable too - surface mount. Busting drywall is really not an option for me.

I ended up cutting a small hole for the double gang box at the PJ. Then at the wall behind the screen I ran the wiring up through a hole there over (11 ft) to where the PJ is. I used a long PVC pipe to fish the pull string. I can't get to that part of the attic so that's the wayI had to do it. Not really busting drywall.

Then my wires are in a wire channel down the wall behind the curtain. The power wire plugs into my battery backup. I did this so my screen and PJ are protected. Also if I have loss of power I can shut my PJ down properly.
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That looks incredible!

I'm actually in the process of building units for under my screen right now but i took down my TV because I plan on solely using the projector in that room.

With this still being out main living room I wanted the tv to for normal viewing. Then have the screen for events and movie nights. Next purchase is for Oppo 103d. This way I can plug my cable box into the Oppo and feed it out to the TV and PJ. Kind of a splitter bonus too. Right now I only have my bluray in hdmi 1 and xbox 360 in hdmi 2, got to have priorities.
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I ended up cutting a small hole for the double gang box at the PJ. Then at the wall behind the screen I ran the wiring up through a hole there over (11 ft) to where the PJ is. I used a long PVC pipe to fish the pull string. I can't get to that part of the attic so that's the wayI had to do it. Not really busting drywall.

Then my wires are in a wire channel down the wall behind the curtain. The power wire plugs into my battery backup. I did this so my screen and PJ are protected. Also if I have loss of power I can shut my PJ down properly.

You are way handier than I am. I'm like Tooltime Tim. My wife is laughing at me 1/2 the time from my mishaps.

I would have liked to fish the wire but my joists run perpendicular to the long side of my family room. I'll just have to use a wire channel..oh well. frown.gif
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Do u guys put the lens cover on when not using projector
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