I was thinking of experimenting with material from Joanne's. By any chance, do you have any more info on the material you purchased from them? Also, if it's not too much trouble, some screen shots Thanks
I've have the Projecta 106" paired with an Epson 8350 and it works very well. I really like the screen, no issues with hot spotting, sparkling, etc. Also, no wrinkles after 1 yr of use. My only wish is that they made a 120 since I now want to go bigger. I'm currently testing a lower cost Elite 120" with MaxWhite material and it is not as good as the Projecta. I don't think you will be disappointed with it.
I was thinking of getting a CineWhite screen. I currently have the MaxWhite and I don't like how it handles bright scenes - it seems to hotspot. Your comment about sparkles has me worried that it may be the same. Can you tell me how big the sample is and how you ordered it - I couldn't find it on their website.Thanks
For the last year I have been using a 106in Projecta model B screen (manual pull down) I purchased from Bestbuy with an epson 8350. I have found this to be a great combo, but recently decided to add a 120in screen so that I could have a larger image for 2:35 movies. So two screens, one for each aspect ratio. I ended up getting an Elite M120XWH2 (manual pull down) as it was inexpensive and I could return it if it didn't work out. I found it to generally be quite good and...