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I just ordered an Epson 8100 and I was going to get 104" fixed frame screen for my apartment, but I may decide to buy a house at the end of the year. Since I don't know how the new home will be able to accommodate a projector I just want to wait until after I move or decide that I'm not moving to spend a bunch of money on a screen.


I can't paint my walls, they are currently beige.


What can I do for a DIY screen that will give good results? (better then just projecting it on my beige, very dinged up wall)
 

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Just head out to a hancock or joann fabrics and ask for black out cloth. Run out and buy 1 by 3's and make a frame. Its all over U-tube on how to do it. Its exactly what im going. I just pulled it tight, and stapled it. Works perfect.
 

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Originally Posted by lkaxt /forum/post/18167704


I just ordered an Epson 8100 and I was going to get 104" fixed frame screen for my apartment, but I may decide to buy a house at the end of the year. Since I don't know how the new home will be able to accommodate a projector I just want to wait until after I move or decide that I'm not moving to spend a bunch of money on a screen.


I can't paint my walls, they are currently beige.


What can I do for a DIY screen that will give good results? (better then just projecting it on my beige, very dinged up wall)

I got a good solution for you, but you need to pm me. Its a grey screen with about 1.5 gain and easy to adhere to a painted wall. No need to construct a frame, just stick it to your wall.
 

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Why the secretive PM? Aren't we all deserving of your "good solution?"

Mainly because its DIY but also I will be selling it and I thought the rules of this forum doesn't allow me to self promote. If interested I will gladly tell what it is.
 
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