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After owning my InFocus 4805 for over a year and just projecting onto a wall I finally had a enough and with the help of th wife this weekend built a screen using 1x3 poplar boards from Home Depot and Black Out cloth.


I'm NOT handy at all so wasn't to thrilled of the idea of using a miter saw to cut boards and such but with the help of a neighbor was able to get it done.


It's amazing how much better the PQ is now. Feels like I have a 106" plasma in the room.


Here are a few snapshots. Which don't do it justice.

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Oh man you're in trouble now. Didn't anyone tell you that BOC is a gateway DIY screen material.



Statitics show that 80% of the people who have tried BOC will end up trying harder and more mind blowing DIY screen solution.



Just remeber you are only a paint store away from a neutral gray.


Or a Home Depot away from a Wilsonart Designer White screen....
 

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A few years ago my mantra was: "I'm only one cigarette away from a pack a day!"


Ode to DIY Mode:


Blackout is fine but given some time ...

Blackin is what's gonna make you pine

You're only a lumber store away from a Fashion Gray!

Good gosh good golly don't forget the poly!

If'n that aint right, try Designer White!

Want to smear some crud, roll a batch of Rs-MaxxMudd!

Like to spray to inspire, fling S-I-L-V-E-R or Fire!

Budget's too small, go Polywall!

Need it screwable, stick up a Do-able!

Startin to feel uneasy there's always FnEasy!

Remeber tonight, set the projector right!

Then screen shots will be nice n bright!

Now that's clever. Just remember to 'dust' your S-I-L-V-E-R.
 
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