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For those who have tried both: how do the DIY Parkland Plastics screen results compare with a basic matte white paint finish on silky smooth drywall? (projector will most likely be HS10, so anything that can help CR and black levels will be important)


Second question: how flexible is the Parkland material? People mention it being rolled-up when it is delivered. If it's really that flexible, has anyone tried a portable (roll up and put away) Parkland screen?


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I don't think you would want to build a roll up out of the parkland material. It is a semirigid vinyl product. It can be rolled up, but I think you will find that it could take hours to fully uncurl to something flat enough to project onto without any annoying distortion. There are threads where people talk about letting it relax after shipping before mounting it.
 

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A portable screen is not a possibility with this material. It is quite difficult to work with and would be unmanageable if used in this fashion. That said it is incredible as a screen once you get it flat. Noticably better than paint, striking in comparison to blackout material.
 
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