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    Hey guys,

    just wondering what kind of projector screen cloth do i need in order to have a fairly cheap projector screen? Can i get a good projector screen cloth from some local hardware store? or do i need to have those special types of projector screens...which r kinda expensive?

    plz advice!

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    You can just use a white sheet or a white wall.

    We have a projector set up in our living room just playing on a big wall.

    GTA rawks on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanB
    You can just use a white sheet or a white wall.

    We have a projector set up in our living room just playing on a big wall.

    GTA rawks on it
    I'm jealous.

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    Yes, any opaque white surface will work. And try to have it matte, if it is glossy it might look weird. If you want to go really economical, besides using a white wall, just go to deli, and ask them if you can have some white paper. And tell them it is for a school project or something.
    Last edited by orcutt989; 11-30-2004 at 09:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orcutt989
    Yes, any opaque white surface will work. And try to have it matte, if it is glossy it might look weird. If you want to go really economical, besides using a white wall, just go to deli, and ask them if you can have some white paper. And tell them it is for a school project or something.
    or you can take printing paper and tape it on the wall...hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Elmo
    or you can take printing paper and tape it on the wall...hehe
    will that really work??

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    they make paint for about 75 bucks I would just buy a permeate screen or buy the material and mount it your self

    http://www.projectorcentral.com/ has some great links

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameer0807
    will that really work??

    lol yes it will work...no you would not want to do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Elmo
    lol yes it will work...no you would not want to do that
    damn you got me excited over there…..if i can do that..then that would have been the best way....

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    Why dont you just project it onto a white wall? There really is no difference. The surface just needs to be continuous and smooth.

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