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DRH Screens / both sides usable?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by hansrob9, Jan 11, 2005.

  1. hansrob9

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    Hi,

    Just got my screen this morning but haven't opened it yet. I have a few options to fix it on the wall, but in one of them I would end up projecting on the back of the screen.

    Has anyone done this? Is this possible?

    Thanks
     
  2. nero0410

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    What model is it??

    slimline, regular etc....

    If you let me know the model I will find out

    cheers

    tris
     
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    I ordered first thing on Monday morning and dispatched the same day.

    This is the slimline 203*114 I believe.
     
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    On the order table (if you did it online) did you put 1 in the first quantity box or the second one?? As 1 is the normal matt screen and the second box is the rear projection material

    http://www.drhscreens.co.uk/slimline_matrix.asp

    Hope this helps

    tris
     
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    I ordered the normal matt screen as I'll be doing front projection. my question is more about whether both sides of the material are ok to project pictures on.

    it is difficult to explain, but I'll be using this screen in front of a window, and there is a curtain hanging casing about 10cm in front of the window. So I could use this casing to hand the projector, but in this case, it would end up facing the window itself, not the room. So I would have to project (and watch) on the back of the screen.

    Hope this makes sense.

    There is also the option of using the ceiling itself, in which case I don't have that problem, but the fixing won't be as easy.
     
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    It makes sense to me (me thinks :) )

    I dont think you'll be able to project onto the back of it, as I think the back would be black. I too have to hang my screen in front of a window, however I'm not too sure on my ceiling so I have a piece of wood streatching across my room and I'm going to try to hang it from that. (pics will be inn my thread so you'll see what I mean.

    Hop that answered your question, and made sense too.

    cheers

    tris
     
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    Thanks for the reply. I guess this is sheer impatience. If the back is black as you say, that makes my question a very stupid one... :blush:

    I guess I'll go back on planinng hanging it from the ceiling (as you do).
     
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    The back of my DRH screen is black.
     

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