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Fixed frames anyone?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Les E, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. Les E

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    Anyone any recommendations for fixed frame screens?

    I have one place in my mind but want to check out further examples before buying.
     
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    Les are you planning on DIY or wanting to purchase one?
     
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    Hi ,
    have a look at the Smart View fixed frame , nice bit of kit easy to use and choice of surfaces.

    :D
     
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    I recommend a frame that has a black felt or velvet covering.

    Being able to soak up any overscan on to the frame is important for getting a nice image. Not only that they tend to look much nicer when the lights are on. If you are after a decent unit on a budget look no further than Beamax, they are forum sponsors helpful and are great to work with.

    Gordon
     
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    i just bought and installed my Da-lite permwall 92" HDTV-format high contrast cinema vision screen and i'm loving every inch of it!!!!! super eassssy to mount (took 15mins) and it is so light that you can easily do any minor horizontal adjustments to make it a perfect fit onto the projected image....
     

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