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Screen help

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by xander_rander, Aug 19, 2004.

  1. xander_rander

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    Hi people,

    im getting a Themescene H30 and what i need help with now is this: -

    i have a £500 budget to get a Projector Screen!

    The screen will be on my ceiling to pull downwards

    And my projection size of the screen will be 80"

    Can anyone reccomend some g0od screens/companys

    Thanks people :clap:
     
  2. mrapbp

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    Try DRH, a lot of people here have used them (including me) and they are very good screens!

    For your budget you could get the slimline electric screen which has proved to be very good.
     
  3. alpha10

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    second that for DRH, I have a slimline that I use with my H30. Very pleased with it.

    Never really been sure why people spend so much on other screens..........
     
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    For that much you could probably get an electric screen!
     
  5. JamesPA

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    I'm very happy with a Draper Luma pull-down screen bought from av-sales.co.uk. They made it to custom size with extra black area at the top - a lot of other screen companies will do that too. But as has been said, for your money you might also be able to afford an electric one. :cool:

    James
     

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