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Screen solution For Sanyo Z3

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by skullmurdoc, Nov 24, 2004.

  1. skullmurdoc

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    I guy's,

    I’m looking for a good Screen solution For Sanyo Z3.
    I want to do it myself. But not to complex
    I want a 90 to 100 inch screen width.
    My room is light control with dark wall (Black apple)

    the only thing that could reflect some light is my floor. Witch is a maple floating floor. (But I will have a rug in front of the screen)

    So what should I go for in your opinion? Grey, White!

    Give me your suggestion.

    Thanks

    Fred
     
  2. inzaman

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    If you are building a fixed frame screen you could use white black out material
    and see how it lokks once you have projected an image onto it.
    If you are not entirely happy with it then you could pain it icestorm 6 and give this a try. I used to use an icestorm 5/6 mix with my Z2 but as the Z3 has more contrast ratio then you should get away with 6.
     
  3. avanzato

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    Are you after a fixed or roll up screen. If you want a fixed one the easiest way if you have a smooth wall to project onto is just to paint the wall with matte white paint. Try the icestorm inzaman mentions as well if you want as it only takes about 15mins to mask and paint the screen on the wall.
     
  4. skullmurdoc

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    I'm looking for a fix frame. I think that I will try to paint a wall one side white and one side soft grey. Ill then have a better of where to go.

    Thanks Guy's

    Fred
     

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