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Steve_Smith

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Short story - I had a LG 55' 3DTV (passive glasses) which died last year (taking about 90 3D Blu ray titles with it), but after talking with someone I know I got the urge to try one more time before prices go even higher, and to be real honest I missed watching those 3D films. :) I've never gone the route of projectors before, and I don't know anyone that has, but I bought the Epson 2150 because I'm not really going all in for 4K after spending a few thousand on 3D before this. I live in a 2 bedroom apartment so as far as screens go I'm not to go big on spending the money on a wall unit or fixed frame. I was looking at going for a tri-pod setup - 120 inch 16:9 3D active ready for about $200 (from a California company if names matter or not), does anyone have experience with the tri-pod screen set up in the home? I'm mostly wondering if this is better then say a hanging, stretch type with push pins for $45.00.
 

Steve_Smith

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I really went back and forth on the fixed frame while renting vs fixed frame while owning and I saw the one you posted but ended up going (good or bad LOL) with:

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