i bought my 4805 , IM SO EXCITED, but someone help with screen please

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  1. paula_mcleskey

    paula_mcleskey Auditioning

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    i got the projector from projector center, ?

    on theire site projectorcenter.com , it talks about a free 76 inch screen that I can get

    can someone tell me what kind of screen this is and maybe a link to some stats of this screen, I have to ahve soemthing to search on it since I have to wait fro my projector to get here


    im 19 and if there are any other freaks like me around my age that is obsessed with movies, sound equipment and projection , if you wanna chat , on a messenger, email me at [email protected]
     
  2. Scott L

    Scott L Producer

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    19 girl into home theater OMGWTFBBQ!!11

    Anyways I would call Projector Center for details, I bought my 4805 from them too and the salesperson was pretty knowledgable over the phone. My screen size is roughly 76" too, I only wish I bought the pj when this deal was going on!
     
  3. RANDY FISHER

    RANDY FISHER Second Unit

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    It's a low cost 76" diagonal wall mountable pull down. Matte white material. Should be decent as a starter screen. I just got my 4805 and love it but plan to sell the screen to recoup some of the cost from the upgrade from my X1. I made a fixed wall mount screen with 1 x 3 lumber and Da-Lite HCCV grey screen material (70" diag.) for about $125 total. Build your own and save a ton. Matte white material is OK but a grey screen material like Stewarts Firehawk or Da-Lites HCCV really makes a DLP projector shine.(no pun intended)

    BTW, my X1 is listed under hardware for sale....low hours.

    Randy
     

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