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“Yes, we now have New Rear Projection Material, Please see ASIN B07F2R3RJY there are 5 different sizes of Rear Projection Material for each screen size!”
Visual Apex
Manufacturer · October 3, 2018
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“Yes, we now have New Rear Projection Material, Please see ASIN B07F2R3RJY there are 5 different sizes of Rear Projection Material for each screen size!”
Visual Apex
Manufacturer · October 3, 2018
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No it works inside. I used it for work in a wherehouse and everyone could see just fine.
C Joyner
· April 24, 2016
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I have been folding it the way that it came which is...first fold it in half along the short side (think hot dog not hamburger). Then fold that in half along the longer side (hamburger this time). From there I fold it in the same direction as the last fold in 9" sections starting from the creased edge (not the open edg… see more I have been folding it the way that it came which is...first fold it in half along the short side (think hot dog not hamburger). Then fold that in half along the longer side (hamburger this time). From there I fold it in the same direction as the last fold in 9" sections starting from the creased edge (not the open edge). Hint: I use one of the cardboard inserts that came with the original packing to help with the distance. That should fold over 6 or so times and give you a perfect fit in the bag it came with to store the screen. see less I have been folding it the way that it came which is...first fold it in half along the short side (think hot dog not hamburger). Then fold that in half along the longer side (hamburger this time). From there I fold it in the same direction as the last fold in 9" sections starting from the creased edge (not the open edge). Hint: I use one of the cardboard inserts that came with the original packing to help with the distance. That should fold over 6 or so times and give you a perfect fit in the bag it came with to store the screen.
Danny Lazear
· April 25, 2016
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This has a gain of 1.1 Matte White.
Visual Apex
Seller · April 7, 2015
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I have one set up and it is an inch short of the 8 foot ceiling
Seachaser
· October 25, 2016
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According to their website, the height is 104.5 inches (so roughly 8 feet 9 inches), width of the screen is 133 inches (so 11 feet 1 inch), and the legs spread out to 43.5 inches long (roughly 3 feet 8 inches) and the screen itself is positioned in the middle of the leg expanse. I own this screen, and that certainly s… see more According to their website, the height is 104.5 inches (so roughly 8 feet 9 inches), width of the screen is 133 inches (so 11 feet 1 inch), and the legs spread out to 43.5 inches long (roughly 3 feet 8 inches) and the screen itself is positioned in the middle of the leg expanse. I own this screen, and that certainly seems true to what I remember of when the screen is set up. see less According to their website, the height is 104.5 inches (so roughly 8 feet 9 inches), width of the screen is 133 inches (so 11 feet 1 inch), and the legs spread out to 43.5 inches long (roughly 3 feet 8 inches) and the screen itself is positioned in the middle of the leg expanse. I own this screen, and that certainly seems true to what I remember of when the screen is set up.
tigertimmy
· January 11, 2015
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Yes , we use it a lot out in the garage/man cave to watch football and nascar .. The legs are easily removed and there are 2 tabs that can be used to hang on wall. I have 12 foot ceilings in my garage so I just leave the legs on so can move it around.
Amazon Customer
· March 3, 2016
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This item is just the screen. It is meant to be used with a projector. Nothing plugs into the screen. Our setup is a projector that is hooked into a laptop and additional stereo speakers are hooked into the laptop for more volume. The laptop is what actually controls what is played on the projector and it is also t… see more This item is just the screen. It is meant to be used with a projector. Nothing plugs into the screen. Our setup is a projector that is hooked into a laptop and additional stereo speakers are hooked into the laptop for more volume. The laptop is what actually controls what is played on the projector and it is also the "speaker". If the laptop volume isn't loud enough for what you're doing you will need to attach more speakers. see less This item is just the screen. It is meant to be used with a projector. Nothing plugs into the screen. Our setup is a projector that is hooked into a laptop and additional stereo speakers are hooked into the laptop for more volume. The laptop is what actually controls what is played on the projector and it is also the "speaker". If the laptop volume isn't loud enough for what you're doing you will need to attach more speakers.
Sheila R. Ruiz
· January 19, 2016
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Maybe five minutes. Easiest setup ever!
Christine Pearce
· September 14, 2017