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There is no mount on screen frame for a tripod. You can put this screen on a table or hang it. I hang it outside my RV using command hooks.
Vincent Cannuscio
· August 7, 2017
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I am pretty sure the projector projects the 3D, and this screen will work,
Tech@Support
Manufacturer · April 4, 2017
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I have no idea. Ask the Company.
P.S.Kosley
· August 23, 2019
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Just got mine and I don’t think it’s adjustable. Mine won’t lock at any setting other than fully extended.
Alexi V
· March 7, 2020
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33 across including boarders... 31 without
7854
· August 2, 2018
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It depends upon the chair. Are you leaning it against the back? This screen is tall and thin, so it is fairly unstable. It has a "leg" that you can turn 90° from the direction of the screen to help. On a table, I sometimes use a woodworking clamp to clamp the leg to the table. That makes it pretty stable. I also once u… see more It depends upon the chair. Are you leaning it against the back? This screen is tall and thin, so it is fairly unstable. It has a "leg" that you can turn 90° from the direction of the screen to help. On a table, I sometimes use a woodworking clamp to clamp the leg to the table. That makes it pretty stable. I also once used an easel with this screen, and that worked pretty well. see less It depends upon the chair. Are you leaning it against the back? This screen is tall and thin, so it is fairly unstable. It has a "leg" that you can turn 90° from the direction of the screen to help. On a table, I sometimes use a woodworking clamp to clamp the leg to the table. That makes it pretty stable. I also once used an easel with this screen, and that worked pretty well.
Dr Rick
· November 17, 2020
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Yes, it is very lightweight and portable.
Gabriel Fuentes
· June 27, 2019
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The screen stand is 3 feet. The screen width is 2 feet 10 inches - that includes a one inch black frame one each side.
Jean
· June 26, 2019
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It’s like a 32 inch screen
Lou
· June 3, 2019
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It has a little flip-out leg in the middle. It is only about 3 inches. That’s enough inside on a stable surface. I do sometimes use a plastic carpentry clamp attaching that leg to a table in a less-stable situation.
Dr Rick
· January 22, 2021