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It’s 66 inches from the bracket to bottom of screen when fully extended. But, top of screen, when fully extended, has 11.5 inches of black-out space that could stay would up into the screen, although you should leave an inch or two of black-out to make viewing area symmetrical.
Gerald
· July 27, 2019
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It is a projector screen to project onto. It does not have HDMI ports
Shane S
· December 31, 2019
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Excellent product todo se mira nítido
Yissel
· February 24, 2020
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The manual control is on the left side
ZUEDA
Seller · May 29, 2019
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Yes. It is electrical power and a quality screen, so you should never expose it to elements like rain. But it can be “used” outside on a nice day.
Gerald
· July 27, 2019
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I mounted mine to it
robert bane
· April 1, 2019
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The back of the screen is black, you can see it from the picture.
ZUEDA
Seller · May 29, 2019
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I would say you probably could as long as it wasnt raining (U do have to plug it in) abd you had a really sturdy and string place to hang it from. Its heavy ( not, u need2 people to carry it heavy but a regar rolling or stationary projector stand wont cut it. It has strong material and it has a completely covered back… see more I would say you probably could as long as it wasnt raining (U do have to plug it in) abd you had a really sturdy and string place to hang it from. Its heavy ( not, u need2 people to carry it heavy but a regar rolling or stationary projector stand wont cut it. It has strong material and it has a completely covered back side to it thats solid black m+ no light can be seen through. The best way to describe it is (depending on your age) its exaclty the same quality and size as the ones I remember in my classrooms growing up. Except it motorized. see less I would say you probably could as long as it wasnt raining (U do have to plug it in) abd you had a really sturdy and string place to hang it from. Its heavy ( not, u need2 people to carry it heavy but a regar rolling or stationary projector stand wont cut it. It has strong material and it has a completely covered back side to it thats solid black m+ no light can be seen through. The best way to describe it is (depending on your age) its exaclty the same quality and size as the ones I remember in my classrooms growing up. Except it motorized.
Brad Grieb
· July 24, 2019
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1 inch
RICHARD WILLIAMS
· April 10, 2019
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I’m not sure wats wrong with other ppls screens, but ours does not have a bad smell to it!! Hope this helps
BigSexi
· March 6, 2020