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Topic # 228686 17-Jan-2018 11:49
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BRATECK 100" Projector Screen  about $160

 

On Trademe    About $104

 

So is mainly used in darkened room tripod stand Is the Brateck that much better than the cheap and cheerful on TM?

 

suggestions and advice please





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  Reply # 1941703 17-Jan-2018 21:25
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$104 is cheap for a projector screen... some you'll find are just dirty cheap.

 

If you're using an older projector or a data projector then you'll be fine spending one hundred and change.

 

 


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  Reply # 1941707 17-Jan-2018 21:45
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Those are both 4:3 options, so when used on 16:9 it will be considerably smaller too.





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  Reply # 1941769 18-Jan-2018 01:16
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richms:

 

Those are both 4:3 options, so when used on 16:9 it will be considerably smaller too.

 

 

hmmmm good point the 16:9 format would be a better idea





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  Reply # 1942154 18-Jan-2018 20:29
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Try Phifer Shearweave 4500 (Chalk).

 

It is acoustic transparent (openess 5%) should you wish to use it.

 

Available from Topfab Auckland.

 

4500 Chalk  249cm (width)  @ $49.24 + gst per  L/mtr

 

 


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  Reply # 1943236 19-Jan-2018 07:48
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FOOTNOTE:

 

If you choose the acoustic transparent Shearweave material be aware that moire patterns will be displayed unless you tilt the fabric around 24 degrees or more off 'straight'.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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