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ProHT 120" Electric Projection Screen w/ White Frame EXPIRED

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Fry's.com has ProHT 120" Electric Projection Screen w/ White Frame (05356) for $151.47 - $80 w/ promo code 2288 = $71.47. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits. Thanks thoomin

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  • The 120" Projector Screen comes in a strong modern aluminum housing with two plastic end covers. Using the self-lock mechanism, the screen can be adjusted quickly and easily to the size that is needed. It can easily be mounted on the wall in your home theater, school room, conference room, or restaurant.
  • Our research indicates that ProHT 120" Electric Projection Screen w/ White Frame (05356) is $80 less (52.80% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $151.50. -slickdewmaster

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120" Motorized Screen, marked as $151.47, drops to $71.47 with your promocode or the code 2288. Expires tomorrow, 5/25, seemingly. I have no personal knowledge of the quality, but the reviews on Home Depot put it at a 4.5 stars with 17 reviews. Also, it's only 5 bucks more than the 100" manual screen, soooooo, yeah.

Happy moviewatching.

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Note after a while you get waves with this screen. putting some weight inside the bar at bottom of screen may help.

Other thoughts is that I painted mine with Behr Silver Screen paint to make it a light gray for better contrast and less blow back of light. This is if you projector is bright like my HD141x which is even too bright.

Adding 1 ounce black flat and 1 ounce dark pewter (semi gloss) to Behr Silver Screen flat is a known secret mixture. (vary amount as you see fit)

Experiment first before painting your screen.

Using Silver Screen Behr will reduce the gain on your screen but will improve contrast and no hot spots and excellent angle viewing.

I stop using pull down screens and instead ripped out the screen from old pull down and taxed it against the wall 13 feet away to create 120 inch. It was painted with Silver Screen which made a huge difference. Make sure you use a 6 inch foam roller. Take your time. 2 coats each. Let dry more than 8 hours per coat. Dont roll up for week or more. Latex cures slowly.

If you ceiling is white, you need to cover it with black cloth or the ceiling will blow back light to the screen. Same goes for sides.

Its not going to look as good as LED tv....but at 120 inches GOT was fantastic to watch.

If for any reason you get your screen and it has any waves or imperfections, take your screen outside with the black facing the sun and roll it down with some light weights on the bar. The heat will remove all imperfections. Let it cool before rolling it up .

Have fun. Want to really test your screen. Run 4K youtube video of tropical birds and you really be able to calibrate your projector. Even if you projector is 1080p running 4K is fantastic because the better the quality the better the projection.

For outside, you better off with screen kit with bungle cords and EMT tubing (electrical tubing). Easy setup and remove or a Blow up screen which is really cool. Bigger is better for outside if you have a bright projector. 120 inch is about my limit for my home with wide couch and 15 feet back wall to projection wall excluding the couch.

Just want the screen only. Same PVC...ebay has it for 16 bucks with free shipping in a Tube (not folded). Never get a folded screen. You can make your own frame to tack to the wall. Use sun again to soften PVC to get rid of imperfections.

Excellent price for 70 bucks. Assuming they have in stock.
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Kinda wanna use it as a blackout shade for my bedroom window. Cheaper then any other motorized solution
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Impressive. For less than a bar tab, and far easier than finishing a wall to perfection and specifications (easily 12 hours mud/paint work for a seasoned contractor ) I'm in w/ hope it works with my Epson. Thanks
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Impressive. For less than a bar tab, and far easier than finishing a wall to perfection and specifications (easily 12 hours mud/paint work for a seasoned contractor ) I'm in w/ hope it works with my Epson. Thanks
And it's retractable with gears... and... cogs and ... stuff ;]
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Here's one similar (but it's a 100" screen) on amazon for $75 for those of you who couldn't get one of the Inland brands... https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Elect...tor&sr=8-8
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Here's one similar (but it's a 100" screen) on amazon for $75 for those of you who couldn't get one of the Inland brands... https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Elect...tor&sr=8-8 [amazon.com]
thats 4:3
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Here's one similar (but it's a 100" screen) on amazon for $75 for those of you who couldn't get one of the Inland brands... https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Elect...tor&sr=8-8 [amazon.com]
who the hell would want a 4:3 screen in this day and age??
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who the hell would want a 4:3 screen in this day and age??
Don't extend the screen all the way. Bam, it's 16:9, just not 100".
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This is a great deal. I purchased this about 10 months ago for $150 and use it daily. It is a bit slow to extend and retract, but it is great to keep it out of the way. The only thing I haven't figured out is how to adjust the limit stops for how far it goes down to align with the projector. If anyone has this info, please let me know!
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