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  1. DIY Screens
    Hey everyone. First time poster here, but have been lurking for a bit. I have recently painted a 120" screen for my BenQw1070, roughly 3 weeks ago. Since then I have discovered that it is hotspotting, and its very noticeable during some scenes, especially football games where the grass color...
  2. DIY Screens
    Recently I have started noticing a hot spot on my 100" Wilson Art screen. I would like to know if I can fix it and how. I have read some threads about the issue and it seems someone used a polyutherane from Behr and it appeared to work, however I cant seem to find the exact Poly-Utherane the...
  3. DIY Screens
    hey. need some help sorting out my diy screen issues. ive spent countless hours reading about all the options since i ordered my projector in dec. its an epson 1760w. i primed then painted a 97x48" hardboard with sherwin williams proclassic satin in unique gray. the best roller i could find was...
  4. DIY Screens
    Hi all... I have hot-spotting issues on my newly-painted screen (Sherwin-Williams ProClassic Interior Acrylic Latex, Satin sheen, tinted SW6260 (Unique Gray)). Apparently, the sheen of the Satin ProClassic paint is too much for my projector. What is a good solution to this issue? Is there a...
  5. DIY Screens
    I aquired a sample of WA DW matt -60 yesterday. The first thing I noticed is that it hotspots horribly. My understanding was that the WA DW would make a good screen, but certainly not the material I got. After perusing several forums I've noticed others with the same experience. And yet many...
  6. General Screen Discussion
    Hi everyone! Can someone clarify what hotspotting is? I went to home depot today and got a sample of the famous wilsonart Designer white Matte finish. I held it up to my existing Da-lite pull down to compare brightness and what I noticed is that it has a very noticeable increase in...
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