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WOW is what came to mind when i stood back to look at my 140" 16.9 screen. The wall was perfectly flat apart from a few marks that i filled. Next off to Bunnings to buy 2L British Paints ultra flat white designed for theatre screens and low sheen Nippon Black 75mm border. The cost only $36

The reason i made another screen is my 180" 16.9 is too big for the HT room. Im buying black acoustic curtains for the room 5m wide and 6m long. I have brought a calibration DVD and When i find the camera i will post pics up im very happy with the result and the picture. cheers Troy:yay2:
 

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well its ok due to it being very flat the guy in bunnings said its more flat than low sheen. I watched miami vice and it looked realy good the borders were ok no bleed out or shine on the border cant wait to calibrate cheers Troy
 

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That's good to hear..

I'll be making a temporary border myself shortly, while I wait for the velvet to arrive..
I might take a look at that Nippon paint..
 

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I cant wait to finish my HT room. I will be building 2 24" sono subs with 18" Mach 5 tuned to 15Hz not to mention the 75L 12" Audiopipe i have up front. The sonosubs are for the rear cant wait for the thunder to strike i want to start building next week cheers Troy
 
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