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We've covered projectors, but what about the screens? Do you even need one or will a blank wall do the trick? Robert gives you the basics and explains concepts like automatic masking and cinecurve. Watch the video to find out how to get the most out of your projector setup, regardless of your budget.

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HDTV Recommendations for Under $850

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