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post #31 of 33 Old 12-12-2011, 09:52 PM
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Looks to be a case of yer "Gittin' it Dun!"

I will be anxiously awaiting the promised Pics.

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post #32 of 33 Old 12-24-2011, 05:23 PM - Thread Starter
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I have the theater up and running, I still have a lot of tweaking to do yet.. But the screen looks just amazing..

Thanx again for your help MM..

I dont have the boarder up yet.. But I do have the constant image height set.. The detail is just stunning in both formats.. I am almost considering not putting a boarder up....My reason is this if I do put the boarder up in 2:35.1 ratio as I had suggested when I go to 16.9 I will see side bars... The way I have it set now I only two things to look at.. The picture and the rest of the wall which is white.. but I dont see any ugle boarder... It gives off a super clean appearance...Have you ever seen anyone do this?

Pics will be posted in the AM...
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One man's "ugly" is another man's Wife.

Beauty is in the eye of.....,

But a Floating screen is a very desirable thing to many...however it's usually done with the Screen set onto a very dark wall surface. With a white wall, the projected Masking Bars can usually be seen as being a faint "gray" color. But if you have it nailed down to where your liking what you see, then that's a true measure of a successful DIY Screen.

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