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post #1 of 4 Old 04-23-2012, 11:38 PM - Thread Starter
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Instead of compromising 2D and 3D picture quality with just one screen, has anyone installed 2 screens on the theater stage?
What I mean is to have a fixed 2D screen and a motorized 3D silver screen.
The motorized screen would have to be hidden nicely behind the loft above the stage to make it look good.
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I've seen a two screens approach posted here before. One 16:9 and one 2.35:1
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Yes. Stewart makes a motorized screen for that exact purpose. Although there hasn't be a lot of action on that model once their 5D material came out.

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Forum member Craig Peer uses a dual electric screen set up in his theater for different aspect ratios. If you search the forums with his name you should come up with some photos of his set up.
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