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I'm trying to choose between a Stewart studiotek 100 or 130. 2.35 125" dia.

My theater is 20' deep 12' wide and completely light controlled. My projector is a JVC RS4810

I'm looking for the best 2D picture, little to no 3D at all.

Thanks
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What is your room like? Have a photo of it ?

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Right now it is framed, drywall goes in next week.
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Well went with the 130, would like to thank everyone for their insight, experiences, opinions and info.
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Looks like with a 130" wide screen, you are going to be within an inch or two of having wall to wall screen. One thing for sure, you will not have to wonder about a larger screen. smile.gif Should be nice, when it is done. Something you might consider, placing your seating on top of a riser, so that it is decoupled from the floor. Doing that means you will get more of a tactical feel from the subs.

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