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post #1 of 2 Old 05-14-2014, 10:49 AM - Thread Starter
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I figured I would just ask the exerts so here goes. I just moved from a house with a 13X26 media room which I had Modia install 140 inch fixed Stewart filmscreen in. It looked incredible with my Epson 8350. The new owner of the home bought the whole home theater from me so I am starting over in our new house. My new theater is 13X20 with another 8350. It is completely black when I close it up so no light whatsoever to deal. I'm thinking due to only 2 rows instead of 3 i'll go down to 125 inches. I really don't want to pay Modia another 2500 for a screen though. I figure i'll do it myself. I'd like to end up under 1K. It will be fixed as well. What about curved? Thanks ahead of time.
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You should consider the Stewart Cima Neve - it's much more reasonable in price than the regular screen line. I own one and love it. Give us a call if you want pricing. Then you can decide if you want to do a DIY screen.

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