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Audiophil 04-19-2000 10:14 AM



Hello all! I just purchased about 25-30 projector screens at an auction. I plan on keeping two for my CRT projector based home cinema and selling the rest. They range in size from 80"-120" and there are makers such as Da-Light, Roper, Stewart, and I think another S company as well, can't remember the name off the top of my head. My question is I would like to keep one 120" for future needs/backup and an 80" to use now. What would go well with a Data-grade Sony 1031Q CRT projector? I will be using it set to 80". Also, anyone know what these things are worth each anyway? I really don't want to keep all of them as they are bulky and I only need two for my cinema anyhow. Will post here and in the CRT and LCD projector forums so someone here can get them. Thanks all! Also, one that looked real nice was a Roper model 150 monitor series it said. Small size (when rolled up) and it looked like it would work well white-ness wise with the output of my projector....if that makes sense. Thanks!

-Audiophil



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wireburn 04-20-2000 06:24 AM

Mark-

I am interested in a 92x52 manual or electric screen. If you have one of those, or a 4x3 in a 90-95" width that looks good pulled down partway, I would like to know how much you'd want for it.

Thanks,
-Mike Leslie

Audiophil 04-20-2000 06:45 AM


Ok, if none of the experts here respond then I will just try each and every screen until I find the two that I like, then the rest everyone here on AVS that wants one can have them for like $20-30 each. They are all in great shape, no tears, wrinkles, or stains....I think this is because I got them from my University and most of the time I am in class I see they are rolled up and never in use in the larger lecture halls. They are all manual as well. Will post back here after I find two that work well with my CRT projector.

-Audiophil



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