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Join Date: Jul 1999
Location: Carmel Valley, CA USA
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So I spend part of today trying to figure out a way to put a fixed screen on the front wall--cut the tops off of the standing houseplants, move the equipment rack to the side, and move the sub out of the side corner to where the equipment rack was. Now I would be 17', not 14' away from the 52"x 92" M2500,
Mark, I ordered 8 x 11 samples of all the screen materials from Draper and from STewart. But these won't help at all with figuring out the creasing/streaking problems.
A fixed M2500 would elimintate the horizontal creases/streaking problems inherent to roll up screens.
By now we have the vertical creases/streaking on the fixed screens (although not the experience of eveyone).
I do know that Draper has said they would work with anyone with these problems. I have spoken to three tech people there in the past few days, and none acknowledge the vertical creasing, but do speak of the possibility of the "stair casing", the horizontal creasing in the roll up screens.
The worse this gets, the more I want the Draper M2500. It's that bad girl (Draper)/good girl (Stewart) conflict all over again. The bad girl sure seems more exciting.
[This message has been edited by shelly (edited December 09, 1999).]
Farewell Voom. Farewell Directv. Farewell Bell Express Vu. Farewell Dish, Farewell Comcast.
Had 6 dishes, now none. Just streaming.
Back in the early days, there were just HD demo loops, no programming. Now HD 3D and 4k.