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Join Date: Jul 1999
Location: Carmel Valley, CA USA
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Peter, If you have read the past posts about the M2500, you know that I was one of those that had to return two different M2500 screens.
You should have no reason to worry if you purchase a fixed screen, as you can always have Draper replace the M2500 with an M1300. My first replacement was free (Draper even paid the return shipping cost) as I felt the screen material to be defective.
My second return cost me $78 ( 15% restocking fee) so it was not too bad $$$. A replacement material would have cost around $200 otherwise.
If you get a motorized screen, replacement might be trickier, or at least, more expensive.
Hopefully, you will receive a perfect M2500 which will mate well with your projector.
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.