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post #1 of 5 Old 02-02-2001, 11:04 PM - Thread Starter
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It's quit possible this motorized Draper is sold...now I'm looking for the screen I'll own for the next 10 to 12 years.
I prefer something in 1.3 to 1.5 gain, 16X9 @ 92" wide (give or take a few inches)
Where do you place Stewart's product as far as material quality, do they offer different grades of screen material?...[b]and if they do offer different grades, is the image quality that much better with the upgraded material?

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Would you know where I can get some info on their products?
A stange thing happens when I try to do a search for "stewart screens" I bounce between to web sites, but never stay on either long enough to connect???
Never mind I found them.

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Thanks Mike I will chech into it, in fact if I go with Stewart (and I don't see a reason not to) I will get velux on it.

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After visiting Stewart's wed site I have noticed their screens mount to the back of the frame vs. Draper's that mount to the front of the frame...is there any advantage to having the screen mounted to the back? They call it a "shadow box" effect.
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