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While some people opt for very large size screens (good luck to them) I for one believe the image loses a little snap at that size.
I have a Stewart Studiotek 130(1.3 gain) electric tab tentioned model 87 inch wide (100 inch diagonal) 16x9 which I use for mostly viewing dvd's.
I also have an 808 and I have to tell you that the image just looks beautifull. The contrast, colours etc are simply superb. This is my third and last screen, and I have to tell you that I was getting a little fed cheesed off to keep upgrading all the time. I was not sure the Stewart was worth the extra money over all the other manufacturers but I am now. I have the best, end of story.
I noticed that you are a 4x3 fan, do you watch a lot of 4x3?
Personaly I prefer widescreen. I watch very small amounts of 4x3 and this I squeeze in the middle of the screen.
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