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Two thumbs up for constant area. Not sure why more people don't go this route,
And since projectors (using zoom) allow you so much variation in image sizes, I'm sometimes amazed more people don't go even further to a Variable Image Size system. See links below my name.

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Deromax, the links to the pictures in your thread are all broken.
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Deromax, the links to the pictures in your thread are all broken.
I know! The first paragraph on the first post explains why!
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Oh, I missed that part. Anyway I found your pictures.
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Here's an unaltered screenshot of the new Matinee Black material. I've been enjoying working on these new materials over the past couple years, even though they're not AT. In my world, every home theater should be a dedicated, darkened, wall full of audio/video perfection (btw, looking forward to David's open "theater" tomorrow!), but also need to realize that not everyone can have true batcaves. There are ceilings that the boss won't allow to be painted, and windows that need stay open.

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Chris is this screen free of artifacs,shimmering,noise in the image? And what is the lead time once the screen is ordered?

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Any pictures of how the curved frames mounting brackets will work. I'm in the process of building a false wall which my screen will be attached to and want to make sure I won't have any issues when I order my screen in a couple weeks. (I've seen the fixed frame instructions, but doesn't talk about the curved options - http://seymourav.com/articles/Center...structions.pdf, or maybe its the same french-cleat option)

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Chris, is the XD material discontinued?
What was the rated attenuation? I've lost my notes.

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Any pictures of how the curved frames mounting brackets will work. I'm in the process of building a false wall which my screen will be attached to and want to make sure I won't have any issues when I order my screen in a couple weeks. (I've seen the fixed frame instructions, but doesn't talk about the curved options - http://seymourav.com/articles/Center...structions.pdf, or maybe its the same french-cleat option)

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I have a 150" curved 2.35 Seymour...the mounting cleat is a just a curved french cleat. Center cleat is about 24-30 inches...then there are 2 L brackets that attached at the bottom outside edges of the frame to keep screen locked in place. Super easy to install...sorry for no pics.

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I have a 150" curved 2.35 Seymour...the mounting cleat is a just a curved french cleat. Center cleat is about 24-30 inches...then there are 2 L brackets that attached at the bottom outside edges of the frame to keep screen locked in place. Super easy to install...sorry for no pics.
So is the wall you mounted the frame to curved? Or does the back of french cleat go against a flat wall, but the actual cleat comes out of the wall and is curved to align with the screen frame? If you happen to have a picture maybe that would help me...

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Chris, is the XD material discontinued?
What was the rated attenuation? I've lost my notes.
No, the XD is still all over the site. The attenuation averages -1.4dB. Additional information is on the screens page: http://www.seymourav.com/screens.asp

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So is the wall you mounted the frame to curved? Or does the back of french cleat go against a flat wall, but the actual cleat comes out of the wall and is curved to align with the screen frame? If you happen to have a picture maybe that would help me...

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You can do either. If you curve your wall or mounting surface to a 40' radius, then you can simply mount it to that by flexing the hanging brackets (smaller ones are recommended and they can be trimmed). If you mount it on a flat wall, it comes with a welded steel wall adapter bracket for the top center ~50" and two, adjustable L-brackets for the bottom corners.

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No, the XD is still all over the site. The attenuation averages -1.4dB. Additional information is on the screens page: http://www.seymourav.com/screens.asp

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Thanks, I must be blind (looking in the wrong spot).
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So is the wall you mounted the frame to curved? Or does the back of french cleat go against a flat wall, but the actual cleat comes out of the wall and is curved to align with the screen frame? If you happen to have a picture maybe that would help me...

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The wall I mounted to is flat. The cleat is curved, the steel mounting strip mounts to a flat or curved wall. You don't need to do any special prep to your wall for a curved screen. I was planning for a normal "flat" screen during my build and decided to go with curved at the last minute.

No picture...I don't want to take the screen down. Trust me, you'll be fine.
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