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I was thinking - would there ever be a possibility that in the home consumer environment a screen could be developed that would transform from 16:9 to 2.40:1 ? i think it would be a great idea to market it for the masses
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I was thinking - would there ever be a possibility that in the home consumer environment a screen could be developed that would transform from 16:9 to 2.40:1 ? i think it would be a great idea to market it for the masses

That would be called a Masking System.

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I'm sure you mean going from 2.40:1 to a larger height 16:9. I agree this would serve a lot of theater owners. I emailed SMX about this exact question and they did not even bother to reply to my email.


I apologize, but I don't remember seeing an email with this question. If you don't get a response from us by email, please call us. Email has allot of issues with all the spam blockers online. We get allot of emails daily and I reply to them all promptly.

Ruben

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