Originally Posted by gabrielcab
With the calculators it show that i can get the image, but i'm in the limit of everything.
Then you need to be careful, make sure you can fill the screen before mounting the projector permanently.
My room is only 10' wide x 17' long so that is the more i can get, so a 9' 2:35 screen is too small?
Don't let me talk you out of a 2.35 screen! It will be fine for the front row, my only concern is it might be bit small for the back row at 17' when watching 16:9 content. A 16:9 image on a 120" scope screen will be 47x110. In the same width you could fit a 125" 16:9 screen, which would be 61x109.http://www.displaywars.com/125-inch-...120-inch-235x1
So with a 125" 16:9 screen, the 16:9 image will be about 28% larger than on a 2.35 screen, while the 2.35 image will be about the same size on both screens. This is why a 16:9 screen sometimes makes more sense than 2.35, when the room is width-limited like yours.
Also remember that if you get a 2.35 screen, the projector must be mounted with the lens no higher than the top edge of the screen. A 16:9 screen doesn't have that restriction.
I love 'scope screens, but they don't work for all rooms.