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I always use 2.35:1 zoom for 16x9 (and of course, 2.35) material. My screen is 72"H and 144"W, so with a 16x9 pic it is 128"W, but with 17x9 (as it is with 2.35 zoom) it is 136"W. I thus get 8" more in width. True, this looses a couple of inches from the 16x9 pic, but this is not noticeable. (For 2.35 sources I zoom to fill the 144" width, having a pic ~ 61"H; I lens shift this to the bottom of the screen and have all the 'black bar' at the top, where it is hardly noticeable.)

What kind of projector? Throw distance?
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What kind of projector? Throw distance?

This is a Sony VW1000 thread so he's likely talking about the VW1000.
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What kind of projector? Throw distance?

Yes, a Sony1000, at min throw distance, with the lens right at mid-screen vertically, and about 2 ft off mid-screen horizontally.
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The projectors are great Wolfgang, but man I realllllllllly love those theater seats. They look so comfy. They're awesome? Who makes those?


Thanks Joey
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