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Seymour Reference Frame with Manual AT Masking + Stewart AT Ultramatte 150 Screen

Anyone know if it's possible to pair a Seymour Reference Frame with a Stewart Screen? What I'm thinking of doing is using a Seymour frame with the manual AT masking panels with a Stewart Ultramatte 150 Microperf screen. I need the additional gain that the Stewart screen offers because of the screen size I'm interesting in getting 153"- 155" W. However, the Seymour frame with manual AT masking panels will allow me the option of switching between 16:9 and 2.35.

Because I game, it would be cool to get as large of a 16:9 image as I can get, but when I want to switch to 2.35 content I can do so with manual AT masking. It's all about having options right?

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You would need to find a way to fasten the Stewart material to the frame. Seeing that the stewart is unsupported vinyl you would have to find a way to keep it tensioned with some spline glued to the back side of the frame. Come to think of it Stewart I don't think sells just the screen material.
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