Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: London, Ontario
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So I assembled and mounted the screen over the holidays.
First off, wow, stretching the screen was certainly a 2 man job. My fingers are still numb a week later.
Having to really pull and stretch the material was very difficult as you get to the corners.
But after it was done, it was very tight and zero wrinkles in the screen.
A gorgeous screen, very impressed with the audio weave, my first row is about 14 feet back and you cannot see the weaves in the screen, they are so small simply gorgeous.
The frame was solid, very strong, but the velour around the screen had some "faded spots" looked warn, not sure why, or how that is. Minor but would have liked to see a perfect frame for this type of screen.
After much debate over projectors I ended up with the JVC 540, and glad I did. The price I got was absolutely amazing and an extra free lamp.
It is plenty bright from 20 feet away and powers the screen with no issues. Watched lots of movies over the holiday, in 4K HDR, simply stunning. No hot spotting and thee entire screen is nicely lit all around.
I have not calibrated the projector, will do so once I get 50 hours on it. The lens memory on the projector works amazing and makes having a 150"2.35:1 screen awesome.
All and all, coming from 2 stewart screens, all I can say is this is a great screen that rivals the stewart and I can recommend it without reservations.
CineMoe 3.0 Atmos 7.2.4 build in progress
JVC RS540 | EluneVision Reference 4K Audioweave 150" 2.35:1 | Anthem MRX-1120 |OPPO UDP-203 | Definitive Tech BP8060ST, CS8060HD, 4x SR8040BP, 4x Atmos DI 6.5R | Dual HSU VTF-3 MK5 subs | Ultralink HDC-150RM power conditioner | Harmony Elite | 8x Sonos Connect Amps| Monoprice 12AWG speakerwire, certified HDR HDMI |
Last edited by moe80; 01-05-2018 at 12:30 PM.