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JVC NX7 - 150” 16:9 Screen Recommendation

Hello, seeking your advice to pair up a nice screen under $3k with JVC RS2000/NX7.

Options am considering (some higher than my budget) are (ranked in high to low price am getting here in Canada):

1). Stewart Balon Edge with StudioTek 130 1.3 gain material
2). Elunevision Reference 4K NanoEdge
3). Severtson Cinema White 1.3

Please rank them in order of quality and what differences they have in quality?

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Hello, seeking your advice to pair up a nice screen under $3k with JVC RS2000/NX7.

Options am considering (some higher than my budget) are (ranked in high to low price am getting here in Canada):

1). Stewart Balon Edge with StudioTek 130 1.3 gain material
2). Elunevision Reference 4K NanoEdge
3). Severtson Cinema White 1.3

Please rank them in order of quality and what differences they have in quality?

Thanks


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1. Stewart
2. Stewart
3. Stewart

In all seriousness with the price drop there isn't another screen that will give you the brightness without sparkles, hotspotting and artifacts like the Stewart. The new G4 material made Kris Deering switch from ST100 to ST130. That should say it all.

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The projector, screen and "ROOM" all need to work together. What is the type, size, seating distance and ambient/reflected light control of your room?

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And what is your budget and what is your throw? Either way, Stewart is the way to go if it fits your budget.

Projector and Screen: JVC x790 & 120" Stuart WallScreen StudioTek 130 G4
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The Cima Neve fits most people's budget if the ST 130 doesn't !
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Stewart Studiotek 130 G4 for the win! The only reason to go with anything else in a dedicated cinema room would be due to budget restrictions.
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