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I found an old, used motorized 110" Videomatte 200 Stewart screen for $60 and was thinking of pairing it with my Optoma HD142x. I've read they were not meant for very high lumen PJ's and the Optoma pushes around 3,000 lumens. Will this screen work for me? It's in great condition and I figured $60 was a steal for a 110" Stewart screen and not to mention that it's motorized! Thoughts?
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I found an old, used motorized 110" Videomatte 200 Stewart screen for $60 and was thinking of pairing it with my Optoma HD142x. I've read they were not meant for very high lumen PJ's and the Optoma pushes around 3,000 lumens. Will this screen work for me? It's in great condition and I figured $60 was a steal for a 110" Stewart screen and not to mention that it's motorized! Thoughts?
What do you have to lose besides $ 60.00.
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Hey everyone, I recently purchased my first projector (JVC RS2000) so I'm in the market for a screen. I was looking to pickup a Stewart Cima with Tiburon G2 as the projector is in a shared den area with some ambient light.

I noticed the gain on that material is .8, which made me concerned about the brightness possible for HDR content. Would I be better off going up market to a Balon with Firehawk G5 (1.1 gain) or similar or am I making much ado about nothing and the .8 gain will be fine with HDR?


Lighting condition info if that is a deciding factor:
I have windows, but they have blackout blinds with blackout curtains pulled over them.

Room is a large shared area with PCs that could generate light ~20' from the screen as well a hallway can light ~ 30' away from the screen.
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