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What I WAS thinking of doing, is getting a huge screen, put the speakers behind it as needed, then have that black acoustically transparent material cover the sides and top/bottom of the screen to give the appearance of an appropriate sized screen. Everything would fit behind the screen properly, and the screen/image would be an ideal size.
I think you have a good idea here. Seymour could make those panels for you. Better to go too large and mask down if needed, than to go too small and regret it, IMO.

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Is the Centrestage XD a better material than Enlightor-Neo (even though the latter is thru the more premium S-SE channel).

It looks like XD has better gain (0.9 vs 0.8) and better AT properties !
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Is the Centrestage XD a better material than Enlightor-Neo (even though the latter is thru the more premium S-SE channel).

It looks like XD has better gain (0.9 vs 0.8) and better AT properties !
Neo is much smoother, so it will provide a sharper image. Neo can be viewed much closer, without seeing the weave. XD has one advantage and that is, slightly brighter.
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Maybe this has been asked before, but is there value in having the Millibel backing with XD if everything behind the screen is black? I assume there may still be a fair amount of light bleed.

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Maybe this has been asked before, but is there value in having the Millibel backing with XD if everything behind the screen is black? I assume there may still be a fair amount of light bleed.
I had entirely black behind my screen...LCRs and Linacoustic. The black horns were reflective enough that I still wanted the Millibel. Even black can be reflective.
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Hello everyone,
I was hoping I could get "chriscmore" from Seymour to contact me(I dont have enough posts to PM) I need to confirm the authenticity of a guy trying to sell me a new Seymour screen who says he works for them but has a gmail address, the screen on checking I couldnt find. Maybe all is good but it would be nice to get confirmation.
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Call the shop. 515-268-3369

The gmail addresses were just proven to be the best laid plan, as their web hosting service, which was also where he bought the domain, went offline for over a week. Had he simply used domain-based emails, he would’ve had zero contact with customers.

Call the shop. Talk to the whole staff.

(Full disclosure, I don’t work there, but I know them well, as we live in the same community. Saw Chris two days ago. He exists.)

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I was hoping I could get "chriscmore" from Seymour to contact me(I dont have enough posts to PM) I need to confirm the authenticity of a guy trying to sell me a new Seymour screen who says he works for them but has a gmail address, the screen on checking I couldnt find. Maybe all is good but it would be nice to get confirmation.
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Hello everyone,
I was hoping I could get "chriscmore" from Seymour to contact me(I dont have enough posts to PM) I need to confirm the authenticity of a guy trying to sell me a new Seymour screen who says he works for them but has a gmail address, the screen on checking I couldnt find. Maybe all is good but it would be nice to get confirmation.
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I am planning to get a 200” wide 2.35:1 screen with Side masking panels to convert it into a 16:9 format. I would be using a JVC RS4500 projector and my room would be a fully light controlled bat cave.

My viewing distance would be about 15 feet. I need the screen and masking panels to be completely acoustically transparent as I would be placing JBL M2 speakers behind the screen and I think I would need the highest possible gain as I am opting for a big screen that could make RS4500 struggle to light up.

Unfortunately I wouldn’t be able to test the samples as I am not based out of US. Please clarify a couple of things:

1. Is Centre Stage XD the right AT material for my application or if I need to look at other options such as UF and Enlightor 4K?

2. I believe I need the black backing for the screen. Please confirm.

3. I have come up with the below configuration and I am not sure if I am looking at the right components/materials.
Fixed Frame Screen:
F200: 2.35 200”w (217.4”d)
Center Stage XD + black
Premier 3.3”
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CH235 (sides)
200”w original image
Millibel AT (3” velvet)

Please let me know if there is any scope for improvement or if there is any issue with my plan.

Thank you!
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I am planning to get a 200” wide 2.35:1 screen with Side masking panels to convert it into a 16:9 format. I would be using a JVC RS4500 projector and my room would be a fully light controlled bat cave.

My viewing distance would be about 15 feet. I need the screen and masking panels to be completely acoustically transparent as I would be placing JBL M2 speakers behind the screen and I think I would need the highest possible gain as I am opting for a big screen that could make RS4500 struggle to light up.

Unfortunately I wouldn’t be able to test the samples as I am not based out of US. Please clarify a couple of things:

1. Is Centre Stage XD the right AT material for my application or if I need to look at other options such as UF and Enlightor 4K?

2. I believe I need the black backing for the screen. Please confirm.

3. I have come up with the below configuration and I am not sure if I am looking at the right components/materials.
Fixed Frame Screen:
F200: 2.35 200”w (217.4”d)
Center Stage XD + black
Premier 3.3”
+
Magnetic Masking Panels:
CH235 (sides)
200”w original image
Millibel AT (3” velvet)

Please let me know if there is any scope for improvement or if there is any issue with my plan.

Thank you!
1. XD is exactly the material you need, you'll want the highest gain, and from 15' viewing distance XD will look excellent
2. Unless the entire area behind the screen is blacked out (preferably with velvet), you will want the black backing to prevent reflections including from the speakers
3. That configuration looks correct based on the Seymour website
4. I am excited for you and also jealous 200" wide is going to be truly cinematic!

Cheers,
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Note even on high laser your looking at just under 20 fL on this size screen (assuming no DCR anamorphic lens). This may be adequate if you have a Lumagen for dynamic tone mapping, but mid-20s fL is preferable even in this scenario.

Edit : error above. If using the zoom method for scope you are at 15-16 fL (depending if you use the full 17:9 panel aspect mode)

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Thanks guys for the heads up. I will call the shop as he just sent me a Paypal invoice from the Czech Republic. I am overseas hence the apprehension.


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Note even on high laser your looking at just under 20 fL on this size screen (assuming no DCR anamorphic lens). This may be adequate if you have a Lumagen for dynamic tone mapping, but mid-20s fL is preferable even in this scenario.
Doesn't the fl depend on where is mounting the projector? If he mounts it where the lens is 20' from the screen he should be close to the mid 20's for fl's. Now this is a big screen and this would be the projector I would chose for it if I had the money. Adding a anamorphic lens bumps the fl's up a lot and then you could mount the project farther back then 20' from the calculators I have looked at.

I have seen the older XD material sitting about 10' back and I didn't notice the weave at all. A JVC NX7 was being used and was an awesome picture on the screen.
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Doesn't the fl depend on where is mounting the projector? If he mounts it where the lens is 20' from the screen he should be close to the mid 20's for fl's. Now this is a big screen and this would be the projector I would chose for it if I had the money. Adding a anamorphic lens bumps the fl's up a lot and then you could mount the project farther back then 20' from the calculators I have looked at.



I have seen the older XD material sitting about 10' back and I didn't notice the weave at all. A JVC NX7 was being used and was an awesome picture on the screen.


I calculated 16 fL with lens as close as possible. In high laser your 3000 lumens drops to 2500 after calibration and about 2350 with this screen gain. At 155 square foot screen, that’s 15 fL. If using full 17:9 panel it’s 16.

**Edited for mistake in calculations not factoring projector zoom mode “loss”

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Received my masking panels a few weeks ago for my 16:9 110” wide XD screen. Same excellent quality as the screen. Since I have some free time due to this social distancing, I installed them last night.

Super easy retrofit installing some magnets along the top of the premier frame and sides. Here are some pictures.

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Received my masking panels a few weeks ago for my 16:9 110” wide XD screen. Same excellent quality as the screen. Since I have some free time due to this social distancing, I installed them last night.

Super easy retrofit installing some magnets along the top of the premier frame and sides. Here are some pictures.

Without Masking

Thanks for sharing I too have the masking panels I got them with my Seymour glacier white 120 inch screen 2 years ago. They are a great Improvement to picture quality 4 scope movies

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Received my masking panels a few weeks ago for my 16:9 110” wide XD screen. Same excellent quality as the screen. Since I have some free time due to this social distancing, I installed them last night.

Super easy retrofit installing some magnets along the top of the premier frame and sides. Here are some pictures.

Without Masking

This looks great. I have a DIY Seymour XD Screen that I want to build panels for, not sure how I'll go about it yet.

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This looks great. I have a DIY Seymour XD Screen that I want to build panels for, not sure how I'll go about it yet.

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I didn’t think that much of having panels as the black bars didn’t bother me that much.......until you have them installed!! Huge difference now.


Would highly recommend masking.
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I didn’t think that much of having panels as the black bars didn’t bother me that much.......until you have them installed!! Huge difference now.

Would highly recommend masking.
I agree. I tried it without the panels on my 16:9, but did get the magnets pre-installed. After a while, the gray bars were driving me crazy. Big difference with the panels. Downside is storing/installing four panels, top two need a footstool to reach.
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Can you guys measure how far is screen surface away from the wall? My throw distance is rather tight and I’m trying to get as large image as possible.
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I am planning to get a 200” wide 2.35:1 screen with Side masking panels to convert it into a 16:9 format. I would be using a JVC RS4500 projector and my room would be a fully light controlled bat cave.

My viewing distance would be about 15 feet. I need the screen and masking panels to be completely acoustically transparent as I would be placing JBL M2 speakers behind the screen and I think I would need the highest possible gain as I am opting for a big screen that could make RS4500 struggle to light up.

Unfortunately I wouldn’t be able to test the samples as I am not based out of US. Please clarify a couple of things:

1. Is Centre Stage XD the right AT material for my application or if I need to look at other options such as UF and Enlightor 4K?

2. I believe I need the black backing for the screen. Please confirm.

3. I have come up with the below configuration and I am not sure if I am looking at the right components/materials.
Fixed Frame Screen:
F200: 2.35 200”w (217.4”d)
Center Stage XD + black
Premier 3.3”
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Magnetic Masking Panels:
CH235 (sides)
200”w original image
Millibel AT (3” velvet)

Please let me know if there is any scope for improvement or if there is any issue with my plan.

Thank you!
At 200" wide, XD is not going to be bright enough. At short end of the throw, you are looking at 15FL calibrated.
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Note even on high laser your looking at just under 20 fL on this size screen (assuming no DCR anamorphic lens). This may be adequate if you have a Lumagen for dynamic tone mapping, but mid-20s fL is preferable even in this scenario.
Your calculations are not correct. His screen area is 155.56SF, not 118SF. With projector at short end of the throw range, he is looking at 15FL with calibrated RS4500. As far as the projector is concerned, the image size is 112.36" x 200". He could use full panel width for 2.35 and gain about 7% brightness, giving him 16FL.

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Your calculations are not correct. His screen area is 155.56SF, not 118SF. With projector at short end of the throw range, he is looking at 15FL with calibrated RS4500. As far as the projector is concerned, the image size is 112.36" x 200". He could use full panel width for 2.35 and gain about 7% brightness, giving him 16FL.

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I would not build a system with a starting point of 16FL and downhill from there.

Sorry you are right. I forgot the zoom method will waste the light from the black bars on top and bottom. Original post edited.
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Can you guys measure how far is screen surface away from the wall? My throw distance is rather tight and I’m trying to get as large image as possible.


Less then an inch.

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