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This screen is in Idaho, at the moment. Customer backed out on it. It was $8000.00 retail. I would blow it out for $2000.00, or best offer. I can have it delivered to Jackson, WY, or SLC, UT, or Idaho areas for a small fee, or shipped to you anywhere else, for the price required.


Anyone? Bueller?


Brand: Stewart


Adjustable? yes, 16:9 to 2:35:1


Motorized? yes


Key-padded? yes


Micro-perfed? yep


Size? 12'


Sexy? you bet.


David, or Steve, if I am posting this in the wrong section, pls. let me know if it needs to be thrown in another area. THX
 

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That is an incredible deal! That size screen, motorized, Stewart...wow.


If I had seen a deal like this before I bought my screen I may have gone for it.

Sorry to hear about that customer. That sucks.
 

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new pics

New pics, 13June2014. Everyone in their dog is interested at first, then I get more requests for more pics, so here they are.
 

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Hi Scott - I am interested in your screen. I have sent you a pm.
Hi, Stephen, Here are some more photos. I have a potential buyer more local. I will contact you tomorrow night, if he does not want it.

Scott
 

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great info,It retracts 10 feet down. Most theaters like 2:35:1, as you get more peripheral views of films. It is acoustically transparent, (it has millions of microperfed, or small holes, so it can conceal your left, center, right and subwoofer cabinets- just as in public theater designs. It has Stewart's highest gain material,
making it perfect for a 1080P, or the newer 4K front projectors. It retracts into a black enclosure. You can use it in a high-end home theater, church, or business.thanks
 

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great info,It retracts 10 feet down. Most theaters like 2:35:1, as you get more peripheral views of films. It is acoustically transparent, (it has millions of microperfed, or small holes, so it can conceal your left, center, right and subwoofer cabinets- just as in public theater designs. It has Stewart's highest gain material,
making it perfect for a 1080P, or the newer 4K front projectors. It retracts into a black enclosure. You can use it in a high-end home theater, church, or business.thanks
Dat Z Correct Yaroufanch;. Interested? :eek:
 

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Michael, This screen material is white, not the gray firehawk type. Acoustically transparent, (perfed), it is close to the LumiFlex design, which is a flexible projection screen material formulated at a higher gain and is appropriate for larger screen sizes or low output projectors. It has excellent white field uniformity, has a gain factor 30% above unity and delivers a lot of energy. This allows large format, and staging scale images, where other fabrics may be too challenging to light. It offers superb performance in environments where ambient light can be controlled, (old skool 3-chip DLP PJ's, or a good 1080P, or even a 4K work well with this material). Stewart says: "This material is best utilized with medium or long throw projection light paths." Gain is 1.3, superb white field uniformity, ambient light resistance controlled lighting is required and edge blending properties are "fair". Again, this is no beginner screen, the retail on it was 8 G's.
 

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Screen Now Sold

This screen is now sold, as of 19 JUNE 2014, thanks for the inquiries. ;)
 
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