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http://www.goldbergbrothers.com


Goldberg Brothers, Inc., a well-known and respected manufacturer of quality equipment for the motion picture industry, proudly announces its partnership with FLABEG Technical Glass Corp. US, whose headquarters are in Germany. Goldberg is now the exclusive distributor of OptiPure Anti-Reflective white water float glass for all of North America. Goldberg will make this superior quality and price competitive projection window glass available to all of its dealers, as well as to offer special price incentives to other manufacturers and industries.


Goldberg Brothers is in the process of adding a computerized glass cutting line to their Denver location. This will reduce shipping costs to all customers East of the Mississippi River. Both anti-reflective and uncoated clear glass will now be cut to size and shipped either from Denver or Connecticut, which ever is less expensive for our customers. Contact our office for more product information or to learn how you can join our dealer network.
 

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DOh!
 

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Oh have I. SKöll: the prototype 5 speakers behind the screen with the Katyusha* series 2 high lumen 2k4 on a lift with all digital HDMI 1.4 and DCI 30 channel a/3-D and dual dvi 12bit and 4K next year upgradeable v with custom speakers by munro.co.uk with 4 D-Box loveseats, system of tomorrow.




If Alan let's me start a thread in the DCI section I promise you some people will faint and others will wet their pants. But people like Q give him a hard time...



*Remember the ansi contrast nasi? It started a series of comparisons between Barco Cinema Projectors and armored weapons of the world war 2.




The original DP-1500 looked like the tiger Tank


The dp-2000 was the Tiger 2


When the DP-1200 came out it became the Sherman tank.


And now that the DP2K-30C is imminent, it's flexibility in lamp size handling (payload) and sheer power earned it the nickname KATYUSHA (for the WWII MRL).


The soviet weapon used to level Berlin. So it comes full circle for the ansi contrast nasi.


 

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Well they make the best porthole glass though.


And to those that frowned upon my comparing the Barco series 1 to the Tiger Tank, which it looks like, I am now comparing the Series 2 3d/4k Available Now and Upgradeable next year model to the RUSSIAN ROCKET LAUNCHER THAT LEVELED BERLIN.




The Kayusha is my nickname for the most flexible and powerful Barco Cinema projector ever. To be introduced a month for now at SHOWEST , but not in 4k, 4k may be shown by TI in private, and of course SONY will have their newly respectable 320 double Barrel 3-D.


I will have to label the SONY as the Double Barrel Sherman.


 

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Goldberg Brothers, Inc., a well-known and respected manufacturer of quality equipment for the motion picture industry, proudly announces its partnership with FLABEG Technical Glass Corp. US, whose headquarters are in Germany. Goldberg is now the exclusive distributor of OptiPure Anti-Reflective white water float glass for all of North America. Goldberg will make this superior quality and price competitive projection window glass available to all of its dealers, as well as to offer special price incentives to other manufacturers and industries.


Goldberg Brothers is in the process of adding a computerized glass cutting line to their Denver location. This will reduce shipping costs to all customers East of the Mississippi River. Both anti-reflective and uncoated clear glass will now be cut to size and shipped either from Denver or Connecticut, which ever is less expensive for our customers. Contact our office for more product information or to learn how you can join our dealer network.
 

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A lot of the guys are now installing regular glass but installing high end port glass a little larger then the size of the projectors light beam in the middle of the regular glass. Good idea, why waist it filling up a big frame outside the light beam.
 

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Why fill the remaining area with regular glass unless you need to hit the projector with an IR remote? Just make the surrounding area solid wood with black velvet on it? That would cut down the sound and light spill even more.
 

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Originally Posted by Mr.Poindexter /forum/post/18139938


Why fill the remaining area with regular glass unless you need to hit the projector with an IR remote? Just make the surrounding area solid wood with black velvet on it? That would cut down the sound and light spill even more.

Good point Mike for those with just a video projector.

A multiple purpose booth it is common to go with large single or double window port with the second port needed for focus ( film, D cinema ) etc.
 

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Originally Posted by Mr.Poindexter /forum/post/18139938


Why fill the remaining area with regular glass unless you need to hit the projector with an IR remote? Just make the surrounding area solid wood with black velvet on it? That would cut down the sound and light spill even more.

Like this ? What's the transmission loss and ANSI loss with this ?






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