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Tease!





Hopefully will be up and running before my vacation ends next week!
 

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Awesome! What did you get?


EDIT: I just clicked a link and found out there is 167" of 2.40: goodness in that box
 

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Originally Posted by CAVX  /t/1467738/screen-is-here-woot/0_100#post_23190404


Awesome! What did you get?


EDIT: I just clicked a link and found out there is 167" of 2.40: goodness in that box

Thats not a box, its a space station!!
 
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Originally Posted by TK Doom  /t/1467738/screen-is-here-woot#post_23191558


Thats not a box, its a space station!!

Or it contains the parts to make one



Any wonder these things cost as much as they do when imported into Oz.
 

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Installers surprised me today...


Scale is hard, but that couch viewing distance is going to be 17-18' from screen, maybe a bit more.


Width of room = 190" (15'10")


4 images, 2 from seating distance (with and w/o flash), 2 from back wall.








Projector doesn't come in till Friday at earliest.
 

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Looking good
 

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1.5 gain, Ultramatte.


JVC X95


Yes, the 167" is the width of the screen area side-to-side.
 

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Originally Posted by TK Doom  /t/1467738/screen-is-here-woot#post_23205824


1.5 gain, Ultramatte.


JVC X95


Yes, the 167" is the width of the screen area side-to-side.

Thank you!....that is one huge screen, wow!....curious to know how you find the brightness to be once installed (Is it bright enough?, is there huge variations in brightness from right to left when seated away from the ideal center?).
 

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Thats only because the curtains are open, they are blackout curtains.


At night the place is black as can be, during the day there is minimal light.


Before purchasing, both Stewart and JVC said it would work. So we'll see!
 

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If you do not have a lens, I think you will be shopping for one shortly. Great looking screen.





got this in december...LOL
 

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got this in december...LOL

That's one heck of a combo - almost exactly the same system I have at home! You've actually got me beat on the projector - mine is a three year old HD750. I'm jealous
 

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How big is your screen?
 

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Masking, that is a motorized masking Stewart Cinecurve 181
 

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Projector on-line.


And its AWESOME.


Picture looks FANTASTIC on low lamp.


it looks like something HOLY on high lamp.


I'll post pix this weekend. he just got it up today, and i temp wired L/C/R speakers (no surround or SW) just so i coudl get a feel for it...how my 5800 sounds in a room nearly twice the size of the old room it was in, sound is blown away too.


All and all, very happy with everything!!!!!


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DVDs up-scaled even look good! I just through in Clear and Present Danger to check it out, and it is VERY watchable...So replacing DVD's with BD will probably be even a more conservative approach. Granted i bought a ton with the Reward Zone points I got for buying the screen through best buy. ($700).
 
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