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150 inch 16.9 Electric Screen

KelvinS1965

Distinguished Member
Try contacting forum sponsors Kalibrate or IdealAV for a quote. It won't be cheap though and you'll need a bright projector to light up such a big screen (even one with gain).

For example my screen is 112" wide 2.35:1 (which is the same width as a 133" diagonal 16:9) and has a gain of 1.5. It is tab tensioned (to stop wrinkles and curling) and retailed at about £1,500 I believe.
 

nige

Novice Member
Try contacting forum sponsors Kalibrate or IdealAV for a quote. It won't be cheap though and you'll need a bright projector to light up such a big screen (even one with gain).

For example my screen is 112" wide 2.35:1 (which is the same width as a 133" diagonal 16:9) and has a gain of 1.5. It is tab tensioned (to stop wrinkles and curling) and retailed at about £1,500 I believe.

Thanks very much will have a look
 

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