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ae100 and screen

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by dexter, Jul 7, 2003.

  1. dexter

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    i need to buy a screen for use with the ae100 - i/m looking at the draper luma and the projecta procinema (7' 16:9models) - anybody got either of these? which suffers least from the dreaded "curl/ rippling"?
     
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    ooops! forgot to add that i have also seen a similar type of screen made by a company called "grandview" - so that is three screens that i am confused about!
     
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    I've got an 8ft Projecta Procinema screen...no curling/rippling so far that I can detect.
     
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    Yep, recommend the Projecta Procinema screens - extra black drop included, helps with optimum viewing height.

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    I have a Da-lite Model B (£212) which suffers from the ripping problem but don't they all the cheaper ones?

    I know you can buy tensioned screens but they are much more expensive.
     

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