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DRH: slimline or imperial?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by doubledrat, Apr 28, 2004.

  1. doubledrat

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    Does anyone have any experience of the Imperial screen? I have a 1200 Lumen LCD projecter and I would like to know if this screen is worth the extra money/bulk. I am leaning towards the slimline model as it is only six centimetres high as opposed to the nine centimetres of the Imperial.

    Any opinions?

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    Bob
     
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    Hi Bob

    what size screen are you looking for ? the imperial has a more robust motor that will go on for years ,we use this motor as a lift for our screens so its in use every day and has been for the last 6 or 7 years and its still going strong.The slimline is also a good choice and has a Guarantee of three years.

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    I was thinking of the 203 wide one
     
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    thats a good size not to big and not to small,if you want a more slender looking screen then go for the slimline. :smashin:
     

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