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Greenster 01-08-14 10:04 PM

Re: Jamestown Home Theater Screen review
 

Just a heads up. Jamestown Screens is going to be offering a curved screen. I am excited.

smokarz 01-08-14 10:14 PM

Re: Jamestown Home Theater Screen review
 

Have anyone order from Jamestown recently? What's their wait time these days for delivery?

I sent them an email couple days ago and still haven't receive a response.

sga2 04-02-15 08:56 AM

I'm considering a 110" 2.35:1 screen from Jamestown. The system for screen material attachment/stretching, which would seem to allow me to change to nearly any other material later, has me intrigued. I have two concerns and hope someone here can chime in.

First, from the photos in this review the outer frame corners appear to be butt joints instead of mitred joints (which provide a more finished appearance in my opinion). Is this noticeable when the room lights are on?

Second, does the interface between the outer frame and the screen provide a tight, straight screen border without casting any shadows (from the projected image) on the screen?

Regards,
sga2

tonyvdb 04-02-15 10:42 AM

Re: Jamestown Home Theater Screen review
 

Considering the screen I posted this review on is now 4 years old I have not had one issue with it. The butt joints is fairly standard as it has to be shipped in pieces so miter joints would not work and it looks fine even with the lights on.
As well there is no shadow cast by the image with the boarder made the way it is, again fairly standard for a fixed screen.

sga2 04-02-15 04:46 PM

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tonyvdb wrote: (Post 1160874)
Considering the screen I posted this review on is now 4 years old I have not had one issue with it. The butt joints is fairly standard as it has to be shipped in pieces so miter joints would not work and it looks fine even with the lights on.
As well there is no shadow cast by the image with the boarder made the way it is, again fairly standard for a fixed screen.

Thanks! I think that seals the deal.


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