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  1. FS: Carada 96" CW Precision screen 16:9

    Classifieds - Video Displays and Projectors
    I recently upgraded to a 2.35:1 screen and I now have this Carada doing nothing. I took it down 2 weeks ago and put it in the new screens box, anyone interested? $200 pickup only, SW Florida. Thats 1/3 of what I paid, PM for details.
  2. Using a 16:9 screen with a 4:3 laptop

    System Setup and Connection
    Have an old 4:3 Toshiba laptop and wish to connect it to a large 16:9 Panasonic plasma TV. Have connected it with a vga cable. Problem No. 1. TV will not recognise PC in its source function. A smaller LCD Samsung TV recognises it OK. Is this an issue with plasma versus LCD? Problem No. 2...
  3. SOLD: Carada 110" 16:9 Projection Screen

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  4. Projector screen 16:9 acoustically transparent motorized retract manual pull..any recommendation?

    Manufactured Screens
    Planning to buy a projector screen that is 16:9 manual pull-down and motorized retract acoustically transparent to the center speaker with budget around USD300~600 to be matched with Optoma HD20..any help?
  5. Optoma 16:9 native won't fill recommended screen size..

    Home Theater Projectors
    Hi all , Long time reader first post. I need help or advise... I had a Cine1000 16:9 native and it filled a custom 93" (46"Hx81"L)Diagonal screen perfect. Well it died and I picked up a Optoma H31 that was really close in specs. and I knew by looking a the screen configure for the model it could...
  6. To be, or not to be- or, 16:9 or 2.35:1?

    General Screen Discussion
    I've seen this come up a few times, actually I see it more and more lately. Even our fearless leader Sonnie ;) is contemplating switching from a 16:9 aspect ratio to a 2:35.1, and Cynical2 on here went with a 2.35:1 screen. What are the advantages though? The main advantage is simple, for...
  7. 16:9 vs 4:3 Screen

    General Screen Discussion
    What aspect is everyone using for their screens? I am wanting a dual purpose projector for movies and for HD Sports from cable. I believe I'm right in thinking that my cable HD channels are in 4:3 while most movies are offered in 16:9...is this accurate? Is it better to project 4:3 onto a...
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