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  1. Adam_WM
    07-08-2012 02:26 AM
    Hey, thanks for the comments! I thought about doing 2:35... BUT it was a little bit more money than I wanted to throw on top of the already expensive project. It is something i will consider for a future upgrade, though.
  2. Rmb1080p
    06-23-2011 02:39 PM
    Thanks for the awesome Comments... As for the matching tower center, I love it! Would never go back to non matching horizontal! Your Home Theater is VERY nice as well!
  3. Bluvette
    06-15-2011 03:08 AM
    Thanks for the kind comments. A projector is on the list, maybe a used one to get my feet wet. Thanx. John
  4. ManUtd
    04-16-2011 12:22 AM
    Thank you for the comment on my HT gallery.
  5. Spurrier Sucks
    01-03-2011 03:01 AM
    Spurrier Sucks
    Thanks for the rate and comment. I like my Energy ESW V10 but I have nothing to compare it to. How do you like your Energy speakers?
  6. rikardo1979
    06-07-2010 10:57 AM
    Hi m8,
    thanks for comment first.
    It cost me almost nothing. Reason is I didn't pay for the wood. I made it in my work so only cost was for speaker fabric material cca 10, FABLON cca 33 and hinges about 12. Than I sold my old TV stand for 20 so final cost was 35 :-)
    But anyway if you buy all material and you make it at home it will be still cheaper than to buy something like that from shop.
    like this one
    thas a lot of money what I could't spend :-)
  7. jjmbxkb
    03-10-2010 04:46 AM
    Hi, namtab69: Thanks for stopping by gallery, and the kind words.
    To answer your question: I use the zoom method to do 2.35:1. This basically means I zoom in until the 2.35:1 image, which occupies the middle 800+ lines of a 1080 LCD panel, fills the scope screen. The Panny 4K also has video processor, thus directly supports the anamorphic lens method. The anamorphic lens way has advantages, esp. in terms of gaining brightness by using the entire 16:9 panel, but it is lot more expensive is more technically involved to get it right.
    Thanks again for stopping by and commenting.

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