Stewart Firehawk Screen and HTIQ manual masking system

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  1. Nathan_H

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    I have for sale a nice setup -- at a reduced price! I have to sell this stuff because I am moving next month, and it won't work in my new house :-(


    Stewart Filmscreen 82 inch diagonal Firehawk screen (16x9) with the Luxus Deluxe Screenwall frame. (http://www.stewartfilmscreen.com) This is arguably the BEST front-projection screen money can buy. It is in like-new condition, less than one year old. I paid c. $1500 for the deluxe version. Price asking: $999 + actual shipping.

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    HTIQ masking system: Manual 4 way felt-sided. (http://www.htiq.com) $99 (original price was >$400)


    Prefer a local buyer (SF Bay Area, South Bay) who can pick it up.

    I have the original packagin for the Stewart screen, but not for the HTIQ masking system.

    As you can see from the photos, the screen is now packaged and ready to ship.
     
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    PRICE REDUCED (see first post).
     
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    PRICE REDUCED (see first post).
     
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    Screen reduced to $999.

    HTIQ reduced to $99. Shipping looks like it will cost less than I thought, too.
     
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    Final price reduction listed above.
     
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    Rather than send photos in email, here are photos as requested in PM. Thanks for looking!

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    Looks like the screen is sold.

    The masking system is still available, as I was reminded by a PM inquiry today.

    The HTIQ web site has changed, so please rely on what you see here, rather than on what is on their site, now.

    Mine is the all-manual system, that doesn't appear to be on the web site any longer, so I'm going to include more info that has been requested in PM.

    Here is what the completed system looks like, at the three major aspect ratios:

    http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/501...6by9_ratio.JPG

    http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/501...sion_state.JPG

    http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/501...demy_ratio.JPG


    For the 2.35:1 masking, that comes up from the bottom and down from the top, one pulls up each side and tightens a screw-like device on each end. It sticks through this slot (but is not in this picture since I took the picture while putting it together). You can see the bar hanging below, that would be not hanging down like that, once the screw is in place, into the bar, through the wood:

    http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/507..._picts0001.jpg

    This photo is without the wooden sides in place, but you can see the masks. You can see at the top there is extra bulk on the right and left. This is the 4:3 masking, which is a strip on each side which one manually rolls down. (The creator started with a spring loaded system but it wasn't to my liking so he send me parts to make it based on gravity.)

    http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/507/screen0009.jpg

    This is a close up of what the lower left corner of the 4:3 masking looks like, when it is being used:

    http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/507/lower0001.jpg

    Here is a close up of the up left corner (wood side piece not in place) with the masks fully open:

    http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/507/screen0007.jpg


    The whole system (without its wooden sides) with the screen fully visible: http://gallery.avsforum.com/data/507/screen0009.jpg


    I have some more notes about it, here: http://gallery.avsforum.com/showgall...00/ppuser/5247

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    TERMS OF SALE: Paypal for payment, unless the sale is in person. Shipping will be actual UPS cost (approx $40 to $60, I'd guess). Must be shipped to a Paypal confirmed address. Satisfaction guaranteed: If you don't like it, I will refund the price -- but not the shipping costs. Buyer is responsible for pahying for shipping both directions.
     
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    Will also be willing to trade for a NAD 2200 amp, or a Definitive Technology CLR 2002 speaker.
     

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