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    Arrow Stewart Filmscreen and Swarovski Bring the Bling to Home Theater Projection Screens


    Need some bling for your big screen? Stewart Filmscreen is about to provide the ultimate bragging rights, by pimping a few of its screen products.

    The manufacturer just announced the Couture Collection, a new product that's a joint effort with Swarovski Elements. Yes, that name does add a little sparkle to these screen products -- literally. Swarovski's additions is all about the accents, with what the company calls "the world's finest loose cut crystals."





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    Those are some bitchin' HT rooms, but I can't say I see anything unusually sparkly about them.
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    Sparkly screens?? Am I reading this correctly?

    Failing to compute,

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    Quote Originally Posted by trent.memphis View Post
    Those are some bitchin' HT rooms, but I can't say I see anything unusually sparkly about them.
    Took the words right out of my mouth.

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    The one that was outside by the pool was deadly cool. If I had the means to consume that conspicuously... but how well can it work, honestly? Not at all during the day, I would think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trent.memphis View Post
    The one that was outside by the pool was deadly cool. If I had the means to consume that conspicuously... but how well can it work, honestly? Not at all during the day, I would think.
    No, that's surely for those nighttime swims and pool parties for the indulgently over-monied. You're right, too--many of those theaters are hella cool.

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    For a minute, I thought maybe "the world's finest loose cut crystals" were embedded in the screen to enhance reflectivity, but then I read the article again and it says they're purely decorative, so that's not it. I guess the pics just don't include the blinged-out screens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trent.memphis View Post
    For a minute, I thought maybe "the world's finest loose cut crystals" were embedded in the screen to enhance reflectivity, but then I read the article again and it says they're purely decorative, so that's not it. I guess the pics just don't include the blinged-out screens.
    Yeah, so where are they? I mean, I just can't see any in any of the pictures. Are they on the bezels, or something?? Too weird ... anyway, I gotta crash. Good night, Trent.

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    See ya, David.
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    A few more nice looking setups:



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    Is it just me or do rich people habitually have the worst damned color schemes on the planet? I ogled the gear plenty, but the rooms they put it in ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidjschenk View Post
    Is it just me or do rich people habitually have the worst damned color schemes on the planet? I ogled the gear plenty, but the rooms they put it in ...

    Involuntarily regurgitating,

    David
    True. It's almost like they think that if they spend enough money ugly will become gorgeous.
    L2W you will be missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mytime View Post
    True. It's almost like they think that if they spend enough money ugly will become gorgeous.
    Gucci's made a living on it for decades.
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