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Digitial conversion question 08 May 2011 03:01 #35967

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There are three theatres- The largest seats 180 and the two smaller each seat 78. These can be converted back into a second larger theatre.
The measurements of the large theater screen is 22x11, the smaller ones are 14x7.
Will this be OK with a digitial conversion or are the 2 smaller screens to small?
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Re: Digitial conversion question 08 May 2011 03:11 #35968

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Those are pretty small screens. too small IMO. The only theaters that I see get way with that small of screen are art house.

If you are paying for it you can do what you want.
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Re: Digitial conversion question 08 May 2011 14:50 #35971

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It is a first run theatre in a small town. Does very well! been around for over 20 years! So the size is not what I was worried about it was just the conversion but yeah I guess you can make a broom closet able to get digitial!
I thought that was small to but the auditoriums when filled with people really proejcted well as is and had a great surround system everyone loves it.
Small and quaint!
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Re: Digitial conversion question 09 May 2011 20:36 #35983

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IMO, more screens = more movies = more revenue to pay for digital
Why reinvent the wheel if you are doing well now?
Sure, they are small, but it reads like people like your place.
I wouldn't, IMHO, reduce the number of screens.
IMO.

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