Philippe Laude Private Screening
The Bauer B11 with the exhaust fan at the top, in the foreground, the
The booth seen through the port glass, from the screening room.
The reverse scan modified Bauer reader.
The tower and the B11, seen from the screening room.
The booth during a projection.
Loaded tower, ready to start.
Front view of the tower.
Another view of the tower, note the splicers on the top table and the
4200m reel on the wall.
Lenses for scope, 1.37, 1.66, 1.85, my feet on the top of the picture
B11 note the upper and lower magazines have been replaced ( to allow
1800m reels) by home-made cosmetic plates; on the wall, 2 home-made 16mm
35/16 Make-up table with 35mm viewer on the left.
The B11 reel to reel (maximum 1800m).
The scope screen, 4.16m X 1.74m.
The screen, seen from the booth.
The sound rack: Dolby CP 65,Dolby DA 20, 3 QSC MX 700, general public
non-sync cd reader.
21 places, 7m throw,
Micro perforated transsonic scope screen 4.16m X 1.74m,
behind it: 3 JBL screen speakers, 1 JBL sub
2 JBL surround speakers
1 Bauer B11( 600 working hours) analogic reverse scan reader, Dolby
701 reader on top, genuine 900W xenon lamphouse
1 Schrieber rectifier
1 home-made tower, up to 5000m
1 sound rack (see details under picture)
ISCO ULTRASTAR HD STUDIO lenses
Special thanks to Philippe Laude for the pics.