Just another question on bias lighting.
my plasma is setup as pictured below, and the bias light as it reflects off the wall measures 35FtL (i1D2) above the centre of the display.
The display itself pumps out a peak of about 60FtL (it's a bright room)
What's the recommended ideal ratio or level of bias light to panel brightness?
My thought process begins with the fact that the accepted standard for viewing a plasma in a dark room is about 35FtL.
so in the ideal case where ambient is 0FtL, the screen is 35FtL above the ambient Light level.
given my panel output of 60FtL and my Bias of 35FtL, the difference is around 25FtL
which seems reasonable to me as being halfway between the optimal output of a Projector and a Plasma.
And the portion of wall behind the TV (between windows) that's illuminated by the light is probably a similar area to a ~90" screen.
Anyone else follow/ agree/ disagree with my logic (?)