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post #1 of 4 Old 01-09-2002, 01:49 PM - Thread Starter
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What screens should i look at to get the best quality picture out of the LT155. That room can be completely dark(dedicated HT room). Thanks.
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How many real lumens does the LT155 put out and how large of a screen are you desiring? Assuming that you can get 15-20 footlamberts, a grey screen such as the Da-Lite High Contrast, Stewart GrayHawk, or perhaps even the new Stewart FireHawk would be your best bet.
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It has 1200 Lumens and a 400:1 contrast ratio. Hope this helps. What screen would you recommend to have a 80"x60"(4:3) screen. Thanks
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You should be able to get very good results with a GrayHawk. I have seen my Sanyo PLV-60 on a large microperforated GrayHawk and it really did improve the image over a flat white sceen. If money is an issue, the Da-Lite High Contrast should also give good results and will cost significantly less.
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