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post #1 of 3 Old 11-28-2012, 12:25 PM - Thread Starter
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Just got my 150" 16:9 screen (1.1 gain) up and I'm noticing some hot spotting in the dead center of the screen:) My projector is about 19ft back and it's only really noticable during bright scenes. Any thoughts on how I can correct it? Or is it even possible to fix it?
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um.. what projector, where is it mounted, what screen brand and fabric..
If your projector has an eco mode, try it, if you have not used a calibration disk to properly set contrast and brightness do so, try a different projector mode, if you are using lens shift try moving your projector up higher or down lower and readjust the shift. Buy a different screen with a fabric that has been reviewed and is known not to have any hot spot issues..
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Sorry about that...I thought the problem was more general. I have a Viewsonic Pro8200 and it has no lens shift (part of the problem?) It's celing mounted as far back in the room I can go and I'm projecting on to a Elite Cinewhite 1.1 gain screen. After adjusting some settings, I was to improve it a little bit.
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