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post #1 of 2 Old 12-09-2012, 09:06 PM - Thread Starter
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I have JVC RS-10 projector shooting onto a 118" Carada 1.4gain screen. I want to replace the projector and screen but as I recently put a new bulb in the projector I am thinking of doing the screen first. I am looking at a Stewart Firehawk G3 as this is a multi-purpose room and we often have lights on in the back and while the Carada is great in pitch black, it is terrible with any ambient light. I want to go with the 123" because I don't want to drop to the 110" nor do I want to custom order. Can the JVC RS-10 put out enough light for a 123" screen at about 14 ft? I don't want an unwatchable experience while I wait about a year to upgrade my projector. Thoughts or advice?
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The RS10 certainly is bright enough to light up a 123" Firehawk G3, especially if lights in the room are kept away from the screen area. if we can help you, let us know.

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