Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Apple Valley, MN
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Here's my situation. I'm building a house and have a 19x16 theater in the basement (tiered seating too). Here's the problem. I am starting to get strapped for cash (i'm getting married 2 weeks before the close of our house, so you can see where all the money is going). I "NEED" to buy a screen. ANd I want a Stewart, so thats already decided.
Right now I have an old, but in very good condition, Proxima LS1. The S-Video on this thing is pretty dam good, however the SVGA is pretty bad. So, sometime in the near future (within a year probably) I will be buying a new projector.
Here's the question (finally). Konwing all this, should I get a StudioTek or a Grayhawk? Right now, the StudioTek makes sense. The LS1 only gives out 700 lumens. But I don't want to have to replace my screen when i buy a new projector.
Another question. Does the Grayhawk only benefit when using a LCD or does it make DLP's better also? (meaning, if I bought a DLP, would the Grayhawk still be better than a Studiotek). If Grayhawk only helps LCD, then getting a Studiotek would make sense because I could use it now and just have to buy a DLP in the future.
Any thoughts would be great.