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Thanks for the reccomendations. Couple questions about the brilliant white. How are the viewing angles? With the 1.4 gain, do you notice in sparkling or hot spotting?
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Thanks for the reccomendations. Couple questions about the brilliant white. How are the viewing angles? With the 1.4 gain, do you notice in sparkling or hot spotting?
The viewing angles are not an issue for me. We have five home theater chairs across one row and the end seats are just as good as the middle seat. There is no sparkling or hot spots. The 1.4 gain was measured closer to 1.2 in a review done a few years back on multiple screens and manufacturers. Got great reviews.

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Thanks for the reccomendations. Couple questions about the brilliant white. How are the viewing angles? With the 1.4 gain, do you notice in sparkling or hot spotting?
The actual gain is not that high. Viewing angle is very good and hot spotting is not going to be a problem, as long as you mount more than 1.2 screen widths away. Sparkle has never been an issue complained about with this screen. If we can help you, give us a call.

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Thanks for the reccomendations. Couple questions about the brilliant white. How are the viewing angles? With the 1.4 gain, do you notice in sparkling or hot spotting?

I can also attest to the fact that with the BW material there is absolutely no sparkles or hot spotting. Viewing angles are also extremely good. I don't have seating off to the side but I can walk way off angle and I'm impressed. Mine is a 134" Criterion with a Sony 40ES mounted at 17' throw distance, and seating at 14.5'. I run my Sony on low lamp mode and it's just perfect. I can put some lights on and play pool and still have a very acceptable picture for watching sports. If I put my 40ES lamp on high it's not that much different so I just leave it on low for all occasions. Highly recommended and good luck!

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Thanks for the reply's! Looks like I'll be ordering the Criterion BW today!.
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