I just read a fairly comprehensive issue of Consumer Reports covering TVs.
They seem to think they are a really good choice and even mention 100" screens. They liked LcOS the best, but said DLP was a close second.
My problem with FP has always been the fact that using a reflective white screen means that any ambient light is a problem, because the idea is to bounce back, even amplify, light that strikes it.
Some people have mentioned Black Diamond screens that try to be selective about what light is reflected yielding a darker less ambient light sensitive screen that still gives a bright image. If the artifacts created aren't too great, I might consider FP with such a screen.
I'm not giving anyone $35,000 for a projector though. Thinking about a 90 to 100 inch screen, what brands and models do you guys favor in the $6K to $8K range?
I have no problem with high watt 1,000 hour projector bulbs.
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