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A bad screen sample altering the on-axis gain, come on. When you see someone take 1 bad measurement, it invalidates all of them. That's the rule unless they can know why the measurement was bad. It doesn't matter if it was the screen material or not, if he saw the crazy measurement he shouldn't have published it without testing a real live screen then, or he should have questioned his technique. So no I don't trust a single number in that PDF. I could say the same thing to any of his measurements, maybe it was the screen (since we know at least 1 was bad).
I dont think most people know how to do a proper test with a retro-reflective screen...
More like technique of measuring...
Last edited by coderguy; 08-23-2014 at 11:13 PM.