Can a jvc rs66 with pamamorph 480 throw enough brightness into a SI Black Diamond 1.4gain 144inch screen for 2D and 3D - AVS Forum
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If not what is the largest i should go?

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Is that 144" wide or diagonal. If diagonal, you'll be looking at ~19ft lamberts with the lens in place, which is plenty bright. I wouldn't go any larger than this because the bulb will dim over time.

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Yes diagonal. Thanks for the input. Looking at the blak diamond zero edge and that is the largest they make that screen

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As Seegs said above, that combination works fine. You are pushing the boundaries, so you are not going to get the lamp life of someone using a smaller screen, but that is one of the trade offs for having such a large screen.

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