Originally Posted by skyman00
After 3.5 days, I’m just over half way through this thread. I’ve read several times now about the SDE issue with closer viewing on the 5030. So I thought I’d go straight to my Q and ask the actual users here: Is it safe to assume that at 1:1 (screen size : main viewing distance - ie. 106”:106”, 120”:120”, etc.), SDE will be visible? At what ratio does it become visibly undetectable, 1:1.05, 1.1, etc.? TIA, -J
I sit about 11 feet from a 92" screen and never see any SDE.
When I stand 3-6 feet from the screen I don't see any SDE effect as much as I see the subtle grain of the glass fiber matte white material of the screen.
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