Originally Posted by d.j.
I really find the Enlightor to be to low in gain ( arround 0.8 in reality and not 0.95 as postulated ) to be "ultimate" for big screens, but I agree, it has a very nice weave.
And in comparsion with the Screen research Clear Pix 2 ( real gain about 0.9 ) , the CP2 is better on the AT side, but its weave is not as fine as the E4K
BTW. I have a sample of their new (?) Enlighter Neo S, but havnt tested it yet - but it has a different weave then the Enlightor 4K, and should have even less loss of the audio ( less then 1 db ) , but dont know anything about its gain for now, but the weave looks very fine
I've got 2 AT screens in different HT systems at the moment. Both are set up very differently. My VW500 system has a Screen Innovations curved frame with Maestro white material. My AT system has retractable Seymour Screen with their Center Stage XD material with my old VW95ES. The more critical of 2 systems is the VW500, particularly from a viewing distance factor. It's got an viewing distance of only 11". At that distance the Maestros weave disappears pretty when under full light. But at as much as 9" its noticeable. With the Seymour I haven't properly measured the viewing distance at which its weave becomes noticeable. However, in that install the closest seating to it is easily 14" away so extremely difficult to spot anything really. Both screen seem to my ears have excellent acoustic properties.