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post #61 of 65 Old 11-10-2007, 05:25 AM
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I've almost decided to go gray because for movies a think the 350 to 400 lumens panny provides on best modes are enough to illuminate a 84" screen using min throw distance(1,85 to 1,90x zoom). I'm just a little bit worried about the gray whites you mentioned.
For viewing with some ambient light i believe the normal mode has plenty enough light too(900 lumens).
Do you agree?
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post #62 of 65 Old 11-10-2007, 05:20 PM
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Don't worry too much about the whites. I've used a gray screen for almost 5 years now and whites have never bothered me. Now, if you hold up a white screen next to it, then yes, the whites look worse on mine, but without the direct side by side comparison, you'll never notice it.
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post #63 of 65 Old 11-10-2007, 05:55 PM
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Don't worry too much about the whites. I've used a gray screen for almost 5 years now and whites have never bothered me. Now, if you hold up a white screen next to it, then yes, the whites look worse on mine,

Yep, and on the other hand if you hold up a white screen next to yours the blacks will look better on your screen.

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Will the 2000 be able to pump out at 1080p through vga??
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Will the 2000 be able to pump out at 1080p through vga??

Fixed pixel displays, display at their native resolution so they will take whatever you feed it and map it to the panel rez - in this case 1920 x 1080.

A good display should be able to 1:1 pixel map, that is if you feed it a source at its native rez it should display all those pixels without scaling.

So the question is your vidcard up to snuff?

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