Originally Posted by Tacky
Long time reader, seldom poster from Australia
I'm about to purchase an epson 9000W and suddenly I start reading about projector lag.
I game about 10-20% of the time. The plan is for a mount point in the ceiling at ~4.6m to throw a 150in 16:9. it's a decent sized room at 7m x 4m and will be doing nothing but home theatre in total darkness.
Can someone who's actually using a 9000W (5010e or 6010) please tell the forum what it's actually like to play FPS in the real world on this PJ?
I'll be wanting to play halo, bf3, mw3, mass effect, borderlands, gears in co op with a mate on the couch. ps3 and xbawkz
I changed my decision to the epson over the panasonic AE7000 because of the Epson's greater throw and zoom range and greater light output for my big 150in screen.
Now i'm thinking I might have to change my decision back?!
Some real world actual use opinions/thoughts would be useful,
Thank you all!
I have the 6010 and play all the First Person Shooters, I can still go 30 and 10 without camping in all the games, if there is this lag it doesn't affect me and beleive me, if I thought the lag was so bad that it was causing me to get killed I would put my Epson 6500 up underneath the 6010 and use it just for gaming.
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