I am setting up a home theater in our bedroom and need some help with what projector to buy. I have read almost every thread for weeks as well as searching reviews but by now I think I may have information overload. I have a plasma in my living room and really love the more natural looking picture, although i really like great black levels I find that having the ability to make out details in the blacks even more important. When I watch an LED tv even though the blacks can be great the blacks details all seem to get washed out and everything just looks black, and the more digitized looking picture really bugs me also.
My budget is about 1500 but would like it to be less if possible, My screen size is 100" and the projector will need to have lens shift side to side and up and down because the projected image will need to be pretty close to the top of the 8 ft ceiling that the projector will be hanging from, and their is a ceiling fan in the way of mounting it dead center to the screen.
So far I have purchased speakers and amp
Energy veritas 5.1 fronts
Energy mini V center --( should have gone bigger but space and WAF involved)
Energy mini V surrounds
Energy S10.3 sub
Denon 2112 receiver
And maybe I jumped the gun a little but went with a budget screen, the Elite 100" spectrum series electric screen. I am sold on spending more on the screen material but as a newbie to projectors and spending countless hours researching I finally thought I would just get a cheap one until I can see what I like and do not like about it (gain ect..) before making a more informed decision when spending more. The picture with the painters tape is the view able
size of the screen when everything is hooked up.
Oh, and the room will be painted a medium flat grey color this week before the install but the ceiling will have to stay white. The room will be able to be darkened at night by shutting our bedroom door and will have a blind on the one window, although no room darkening curtains or anything. It will probably never be turned on during the daytime. The only feature that I know I need is a 12v trigger, and content will consist of about
So far the benq w6000 seems like it would fit the bill? Also I love the awesome warranty of the epsons. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...sc04301sk.jpg/http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/571/dsc04302x.jpg/http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/713/dsc04303d.jpg/