Join Date: Apr 2001
Location: San Jose, CA 95123
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I have a 10x10 bedroom where my LT150 is ceiling mounted 8' above the floor and right above my face when I am lying down on my bed in the viewing position. The result is when watching a movie, my eyes are looking down to the screen across the room, reducing eye strain. In any case, I have a resulting 68" screen that looks absolutely gorgeous. You should have no problem with your room setup. I would suggest that if you use a couch in your viewing room instead of a bed like me, then it might be a good idea to mount the LT150 about 6 1/2 - 7 feet above the floor so that the resulting image is projected closer to eye level in the seated position (EDIT: Keep in mind I am refering to the projector in upside down ceiling mount position). This is to reduce eye strain of course. Any time you look at something that bright for that long, your eyes are going to strain.
Otherwise good luck and do post some pics of your room when you are done.
HTPC: Intel NUC (DC53427HYE) running OpenELEC/Win7 Dual Boot
Projector: Optoma HD131Xe
Receiver: Onkyo TX-NR809
Screen: Elite Spectrum Electric 125"
Media Server: NAS4Free Core 2 Quad 2.40GHz