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post #1 of 2 Old 02-02-2013, 07:56 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi, Im done with my Audio part . Now its time for the Video part. smile.gif

Now the questions set :

Projector Room :

I have a open space on my terrace , 14x20 and Im looking to use 14x15 of its space for my projector room. Before building the room, do I need to keep something in mind or make some specific checklist for the construction people ?
Is there a specific guidelines for projector room construction ?
I want to make it perfect, so I havent started the construction yet. Once, I have the complete idea, I will hire the contractor.

Projector and Screen :

My room width is 14 feet . And 150 inch screens are like 11.2 feet . Im looking to install a 150 inch screen.
So, is Epson tw8100 a good choice ?
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I guess it depends on what is most important to you, as far as image quality. The TW8100 is the US Epson 5020 I think. You might want to look here first. and look at the Epson 5020 threads. Looks like for that screen size, you need to put the pj as close as possible, at about 14 ft. 8 in away, just to keep the brightness up. Thats even using a 1.3 gain screen.
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