I'm a newbie. I've been trying to read as much as possible to make a decision in purchasing an LCD or DLP projector.
I have a small room with a 10' throw and would probably be sitting about the same distance from the screen, maybe 9'. Am I going to be looking at my picture with screen door if I set it up at these distances with an LCD? I'm looking at getting the HS10, but want to make sure I'm going to have a clear picture.
shouldn't be too bad from the little amount of experience I have with projectors. just don't go for a super big screen (it would be annoying anyways to have to move your head to look at different parts of the image...)
I certainly agree with Jon. With my LT150 I think I was able to get about 80" wide at about 11ft. There may be projectors around with shorter throws now but about a year ago the the LT150 was about as short as you could get in DLP. Not sure about LCD. If you are only looking to get about 60" or so wide you should be ok for screen door with the newer lcd projectors but it is always best to check things out in person before buying or deal with someone with a really good return policy.
60" wide was what I was looking at for now. If this is the image size I want, would I still need a short throw lens/projector? At that size I shouldn't notice any screen door on a newer LCD such as the Sony Cineza HS10?
letMein, yes they do depending on the screen size, viewing distance , panel resolution and pixel fill ratio. The one to wait for is the PANASONIC AE300 with ''ANTI SCREEN DOOR TECHNOLOGY''......we'll have to wait and see.