Originally Posted by CINERAMAX
If you want 3-D I would want 6k lumens, you will have to divide that by 4.5 to get the actual once wearing glasses.
peter can you explain where the 4.5 came from.. thanks
the Titan was real bright showing 3D at Cedia and I think that was an 18Ft. screen
I was being generous, the real number for cinema is divide by 5, 20%.
Hi C, Yes you did like the Barco at Cedia I remember. The Titan is an excellent projector that fits in a normal home, the d-cine don't. The Image of the d-cine is quite better though, no offense to DPI though.
Comparing footprints, the Barco is the same width, from a legs spacing standpoint, as the rear titan legs hook into the Barco dp-1200-2000 projector pedestal to the tee. The Titan with the anamorphic lens is quite longer than the Barco though. Without the lens the Titan is shorter. The Barco is about two titans stacked on top of one another.
I NEVER EVER think that the Barco is too big, I see it as inadequate planning by the home cinema projection companies D/S/R in not planning the properly sized chassis to deliver the type of performance needed for 3-D and the upcoming short throw distance 4-K.
That being said the new 1.2/1.345" chip 2k4 3-D Barcos with 1,600 to 7,500 lamp, the Kayushas are decidedly humongous.