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would the "M" suffice ? pj will be at about 7meters from the screen (430cm wide scope)
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At one time I had a C3X 1080 and managed to get it to work with a 1.33x (smaller than the M) at about 19' back from a 10' wide (2.40) screen. It was tight, however. The M is really what I should have had, but it wasn't out yet.
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Take a look at the new Prismasonic. It is shipping soon and has a larger aperture then the
Isco3 and I believe at a price cheaper then the Schneider.
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i think the M will do , throw ratio is about 2.32 in this project

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