Originally Posted by CINERAMAX
Very nice, I was thinking of something similar for the third superkontrast.
I have a few questions if you don't mind.
1-What material is this thin panel in between the lens ring and the projecktor chassis?
wood, plastic, metal? 1-B it looks like there is a smaller subpanel that is closed in after the lens is in place, in that case ignore question3.
2- Is the opening round or elliptical (to accommodate the vertical lens shift).
3-How did you lock down the screen locks with such restricted access?
4-Are the black velvet curtains adding additional sound insulation to the panel or they are just for light scatter countermeasure effect?
Looks very clean. Congrats.
Oh wait! Question 5- I see you got a Denon surround processor. How do you like the scaler section compared to a straight 1080p feed into the projector dvi in?
I was thinking of using ACOUSTIBLOK.
Last question if the projector has 65 db in the open what do you think you are getting now in front of the lens 45-55db?
1.its a very strong wood about 32mm thick and it is coated with velux from steward(the very very black velvet from them they use to cover there screens)
2.the optic is in the front 120 mm max deeper inside a little bit less.
the hole in the wood is 130mm and round.
so in theory i have 6-7 mm arround but for some reason the worker made it wrong.
the did 130 mm opening but use a slightly wrong position
to so therefore i have
on the left side just 3mm space between the optic and the wood.
but that is enough for the lens shift i need.
3.please explan again i not understand.
4.the black velvet in front of the wood is a normaly black velvet and its just
to cover the front from that pr. room that is made from this strong 32mm wood.
it has no nosie level decrease.
5.i had the avp2 in the past and i like the sound from the denon a lot.
the problem for me was after i lost my right ear i can not heare anymore
where the sound comes from so i not can rate anymore how good the unit
sounds about spatial.
for me its the same if i just have one speaker in the
center or a 7.2 set up
as the dp 2000 can only take p formats i need to make deinterlacing
for 1920x1080 50 and 60i
in the lumagen or the denon.
i use the lumagen for this but the denon do it also even with
but all adjustments cr.color....... are not there with the denon.
that is one more reason why i use the radiance.
you are sure the dp 2000 has only 65db?
i think it have more but anyway if that 65db are right that means you have to add the sound level the air exaust and air input have and i am sure you will measure
over 70db with it.
as you can see in one off my first pictures in this thread i have use big sound absorber in both directions (air in and out) but as i have a sound level meter i will measure the sound level for you as it was a
good idea and i am also interestet to see what are the numbers at the
first row and the secound.
btw. the sound that comes out from the spacing that i have arround the optic is not much.