Originally Posted by Alex solomon
IMO, even 110" is too big if you want close to accurate colors (using color1 &cinema 1 picture modes). You can go bigger and use the normal mode or get a high power screen. I use 115' 2.35 Dalite HP screen and ordered a 106" HDTV format last week for dual screen setup.
Thanks for the response. The screen type that I've been thinking about is da lite's
'High Contrast Cinema Vision
Designed for today's moderate output DLP and LCD projectors, this screen surface is a great choice when video images are the main source of information being projected and where ambient lighting is moderately controlled. With its specially designed gray base surface and a reflective top surface, this screen material is able to provide very good black levels without sacrificing the white level output. With its enhanced black levels and brilliant white levels, this screen surface provides deep life-like colors and greater detail and sharpness to the image. Screen surface can be cleaned with mild soap and water. Flame retardant and mildew resistant. Viewing Angle: 50° Gain: 1.1 '
well actually the cinema perf version which is the same but allows for having my center channel behind the screen.
So would this be considered a high powered screen?