Love this sight and info on diy... have read many threads but still i'm confused.
My BOC is to my eye a greyish color and not white (rubbersibe shown) with white A4 paper
straight out of the bag i thought this is great running an old with ambient light of the ceiling and who knows where else.
EPSON ELP 8000
- LCD™ Display Technology
- 2200 ANSI Lumens
- 1024 x 768 Native Resolution
- 4:3 Native Aspect Ratio
- 300:1 Contrast Ratio
I painted a 8"strip of it with white gesso (because it was available) on a 100" screen, but lost a lot of black (guess i need a gray paint mix) around the border in widescreen, colors were better though but honestly i could hardly tell the difference between the two (with the small strip used) leading to the question does it really need painting? does the image improve that much? if so by how much 10%, 20%??? i know there are many different factors to the end result but how much difference are we talking about here?
thanks for your help and advice
Edited by little pebble - 1/10/14 at 3:00pm