OK. Screen novice here, try not to giggle out loud. I am considering getting a m2500 screen to replace my 16:9 11 ft. wide painted wall. I am going for some real strides in brightness. The problem is I am sitting 15 ft. away, just short of 1.5 times screen width. I would like to reduce hotspotting as much as possible and was wondering this: If I constructed a curved screen, 11 ft. wide with, say, 1" of depth, does anyone think that such a shallow depth will have a noticable affect on the focus/distortion from a projector that is 25 ft away? 1" seems ever so slight, but it might be enough to elimate light fall-off from my seating position. I love having the "somtimes considered way to HUGE screen", and that I will not compromise. Any thoughts?
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1/30/01 at 5:27am