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Thread Starter 
How large is your screen, HxW, and how far back do you sit from it??

Thanks,

-- Cain
post #2 of 50
Using a G10, approx. 9'x5' 16:9 screen, sitting ~10 feet away. Cannot see the pixels.

I use a 2.8 gain screen and find the brightness in this configuration to be very adequate, although not outstanding.

Andy K.
post #3 of 50
Currently 7 ft. wide and 9 ft. away. With the arrival of the Pannie though, that will change to 8 ft. wide.

Chris
post #4 of 50
92" wide; 13' seating distance

ken
post #5 of 50
8' X 6' I'm at 13 feet viewing distance.on my G11U


Hugo

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post #6 of 50
80" by 45". 12' back.

Bob

http://members.home.net/bobwood21/cheap

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post #7 of 50
G11, 52x92", 11.5' from eyeballs to screen

-Chris
post #8 of 50
96"x54" screen, about 12 feet away from first (and currently only) row of seating.
post #9 of 50
G11, 118" x 66" Grayhawk, 20' viewing distance.

Jay
post #10 of 50
72"x54" viewed from 9'.
Oops, sorry I'm not a DILA owner yet.

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Ken Elliott

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post #11 of 50
61"x108" 10' eyes to screen.
I'm using a G10 with a diy curved matte white screen made from Alan G's plans.
Jeff
post #12 of 50
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys, I'm contemplating 96x54 with first row about 11' back..

I was/am afraid that may be too close, and would have thar "front-row-of-the-theater" feel..

-- Cain
post #13 of 50
I'm also in the 96x54 camp. I normally sit 12' away but the position of my couch is quite flexible, so I'll move closer (or further) at a whim.
post #14 of 50
107x60 at 14 feet

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Randy
G20/CI
post #15 of 50
13' wide 16:9 Grayhawk screen viewed from 15' back.

G15/ISCO/HTPC

-Dean.
post #16 of 50
I'll have a G-15, Stewart Greyhawk Ultimate 4way 118" wide 16/9. First row seating 17 feet back.
Earl
post #17 of 50
96 x 54 Grayhawk, we sit 18 feet away.
post #18 of 50
Using a G10 with 120" 16:9 DIY screen. Seating Distance is around 13' away.
post #19 of 50
G11 at 12-13' distance, projecting onto a DaLite Highpower 106" (92" x 52").

Brian



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post #20 of 50
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys. You folks have some really BIG screens, and many of you sit pretty close.

I'm feeling better about my planned screen and seating distance.

Anyone else???

-- Cain
post #21 of 50
150" wide 16:9 screen projected by G20 wth Isco. Sitting 18 feet back.


Frank
post #22 of 50
7.5' picture
7.5' distance
g11 on white wall
post #23 of 50
87" x 48" (16x9), G20 onto Grayhawk, sitting 14 feet back.

I would have gone with a larger screen, but that was all that would fit.

- Dave
post #24 of 50
Can someone tell me if you can see the pixels from less than one screen width away? I'm looking to to a 10'*6' screen and sit around 10' away (for the first row) and I want to know if you can see the gap between the pixels from that distance. How does it hold up if you get closer?

Regards,

Kam Fung
post #25 of 50
I personally cant see the pixels from 4 feet away.

10 foot wide. 15 feet from screen
post #26 of 50
10' wide 16x9 g20 12' away
post #27 of 50
Thread Starter 
KFung, that is also my question.

-- Cain
post #28 of 50
I am using a 52x92 GrayHawk screen with a JVC/Dila G11U. seating is about 13' away.
post #29 of 50
96"x54" about 11' back.

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post #30 of 50
Thread Starter 
How does that size and distance look to you Cameron?? Width?? Pixels??

-- Cain
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