Originally posted by D_B_0673
Bias Lighting "behind" the screen??? My screen will be on the back wall.
Dan, won't this hurt you neck always looking behind you to watch your movies? I recommend putting this screen on your front wall. Search for "bias" lighting.
Gordon, I really wouldn't worry too much about about this "scattering" effect. Very very very low on the picture inprovement priorities list. You would have to have an extremely well tuned system to even notice it.
Hey you really threw me with your post so I forgot to thank you for the compliment.
I was thinking... What the hell is he thinking saying this should be in a magazine? Alan, don't you know by now that AVS crushes any magazine?
The fact that you got exclusive rights to my work is a testiment to how worthy I think this communication medium is. Sorry to those who haven't found AVS yet. They'll have to just rely on the opinions of marketers.
Alan, maybe you should raise the AVS bar one notch higher by offering a yearly award to the most informative post. This would reduce the nonsense chatter, save on server bandwidth and probably pull in some of that Grey Matter we have lost over the years. I'd love to see some of the old brainpower return to AVS. BTW, $1000 award would definately raise my level of blather.
Yes, even DLP looks good on the SilverStar.
Thanks again for the compliments and you should definately pick one of these things up for the showroom. I continue to enjoy it's benefits. There is probably a stigma to the SilverStar that it's just too expensive. All I can say is I've seen a lot of products bought over the years that are much more expensive, and purchased on hype alone. What I can say about this product is it will likely be the best upgrade to the final image you'll make. Here's to delivering the image that you never knew was there!