I just bought a used Optoma H31 with low lamp hours, and I absolutely love it (my first projector)!! Problem is, it came with a retro reflective screen (Graywolf 92") which was fine for the first week, until I mounted the projector on the ceiling. Now, the wall works better than the screen. I'm wondering if anyone on here can suggest a decent budget priced (hopefully around $200) angular reflective screen. It would be nice if it had a gain of more than 1, since the H31 is not extremely high lumen output. Also, I liked what the gray did for contrast with the Graywolf. But I'm no videophile (not yet, anyway), and I'm not too picky. I would just like to emulate the quality and brightness of that I had with the Graywolf when my projector was on the table in front of the couch. Oh, and since I've already hung the Graywolf, I have hooks in the wall to accomodate a 92" screen, so even though I have room for a bigger one, I'd probably be fine sticking with that size (although drilling new holes for a bigger screen isn't out of the question). Any suggestions? Thanks for reading!
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2/13/07 at 10:49pm