Originally Posted by markross_ita
What do you mean by "mounting the screen and the projector properly"? How is properly in this case?
I think he just means at the recommended 1.5X the screen size for mounting distance.
General, mostly unrelated thought:
I've used my CineGrey 3D with a BenQ1070, an Epson 2045, an Epson 2150 (for a week), and now an Epson 3700.
Hot spotting was definitely most notable on the BenQ W1070. As to be expected, as it generally has a lower brightness uniformity than the Epson's.
However, of important note... I never noticed any hotspotting during real use, meaning that hotspotting was generally only notable when a solid color (white, particularly) was filling the entire screen. When real images & motion are occurring, not noticed at all.
If you plan to use the CineGrey 3D as a computer monitor would be the only use-case I would be concerned about hot spotting.
Another interesting tidbit I've encountered after using the CineGrey 3D for over 2 years now. Sparkles. A sparkle developed randomly one day. Out of the blue. I could only see it from certain perspectives and it was driving me nuts.
How could a sparkle randomly show up? Answer? Dust. Somehow after I dusted the screen and made sure it was clean, the sparkle was gone. Very odd. The dust must have somehow been changing the reflection angle on a tiny pinhead size of the screen to where the reflection was directly in to my eye balls.