All glass lenses? x element lenses? x mm lenses? :confused:
Been watching youtube videos about various projectors.
Selling points include using all glass lenses unlike a lot of our competitors, the large number of lens elements and large size of the lens used.
Which got me wondering about the importance of lenses, which for me raises more questions than answers.
Which if any projectors in the the $3,000+, $6,000+, $9,000+, $18,000+ price ranges have lenses that are not all glass?
Is glass better than optical acrylic? Why?
Is having more lens elements better than having fewer? Why?
Is a larger lens better than a smaller lens? Why?
What effect on image quality does the lens quality have?
What percentage of a projector's cost should be the lens?
Is the lens really a key selling point?
Projectiondesign F30 1080 VizSim with EN15 lens.130" white painted screen.
KEF Cresta 30 front speakers. Cresta 20c centre speaker. Cresta 10 rear speakers. Rega Vulcan subwoofer. Dayton Audio TT25-8 PUCK Tactile Transducers.
Samsung BD-H6500 Bluray player. Sony STR-DB930 AV Receiver (Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1)
Bat cave room.
Last edited by dovercat; 06-03-2020 at 04:58 AM.