For watching movies and switching easily from pass-thru to stretch using the remote control, its perfect. If you stick your nose to the screen and focus (pun) on test patterns, you will notice slight barrel distortion and a slightly softer image in the stretch mode. I think it is a great solution, particularly the remote-controlled, motorized version.
OK, Ruby is sitting in the box upstairs, drywall is stacked on a pile in the basement . . . and I am continuing to wait patiently (ok, not so patiently) for all of this construction to end and the building of my HT to begin.
So, I have been reading as much as I can about add-on lenses for the PJs and the Ruby specifically, but I am not sure I can discern what situation warrants the addition of a lens -- I am looking to mount the Ruby at between 12 - 15 feet for a 100" Stewart Firehawk screen. What should I look for to determine whether I should be in the market for an add-on lens? Any help for a new AVSer is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
OK, that definitely helps. I am actually going to be using one of the masking systems from HTIQ, so constant height is not in the cards. . . hmmm, I guess I'll have to keep reading the forums to find something else to tweak my planned set up.
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