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Ok Guys,


I spent the day making a blueprint up of my room, measuring distances and heights and whatnot!!!


Anyways, I'm going to have from about 18-20ft. distance from lens to screen, ceiling is 8.1ft tall I wish the screen to be as close to 192max inches diagonal as possible. The screen is 13ft 10inches wide...


Now my true question is which model of the G15 should I purchase??? I notice that the models S15, M15, and G15, all have different throw ratios, and lens zoom types.


Someone please tell me which one is best for me!!! I know one of these will compliment my throw distance better, and keep in mind I do plan on eventually getting a Quadscan Elite and a ISCO II lens....


Please help!!


[This message has been edited by King Rygar (edited 10-01-2001).]
 

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This has been covered before, but...


The S15 and M15 are fixed throw lenses, mainly for rear projection, I think. Don't know the specs. You'll want the G15.


You can find details on what throw distances and screen sizes are possible in the JVC Lens Calculator , and the spec sheets on JVC's projectors here.


- Dave


[This message has been edited by Dave T (edited 10-01-2001).]
 

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Actually the M15 isn't fixed but operates over a narrower range than the G-15.

I orginally had the M15 lens then had it switched to the G-15 lens.

Apparently the M15 lens is of a slightly higher quality.


Rick
 
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