Originally Posted by pb_maxxx /forum/post/17011472
there are a couple plastics distributors near algonquin who sell 4'x8' mirrors for approx $100.
Originally Posted by stratman50 /forum/post/0
...I like to use my 6100 on high brightness mode, 13' throw and I sit 14' away from projector,the screen will be 48"x84" when finished.Also which silver fire should I use?
Originally Posted by stratman50 /forum/post/17013555
Thanks for the info.The only place I found that had the acyrilic mirror was Lowes online and they wanted $240.I do not want to start a big debate but is it even worth it for me to use the mirror solution?
I like to use my 6100 on high brightness mode, 13' throw and I sit 14' away from projector,the screen will be 48"x84" when finished. Also which silver fire should I use?
Originally Posted by stratman50 /forum/post/17021692
For the 6100, I'd use 2.0 colorant for ambient light circumstances, and 1.0 - 1.5 for Controlled lighting. Using Low Lamp if possible isn't just for saving Bulb life....the 6100 MUST use Low lamp to achieve it's best contrast specifications.
If you decide to use "High" all the time...you should ONLY consider a 2.0 mix. Even with total light control.
So is the 2.0 the 3oz?
Originally Posted by pb_maxxx /forum/post/17025597
i just spoke with E&T plastics distributor (in chicagoland)... and they stock aluminum laminated rigid expanded pvc...
on one side a baked white and on the other side a mirror finish silver.
8' x 4' for just $72.50.
the entire 4'x8' sheet weighs less than 15 lbs.
Originally Posted by stratman50 /forum/post/17026970
Will this work well with the 6100?I called the place in Addison and they have a 97x49x1/8" mirror acyrilic for $106 with tax.I am thinking of going with glass so i can undo, if anything gets screwed up.