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Hoping that some of you have gone this route:

Have 9501LC for movies, want a high lumen PJ for daytime TV viewing in light filled room.

What have you folks gone with?

I am thinking about the LT260.

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You probably won't be able to do it... and if you could, you'd probably need something the likes of a 2200L PLV70.
 

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As Jpinto says, a projector probably isn't the answer for a daytime light filled room use. Even though you'll by able to see the picture (using a PLV 70), PQ will be so sub-optimum you probably won't like it.


If you go that route anyway, another less expensive option is the Panasonic 720U which also does 2200 lumens.
 

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Doesn't it also depend in part on the screen size and shape. I mean there is that 10x wide-angle screen and the 20x narrow-angle screen or Vutec's curved 13x gain screen... They are not flat, but they would provide a picture in daylight with even moderate lumens, I'd bet.


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PLV70 and one of Vultec's High Gain screens, maybe like the silverstar


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I have a Boxlight SE20HD (read PLV-70) and I have to agree with HTCrazy. While the picture is definitily watchable during the day when some light control is implemented, it is less than optimal. With fptv, ambient light is a problem. Of course, glare is a problem with just about anything. I am not a fan of rptv for the same reason. I agree, plamsa or direct view is the way to go in this situation.
 
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