3550 seems pretty solid, i did the tk850 for more lumens, i like bright projector
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they dont even have the latest xbox or playstation....and they dont have iPhones...welcome to HELL!!!!Nice to meet you Satan!
Light controlled...can pretty much make it black. Black ceiling, grey walls, 135 screen, Silver Ticket: gray...sitting 14 from screen. Mostly HT/TV. TIAWithout knowing all the fine details its impossible to recommend what might work better for you. Room environment/ambient/reflected light control is the most important but also need intended screen size, screen type, seating distance, screen AR, room size, placement restrictions and any other details you can think of.
135" grey screen would most likely rule out the HT3550 since it isn't that bright to begin with. The 6040 would look stellar but there's some quality issues with the power supply that I personally would avoid even in a refurb. Some are completely fine with the potential risk and the 3 year warranty would probably be enough to make me a bit more comfortable with it. It will for sure throw the best image but its HDR handling is a PIA. Since you have a grey screen I'd for sure look more at the 3800. Matched with that grey screen you will get really good contrast and pretty good black levels (not as good as the 6040 though). The 3800 won't have as great of color as the HT3550, and Epson 40x0/50x0/60x0 but it isn't exactly bad.Light controlled...can pretty much make it black. Black ceiling, grey walls, 135 screen, Silver Ticket: gray...sitting 14 from screen. Mostly HT/TV. TIA