|Originally posted by Phil Olson:|
I got a call also. I was hoping to get 12' x 5', (2.40:1), but unfortunately they were not able to go any wider than 100" x 54", (1.85:1). http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/frown.gif They were also unable to do micro-perf at this time. http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/frown.gif
In your testing how much light fall-off does micro-per create? Have YOU tested greyhawk with the micro-perf option? How long will the beta last? Are we restricted from posting on this forum? Even though we havenm't signed a non-disclosure, I'm more than willing to follow your wishes.
Thanks for the opportunity,
We did test a GreyHawk Micro-Perf screen last week with a Sony VPL HT 10 LCD projector and a Seleco DLP projector. Their was a 10.2 percent light loss, confirming what we anticipated. The images had CRT like contrast, excellent color saturation, or what I would term "High Image Fidelity".
Since your existing screen is Micro-Perfed I think we should replace it with a micro-perf GrayHawk. The down side is it may delay your shipment few more days.
Phil... this is Stewart Films' first experience with Beta testing.
We will be going through a learning curve and perhaps we may even make a few mistakes. As for how long will the Beta program last? I do believe that the tester can evaluate the screen image qualities in a minimum amount of time. We will be asking you both objective and subjective questions.
As for discussing your observations of the GreyHawk screen in this forum.
I did not even think about that until you brought it up.
My instinct tells me that it would be a risky business decision...but...
on the other hand, the respectable members of this forum motivated Stewart Filmscreen for the need of this type of product. I have found this forum as a great exchange for ideas and it helps me keep my thinking in perspective. Phil, I am interested in yours and other forum members opinions on an open book policy.