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I've seen several postings where people claim a projector isn't desirable because they see screen door effect from great distances. Perhaps someone can clear up my possible misconception. If a projector is moved further from the projection surface doesn't the effect become more pronounced and vice versa when you move closer it's easier to see. Therefore, without knowing the projection distance/screen size, how can judgement be passed upon sombody's particular case?
 

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Correct.


The degree to which you may or may not see the screen door is dependent on the type of projector (LCD, DLP, D-ILA), the brand/model, the screen size, the screen type, the seating distance, how good your eyesight is, whether or not you slightly defocus the picture, etc., etc., etc.


Use the information simply as a guide when they say that "I could see the screen door from projector XXX while projecting this size screen and sitting this far back."


Your mileage will most definitely vary.


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