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I picked up the last of the SMX AT screen material about 2007. It was the last of their material before they went commercial.


My question is, what gain do you think this material is, there wasnt a bunch of different gains at that time, just AT material.


I ask this as i begin looking for a new projector, the Mits HC4000 is in the running as of now ( it fits my budget ) ( and its a DLP ).
 

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Gain on a screen is measured how it reflects light.

1.0 reflect light "equally around"


A high gan concentrates the light in a specific direction. # for a high gain would be

2.4 or higher.

This is extremely general but gives you an idea of the gain of your screen compared to a high gain.


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Originally Posted by scottyb /forum/post/20909057


Gain on a screen is measured how it reflects light.

1.0 reflect light "equally around"


A high gan concentrates the light in a specific direction. # for a high gain would be

2.4 or higher.

This is extremely general but gives you an idea of the gain of your screen compared to a high gain.


Scott

Cool, thanx Scott
 
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