Originally Posted by cinnabun93 /t/1417210/what-is-the-best-projection-screen-money-is-no-object#post_22163824
I'm sorry for not including that it will be in a basement with NO windows or ambient light. The walls are painted white & it is extremely non reflective.
Originally Posted by cinnabun93 /t/1417210/what-is-the-best-projection-screen-money-is-no-object#post_22167022
My bad. I am new to projectors and appreciate the advice and correcting me. I am able to paint my entire room including the ceiling. What would be the best screen if I paint it Burgundy or a darker color?
Originally Posted by programmergeek /t/1417210/what-is-the-best-projection-screen-money-is-no-object#post_22178942
The screen needs to match the projector. So first choose the projector then the size and then you can really look at what screens will perform the best. I think the best screen is a gray screen better blacks with no down side if you have a bright projector. Myself I am a huge Black Diamond screen but I have people that come in and don't like that screen as well. I woudl go around and look at some and get some samples and compair them next to each other. There is no peorfect screen yet but I woudl get one that is 4k rated these days. I think the stewert is.
Originally Posted by cinnabun93 /t/1417210/what-is-the-best-projection-screen-money-is-no-object#post_22161465
I have no budget for the screen because i've heard that if you get an excellent quality screen you can use it for decades. I want the absolute BEST projection screen commercially available.
I have the Reference Studio AudioWeave (motorized tab-tensioned) and like it a lot.Quote:
Originally Posted by ender921 /t/1417210/what-is-the-best-projection-screen-money-is-no-object#post_23675862
Decided to go with the white, non-4K, tab-tensioned, in the form of the Elunevision Titan 92".
Originally Posted by vidkidd /t/1417210/what-is-the-best-projection-screen-money-is-no-object#post_23928438