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Old 12-03-2019, 12:27 AM   #61
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Projector: JVC RS-2000
Screen: Screen Innovations Black Diamond 106" 1.4 gain

Some people might not like my setup, but I had to go with an ALR (ambient light rejecting) screen because my theater room is a multi-purpose room. My throw distance is relatively short (~12 ft) and the screen is smallish (106") with high gain (1.4) so it produces a very bright picture that can be watched with a small amount of light in the room and even with the window shade open at dusk or early morning. I can watch HDR on low lamp with plenty of brightness available. My calibrator said he measured around 125 nits available in LOW lamp.
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Projector: JVC RS-2000
Screen: Screen Innovations Black Diamond 106" 1.4 gain

Some people might not like my setup, but I had to go with an ALR (ambient light rejecting) screen because my theater room is a multi-purpose room. My throw distance is relatively short (~12 ft) and the screen is smallish (106") with high gain (1.4) so it produces a very bright picture that can be watched with a small amount of light in the room and even with the window shade open at dusk or early morning. I can watch HDR on low lamp with plenty of brightness available. My calibrator said he measured around 125 nits available in LOW lamp.
Looks really nice to me! And as long as you enjoy it......
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