The maximum physical dimensions in which to fit a screen is:Yes you say that but maybe he can increase the screen size or move the pj further back, or he may want to view HDR material etc.
WIDTH - 272cm/107"
HEIGTH - 150cm/60"
-- Giving DIAGONAL - 312cm/123" on 16:9
Throw range 4.5m (lens to screen with an approx. depth of 50cm on the machine. It will sit all the way back up against the rear wall)
A screen at this size could fit but then it would be right up on the ceiling. Unless I buy a sheet of VANTA black to fit in the ceiling I believe it would give some really bad light reflections.
Quite counterproductive if you want to go JVC for really good shadowdetail in the first place, right?
The Intentional use is 1080p, 23.976, SDR content. Some possible use of frame interpolation for computer animated movies. And some high performance PC gaming.He have already stated the max screen size, and HDR material is fairly messed up on these projectors, unless you get a lumagen or Mad VR, and then it still dont make sense to lower contrast to get higher dynamic range.. A 1080P JVC works perfect with HD Blu Ray D65 8 bit Rec 709, 1:1 pixel mapping, nice motion, as soon as you activate e shift you compromise motion, and add noise.
Seriously the X500 is a much better projector than the X5900 for a setup like that, i have both here on a 110" screen.