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Owl 6' Electric Screens

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by rosemanbridge, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. rosemanbridge

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    Does anyone have one and what is it like? I'm thinking of buying a 6' electric one, but would appreciate any valid opinions. I've heard the gain is quite high. Thanks.
     
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    What type of Owl. If the Othello then its a 1.2 gain which is not high
     
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    What PJ do you have?
    They are very nice screens and hang very straight with little or no curl.
     
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    I've a Z2 if that helps. Does the type of PJ make a difference? I'm new to this.
     
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    Othello is perfect for an LCd like a Z2 the type of PJ does make a difference in the gain needed as does usage as Data and HC use different gains and high ambient light also effects choice of gain.
     

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