pana pt-ae2000e

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by simon123, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. simon123

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    Hi new to all this,please can someone help with my screen size.

    The projector can be installed with a throw of between 3m and 5m to the screen.

    what is the larges diagonal 16:9 screen I can get.

    I will be using it for mainly SD/HD sport and ps3 movies.

    Also screen recommends would also be a great help.

    Seating is 5m away from screen.

    cheers
     
  2. KelvinS1965

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    According to the projector calculator from 4 metres at maximum zoom you could get a 133" diagonal screen. Maybe bring the PJ back slightly to give you a bit of adjustment if you went for a 133" screen? That would be quite a large screen for the AE2000 to light up, so maybe a 120" might be more reasonable (my AE1000 can light one up well, with a 1.8 gain material, so the brighter '2000 should be better with a lower gain screen).

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    Some thing else to consider is the viewing distance.

    Even with HD sources, if the screen is to large for your viewing distance, you will see pixalation...

    The other factor of course is that can you look at the entire picture with out having to move you r head slightly?

    I will be seating at about 12 foot from the screen so If I invest, I am looking at a 92 inch diag screen (16:9)

    Adrian
     
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    Whilst most of what you said is true, I'd pick up on the point re: pixelation. IMHO this is not an issue with the Panasonic....:)
     

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