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Hello. I am looking for some assistance on a screen for this projector. I am mainly looking for something that is pull down and will not wrinkle. The native rez is 4:3 but it will also do 16:9 and 5:4. The projector will be around 16 feet from the wall on a shelf. This is not a basement room so there will be some external light during the day. I am limited on the brands I can purchase however. I place the order through my work vendor witch happens to be CDW.COM. They have these brands


• Dalite
• Bretford
• Mitsubishi Digital Electronics
• Draper
• Quartet
• Epson
• InFocus
• Chief Manufacturing
• NEC Visual Systems
• Proxima
• Plus Corporation
• SERIOUS MAGIC

I was also torn as if I should go with a High contrast grey or high power screen. Da-lite also has something called Video Spectra 1.5 that is 35 degree viewing angle with a gain of 1.5.


Thanks for any help you can give. Here are the specs of this Optoma.




Resolution: Native XGA (1,024 x 768), SXGA+ (1,400 x 1,050) compressed
Brightness (typical): 2,300 lumens
Contrast Ratio
(full on/full off): 2000:1
Weight: 5.3 pounds
Dimensions
(W x H x D): 10.4 x 4.11 x 9.3 inches
(265 x 104.6 x 236.4mm)
Noise Level (typical): 32/27dB (ECO)
Lamp Type and Life: 200-watt SHP lamp
5,000 hour
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 native, 5:4 and 16:9 compatible
Input Connections: PC/Video:
15 pin D-sub input (RGBHV/YPbPr input), DVI-HDCP
Video:
One mini DIN for S-video connector
One composite RCA type connector
USB Mouse control
One Audio input for every input- (3.5mm Mini Jacks stereo)
Output Connections: 15pin monitor output (passive)
Computer Compatibility: IBM PC and compatibles, Apple Macintosh, iMac, NEC PC98 series, Fujitsu FM Towns, and VESA standards SXGA, XGA, SVGA, and VGA (resizing)
Video Compatibility: NTSC/PAL/SECAM
SDTV (480i), EDTV (480p), HDTV (720p, 1080i)

Throw Ratio: 2.0 - 2.4:1 distance/width
Keystone Correction: ± 16 degrees
Remote Control: Wireless remote
Projection Screen Size (diagonal): 24.6 to 246 inches (8.58 to 0.84 meter)
Projection Distance: 3.9 feet to 32.8 feet (0.6 to 6.24 meter)
Projection Lens: F= 2.4~2.65, f=28.04~35.59mm, 1:1.2 Manual Zoom and Focus
Projection Methods: Front, rear, ceiling, rear ceiling
Data Loop Through: Passive monitor loop through
Horizontal Scan Rate: 15 to 100 kHz
Vertical Scan Rate: 43 to 120 Hz
Operating Temperature: 41-95°F (5-35°C)
Power Supply: AC Input 100 ~ 240V, auto-switching power supply
Power Consumption: 265 watts (maximum)
<15 watts (standby mode)

Security: One Kensington key lock port
Tilt Angle: 7 degrees with elevator mechanism
IR Receivers: Front and back
Uniformity: 85%

Displayable Colors: 16.7 million colors
Standard Accessories: AC power cord, VGA to VGA, Composite Video

Optional Accessories: Short Throw Lens
Ceiling Mount Kit
15-pin to 3 RCA component/ HDTV adapter / SCART adapter

Warranty: Two year limited parts and labor, 90-days on lamps
 

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