Televisions Tv Misc

SizeWidthHeightArea
32″27.9″
70.9 cm
15.7″
39.9 cm
438 in2 
0.283 m2
40″34.9″
88.6 cm
19.6″
49.8 cm
684 in2 
0.441 m2
43″37.5″
95.3 cm
21.1″
53.6 cm
791 in2 
0.511 m2
50″43.6″
110.7 cm
24.5″
62.2 cm
1068 in2 
0.689 m2
55″47.9″
121.7 cm
27.0″
68.6 cm
1293 in2 
0.835 m2
60″52.3″
132.8 cm
29.4″
74.7 cm
1538 in2 
0.992 m2
65″56.7″
144.0 cm
31.9″
81.0 cm
1809 in2 
1.166 m2
70″61.0″
154.9 cm
34.3″
87.1 cm
2092 in2 
1.349 m2
75″65.4″
166.1 cm
36.8″
93.5 cm
2407 in2 
1.553 m2
80″69.7″
177.0 cm
39.2″
99.6 cm
2732 in2 
1.763 m2
85″74.1″
188.2 cm
41.7″
105.9 cm
3090 in2 
1.993 m2

Projector Screen

Pacific Screens 4:3 electric: 3132mm outside bracket to bracket

 


20161018

  • Have 2 new projectors
    • Sony HW-V45ES for nighttime
    • Epson EB-1980WU for daytime.

Have my old Pacific Screens (Auckland) electric 3m 4:3 but it has a motor issue so won’t retract.

Looking for 1 screen dedicated to each projector.  I believe i can make two fixed screens with a mechanism to swap them over or get them out of the way.

http://www.themasterswitch.com/best-home-projector-screens


For Sony (mostly dark but white walled room so not a blacked out dedicated space)

 

 

 


For Epson (daytime)

Materials:

http://www.perfectprojectors.com/inventory/4737246/

Seems some materials that are ALR need longer throws, AVForum members say such things, re >1/6, >2.0 to eliminate ‘sparkle’ on some high gain ALR screens.

 

http://www.perfectprojectors.com/inventory/4737246/

Carls place? cheapish but not such good reviews

http://www.projectorcentral.com/ambient-light-rejection-screens-2.htm