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Keith (or cheekyboy as he is known in these parts) has kindly sent me a Majestic preamp and 2 Proprius monoblocks as part of the Graham Slee loaner program. Loaner programs are great, as I'm discovering, you get to play with new toys for a few weeks for only the cost of the postage (both ways guys, best to get that out there now, both ways) and that is a no brain-er in my opinion. I haven't had the Slee gear for long enough to do a full write up yet I just thought I'd start on the process ahead of time and throw in a pic or two to keep the visual-ites amongst us happy. There they are, dwarfed by those two disc spinners of mine. The little Majestic is both a DAC and a pre and, as I have found out, has a massive amount of gain. I don't think I've taken the volume control past 8 o'clock yet, there just hasn't been a need. The two Proprius monoblocks are actually smaller than a carton of cigarettes (that's a carton, not a pack, they may be small but they aren't that small!). They are actually only slightly larger than their power supplies. My initial impressions are extremely positive, the sound quality is excellent and the musical capability of this system is in no way related to its physical size. I'll throw in a couple of shots of the Majestic because I think it deserves it, a DAC with six inputs hey, who would have thought. And a usb makes 7, almost forgot. I'll try to dig in and get to the details over the coming weekend, stay tuned.
I am looking for a fixed projector screen, 16:9 ratio any size between 120"-130" viewing area. Something like OZTS, LP morgan, Screen technics or the likes. No budget for a new one hence if someone is looking to upgrade their 16:9 to a scope.. Reason: I thought I will use my home theater only for movies hence bought a 133" scope screen but now my kid plays musics videos, youtubes, cartoons, games etc on it, so i guess a 16:9 screen is better for the purpose and flexible. Using an epson projector and it doesnt have auto zoom function. I am located in melbourne.
Hi there guys, as the title says this is my first home theatre setup and I really don't feel like I know what I'm doing at all. I'm posting here so hopefully someone can guide me on my purchasing decisions from here on out! What I'm looking at buying right now is the following: Projector: Sony VPL-HW50es from the VideoPro ebay store Screen: 110" Majestic Evo Ultra Grey fixed screen The home theatre unfortunately has fairly light coloured walls which is why I've opted for the grey screen as I've heard that's better for situations where you cant completely control the light. Seating distance will be about 5m from the screen and the projector will be mounted at about 4.5m from the screen In particular I'm not so sure about the choice of screen and so critique on that would be much appreciated Thanks in advance!