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My living room has 6.5m high cathedral ceils.. filled it with a 180" Elite Screen. 200" screen would have fitted had I relocated the wall lights. Using a Optoma UHD65 4K projector. Throw distance a bit over 6m. Light coloured walls, unshaded windows, makes this a less than perfect HT room. Only used at night. Mannequin heads have been relocated.

 

 

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Acoustics was another issue. Hard wood floors, large glass windows, squarish living room dimensions.. fortunately, a follow SN member had some nice used acoustic panels (disguised cleverly as art). I bought all 5 pieces from him for a very modest sum. The living area is one open area with the dining area, kitchen and stairs. I spread the panels out. Acoustics improved somewhat.

 

 

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On 08/12/2019 at 2:41 PM, Jventer said:

Great artwork.

Cheers. Previous SN owner had good taste. Worked out great with my peach walls. Nobody suspects they're acoustic panels.

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11 hours ago, audiohippo said:

Wow, that’s a big screen!

Yes, it is a large screen. However, the picture is as sharp as, with excellent colour saturation. Prior to installing the 180" screen, I had it just projected onto the wall directly. Image was approx. 250" and image looked great too. The Optoma UHD65 projector is rated to 300" maximum projection. Below is a YouTube clip I uploaded a while back to demonstrate how clear the images are. Note, the poor room acoustics (echoey), was reduced somewhat with all the acoustic art panels fitted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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