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    Rear projector screen

    Hi,

    I've got 3 projectors to install over the summer, I've bought 2 CP-D10's with short throw bracketrs from RocheAV (put one up yesterdat... nice and easy) but the 3rd is going in a library and I think the best option is a rear projection screen and projector as I don't want the projector to hang from the ceiling due to its poor quality.

    Has anyone used the screens before? I've only seen motorised ones for around £500 which is alot more than the £100 I usually spend but it would look cool

    I wondered if I could get away with a CP-D10 as they are good value from Roche but not sure about the 2000 ansi.. will this be enough for rear projection??

    I will be installing this myself due to tight budgets (and I enjoy it )

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    Rear projection with a translucent screen is brighter than reflective, but a this tails off more rapidly off-axis. Not really too traumatic in normal circumstances.

    Harkness-Hall are the people I'd be talking to about screens.

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