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  1. Palmino

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  2. Neil Joseph

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    Nice setup. I am a real FP fan. BTW which JVC DVD player do you have. The model# is not by the pic. I am using the 500 right now.
     
  3. Palmino

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    i have
    XV-S302SL
    Plays DVD Video, CD, CD-R/RW, VCD, SVCD and MP3 formats
    High-bit/high-sampling (10-bit/27MHz video D/A converter
    Component Video, Composite Video, and S-Video terminals
    1-bit P.E.M. D.D. Converter with 96kHz/24-bit audio resolution
    Full Function remote control
    Coaxial digital outputs for PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS

    this one is silver
    but i really want that new one XV-N50BK
    i like that blue cd-tray and also fits more to my black Kenwood receiver.
    i'm thinking about putting fabrics around my screen but first i need new roof on my garage :) after that when fabrics :)
    i like you DIY project, i was thinking about doing that myself but then my wife wouldn't let me do it and beside that i needed option that my screen can scroll up and down :) check out my DVD collection it is up to 342 as of today
     
  4. Rob||Kur||

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    Is the screen tensioned or non-tensioned?

    How's the picture on that FP?

    That's the same as the Sanyo Z1, right?
     
  5. AlbertL

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    Nice setup!

    But what I REALLY want to know is where you got the Two Towers DVD that you're apparently playing (it is on the next page after the first page of your site).

    Albert[​IMG]
     
  6. Mark Amayao

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    I am going to purchase this projector on friday "PLVZ1"
    what do you think of it and how does it look like at 101 inches. How far is your seating area?
     
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  8. Palmino

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    Derek this is TT DVD from they movie promotion, everything just like any other dvd just missing some stuff but anyway I’ll go and get that real DVD soon as it come out.

    Rob when I get that FP I did not think it is going to be this good pic. First day that I turned on that fp and looked on that picture, I was blown away.
    Believe me it is great projector, it is quite and yes it is same as Sanyo Z1. The screen is tensioned

    Mark my seating area is 16' away from screen and again to that projector YOU'LL BE SUPRISSED BY HOW GOOD THAT PIC IS.

    AlbertL I did download that movie :) and burned DVD
    no I’m not going to sell that dvd :), yes I do dl movies that I don't get to see in theater but soon as that dvd comes out it is my, check my DVD collection it is up to 342

    Thanks for checking out my HT, there is upcoming DIY project so I’ll put some more pic soon
     
  9. Derek Iverson

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    SHARE *cough* *cough* REACTOR *cough*
     
  10. Palmino

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    should that "cough" be good or bad :) ?
     
  11. Derek Iverson

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    [​IMG]
     
  12. Mark Amayao

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    How far is the projector from the screen? Im getting my projector on Friday and my room is about 20 x 20. You can see on my website what my dilemna is on my website link below. I was thinking on the uppermost shelf behind the bed or a base table at the foot of my bed. I would prefer no larger than a 90 inch screen.
     
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    right now i have screen size of 101" and my projector is little bit under 10' away from screen so i did some calculation for you and to get 92-93" diag you should place you projector 9' away from screen
    good thins about this projector is that you can enlarge picture on the projector so this is my tip to you
    enlarge as much as posibly then try to place your projector, latter you can make that picture smaller if you need.
    when i was placing my projector i made mistake so now i have 16 small holes in my ceiling [​IMG] just because i made that picture small as posibly insted big as pos.
    there is my tip
    let me know when you get it done i would like to see more picture of screen and projector
    good job so far i like that poster very veryyyy much [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    in answer to the two towers DVD question. Last time I looked the DVD was selling on ebay for $8.99.

    I have one and with the exception of some text ("for your consideration")that is displayed at the bottom of the screen about every 15 minutes. The picture is really not bad and the sound is dolby 5.1.

    When the release comes out I will buy it (plus the extended) to get the commentary...etc but if you can't wait then buy one on ebay.
     
  15. Derek Iverson

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    Like I said before, you can download it yourself and burn it to DVD-R.

    Look at:
     

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