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Old 24th January 2003, 04:57 PM   #1
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Default Post Your Results II

The other thread was closed for obvious reasons. Let's try to keep this one clean with only posts of results here. I know that I enjoy seeing pictures of other peoples' setups, and I'm sure many others do too, but if that's not reason enough to start a new thread for it, may this one be closed too.

Someone asked for a video sample of video games on my setup, so I made another video. I had to encode this one to Windows Media because the original file was 12GB (it's from a MiniDV camcorder), and the MPEG1 was 45MB. The space I'm using is owned by my girlfriend, and I don't want to waste her bandwidth unless it's people visiting her site. The sample is available at:
http://www.fallenrose.net/robert-san...ien-vg-smp.WMV

The video sample for a projection of Ghost World is available at:
http://www.fallenrose.net/robert-san...n-proj-smp.mpg

Picture samples are available at:
http://photos.yahoo.com/cyberlien
Look in the DIY Home Theatre folder.

Many thanks to my girlfriend, for letting me use her http://www.fallenrose.net webspace.

Any recommendations on how I can simulate a better contrast ratio would be great. I usually don't play video games on the thing because when something is bright/white in a game, it's virtually invisible onscreen.

Keep posting the results!


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By: Multiplexor
Comment: I personally like this idea. This time lets make it work. If I find any post I feel is not on topic and not worthy, it will be deleted. Start a new thread and post your comments there. I'm also going to sticky this thread. Lets go guys.
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Old 25th January 2003, 03:27 AM   #2
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Feel free to delete my previous post, I keep forgetting we can't edit after 30min

As per your request, I deleted the above post
-Multiplexor

OHP Zardoz Sharp LQ121S1DG11

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Looks like SuperZoboo has been compiling results...

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OHP ywh 15'' LCD significantly altered.

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PROJ mikejz84 LCD and $10 Flea Market Slide Projector

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??? mario007

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OHP DeadEye
Apollo AI-1000 OHP
Uses 600w halogen bulb
N'veiw Veiwframe Spectra C

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PROJ Thumper
?????

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OHP cowanrq
LCD panel: NView Spectra C (modded, see pic)
OHP: Apollo Concept (4K lumen)
Screen: Da-Lite 60" glass bead

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OHP BoNeIdLe (external link\copy>paste only) http://www.geocities.com/karl4hub/proj/picdark.jpg

LCD Panel - ASK Impact 24
Overhead Projector - Buhl 109

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OHP Blockhead

Lcd panel is nview spectra c
OHP is Buhl 2900 (460 watt halogen) 5500 lumens
DVD player panasonic rv32 (non progressive scan)
TV-3000 VGA Theater (line doubler-removes macrovsion) http://www.avtoolbox.com/tv-3000.htm

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OHP Teleteq
Elite Viewrite OHP
infocus smartview 3600 SE
LG DVD player compsite video
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Old 25th January 2003, 01:04 PM   #3
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my friend, FAT DOG
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Old 25th January 2003, 01:13 PM   #4
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my friend, FAT DOG

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Old 25th January 2003, 01:24 PM   #5
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my friend, hkgqin

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Old 27th January 2003, 04:35 AM   #6
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Default WOW!!

what a result regarding yhw's turnout. do u mean its's altered as in the photo, or the lcd? man, i need to get his setup plans if this is real!
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Old 28th January 2003, 11:23 AM   #7
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Default Re: WOW!!

Quote:
Originally posted by Sweetrobot
what a result regarding yhw's turnout. do u mean its's altered as in the photo, or the lcd? man, i need to get his setup plans if this is real!
my grammar was wrong, sorry!
"my friend, hkgqin"=this hkgqin 's result , hkgqin is my friend.and also.
i sent those results that from Chines DIY forums, that is a other world without English forums,
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Old 29th January 2003, 07:09 PM   #8
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Well I have my blackout cloth. enough to make a 16:9 screen
that is 4m wide

THe pic's are grainy due to my camera

here is my 28" widescreen tv hiding under the cloth!

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The blacout cloth over the tv. Gives me a 4ft wide screen

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Apollo 13

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I'm a bit disappointed with the pics as they don't show the image
quality!!
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Old 30th January 2003, 10:54 PM   #9
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here is my 28" widescreen tv hiding under the cloth!

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not too big.
here is my 34" tv hiding under the cloth!

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Old 19th February 2003, 10:05 AM   #10
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I just wanted to post some of my results. Im using a shower curtain after trying blackout cloth and seeing that the curtain was brighter. Im using a 3M 9075 4000 lumen overhead, my lcd is a I-O data 15". I have a few more pics but I cant figure out how to post more than one pic per message. and sorry for the quality of the picture its from my video camera...
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