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Old 2nd May 2004, 02:32 PM   #11
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Old 2nd May 2004, 02:36 PM   #12
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It looks great, with very even light. How are u finding the 250w osram, is it bright enough?

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Old 2nd May 2004, 04:10 PM   #13
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Here is a closer shot about 5 ft. it was 15ft before.

Osram 250w is very bright enough. No need to upgrade to 400w.
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my screen by the way is 70x70 inches Dalite.
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Old 2nd May 2004, 07:58 PM   #15
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Osram 250w is very bright enough. No need to upgrade to 400w.
At the size of 70inches no, over 100inches u will lol, but that depends on your screen, mines as bright as the crt monitor i have at 100inches and thats on a light using screen, put it this way, paper is brighter lol.

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Old 2nd May 2004, 08:26 PM   #16
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mines as bright as the crt monitor i have at 100inches and thats on a light using screen
wait, are u packing 400W then ace? and what do u mean by a light using screen?

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looks like somebody is also showing off that they are cool enough to already have Return of the King.
Very nice results, looks like a comercial pj

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that looks really good..i'm suprised to kept it that size unlike most other people.
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looks like somebody is also showing off that they are cool enough to already have Return of the King.
Very nice results, looks like a comercial pj

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Blah... I had ROTK before it even released in theatres... I'm way cooler.

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wait, are u packing 400W then ace? and what do u mean by a light using screen?
Not yet but im thionking about it seriously, when u build somthing you build it right? well i like to have options as in screen size so im thinking about a 400w hqi-tsd, though not sure yet, just a thought, probally not worth it.

When i say light using screen, that means my screen absorbs more light then it ought to shine back at me, in return that means its crap! lol, paper is brighter then the screen im using.

About the king, i duno what u guys are talking about, but if you say so, ill be king if u insist lol

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