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        Q: Sony VPL-CS7 Projector?
A: For a projector you truly required to have a room that is absolutely dark , not dim , to view all in its full glory . 

Q: What can I make a front projector screen out of?
A: Aside given the fact that the rear screen projector puts out a picture that is inverted from abandoned to right , nothing . I 've seen projectors that will is operating in both configurations , just change the setting in the menus .   I hope this assistances . Please return and select a Best from all of those communicated . 

Q: Which Do You Prefer: Big Screen TV or HD Projector?
A: You are n't going to get a very good picture if you solely spend $ 600 on both the projector AND screen .   TVs will always provide a better picture than a projector . They do cost more per inch of screen sized and they 're constraining in their sized , but the image is better and there exist speakers included if you 're n't using external speakers .   Now projectors can offer a good image at dignified manner pricing IF you got everything prepared appropriately :  1 . Relatively dark room  2 . Decent projector ( not an economy piece of junk from China or SVGA data projector )  3 . Decent screen ( preferably a devoted projection screen , although a specially-painted white wall could work )   Also bear in mind that projectors work best for throwing huge images ( approximately 8y inches and up ) . The optics 're not destined to throw a lesser image .   DLP projection just maybe it is your very bestest option .