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    Default Light slap.

    No what you think...

    This projecotr game is fun - so much to fiddle with. Now I learn the a really black room is the key to a good contrast ratio - obvious really.

    Going into town shortly to buy lots of black velvet to cover the blinds on the window, the door ( there isnt one ) and the cieling above the screen where light relfcts from the white surface.

    SHeena is going to make me some curtains - whatever next - me getting into soft furnishings and pelmets.... It'll be antimacassers with built in speakers soon....

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    Got some roller blackout blinds for our 'studio' - B&Q do em cheapish! and the kids can crayon on them too!
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