Ok , thanks guys,I would be able to move the left and right spks in and have them in behind the 16:9 area,that would be about 2.4 mtrs apart so should work Further to all this getting my head around all this info as I have never owned a projector,I need to still get my head around a few of the comments/feedback that I don't quite understand ! Quark you have mentioned in another projector thread somewhere that to get the most out of the CinemaScope wide screen I should look at using an anamorphic lens? So I don't waste 25% of the projector brightness on black bars? I don't understand this statement (sorry )! When I view a wide screen movie (the Martian for instance )the JVC projector will fill the entire CinemaScope screen with no bars ?i think? When I watch a 16:9 movie (black sails)I will get black bars (grey bars ?)on each side of the picture ?,are you saying those bars are projected onto the screen? I thought that it was just blank screen with nothing being projected onto it? With the JVC being native 16:9 does this mean it can't screen a wide picture?if it can then what use does the add on anamorphic lens add to the picture?sorry for noob questions in advance Cheers muri Ps will check this weekend when I have some one to hold other end of tape measure if I can fit the 135" scope screen between the walls I think are about 3340 from plaster to plaster ,is it a good idea if it fits to have screen tight got to side walls,say only 10 or 15 mm clearance each side ? Thanks in advance guys cheers muri
SSD would provide zero benefit for a PVR (File transfer rates are easily sufficient play and record the shows - you can't play or record them faster than they're being broadcast)
SSD is also about 5 times more expensive than a regular hard drive.
Suggest you grab a NAS harddrive which is tweaked for low level sustained throughput. Something like the WD RED ($90 for 1Tb and $130 for 2Tb)