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Discussion in 'Mobile Phones & Devices' started by biferi, Jan 12, 2022.

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    You have to take into account the room size, ambient light and screen size, but for a basic projector with a normal room size screen, Yes this would be good.
    For home theaters, screen sizes that measure 92 inches / 119 inches, with little to no ambient light, lumens could be as low as 1300.
    For rooms that have some ambient light, screens that measure 92 / 119 inches would do best with lumens that range between 1500 and 3500.
    If there is a lot of ambient light, you should start with a minimum of 4000 lumens regardless of screen size.
    So you see, 6,000 would be good.
     
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    Well I E Mailed Jimtab M18 Pro. and they Told Me the Projector is Rated at 6,000 Lumen and Rated ASNI 400 Lumen.

    This is what I do not Understand.

    If You Look up what a Lumen is it is the amount of Light a Device gives off.
    If You Look up what it a ANSI it is the amount of Light a Device gives off.

    So is Lumen for the Whole Bulb and the ANSI if for every Inch on the Wall?
     
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    Don't try and over think this.
    No one questions degrees Fahrenheit and degrees Celesius.
     
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    https://www.thebestintech.com/ansi-lumens-vs-lumens/

     

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