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Hi folks,

From Australia here. I have Epson TW TH9000W http://www.epson.com.au/products/projector/EH-TW9000W.asp

I am setting up my rumpus room, http://shaperweb.com/alfresco.jpg I am closing one side with concrete sheets and plaster inside. Other side will be Aluminium doors and glasses.

I dont want to get screen and limit myself in moving the projector and be cost effective. I have been going through many threads here, which was getting good review by users here. I would like to try the same setup and get guided through experts here on the process.

All the threads I have seen are for paints available in US, EU etc, can you guys guide me on what should be done here? Or if someone has done it in AU, share me the experience so that i can simplify that to guys in local store.

When i showed the below from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Widow_(paint_mix) Local store like bunnings and Masters didnt had a clue or idea.

Black Widow AU

(960ml) of “DULUX Wash & Wear Flat” tinted (PPG Taubmans color code: 427-2 Bermuda Beige) paint from Mitre 10 or Bunnings.
(240ml) of “Auto-Air Aluminium Base Fine” (code: 4101) paint from Createx Auto Air Colors.

Note: The new formulation Auto Air Aluminum requires a new base. Bermuda Beige will not work with the new formulation. More info coming...

Can you guys guide me?
 

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Ive already spoken to 2 bunnings in adelaide and they found the taubmans mix on their computers no worries,you are better off ringing around another bunnings store or just another paint store to make sure they can do it ,2 litres Dulux of ellen half (PO9F1H) flat water base is the other option which might be easier to find, I have 480 mls of createx aluminium fine base to sell which you would mix with 2 litres paint which would give you enough for 3 or more coats
 

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How big is your screen?
Is Epson calibrated?
How many hours on your lamp?
Using eco or high mode?


Just note that a calibrated 9000 emits ~700 lumens.
My screen is 130".
My Epson not calibrated. How to do that?
Lamp hours 1350.
Usually in ECO mode, but once in a month or so, I use normal.

Really interested to know how to calibrate Epson 9000? Can you guide?
 
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