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#31 Smilesy

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 10:29 AM

What projector and screen did you end up getting?



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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:51 AM

I got an impact screen which is basically a shade sail But the quality of the picture is quite good on it! I got it from a guy in Melbourne, golfsimaustralia I think.
They helped me understand it all a lot better.
As for the projector I went for a data projector as they are designed to be used in offices, offices are bright and I don't like the idea of playing golf in the dark! The home cinema projectors have low lumens and are superior quality but the Epson eb 1985 is full hd and was a lot cheaper than rest of the options.
I was getting some negative feedback about getting this projector but I can really say that it was a great decision in the end! My screen is silly big (4.5 m wide x 3 m high) and it fills approx 90% or the screen!
Watching golf or footy on it is brilliant.
The Hitting mats are expensive but I got lucky I had a mate who has a big enough sample that it fit what I actually wanted so it didn't cost me very much at all.
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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:27 AM

Not sure with your gizmo but does it have readings such as clubhead path etc?

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 07:36 AM

I got an impact screen which is basically a shade sail But the quality of the picture is quite good on it! I got it from a guy in Melbourne, golfsimaustralia I think.
They helped me understand it all a lot better.
As for the projector I went for a data projector as they are designed to be used in offices, offices are bright and I don't like the idea of playing golf in the dark! The home cinema projectors have low lumens and are superior quality but the Epson eb 1985 is full hd and was a lot cheaper than rest of the options.
I was getting some negative feedback about getting this projector but I can really say that it was a great decision in the end! My screen is silly big (4.5 m wide x 3 m high) and it fills approx 90% or the screen!
Watching golf or footy on it is brilliant.
The Hitting mats are expensive but I got lucky I had a mate who has a big enough sample that it fit what I actually wanted so it didn't cost me very much at all.


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#35 Belterbelieveit

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 10:59 AM

That's a fair call! I will get some good photos over the weekend, I might have a video of it with the e6 demo software. I'll see if I can post here. Any tips on how to post?

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 11:04 AM

http://forum.ottawag...ulators-General

If you want to know anything about golf simulators spend some time trolling this site!

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Posted 22 August 2017 - 10:02 PM

Anyone if this has hit our shore?






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