The Mitsubishi XD300U is outstanding even with room light. It was easy to install along with the ceiling mount, cables and screen. We use this as our main TV so the 7 channels of HDTV that we receive are perfect to watch. I did not think it would make that much of a difference but boy I was wrong, it really does.
We never get regrets from any of our “Packer Parties” guests. With a Sanyo PLC-XT16 and a 100″ screen, our viewing is better than being at the game in person. As you can see from the photos, not one of our guests was watching any of the other 27-inch TVs mounted from the ceiling on the other sides of the room. They were all focused on the big picture.
Backyard football parties may look a little different in Kenya, but I thought it’d be fun to submit this anyway.
This is a photo of a screening of the FIFA World Cup in Kilifi, Kenya. An Open Air Cinema screen and projection system were donated to the rural community by Google as a part of the Kenya: Field of Dreams project. A group of young Kenyan women from the Moving the Goalposts program were trained to set up and operate the projector. Every night, they inflated the screen so that people from the surrounding villages could enjoy the football games.
The screen and projector remain in Kilifi where it is used by local organizations to screen educational content to the people in the area.
My setup consists of Panasonic PT-AX 200 U HD projector with a 120″ Elite grey screen.