How does the MBP glossy screen behaves when performing on stage?

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How does the MBP glossy screen behaves when performing on stage?

  1. I have no problem with lightning.

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  2. I am experiencing problems in some situations.

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  3. I would really recommend the anti-glare option.

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    JaZzMaN251

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    #1
    I just want to know if the MacBook Pro's glossy screen doesn't have to many problems with stage lightning when performing.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    MrCheeto

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    The cheap solution, and perhaps the best, is to get a laptop hood/shade.

    Even with non-glossy displays, these things can be indispensable in certain cases because no matter what, uneven and inconsistent lighting can be a SERIOUS headache. As well, you'll save on battery and backlight-life because you won't be battling it out with external light.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Alvi

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    If you're on stage you probably can plug your MacBook Pro to a power source, right?
    In that case just max out the brightness and there will no problem, i think this problem is overrated or at least i underrate it, at home i have the brightness on auto, which basically has it at 50% without a problem
     
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    Plumbstone

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    Not really an issue for most gigs as you tend to be lit from the front...
     
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    JaZzMaN251

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    Thanks for your replies!

    I've ordered a new MBP 15" - Glossy :)
     

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