AVS Club Gold
Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Byhalia, Mississippi. Waaaay down in the Bottoms
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"I" know that they are in fact accurately conveyed...at least to a very small percentage of acceptable variance. The JVC's 15,000:1 CR comes to us because of it's Chip design that uses a carbon black boarder around each device, eliminating virtually all light leakage from the Bulb onto the panel. This allows you to use that PJ even at it's brightest setting without noticable decrease in Black Levels.
Combine that PJ with a good Ambient Light solution, and whenever room lighting isn't in issue, you then have a CR boost that can take the Blacks up into CRT range. With Silver Fire, there is no worrying about if whites will suffer from that boost. Colors sure don't.
It's the ability to have excellent ambient light performance as well as even better "Dark Room" performance, with no compromises in between that makes any particular DIY screen application "above and beyond" what can be expected.
With a PJ that can help that equation all the more....it's ALL GOOD!
To quote James T. Kirk;
"I'm laughing at the superior intellect"