Well hell. So much for understanding perfectly :D. Now I'm not sure.
To put it into my words to see if I understand. You are saying that when the PJ is calibrated, it's likely less bright than out of the box when the colors are likely maxed (and not balanced/wrong). And that what we all care about is a brightness measurment taken AFTER it's calibrated - that is, what's the PJ's brightness when it's colors are properly adjusted.
I'm not sure I'm following "above white" comment. Do you mean the "whiter than whites" that are above that "reference white" digital 235? So you are saying many of you and the magazines measure the projectors display with a 100IRE pattern displayed (which should corelate to a digital input of 235 if I understand that right) and that the PJ still may go brighter in reality (236-254).
To give it some real world grasp, take a simple fixed IRIS DLP front projector (i.e. Optoma H77, Sim2300E). I have Cliff Plavin's OpticONE at my house today. I (could) have decent Extech light meter if required. Presume I am able to calibrate it to D65 (big presumption :D). How does one measure the ANSI CR literally? Or is it possible with those tools.
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