I have a marquee 9500lc ultra. Recently Set at 120" screen width.
MP mods. 6 pole magnets installed by Tim.
Original focus coils.
I went thru the mechanical setup process in the help menu.
right side of screen is not as much in focus as left side of particularly the left most 25% of the screen. Particularly blue focus is bad on right side. Picture looks fine though.. out of focus is evident only when I display convergence pattern.
I thought I centered and aligned the projector fairly perpendicular to the screen. I might not have been perfect on it but I did spend a lot of time getting the projector placement correct on the floor. I saw guy kuos general focus guidelines.
I am hoping that someone might provide detailed help.. hopefully even with a few phone conversations. I am in Milwaukee.
In the past, I had originally William Phelps to come in for the set up.. years ago. Recently, I had another guy set it up again but was not happy with him.
I moved the projector since then and now I decided to go at it myself. I realize.. I should really get one of the "gurus" to come and do it.. I am in two minds.. that I should just sell the projector and get a JVC RS20! How ever, my projector displays a great picture.. blacks are excellent! I spent a lot of money on it recently for fungus cleaning, MP mods etc.. I am reluctant to spend more money on it.. hence this newbie questions..
I am not really very sensitive to color calibration.. I am more sensitive to focus and geometry.. I think I got the geometry quite right.. That was easy..
I went into the service menu for zone focus but that did not help much.
I was told by an expert that Focus is optimized with electronic adjustments such as stig correction, zone focus, flare magnet adjustment on the tube neck, side/side and top/bottom lens adjustment and lens barrel adjustment.
I dont know what Stig correction, side/side and top/bottom adjustments are..
I think I have done the lens barrel adjustment correctly. The adjustment of turing two hex screws near tube face.. not sure what it adjusts but I was unable to really get that to make much of a difference..