Originally Posted by sanderdvd
Hi there Markus. I don t mind if the glasses cost € 100,00 for a pair. Heck, even if they are € 100,00 a piece I do not mind. I only need two glasses and you only buy them ons time and you are good to go
At this moment I have a JVC X35 (RS46) which does not have the automatic lens cover anymore. But I think (and hope) that Infitec is making a filter that will fit perfectly on the JVC RS40/RS45/RS46 series because they told me they are making a solution for the new JVC projectors.
If the filters will work perfect on the JVC porjectors it might also be intersting to ask Infitec to make custom made filters for a Sony HW50 stack. This projector has been sold a lot in the Netherlands and Germany and the benefit will be that the light output of a dual stack HW50 will be much higher then a dual stack JVC while still having the benefit of the LCOS panels in the HW50 (like the JVC). I thoughrougly tested the JVC X35 and Sony HW50. The contrast of the JVC X35 is better then the HW50 black level but the HW50s black levels comes VERY very close to that of the JVC. Also, you could run a HW50 dual stack in high lamp mode and the fans will not make a lot of noise. The noise of the new JVC series in high lamp mode is not acceptable (read the new JVC threads) let alone a dual JVC stack in high lamp mode. The motion of a dual stack HW50 will also be better.
I will ask Infitec but I did not get a response on my previous emails yet. Maybe you could also send them a mail?
Where are you located in Germany?
the 100 EUR price was an estimate for each...
For the prototype at the HighEnd trade show, they integrated the filter into the plastic dust cap of the DLA-X/RS projectors that don't have a motorized lens cover. You therefore should be fine with your JVC. The question rather is, how they will be doing it on the JVC projectors with
the automated lens cover.
Before I switched to the JVC DLA-RS50, I owned a Sony VPL-VW60 (Black Pearl). Having experienced the JVC, there is no way back to a dynamic iris solution for me... native contrast rules... although I might make an exception for a dual stack of VPL-VW 1000ESes...
I am located in Stuttgart, not too far from Ulm (100 km), where Infitec's headquarters are based.
I am, however, not really satisfied with their e-mail response times... I also inquired for their recommended calibration process für the original Infitec/Dolby 3D solution, but didn't get any response so far. It's the same with the designated distributor for Germany. No response, neither on a direct contact attempt, nor when Infitec finally responded und put him CC.
Unfortunately, I don't have the time to just make a visit in Ulm... :-(