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post #421 of 424 Old 03-13-2012, 02:25 PM
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Assuming 60fps if my math is right those projector central numbers translate to:

Panasonic AR100U - 25ms
Mitsubishi HC7800 - 33ms
Acer H9500 - 41ms
Panasonic PT-AE7000U - 41ms
BenQ W7000 - 50ms
Epson 5010 - 91ms

With CFI things are significantly different:

Panasonic PT-AE7000U - 66ms
Mitsubishi HC7800 - 83ms
Epson 5010 - 141ms
Acer H9500 - 150ms
BenQ W7000 - 150ms

I don't know how accurate these numbers are but, if the 5010 is anything like the 8700UB I currently have, I believe 90-100ms is probably correct. That would make the AE7000 a significant upgrade over what I have as far as input lag is concerned. It also demonstrates that the Panny either does less with its CFI (which would be contrary to what I have read about it) or its CFI is very efficient.

These numbers ultimately don't line up well with the numbers posted above. I think quoting input lag as a frame delay does not mean much to a gamer who is used to seeing these sorts of measurements in milliseconds.
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1 frame is roughly 16ms so your calculation is fine.

Keep in mind a lot of the numbers above have been tested using either a test that is controled by human reactions, such as GH using the calibration tool manually or there are no pictures for proof which is why the are "not confirmed".

Since the test above I have tested the HC7800 with the calibration sensor in rock band 2 and I was getting 32 ms. So I believe the projector central results are correct, I have one on order due to the results
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Gaming on my PT-AE7000 so far has been great. It is much better than gaming on the 8700UB.
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Can you briefly comment on the quality of both projectors when it comes to movie watching? one looked better than the other? Deeper blacks? Brightness? Pop? Thanks!!
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Gaming on my PT-AE7000 so far has been great. It is much better than gaming on the 8700UB.

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