Originally Posted by smonska
I have a Mits HC4000 I'm thinking about returning because they have some serious corner to corner uniformity issues with brightness and color. I'd like to stay with a DLP, and I'm curious if the W6000's brightness/color in the corners is even or does it have a "hot spot" of brightness in the center of the image? A W6000 may be in my future. :-)
Have you checked the hc4000 and hc3800 threads?
I noticed the same problem when I owned the hc3800 (which I eventually returned for RBE), but the color uniformity issue went down significantly at 200 hours (right before I returned it).
Hey does anyone know if there are any DLP's similar to the w6000 or hc4000 quality with fewer rainbows?
The hc3800 had just slightly a few too many rainbows for me, if I could find a DLP projector with just a bit fewer rainbows, I think my RBE sensitivity would become a moot point.
Right now it sux cause I was looking at the Epson 8500ub (owned 2, returned 2 for issues), the JVC HD 250 (bad ANSI contrast, overpriced for the features you get IMHO), and now I am stuck.
If I wasn't so RBE sensitive, the w6000 would be my next PJ, but man, I am so stuck now with the RBE sensitivity and also not liking the LCD or LCOS projectors as much with their crappy QC or sharpness, or just bad ANSI contrast. I would stay with the 8500ub if it didn't have so many convergence issues, I don't like my pictures fuzzy wuzzy!