Today's update. I had the projector on for several hours yesterday. The only problem that i say was that when we were watching a show, over just a couple of seconds, it flashed first yellow and then some cold tints and a variation of luminance it what looked like steps. The picture then returned to normal and worked that way for at least 20 minutes.
I will check to see if Dynamic Black is set. Could be a problem there in combination with what is coming in on HDMI. We were watching TV so the cable signal could generate confusion in decoding. I would be more worried if we had been watching BluRay. We will watch movies soon and I will be looking for any problems there.
I ask about the inversion because there is one connection in the projector that is problematic. Tom had me check this one in some earlier trouble-shooting and sent me a new spacer to try. The connection is between the Video and Formatter board. Even though there are screws holding each board in place, the connection may not be solid and can cause problems.
Originally Posted by mark haflich
Please. I meant nothing offensive when I used the the word well. I suspect it is the connection and not the board. I never hung my machine, it was run upright and I wouldn't be surprised if the problem was with the connector with gravity causing the problem after some loosening during shipment.
Mark, I took no offense. I am getting pretty good at replacing the boards though. I like you wonder if the connection was not made well. I did not try that option since I had a new board. I guess I should have. After replacing the board, the projector buzz is lower much like I remember it being originally. (Knowing full well that or memories are sometime faulty) This whole process is comically frustrating.
If I was not so stubborn, I would have given up by now.