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Old 09-14-2011, 07:21 PM
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no reason they couldnt of put a 250 watt bulb in this years pj.

It may seem that way but especially in 3 chip LCoS machines the bulbs spectral balance is very sensitive when it comes to color accuracy. They would possibly have redesign the whole light engine in order to accommodate even 30 watts more, (not to mention the heat dissipation properties with a hotter bulb that must be considered).

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Old 09-14-2011, 07:47 PM
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I was at CEDIA and marveled at the Panny 7000. Beautiful picture, Absolutely NO crosstalk and, a feature that none of the competitors in that price point could even touch - zoom and focus memory. With this feature you can have memory settings for 1.78:1, 1.85:1, 2.20:1, 2.35:1 and 2.40:1 images with no black bars at the touch of a remote button. Both the 2D and 3D were impressive. Epson was raving about their new 3010. They wanted $4000 for that and it was awful. An unwatchable 3D image - crosstalk out the wazoo. It's no wonder they were giving away two pairs of glasses and other trivial stuff. What good is free stuff if the pj sux.

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I think the Epson 3010 will sell for $1,500 and comes with the emitter and two pairs of glasses. The Epson 6010 will sell for under $4,000. The final product may be significantly improved before it ships or, I would assume, it won't have many takers.
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It may seem that way but especially in 3 chip LCoS machines the bulbs spectral balance is very sensitive when it comes to color accuracy. They would possibly have redesign the whole light engine in order to accommodate even 30 watts more, (not to mention the heat dissipation properties with a hotter bulb that must be considered).

? That's what the color controls are for; don't forget the spectral balance shifts as lamps age anyway.

That said, you don't just pop in a higher power lamp w/o doing some work on the cooling system.

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? That's what the color controls are for; don't forget the spectral balance shifts as lamps age anyway.

That said, you don't just pop in a higher power lamp w/o doing some work on the cooling system.

yeah but a better fan or even one that alittle louder id fine with me since its usually 120 db in my theater lmao But serious a brighter bulb and you could crank the aperture down then later open it up.
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The fan noise spec is an important spec as far as many consumers are concerned.


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Any idea when the MSRP of the VW95 will be officially announced? Until it is officially announced I am holding out hope for around $7k and not the rumored $10k.

In another thread the official MSRP was revealed. It's 7K. :-)
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The fan noise spec is an important spec as far as many consumers are concerned.


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ok Ill call you today Mark
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In another thread the official MSRP was revealed. It's 7K. :-)
Great, seem a good MSRP for the Sony VW95 !

That's 3k less than last year VW90...
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A whole bunch of CEDIA videos are now up on their site.

http://ravepubs.com/rave2011/index.p...n&utm_content=

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For anyone interested in how NHK is implementing the 4K e-shift approach I found this rather interesting (thought you might too!):

http://www.nhk.or.jp/digital/en/pres...113/110113.pdf

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For anyone interested in how NHK is implementing the 4K e-shift approach I found this rather interesting (thought you might too!):

http://www.nhk.or.jp/digital/en/pres...113/110113.pdf

What I find most interesting is this:

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Looking toward the future, NHK continues to make progress regarding the R&D of more
practical SHV equipment in accordance with the Super Hi-Vision Equipment R&D
Roadmap," in order to realize SHV test broadcasting in 2020.

So super HD is already in the plans for broadcasting and to begin testing only 9 years away?
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The BBC are filming the Olympics in 8k and have already tested superHD

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11436939

And

http://www.digitalversus.com/london-...ews-20840.html
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