Originally Posted by Andreas21
I have said the JVC looses no contrast and the Sony does, when are you guys going to belive me??
Andreas21, I mean no disrespect to your observations. Simply, I am asking for the opinion of Cine4home. If I recall correctly, you yourself made a post suggesting that we ask him.
I have no doubt that you have made accurate statements, to the best of your knowledge, which by the way, is a lot more than mine.
Many of us are only trying to understand the extent to which, this problem exists. Limited to certain batches or whether Sony has been addressing it without admitting fault. As you know, we cannot assume that Sony would come out and admit fault, even if true, too easily.
Anxiously, I am waiting for other owners of the 1100es to post the contrast readings. I am hoping that your observation is in the minority and am worried that yours might be in the majority.
With all due respect, and as far as I know, the 1100es is the best projector on the market today and I am hoping re-confirmation from existing owners.. because eventually I want to buy the 1100es. Mike Garrett is offering an extremely tempting price on the JVC 600.. Almost, I bought it.. It was that good of a deal but I remain steadfast in the superiority of the picture of a Sony 1000/1100es.
Thank you for your understanding..