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Are you at short throw?


Yes, right at min throw distance.

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Ugh.. bad to hear that.


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Ugh.. bad to hear that.


Well, 800+ lumens after ~1000 hrs is so much better than the ~ 300 lumens I had at that time with my RS20, so I'm pleased, and esp that one expects the decline over the next 1000 hrs to be slower.

 

Still, having a HP2.4 screen is an excellent safety valve if if fits ones room arrangement (as it does mine very well).

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About 1500 lumens IIRC.

thats a hug 46% drop in less than 1000 hours!

normally a lamp should be at around 50% near the end of the lifetime but this is all depends on many parameters.

possible that the lamp will lose from now on very little lumen the next 500-1000 hours.

i wonder what you do with the vw1000 as that means you use it more than 6 hours a day in average:)
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thats a hug 46% drop in less than 1000 hours!
normally a lamp should be at around 50% near the end of the lifetime but this is all depends on many parameters.
possible that the lamp will lose from now on very little lumen the next 500-1000 hours.
i wonder what you do with the vw1000 as that means you use it more than 6 hours a day in average:)

Yes, I do use it a great deal, for everything (all HDTV, e.g., the evening news, sports, ...).   I'm not interested in 'saving' the lamp only for movies.   

 

The 1000 I have was probably not the brightest at the beginning, but is extremely uniform and banding-free.    This was ideal for me since I do have an HP screen and thus not worried about brightness.   Also, I presume that the brightness variation of various 1000's (or any projector) is primarily due to the variation in lamps and not due to any variation of the specific pj (for a given model), while banding depends on the pj (and not the lamp).     So the next lamp I get could very well be brighter than average.

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thats a hug 46% drop in less than 1000 hours!
normally a lamp should be at around 50% near the end of the lifetime but this is all depends on many parameters.
possible that the lamp will lose from now on very little lumen the next 500-1000 hours.
i wonder what you do with the vw1000 as that means you use it more than 6 hours a day in average:)

It is a 38% drop in nearly 1,000 hours. 933/1,000 = 0.62 Not bad actually.

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It is a 38% drop in nearly 1,000 hours. 933/1,000 = 0.62 Not bad actually.

i not get it.

if his pr. start with 1500 lumen and i subtract 46% is 810 lumen or not?
thats the number he told us.

so its 46% minus if i been attentive long time ago.
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i not get it.
if his pr. start with 1500 lumen and i subtract 46% is 810 lumen or not?
thats the number he told us.
so its 46% minus if i been attentive long time ago.

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I gotta bust our sales tools budget and get Mike a new abacus.

My math is fine. It is my reading comprehension that is the problem. smile.gif I was thinking 933 lumens at almost1,000 hours. Not 810 lumens at 933 hours. Sorry about that.

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Yes, I do use it a great deal, for everything (all HDTV, e.g., the evening news, sports, ...).   I'm not interested in 'saving' the lamp only for movies.   

The 1000 I have was probably not the brightest at the beginning, but is extremely uniform and banding-free.    This was ideal for me since I do have an HP screen and thus not worried about brightness.   Also, I presume that the brightness variation of various 1000's (or any projector) is primarily due to the variation in lamps and not due to any variation of the specific pj (for a given model), while banding depends on the pj (and not the lamp).     So the next lamp I get could very well be brighter than average.

thats nice that you use your pr. that much as than the investment make more sense than the other way.
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How's your theater coming along hifi?

Slow smile.gif But steady. Had a couple of setbacks, but most of the time has just been making a bunch of decisions and trying to think through 100 different ways of doing everything. Trying to leave yourself some flexibility in a soundproof room design is an exercise in futility! Finally got all the wiring run and put in foam insulation (neat stuff) yesterday. Now I can finish my Whisperclips and get the drywall hung. Drywall is supposed to start next Monday. I also posted my "in wall" sub boxes that we built over in my build thread.


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Slow smile.gif But steady. Had a couple of setbacks, but most of the time has just been making a bunch of decisions and trying to think through 100 different ways of doing everything. Trying to leave yourself some flexibility in a soundproof room design is an exercise in futility! Finally got all the wiring run and put in foam insulation (neat stuff) yesterday. Now I can finish my Whisperclips and get the drywall hung. Drywall is supposed to start next Monday. I also posted my "in wall" sub boxes that we built over in my build thread.

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dj, I wonder if you know when you'll be able to share your impressions of how the two projectors compare? Really looking forward to what you find. If you can, could you please try to characterize the audible noise levels from each projector in low and high lamp modes? I'm interested to know, for example, if the 1000ES in low lamp is quieter than the 95ES in high lamp.

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dj, I wonder if you know when you'll be able to share your impressions of how the two projectors compare? Really looking forward to what you find. If you can, could you please try to characterize the audible noise levels from each projector in low and high lamp modes? I'm interested to know, for example, if the 1000ES in low lamp is quieter than the 95ES in high lamp.


Not d.j., but the noise level of the 1000ES is essentially non-existent.    I run in high lamp, and from ~ 3-4 ft behind my head it's inaudible (to me).    It's as quiet in high lamp as my RS20 was in low lamp.

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That's consistent with my experience in a local showroom, although there was a bit of outside noise there too. I'm still interested to know how the two compare head to head -- if I go with the 1000, I will run it in low lamp except for 3D. The 95ES would need to be in high lamp, so since low noise floor is a key goal of my theater, this comparison 1000 low vs. 95 high) is actually a factor in choosing the projector. Crazy, I know. smile.gif

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The 1000 in direct comparison just blows away the 95. It isn't even close. The 1000ES just is at least a whole other level in realism. For sports, it is like looking out a clear window and the 95 never fooled me into thinking I was watching anything other than video. That is not a knock against the 95, it is avery good projector anfd very competitive with those in its price class. Its like great sex when you are in love vs just great sex.With the 1000ES, you never wake up wishing you maybe got something else instead. And she's ALWAYS ready. smile.gif Have I made myself perfectly clear?
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ATM I'm using my 1000ES 'in the raw', i.e., I've sent in my RadianceMini3d for a mod that will make it less susceptible to the Sony's IR emission in 3d, and my Darblet has been sent in for its FW upgrade to deal with the color space issue.       They'll be back next week, but DAMN the 1000 looks so good sending Comcast HD or BD directly to it, that I really wonder how it could be better!   

 

I will of course put the Radiance and Darblet back in line when they return, but without an A/B comparison I would be hard pressed to see the need for them. 

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ATM I'm using my 1000ES 'in the raw', i.e., I've sent in my RadianceMini3d for a mod that will make it less susceptible to the Sony's IR emission in 3d, and my Darblet has been sent in for its FW upgrade to deal with the color space issue.       They'll be back next week, but DAMN the 1000 looks so good sending Comcast HD or BD directly to it, that I really wonder how it could be better!   

I will of course put the Radiance and Darblet back in line when they return, but without an A/B comparison I would be hard pressed to see the need for them. 

I don't blame you there! Since I settled into my final round of settings tweaking(esp thanks to Art's review using same screen as mine) and am consistently using ref mode for my nightly viewing, I keep finding myself looking at the performance and thinking, aside from how source itself can improve, what more can I want out of the PQ. I really am getting that feeling of watching 110" display rather than a projected image. I'd like to hear some feedback on the Darblet with that FW upgrade. I have some interest possibly if it more so enhances sources like the Sat HD and good quality MKV encodes.

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I don't blame you there! Since I settled into my final round of settings tweaking(esp thanks to Art's review using same screen as mine) and am consistently using ref mode for my nightly viewing, I keep finding myself looking at the performance and thinking, aside from how source itself can improve, what more can I want out of the PQ. I really am getting that feeling of watching 110" display rather than a projected image. I'd like to hear some feedback on the Darblet with that FW upgrade. I have some interest possibly if it more so enhances sources like the Sat HD and good quality MKV encodes.


Like many others here, I do like the enhancement provided by the Darblet; and for it's price, it is a no brainer (IMHO).  When you have the D in the loop, and switch it on and off, you can definitely see a heightened intrascene contrast.

 

I was just making the point of how good the 1000ES is with nothing else.

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Like many others here, I do like the enhancement provided by the Darblet; and for it's price, it is a no brainer (IMHO).  When you have the D in the loop, and switch it on and off, you can definitely see a heightened intrascene contrast.

I was just making the point of how good the 1000ES is with nothing else.

Ok that's interesting, thanks. I thought I would be hearing more a comment on source enhancement, from the other opinions I'd read already about the Darblet. I will def look into grabbing one. Hopefully the original delays with production of them and order fulfillment have improved?

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Hmmm ok I went online to order, but notice they are now pushing sales via their dealer network. Now that's all well and good, but the closest dealer to me is Rapallo in NZ. However, according to their their site, the silly Kiwis over there can't be bothered simply posting me one across 'the ditch' to Oz. Any other sources who will she ship to me? Otherwise, it's a moot point me wanting one here in Aust (unless there's an unlisted Oz dealer)...

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Hmmm ok I went online to order, but notice they are now pushing sales via their dealer network. Now that's all well and good, but the closest dealer to me is Rapallo in NZ. However, according to their their site, the silly Kiwis over there can't be bothered simply posting me one across 'the ditch' to Oz. Any other sources who will she ship to me? Otherwise, it's a moot point me wanting one here in Aust (unless there's an unlisted Oz dealer)...


We ship Darblet's all over the world.Send us an email with your shipping address and we will get you a shipping quote. US Postal would be fairly cheap abd the darblet power supply is universal bu you would need an adapter wall plug or cut off the yankee plug and atttach an Ausi.
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We ship Darblet's all over the world.Send us an email with your shipping address and we will get you a shipping quote. US Postal would be fairly cheap abd the darblet power supply is universal bu you would need an adapter wall plug or cut off the yankee plug and atttach an Ausi.

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