Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 4
Its late and I am tired.
I thank you and Zombie for your contributions and findings and sympathize with your position as sales manager.
However let the truth be spoken, even if it’s unflattering or complicated in an objective manner in this scientific forum. Leadership is sometimes painful and tiring. 3D projectors have improved remarkably in just one generation, with more to come next year - but only if we continue to raise the standards.
I bookmark significant findings from reliable sources for each projector in its own folder. The MS Bing translator has recently become the favorite.
This simple system reveals excellent and accurate consistency between the professional reviewers from around the world, including France, Germany, England and the USA.
After reading many posts, there is also considerably discrepancy and variation between the review the sample and what consumers actually get to purchase. This is true from so many unsatisfied owners. Further it’s difficult for consumers to find all the issues within the 4 hour return window. The factory tolerances for what is considered to be defective should be published, as this is just as important as the warranty.
Every review should include Mark's favorite Grand Canyon tree shot for evaluating 3D ghosting. With this scene, my dinky 70" Sharp 735 shows some ghosting too, but it takes on a less objectionable form in being lighter rather than darker.
Building consensus among stakeholders can be difficult. But after numerous reviews, it’s obvious that the 2D black level in 3D DLP projectors has been compromised. It would be most beneficial if the Texas Instruments DLP product manager or one of their design firms would discuss the issues and the plan moving forward.
Again thanks for the mini-shootout. One picture is truly worth 10,000 posts.