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post #1081 of 1855 Old 04-16-2013, 07:53 PM
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Got my RS4810 mounted today! biggrin.gif


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Does anyone know where to find the lense memory rs-232 codes
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These are the RS-232 codes

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These are the RS-232 codes

http://pro.jvc.com/pro/attributes/PRESENT/manual/2013_model_JVC_Prof_Version_v1.2%20English.pdf

Thank you so much for the help. You were faster than jvc!!! Will know tomorrow if the codes work.

Also what's a darbee and anyone got good or bad opinions of it (I know off topic)

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Darbee is a tiny and cheap video processor . Many people use it for better sharpening
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That funny little Darbee even made my SIM Lumis picture look better - amazing for the price !smile.gif

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I finally got to turn on my system today to begin to setting it up. I have sound to my Pioneer SC65 A/V receiver, and my menu works great as I was able to start getting things in focus one my RS4810. I was unable to get a picture. It showed that I was on HDMI 1 but that no signal was present. Not sure what's going on. I guess that I need to try a different HDMI cable even though it's brand new. Are there any tricks that I am missing?

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Played around with my set-up today & I finally got a picture. Not sure what I did differently but I'll take it! I haven't done anything yet as far as adjusting the picture or even setting up the sound but we had some family over tonight & they wanted to watch a movie in the new room. I was amazed at how great the picture looked even straight out of the box. I can't wait to get it dialed in & hook up my Darbee too! Talk about 148" of pure heaven! biggrin.gif

I took this pic with my phone when we watched Red Dawn tonight.


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Nice Jim - enjoy !!

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I was shocked when I came home this afternoon & my daughter was watching "Phantom Of The Opera" on the new projector. I don't even have room darkening blinds installed yet, just standard blinds & the room was bright enough to see everything around the room but the picture actually looked pretty good. The picture is much brighter than I thought it would be with the lamp on the low mode. This is going to look crazy good after I get the room darker, hang the black velvet curtains & get the projector dialed in! biggrin.gif

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So what is the best way to square up the picture? When I was playing with it I noticed that the top corners bow in a little on the focus & shift screen where all the lines are. The projector is mounted from the ceiling & is about the level as the top of the screen. I didn't see an obvious way to correct this but wanted to ask before screwing something up too badly! rolleyes.gif

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So what is the best way to square up the picture? When I was playing with it I noticed that the top corners bow in a little on the focus & shift screen where all the lines are. The projector is mounted from the ceiling & is about the level as the top of the screen. I didn't see an obvious way to correct this but wanted to ask before screwing something up too badly! rolleyes.gif

Make sure you start with the horizontal plane of the projector 90 degrees to the vertical plane of the screen. You do not point the projector at the screen, you point it squarely at the plane of the screen. Then shift the angle of the projector by moving it toward the smaller side of the image. So in your case, if the top bows in, tip the pj up a little and use the lens shift to move the image back down.

Wait... have I got that backwards? Yeah, yeah... that's right. It's been so long...
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I was shocked when I came home this afternoon & my daughter was watching "Phantom Of The Opera" on the new projector. I don't even have room darkening blinds installed yet, just standard blinds & the room was bright enough to see everything around the room but the picture actually looked pretty good. The picture is much brighter than I thought it would be with the lamp on the low mode. This is going to look crazy good after I get the room darker, hang the black velvet curtains & get the projector dialed in!

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Make sure you start with the horizontal plane of the projector 90 degrees to the vertical plane of the screen. You do not point the projector at the screen, you point it squarely at the plane of the screen. Then shift the angle of the projector by moving it toward the smaller side of the image. So in your case, if the top bows in, tip the pj up a little and use the lens shift to move the image back down.

Wait... have I got that backwards? Yeah, yeah... that's right. It's been so long...

Thanks. I thought the projector was level but when I started to look at it closer I could see that it was angled down a little bit. All better now! biggrin.gif

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I mounted my blackout blinds today & WOW!!!!! Talk about an awesome picture! I still don't have my door installed buy damn the color & contrast look incredible & I still haven' used my DVE disc yet. biggrin.gif I love the lens memory function. I'm already starting to think about an anamorphic lens for it to make scope movies even better! biggrin.gif Hard to imagine as the picture looks amazing right now, even better then I thought a 148" picture could ever look!



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Friends - how is the 3D performance on this projector? I have read/ heard awful things about X35 - which is same generation as this model. How does 4810 do wrt to 3D?
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Friends - how is the 3D performance on this projector? I have read/ heard awful things about X35 - which is same generation as this model. How does 4810 do wrt to 3D?
It's not bad. Very very watchable. No ghost that bothers me. Of course if you compare to the Epson & Sony's, they are better still.
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Friends - how is the 3D performance on this projector? I have read/ heard awful things about X35 - which is same generation as this model. How does 4810 do wrt to 3D?

Depends on your viewing preference.
If you prefer cinema like image, rather then blinding plasma, then 3D is great.

I am using this projector with a 150" cinewhite screen, with short throw distance.
Room is 100% light controlled with dark carpet, black front wall and black ceiling.
Projector calibration for my viewing preference has the iris completely shut at -15.

With these conditions, I have not seen ANY ghosting.
However, please keep in mind I am watching my movies for enjoyment, rather than pausing every frame, and looking with a magnifying glass for tiny defects.

Extremely happy with this projector for both 2D and 3D performance.
Very bright image on my 150" cinewhite screen, with iris at -15 and about 350 hours on the lamp
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It's not bad. Very very watchable. No ghost that bothers me. Of course if you compare to the Epson & Sony's, they are better still.

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I've not seen the Epson & Sony with 3D but I like what I see from setting up 3D today. smile.gif
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Depends on your viewing preference.
If you prefer cinema like image, rather then blinding plasma, then 3D is great.

I am using this projector with a 150" cinewhite screen, with short throw distance.
Room is 100% light controlled with dark carpet, black front wall and black ceiling.
Projector calibration for my viewing preference has the iris completely shut at -15.

With these conditions, I have not seen ANY ghosting.
However, please keep in mind I am watching my movies for enjoyment, rather than pausing every frame, and looking with a magnifying glass for tiny defects.

Extremely happy with this projector for both 2D and 3D performance.
Very bright image on my 150" cinewhite screen, with iris at -15 and about 350 hours on the lamp

my current screen is 16:9 106" in living room. it is light controlled a bit, with black out curtains. During days, when I am more likely to be watching with friends, some light leaks in through staircase and window above it. And some stray light from under the doors. Assuming some ambient light. Walls/ ceiling are offwhite. One side wall is full of curtains of dark reddish brown color, other side is plain. floor has a similar colored rug (wine colored) wider than the width of screen and extends upto seating, which is ~12 ft from screen. Projector will be mounted just above my head aligned with center of the screen.
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my current screen is 16:9 106" in living room. it is light controlled a bit, with black out curtains. During days, when I am more likely to be watching with friends, some light leaks in through staircase and window above it. And some stray light from under the doors. Assuming some ambient light. Walls/ ceiling are offwhite. One side wall is full of curtains of dark reddish brown color, other side is plain. floor has a similar colored rug (wine colored) wider than the width of screen and extends upto seating, which is ~12 ft from screen. Projector will be mounted just above my head aligned with center of the screen.

With a 106" screen and 12' throw, you should be able to use the projector in low lamp and have plenty of brightness even if your screen is less than 1.0 gain. If your screen was 0.9 gain, you would be looking at 20 FL in low lamp. That is pretty bright for front projection. High lamp would be in the upper 20's.

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that sounds great. by the way, what are the dimensions of the pj unpacked?

Site says Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 18 x 7 x 18.6 - which looks incorrect as the PJ doesn't look that square in the pics.

Checked manual - it indeed is.
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I am a little confused on how does the lens memory thing work?
Let us say I have a 16:9 screen. Can I use lens memory to watch a 2.35:1 movie on a 16:9 screen, and still use the full width, wihout the top/ bottom bars? Without using an anamorphic lens?
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I am a little confused on how does the lens memory thing work?
Let us say I have a 16:9 screen. Can I use lens memory to watch a 2.35:1 movie on a 16:9 screen, and still use the full width, wihout the top/ bottom bars? Without using an anamorphic lens?
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....just the opposite, you can watch a 2.35 movie on a 2.35 screen at full screen, then, with the lens memory, zoom back to 16:9 and that image is displayed at full height, but with size bars. Anamorphic lens is the same.
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so to have a 2.35 screen with this projector, I would need to buy an anamorphic lens?
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