Originally Posted by Dionyz
And here you go again with your BS that RS4810 is only watchable on a small screen.
I also have no issue with anyone liking whatever brightness they like, including painfully bright image (to my eyes, which to me looks like BB plasma).
But coming here and touting that this projector is only watchable on tiny screen, while there are many of us enjoying it on screen 120"+, is stupid and ridiculous.
So please go on watching your blazing image, if that is what you like.
I have not ever tried to tell you or anyone else to not watch a bright image if that is what you like - it is your personal choice/preference.
Just like mine is a less bright image in 100% light controlled black/dark theater - that is my choice/preference.
And please learn how to read. I was not touting anything, only describing my situation an preference (I stated plainly "to my eyes")
It is you who got all bent out of shape, because my preference did not agree with yours, and started attacking my views/preferences
I have just as much right to share my opinion here as you and anyone else.
And it is by reading all the opinions of all the other members, that allows one to decide for themselves, based on their own preferences, whether it be a super bright image or a less bright image
PLEASE show me one post where I have made the statement "the RS4810 is ONLY watchable on a small screen".
What I have said time and time again with you is that brightness is a VERY SUBJECTIVE topic and there is no right or wrong as far as what each individual considers "bright enough" in their room, with their screen and too their eyes.........period! On the contrary, with your disrespectful, degrading BB PLASMA IMAGE LOVER horse $hit label of well respected AVS members who happen to like an image that conforms closer to the SMPTE brightness standard, or.....GASP......even brighter, you are showing your ignorance. Enjoy what you want, but PLEASE spare the stupid labels.
Now having said that, what I have also said to you, and please take your own advice right now and LEARN HOW TO READ AS WE WOULD NOT STILL BE HAVING THIS CONVERSATION, is technically you DO have a dim image as you would be getting low single digit foot lamberts from what you have described as far as how you run your projector/screen and I would be willing to bet most would not be fully happy with the brightness you are getting. NOW once again, that does not mean you can not enjoy it and it does not mean it is subjectively dim as again that will depend on the individual. Is that clear because I don't know how to explain it to you any clearer.
Just an FYI by the way, my image is not what I would consider "blazingly bright". I have what I consider a comfortably bright calibrated image in a black pit room. I know what blazingly bright looks like as that is how I would describe watching 2d with my BenQ 7000 on my screen (with the iris fully open) in comparison to my 45. It is uncomfortable and NO, my 45 is not in that same category with the way I have it calibrated and setup.
Just spare the ridiculous BB plasma label BS Dionyz and of course share your experience as it is just as valuable as any and as you say, you have just as much right as anyone to share your thoughts. When you start throwing around that BB horse $hit though, I do have a problem with that as it is disrespectful to many well respected AVS members who happen to like an image that conforms closer to what most would consider acceptable.