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post #3901 of 4392 Old 12-26-2014, 11:28 PM
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Would centering H&V also add to other areas like overall picture quality, focus or depth? I can and would lower mine if the benefit outweighed the fact I block the screen when I stand up.
Not a noticeable benefit...perhaps very minor measurable change in brightness...the 8000 is designed to focus/keystone/zoom within the range of the V&H shifts....If you can get V&H dead center...why not...But raising it up from that point a few feet to avoid heads is an insignificant change practically speaking. Personally, I don't think I'll be ceiling mounting as I had planned...just to keep lumens as high as possible (for a larger screen) and keeping keystone adjustments to a minimum.

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Not a noticeable benefit...perhaps very minor measurable change in brightness...the 8000 is designed to focus/keystone/zoom within the range of the V&H shifts....If you can get V&H dead center...why not...But raising it up from that point a few feet to avoid heads is an insignificant change practically speaking. Personally, I don't think I'll be ceiling mounting as I had planned...just to keep lumens as high as possible (for a larger screen) and keeping keystone adjustments to a minimum.
Thanks, I figured it was worth asking.
Eco in our room is plenty bright so it can stay where it is.
Sounds like I lucked out, I didn't need any digital shifting or keystone correction just a quick knob adjustment and we were good to go.
Just the other day my youngest asked me to max out the screen (he was playing Minecraft at the time) to see how it looked. Knob,zoom and focus completed in ~15 seconds.
11' from 140" diagonal 16:9 image is pretty nice for gaming. Just wish PSN was back up.
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Can someone help me figure out if there's a setting to being the colors closer together? The red outline is really off... I dont know what I doing wrong here or if an option even exists in the setting menu somewhere.

From my seating area, I can notice it a bit with a 1080p image. Ive done everything I can think of to focus it.

Im projecting on a 158" screen, and dont know if its normal or to be expected at this size?
Wow! That is way off. If you bought it recently enough that you can return it to the place of purchase you should take that approach. Panasonic is not pleasant to deal with when it comes to convergence issues. If you do have to deal with Panasonic make sure you ask for a prepaid shipping label because they don't tend to volunteer them.
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I've been experimenting with further calibration of the gamma.

My first attempt was to calibrate gamma to the BT.1886 standard:

(multiple images shown here - but i was unable to post)

Again, ignoring the green shift, this image is far more pleasing to my eye. The blacks are darker and the whites are brighter. I was very pleased with the overall effect.

Apparently, each color RGB will require slightly different gamma corrections to created a proper grayscale. So I will be increasing the green gamma a bit to bring down the green level on the grayscale
Hi Hmenke, wondering if you could post the gamma corrections (Excel spreadsheet) for those of us who have been following/using your settings. They have been ideal for my set-up.

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This is going to sound dorky / naive, but does anyone know of any kind of instructional video for changing the lamp on an AE8000U? I've never done it before and I'm rather terrified of making some kind of damaging mistake.

Fingers crossed that a new bulb will remedy my unit's issues with greenish blacks that has manifested gradually over the past year or so.
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3D glasses? Any links appreciated. Saw some have used the PS3 version...any others of late?
My PJ came with none...I remember they used to include them before, not sure why they don't now.
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are the PS3 glasses confirmed to work with the ae8000?

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Hey guys, I am looking into buying a AE8000u for 1700 plus the 3 year warranty, but during my research, I noticed that a youtuber had an issue with PJ within first 18 months. Has anyone here experienced any issues with this projector. I am looking to keep it for atleast 5 years or so.


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are the PS3 glasses confirmed to work with the ae8000?
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Hey guys, I am looking into buying a AE8000u for 1700 plus the 3 year warranty, but during my research, I noticed that a youtuber had an issue with PJ within first 18 months. Has anyone here experienced any issues with this projector. I am looking to keep it for atleast 5 years or so.


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Man...quite a diff in price...but to be expected for oem. The Panasonic version does look more comfortable...how comfortable are the Sony?

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Cool...I am looking forward to reading your thoughts.

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Man...quite a diff in price...but to be expected for oem. The Panasonic version does look more comfortable...how comfortable are the Sony?
I like them better than the OEM and I find that my guests pick the PS3 glasses about 60% of the time. The OEM glasses weigh quite a bit less and that is their advantage. For me, the PS3 glasses immerse me more into the 3D world and fit my face/nose better.
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Man...quite a diff in price...but to be expected for oem. The Panasonic version does look more comfortable...how comfortable are the Sony?
The Panasonic glasses are more comfortable if you have a larger head. I find the PS3 glasses pinch on the sides of my head (Like an orange on a toothpick) But the picture looks the same through both. I think I paid $8 a pair for the PS3 ones. I am sure they are by far the better deal.
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The Panasonic in this post are wrong model number the TY-ER3D4MU are for the 2012 and later Panasonic TVs which are RF not IR. The TY-ER3D3MU are what you need and are harder to find.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...=TY-ER3D3MU%20
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Cool...I am looking forward to reading your thoughts.



I like them better than the OEM and I find that my guests pick the PS3 glasses about 60% of the time. The OEM glasses weigh quite a bit less and that is their advantage. For me, the PS3 glasses immerse me more into the 3D world and fit my face/nose better.

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The Panasonic glasses are more comfortable if you have a larger head. I find the PS3 glasses pinch on the sides of my head (Like an orange on a toothpick) But the picture looks the same through both. I think I paid $8 a pair for the PS3 ones. I am sure they are by far the better deal.
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The Panasonic in this post are wrong model number the TY-ER3D4MU are for the 2012 and later Panasonic TVs which are RF not IR. The TY-ER3D3MU are what you need and are harder to find.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...=TY-ER3D3MU%20
Thanks guys...I do have a larger head and have a hard time finding regular frames for this reason normally. I'll get four of the ps3 version to try and may end up ordering the panny version for myself if the ps3 don't fit me.

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Thanks guys...I do have a larger head and have a hard time finding regular frames for this reason normally. I'll get four of the ps3 version to try and may end up ordering the panny version for myself if the ps3 don't fit me.

Sony PS3 3d glasses will probably work fine, for most - even with a big head.
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Again, does anyone know of an instructional video that walks one through the process of changing the bulb on this pj?
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Again, does anyone know of an instructional video that walks one through the process of changing the bulb on this pj?
Just search youtube or the panny site...I haven't seen one though. Users manual best bet. Just make sure to use gloves to avoid getting any oils on bulb.

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I've not replaced a bulb on the Pansonic 8000, but I have on a previous 500 model. It couldnt have been simplier. Nothing technical about it.

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I noticed recently that 1.85:1 source material (e.g. "Raising Arizona" blu-ray) shows full screen (e.g. 1.78:1 since the projector is 16x9 and there are no horizontal black bars at all) with the AE8000U. I asked on another thread and it was suggested that overscanning was the culprit, as it also appears full screen on my two TVs (one is 1080p and the other is UHD). Is this the case for other people with the AE8000U? I think overscan is set at 0 by default or am I incorrect? Do I have to just fiddle around with it or is there a setting/value that will eliminate the overscan (or a "1:1 pixel mapping" type setting name)?

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Edit: I was playing in the menus last night and saw an "overscan" setting that ranges from "0" to "5" (or so) which causes slight zooming/overscan. But there is no ability to decrease (zoom out) the overscan to anything less than "0". But at "0" overscan, 1.85:1 movies still display at 1.78:1 (full screen, no black bars on top/below the image).

Can anyone confirm that 1.85:1 source material (e.g. blu-ray of Raising Arizona, Jerry Maguie, etc.) will fully display on the AE8000U, meaning that there will be thin black bars on top and below the image for a full (actual) 1.85:1 aspect ratio? I'm using an Oppo BD-103.

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I've got 2 pair of the 3D3 Panny glasses that I bought for 3D with my Epson 3010 (IR). They are indeed very comfortable & light. One pair is a small and the other is a medium but honestly I can't see any difference in them comfort and viewing wise. The 3010 has been replaced by an Epson 5030 (RF) for 3D so if someone wants to make a fair offer for BOTH pair please send me a pm. They're like new.


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...meaning that there will be thin black bars on top and below the image for a full (actual) 1.85:1 aspect ratio? I'm using an Oppo BD-103.
Confirmed in my set-up...thin black bars with 1:85 AR content on an OPPO BDP-103.
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Confirmed in my set-up...thin black bars with 1:85 AR content on an OPPO BDP-103.
Thank you!! So I have a AE8000U with a BDP-103 playing a 1.85:1 movie (like Raising Arizona which does show thin black bars on my Sony UHD TV) then that must mean there's a setting I need to change. Any idea why/how you got the black bars? I don't see any overscan type settings besides the "overscan" setting which can only increase overscan (zoom) in several increments. So strange...
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...Any idea why/how you got the black bars?
This is strange...I really don't remember a "setting" on the PJ for 1.85:1 AR. I guess I would start over and make sure the 1.78:1 is lined up correctly on the screen and saved to lens memory. I have 1.78:1, 1.85:1, 2.00:1, 2.35:1 and 2.40:1 all saved to lens memory in my set-up...
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not all titles are marked correctly on the video make sure you get a true 16x9 (1.78:1) like Avatar and use it to save the 16X9 image. On my screen which is constant image area 2.0:1 126" wide x 65" tall there is a difference if sees the 1.85:1 image as a 16x9 and automaticly adjust to that format then I have a one inch black bar top and bottom. I saved a 1.85:1 screen format and need to change it manually which gives me an extra 4" wide.

126"x52" 2.40:1 with 136" diag, 6 12" bars top and bottom
126"x54" 2.35:1 with 137" diag, 5 1/2" bars top and bottom
120"x65" 1.85:1 with 137" diag, (man this size make it like being there) 3" bars both sides
116"x65" 16x9 with 133" diag. 5" bars both sides
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I've got 2 pair of the 3D3 Panny glasses that I bought for 3D with my Epson 3010 (IR). They are indeed very comfortable & light. One pair is a small and the other is a medium but honestly I can't see any difference in them comfort and viewing wise. The 3010 has been replaced by an Epson 5030 (RF) for 3D so if someone wants to make a fair offer for BOTH pair please send me a pm. They're like new.


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PS3 glasses work better than the panny ones imho...watch a movie with them last night...way better field of vision and more comfortable...just not as light

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