Originally Posted by Deja Vu
IMO, you haven't seen 3D presently properly -- the 600 can not do it on a 1.0 to 1.3 gain screen. It may look better than other 3D projectors because of its brightness but even it can not do 3D justice with its hands tied behind its back. 3D sucks the life out of an image (brightness) and we have to find a way to put that life back into the image. A 1.0 or 1.3 gain screen won't cut it.
Having recently seen the JVC 400, X700 and Epson LS10000 in demos (2D and 3D) with 1.0 to 1.3 gain screens I can understand your position. I wouldn't even bother with 3D if I was restricted to seeing it with one of these ultra expensive (useless in my opinion) screens. In fact, I wouldn't even bother with front projection, even for 2D, with such a screen -- I'd buy a very large UHD flat panel with HDR (preferably OLED) so I could actually see what was on the screen. (Just a rant)
I too have never has a single person balk at the brightness or quality of the image I am getting in my space. Even when I just had the benQ w7000. I have never seen an HP screen in person, but it would never work for me anyways, as I need AT.
Two of my absolute favorites. Bar-none. I have used that AIC set as acoustic audio demonstrations ever since it first released on CD. I think I've burnt through at least 2 copies of it before my library went all into my phone/PC.
Originally Posted by deandob
Thanks for all the concert recommendations, have just stacked my Amazon cart with over $100 worth of concert blu-rays.....
Keep stackin' then
Roger Waters :The Wall (Very impressive visually and audio is up there)
Muse: Live at Rome Olympic Stadium
ColdPlay: Live 2012
Dream Theater: Live at Budokan
Experience Montreaux (Quincy Jones)
John Bonamassa: Most his discs are very well done.
I could keep going, but I will limit my suggestions to prevent all you guys from going broke this month