Originally Posted by cl7gr
I know there isn't objective! That's why I am waiting for your final review...
I'll give you an "objection", the JVC 3D is not good, and I'd bet as the RS-46 lamp ages, the 3D will also not be good. At first I watched it with sub-200 hours on the lamp on an RS-45, and it was bareable for 20% of movies. Now the first 4 (3d) blurays I bought were the ones known not to ghost much as per recommendations from the forum. These blurays with an older lamp now ghost more than Casper (say after 300-500 hours).
Zombie is providing great information, but he also cannot stir the bees up too much in here (because bees sting), but I've already been stung so much I am almost immune. Let me say to you (and the bees), the JVC is absolute suckage for 3D, now if they improved on that suckage, then it will just be sucky. They have many many levels to improve before it will be "ok" or "good enuff". There are blurays you will cringe at, things that look absolutely horrid in 3D on the JVC. There are times it looks ok, but watching a JVC in 3D is not enjoying the movie, in 80%+ of movies, the ghosting will totally drive you mad eventually. Once the 3D honeymoon wears off, you'll be like wow I am so sick of seeing traces and double images, it just gets old fast. There is no way I believe from what I've read so far that JVC 3D is all that much improved, better - a little, but wait until that lamp ages.
Again, if going one projector solution, Sony hw50 sounds like a great device, if not caring about 3D - JVC all the way, if wanting 3D with a JVC, then get a second projector.
Hint: They sell a Benq w1070 for around $1100 USD on ebay shipped from Canada, or look at the Optoma hd33. Just watch out for the short throw distances and lack of zoom.
Disclaimer: My opinion is that of a disgruntled 3D JVC user that ordered a Benq w7000.