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We've 3 'hot' JVC threads so its getting increasingly difficult to know where to post.
Most of us will be familiar with Ekki and he has tested mutliple RS49's. Testing is still to be completed but early indications look good. Posted over in hifi forum, translated by bing:
To the final report, it takes something that we want to check out more devices to obtain reliable data on the serial interface 100%. Today, we have measured 500 X all day. Some devices, but we are not still in the double-digit range, so that the series average values are still not final representative.
But I want to be not like: for the impatient among you here a small preview (measured values with almost ausgereiztem zoom):
-Brightness maximum: between 1200 and 1300 lumens, average 1240 lumen
-Calibrated brightness: between 940 and 1100 lumens, average 1050 lumen
-Eco mode: CA - 30%
-Contrast native / calibrated: between 26,000: 1 and 30,000: 1, average: 27,500: 1
-Dynamic contrast: factor 13, between 300,000: 1 and 400,000: 1
-Gamma: Perfect factory to 2.2 for all devices. At the detail you can file but with the controls.
-Auto-Iris: works not so bad at all, exact tests pending, however. The auto iris is in dark areas on the detail, here you must calibrate after. Should be but the hands of the brightness control: reduced at correct levels of HDMI already "+ 1" measuring contrast (per eye, but very difficult to detect).
-Color temperature: Ex works well, some devices can, but about the 7000K-Preset plus adjustments a little more light reserves out Tickle. The colour temperature drifts away in dark areas.
-Color space: from the factory only the "Custom1" setting fits well, as Oliver has been correctly identified. BUT: Not all X let 500 in green perfectly on the standard matched. Some have a strong yellow cast in green, can be also not completely resolved. Even if you use an extended color space as the calibration base. So is luck.
As far as the first findings.