Originally Posted by M_Coupe
Criminy this is a busy thread... I'm not sure what current forum etiquette is these days re: new thread vs posting in the "official/owners" type master threads, but I'll try here again first:
What's the consensus re: convergence over time on this unit? Specifically, how long does it take yours to "warm up" so that the convergence stops drifting. Mine takes about 10 minutes for the alignment to tighten up, but it seems to continue to drift subtly until it's been on for at least 20 minutes or so. Beyond that, it's solid as a rock, even after a 4+ hour double-feature. I'm just curious about what other owners are encountering on this front.
Same here too, but.....I see the best picture around the 30 minute mark. I believe it is a bit of convergence, the lamp has warmed up completely and possibly our eyes have adjusted to the low light of a theater. The most significant corrections certainly do happen in the first 15-20 minutes though.
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