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I am selling my RS-4910U, which I bought from AVS on the last day of pre-ordering.  I have only experienced the handshake issue 3 times and  I never had to unplug the unit to get it working correctly.  It is not updated, nor do I have the time.  180 hrs. on bulb in perfect shape.  PM if you are interested, I am realistic, but not foolish.

 

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I am selling my RS-4910U, which I bought from AVS on the last day of pre-ordering.  I have only experienced the handshake issue 3 times and  I never had to unplug the unit to get it working correctly.  It is not updated, nor do I have the time.  180 hrs. on bulb in perfect shape.  PM if you are interested, I am realistic, but not foolish.

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Does anyone know if Calman 5 supports this year's JVC projectors yet (specifically the X500r)?
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thanks man - hey any what I should be asking for used on this unit?  

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I am selling my RS-4910U, which I bought from AVS on the last day of pre-ordering.  I have only experienced the handshake issue 3 times and  I never had to unplug the unit to get it working correctly.  It is not updated, nor do I have the time.  180 hrs. on bulb in perfect shape.  PM if you are interested, I am realistic, but not foolish.

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Well, i ordered up today, will be joining the X500 owners club next week. Should be a nice upgrade from my Epson 5020.
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Well, i ordered up today, will be joining the X500 owners club next week. Should be a nice upgrade from my Epson 5020.


You are in for a treat, I suggest Oblivion, District 9 and Alien. These movies made me say wow, as will just about everything you watch. I watch a lot of football(both kinds) and hockey and the image is great. But shows like Game of Thrones and Board Walk Empire and then Blu rays, well they are spectacular. Also if you have a PC, check out 4K content, pretty awesome. I use MPC-HC with the madVR plugin and the results are fantastic with 4K and even 720p.
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You are in for a treat, I suggest Oblivion, District 9 and Alien. These movies made me say wow, as will just about everything you watch. I watch a lot of football(both kinds) and hockey and the image is great. But shows like Game of Thrones and Board Walk Empire and then Blu rays, well they are spectacular. Also if you have a PC, check out 4K content, pretty awesome. I use MPC-HC with the madVR plugin and the results are fantastic with 4K and even 720p.

I have a HTPC, not sure how to playback 4k from it though - MPC-HC all I need?

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You are in for a treat, I suggest Oblivion, District 9 and Alien. These movies made me say wow, as will just about everything you watch.

I'll add Pacific Rim to that list. I get a childish smile every time I watch it. Looks fantastic.smile.gif
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I have a HTPC, not sure how to playback 4k from it though - MPC-HC all I need?[/quote


You can also use VLC, but I believe that is all you need. I installed the madVR addon into MPC and use the JINC filter, for general upscaling not just 4k, I just wanted to point that particular add on out, because I am floored by the results and how much it cleans an image up.I am re watching some 720p downloads of DeadWood, that are far from pristine. The madVR filter works miracles on it. There is loads of info that player. Here is a thread that may interest you.


http://www.avsforum.com/t/1506723/ultimate-4k-demo-material-information-thread/30#post_24675363[/quote]
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You are in for a treat, I suggest Oblivion, District 9 and Alien. These movies made me say wow, as will just about everything you watch. I watch a lot of football(both kinds) and hockey and the image is great. But shows like Game of Thrones and Board Walk Empire and then Blu rays, well they are spectacular. Also if you have a PC, check out 4K content, pretty awesome. I use MPC-HC with the madVR plugin and the results are fantastic with 4K and even 720p.
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I'll add Pacific Rim to that list. I get a childish smile every time I watch it. Looks fantastic.smile.gif

I have all of the above, I'll rack them up then ! biggrin.gif

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JVC has made it clear they don't care about gamers. Lag actually got worse this year and still no game mode which has been a request since the RS1. I would not expect any change (it would be nice if it finally happened though) for the upcoming models.

Thanks. I'll probably need to stick with Sony then. Hopefully they will have a gaming option with reduced lag.
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Well, gang, after following these forums for many years, I'm finally a member of the projector club. Got my 4910 from AVS last Friday. For now, I'm watching it on butcher paper that I tacked to the wall of my media room. I had done that so my wife and I could visualize how big the screen was going to be.

I also wanted to see if this projector was really going to be able to light it up, with the reports earlier in this thread. So far, even running on low lamp mode the image is proving more than bright enough for me. I applied setting that Craig Peer provided and it looks amazing...even just on a piece of paper.

I picked up a light meter (I think it was recommended in this thread or somewhere else on the forum), but I'm not sure what is the "proper" way to take the reading so that I can have numbers that I can compare to everyone elses. Is there a thread/post somewhere on how to properly read the light coming off the screen?

Anyway, the screen is a 153" scope ratio, which gives me an effective 120" for 16:9 content. I was afraid that the zoom to fill the screen for blu-rays would be too dark, but that hasn't proven the case with anything I've thrown at it so far. I have to keep double checking the menu to confirm that I actually am watching in low lamp mode.

Looking forward to may great years with this baby. The finance committee is also well please so far.
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I have a HTPC, not sure how to playback 4k from it though - MPC-HC all I need?[/quote


You can also use VLC, but I believe that is all you need. I installed the madVR addon into MPC and use the JINC filter, for general upscaling not just 4k, I just wanted to point that particular add on out, because I am floored by the results and how much it cleans an image up.I am re watching some 720p downloads of DeadWood, that are far from pristine. The madVR filter works miracles on it. There is loads of info that player. Here is a thread that may interest you.


http://www.avsforum.com/t/1506723/ultimate-4k-demo-material-information-thread/30#post_24675363
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Interesting - i have the same MadVR set up with JRiver as front end. I feed 1080p to my X500r.

My question is: would there be any value in getting the HTPC to upscale to 4k and send that to the X500r, would it look better? Or is it better using e-shift?
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Question from me on Darbee - are many of you guys running Darbee with shift, and if so, how are you finding it?

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Question from me on Darbee - are many of you guys running Darbee with shift, and if so, how are you finding it?


I run a darbee with e-shift and I like the look, it appears sharper to me.
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Interesting - i have the same MadVR set up with JRiver as front end. I feed 1080p to my X500r.

My question is: would there be any value in getting the HTPC to upscale to 4k and send that to the X500r, would it look better? Or is it better using e-shift?[/quote]


I think the MadVR using the JINC filter with anti ringing on, does more then E-shift. I am not an expert and am pretty new to using MadVR, but there are plenty of tutorials and info on MadVR out there. All I can say for sure is that the results on my PC have been really good and if you want to scale 4k you need a pretty good GPU.

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Interesting - i have the same MadVR set up with JRiver as front end. I feed 1080p to my X500r.

My question is: would there be any value in getting the HTPC to upscale to 4k and send that to the X500r, would it look better? Or is it better using e-shift?


I think the MadVR using the JINC filter with anti ringing on, does more then E-shift. I am not an expert and am pretty new to using MadVR, but there are plenty of tutorials and info on MadVR out there. All I can say for sure is that the results on my PC have been really good and if you want to scale 4k you need a pretty good GPU.[/quote]


I use MadVR to upscale to 4K and feed it to the projector. I have a 290X and I use NNEDI3 to upscale. NNEDI3 brings my 290x to its knees and its still not powerful enough to max it out, but it does a damn fine job. Jinc is no longer the best for upscale anymore unless you're going for a super quiet HTPC. For inking out every last bit of performance you'll need a strong video card. I'll be upgrading again when the next series comes out...

In my setup its best to upscale to 4k and send that to the JVC than run at 1080p and send it to the JVC; however though I lose the darbee when I upscale to 4k. I found myself going back and forth depending what I do (ie gaming, etc)
For bluray though I upscale to 4k.

Can't wait until 4K darbee comes, it'll be one less trade off.
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4K Darbee sounds great. I have 2 HD7970s but am waitng for a card with HDCP 2.2 support, before I upgrade.
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there should be a good price difference between these models, so that alone could help in the decision. I have an X35 and the older RS55 plus reviewed a number of the current models. I was just watching the X35 last night, this is still a great projector with native contrast that can't be matched by Sony or Epson. if you get a good deal on the white X35, go for it.

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I agree, it seems to get overshadowed a lot but It really is a nice pj for money.

Guys, I went and checked out the X35W and it has perfect convergence and low hrs. I was sold until I saw the X55 he had in the next room which was all blacked out - mind blowing! $1200 price difference, but a new X500 would be the same difference.

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Guys, I went and checked out the X35W and it has perfect convergence and low hrs. I was sold until I saw the X55 he had in the next room which was all blacked out - mind blowing! $1200 price difference, but a new X500 would be the same difference.

You should check the x35 in the other room or its calibration. There shouldn't be a big difference between that one and an x55. It's basically the e-shift that differs. The x500 on the other hand should have a more noticeable advantage in dark scenes with it's di.
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Well, gang, after following these forums for many years, I'm finally a member of the projector club. Got my 4910 from AVS last Friday. For now, I'm watching it on butcher paper that I tacked to the wall of my media room. I had done that so my wife and I could visualize how big the screen was going to be.

I also wanted to see if this projector was really going to be able to light it up, with the reports earlier in this thread. So far, even running on low lamp mode the image is proving more than bright enough for me. I applied setting that Craig Peer provided and it looks amazing...even just on a piece of paper.

I picked up a light meter (I think it was recommended in this thread or somewhere else on the forum), but I'm not sure what is the "proper" way to take the reading so that I can have numbers that I can compare to everyone elses. Is there a thread/post somewhere on how to properly read the light coming off the screen?

Anyway, the screen is a 153" scope ratio, which gives me an effective 120" for 16:9 content. I was afraid that the zoom to fill the screen for blu-rays would be too dark, but that hasn't proven the case with anything I've thrown at it so far. I have to keep double checking the menu to confirm that I actually am watching in low lamp mode.

Looking forward to may great years with this baby. The finance committee is also well please so far.

Here are detailed instructions on how to use a light meter - http://www.avsforum.com/t/755705/using-the-ca813-light-meter-to-measure-your-front-projector

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Here is a calculator to help you. I have had this for a while I think I got it from avsforum and I updated it to use screen gain.. .All you need to enter is your screen gain, size and lux measurement and it will do the rest.

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How well does the Calman auto-calibration work with the JVC projectors?

It is very appealing to me to not have to dig into and learn how to myself.
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http://www.avsforum.com/t/1423111/calman-5-release-notes-and-discussion/2280#post_24728480

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I tried playing a 3D movie in 2D (in the 3D options) but it does not seem to revert to 2D...and continues to show the 3D frame packed version.

It does so on the HW55ES but not on my RS4910.

I am on the r1210 firmware.

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Scratch that request. Just confirmed that this is not what this option is for in the 3D format. Playing 3D as 2D is not supported by the RS4910.
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XPand 104 and 105 glasses can do 2D for 3D movies, but you have to wear the glasses. Nice feature when watching a 3D movie and my wife wants to watch it in 2D with me.
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XPand 104 and 105 glasses can do 2D for 3D movies, but you have to wear the glasses. Nice feature when watching a 3D movie and my wife wants to watch it in 2D with me.

The JVC glasses can do the same thing. But there is a loss of brightness as expected.
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Hello, I'm considering the 4910 on a curved screen. Has anyone set up this unit without an amorphous lens on a curved screen? The specs look like it should be able to handle it, but specs and real world performance are different things.
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Anyone have the DI get stuck in their projector?

Don't know how long mine was not functioning. Wouldn't budge in either Auto 2 or Auto 1, but would move in manual. Don't know exactly what I did, but I managed to get it working again. In the end I turned it off since it was pumping so bad. I do remember it was only noticeable in very difficult scenes.

I've only done the first firmware upgrade (to fix HDMI issues).

Don't think it was an actual hardware problem, but more of a software issue in the projector. ??
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