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post #2311 of 2327 Old 09-16-2014, 12:33 PM
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In checking into this more, from a trusted source, the firmware update, that I was told about is most likely the last update that was provided already.

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In checking into this more, from a trusted source, the firmware update, that I was told about is most likely the last update that was provided already.
Are you referring to 1211.6? That is also on current shipping units.
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Hey guys. I seem to be getting a lot of black crush. Curious if there's a setting that might change this. I'm still learning what each setting does, since they are very different from what I'm used to. Thanks.
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Hey guys. I seem to be getting a lot of black crush. Curious if there's a setting that might change this. I'm still learning what each setting does, since they are very different from what I'm used to. Thanks.
In the gamma section, try a value of 2.3 or 2.4 and adjust the dark correction up a few clicks. Also check your brightness and contrast with test pattern.
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In the gamma section, try a value of 2.3 or 2.4 and adjust the dark correction up a few clicks. Also check your brightness and contrast with test pattern.
Ok thank. I have it set to 2.2 right and am using the DVE disc. I'll try those different values.
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Ok thank. I have it set to 2.2 right and am using the DVE disc. I'll try those different values.
Keep in mind, it's raising the "dark level" adjustment that will bring out more shadow detail. The 2.3 and 2.4 gamma presets will actually crush blacks more than the 2.2 setting, so the dark level adjustment is the key here.

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Keep in mind, it's raiding the "dark level" adjustment that will bring out more shadow detail. The 2.3 and 2.4 gamma presets will actually crush blacks more than the 2.2 setting, so the dark level adjustment is the key here.
They can. Not knowing what his starting gamma was, I suggested 2.3 or 2.4. 2.2 tends to run closer to 2 or below and can looked washed out. 2.3 or 2.4 with dark correction would probably look better and track closer to 2.3 with a dip to 2.2 at 5-10%
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Keep in mind, it's raising the "dark level" adjustment that will bring out more shadow detail. The 2.3 and 2.4 gamma presets will actually crush blacks more than the 2.2 setting, so the dark level adjustment is the key here.
I was thinking that but figured I'd try it. When you say "dark level" are you talking brightness or is there something else in the menu? I'm coming from an epson 8500ub where it was pretty easy to understand what all the controls did. The Jvc, while far superior in picture quality, has a bit of a learning curve to the adjustments.
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I was thinking that but figured I'd try it. When you say "dark level" are you talking brightness or is there something else in the menu? I'm coming from an epson 8500ub where it was pretty easy to understand what all the controls did. The Jvc, while far superior in picture quality, has a bit of a learning curve to the adjustments.
In the gamma menu there is the option to select your preset gamma curve (2.2, 2.3, 2.4, etc...) and below that you should see other adjustment options that can be applied to the gamma you select. I think they are called "picture tone", "?bright level?", and "dark level". It is the dark level adjustment you need to raise. This will bring out shadow detail in the darker APL images.
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Hi everyone

Just ordered my 4910 from Mike at AVS and got an amazing deal !
Super excited to receive it and get it set up once my HT is built. Can anyone recommend a good ceiling mount?
I will be mounting it at 15' 6" as per Mikes recommendation, but would also like to know how low I should hang it?
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Hi everyone

Just ordered my 4910 from Mike at AVS and got an amazing deal !
Super excited to receive it and get it set up once my HT is built. Can anyone recommend a good ceiling mount?
I will be mounting it at 15' 6" as per Mikes recommendation, but would also like to know how low I should hang it?
Mike is awesome to work with and I am sure he can give you recommendations. In my case with my RS4810, I went with the Chief RPMA and 18" extension from ceiling (based on his recommendation). The mount has worked perfectly.

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Just ordered my 4910 from Mike at AVS and got an amazing deal !
Super excited to receive it and get it set up once my HT is built. Can anyone recommend a good ceiling mount?
I will be mounting it at 15' 6" as per Mikes recommendation, but would also like to know how low I should hang it?
Chief RPMA281 is the mount with JVC-specific adapter plate. RPMAU includes universal adapter arms instead. I have the RPMA281 on my JVC and the RSMAU (smaller version of the RPMAU) on my Mits. Both work great, I think the universal arms add a little more visual bulk to the mount (which may or may not be important to you, if its even visible depending on your mounting location).

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Mike is awesome to work with and I am sure he can give you recommendations. In my case with my RS4810, I went with the Chief RPMA and 18" extension from ceiling (based on his recommendation). The mount has worked perfectly.
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Chief RPMA281 is the mount with JVC-specific adapter plate. RPMAU includes universal adapter arms instead. I have the RPMA281 on my JVC and the RSMAU (smaller version of the RPMAU) on my Mits. Both work great, I think the universal arms add a little more visual bulk to the mount (which may or may not be important to you, if its even visible depending on your mounting location).
Thanks for the advice, is this the correct one? http://www.amazon.com/Chief-RPMA281-Custom-Elite-Mount/dp/B004SU2LD2
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I will be mounting it at 15' 6" as per Mikes recommendation, but would also like to know how low I should hang it?
The RPAU does not fit the JVC projectors. I would go with:

RPMA281
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The CMS??? is the drop tube. Would need to know screen height, screen placement, ceiling height and distance from ceiling to top of image. Call tomorrow and we can go over this info and work out what length drop tube you need.

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Have a friend that just installed a X500 and is looking for discrete codes for lens memories. Anyone here know if there are discrete codes for this that can point me in the right direction? THX.

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Have a friend that just installed a X500 and is looking for discrete codes for lens memories. Anyone here know if there are discrete codes for this that can point me in the right direction? THX.
RS232? If so, here ya go.

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Will the 4910 be bright enough for a 125in diagonal 2.35 screen' it is a 1.1 gain white screen. I also like 3d' will the 4910 also be bright enough to light it up. I do like a some what bright pic. My room is pretty much a bat cave. Basement no lights 'black drape walls; Flat black ceiling and black carpet. My current epson 8350 is mounted 13ft 6in back. Just above top of screen. I have low ceiling down their like 7ft 8. I am stuck between the Epson 5030 and Sony hw40' I know they are bright with decent pic. But I know the 4910 will maybe be better. Just worried about a Dim image and the handshake issues. I use a Darbee also. Thanks for any help.
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