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post #961 of 2054 Old 01-06-2017, 04:19 PM
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Since no one is answering this.....I'm guessing if there was no drop in CR in low lag mode JVC would be touting it?!
We seem to now be in an odd place where Mike and Craig are only addressing certain things on the 'other' AVS forum, and withholding the info from this one.

To recap.

NO the contrast is not affected in any way in low lag mode, best to wipe that entire 'theory' from your head as I guess it was false all along.

The lag is indeed 2 frames, under 40msec, but we both know 2 frames at 60p is 32ms, so hopefully thats what it is, that is on par with the 4K Sony's and frankly anybody complaining about that would be nuts.

It also DOES work in 4K/60P which is HUGE.

HDMI Sync has improved supposedly by about 2 seconds, I doubt this will even be something you notice since I sometimes have 20 second sync times, and sometimes have 10 second sync times.

No DI in HDR.
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Thanks Javs.
It is odd for sure.
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We seem to now be in an odd place where Mike and Craig are only addressing certain things on the 'other' AVS forum, and withholding the info from this one.

To recap.

NO the contrast is not affected in any way in low lag mode, best to wipe that entire 'theory' from your head as I guess it was false all along.

The lag is indeed 2 frames, under 40msec, but we both know 2 frames at 60p is 32ms, so hopefully thats what it is, that is on par with the 4K Sony's and frankly anybody complaining about that would be nuts.

It also DOES work in 4K/60P which is HUGE.

HDMI Sync has improved supposedly by about 2 seconds, I doubt this will even be something you notice since I sometimes have 20 second sync times, and sometimes have 10 second sync times.

No DI in HDR.
"NO the contrast is not affected in any way in low lag mode, best to wipe that entire 'theory' from your head as I guess it was false all along"

And the definitive answer to this comes from?..JVC? If it is so that is great, but begs the question why did it take so long to introduce?

What is the other JVC forum?

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"NO the contrast is not affected in any way in low lag mode, best to wipe that entire 'theory' from your head as I guess it was false all along"

And the definitive answer to this comes from?..JVC? If it is so that is great, but begs the question why did it take so long to introduce?

What is the other JVC forum?

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It came from Craig asking JVC directly at CES... so, yes, it comes from JVC. And I believe them. this was only ever a theory from yourself looking at the simulator models was it not?

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It came from Craig asking JVC directly at CES... so, yes, it comes from JVC. And I believe them. this was only ever a theory from yourself looking at the simulator models was it not?

I cant post the link here, will PM you.
The high contrast in the JVC chips due to 'slower chips' was mention here at AVS many years ago. The comparison with the VS series seemed to confirm that. JVC's less than stellar motion handling, in comparison to other offerings was attributed the slowness of the panels.

Perhaps the improvements in the chip design has enabled them to speed up the panels with little or no contrast loss.

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The high contrast in the JVC chips due to 'slower chips' was mention here at AVS many years ago. The comparison with the VS series seemed to confirm that. JVC's less than stellar motion handling, in comparison to other offerings was attributed the slowness of the panels.

Perhaps the improvements in the chip design has enabled them to speed up the panels with little or no contrast loss.
You guys give me the questions, I sat with the JVC guys on a couch in front of the RS4500 and asked them, and wrote down the answers. That's all I've got. Other than buying the new projector and testing it myself ( which I'm not doing since I don't game ) !
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You guys give me the questions, I sat with the JVC guys on a couch in front of the RS4500 and asked them, and wrote down the answers. That's all I've got. Other than buying the new projector and testing it myself ( which I'm not doing since I don't game ) !
Appreciate your efforts.

You're correct, at this stage we can only go by what they tell us...until some one reputable does a review and we have the breakdown!

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Am interested in these, but I don't get the differences between the X5(5)00, X7(5)00 and X9(5)00. The reviews don't really seem to do any comparisons between these projectors, only with competitors.
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IIRC I read weeks ago that these "new" JVC 2017 would improve the HDMI switching/sync time. Is this confirmed and if so, how much of an improvement is it? I would not buy a new model just for that. But it would be encouraging if they made great strides on the HDMI sync times so that the next "real" new model that I may then look to upgrade would likely have that improvement.
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IIRC I read weeks ago that these "new" JVC 2017 would improve the HDMI switching/sync time. Is this confirmed and if so, how much of an improvement is it? I would not buy a new model just for that. But it would be encouraging if they made great strides on the HDMI sync times so that the next "real" new model that I may then look to upgrade would likely have that improvement.
Slight improvement. Will be interested to see the sync times from the other manufacturers, once they are using 18 Gbps HDMI chips.
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Slight improvement. Will be interested to see the sync times from the other manufacturers, once they are using 18 Gbps HDMI chips.
I wish that were a valid excuse.

My Samsung TV Locks on to 18gbps 4k/60 4:4:4 in about 1 second. I use it as a monitor 24/7. When I turn the TV on, I am looking at my 18Gbps PC image before the stupid StarWars wipe it does on power up is even done.

My Amp does it in about 2 seconds.

Please explain to me how a projectors HDMI chip can possibly be any different to a TV's HDMI chip when all we are talking about is accepting a video signal. This has zero to do with any light path, or projector specific technology...

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HDMI sync has been poor on JVC projectors before they had 18 Gbps chips. Have we forgotten the previous generation issues?
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Slight improvement. Will be interested to see the sync times from the other manufacturers, once they are using 18 Gbps HDMI chips.
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I wish that were a valid excuse.

My Samsung TV Locks on to 18gbps 4k/60 4:4:4 in about 1 second. I use it as a monitor 24/7. When I turn the TV on, I am looking at my 18Gbps PC image before the stupid StarWars wipe it does on power up is even done.

My Amp does it in about 2 seconds.

Please explain to me how a projectors HDMI chip can possibly be any different to a TV's HDMI chip when all we are talking about is accepting a video signal. This has zero to do with any light path, or projector specific technology...
How is what I posted making an excuse. If the other manufacturers have quick sync times, once they have 18Gbps HDMI chips, it will show the exact opposite.

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HDMI sync has been poor on JVC projectors before they had 18 Gbps chips. Have we forgotten the previous generation issues?
Yeah, on the generation before, the sync time was pretty good, but had drop outs. Now we do not have drop outs, but the sync time is slow. Hopefully on the next generation we get both, stable and quick sync time.

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We seem to now be in an odd place where Mike and Craig are only addressing certain things on the 'other' AVS forum, and withholding the info from this one.

To recap.

NO the contrast is not affected in any way in low lag mode, best to wipe that entire 'theory' from your head as I guess it was false all along.

The lag is indeed 2 frames, under 40msec, but we both know 2 frames at 60p is 32ms, so hopefully thats what it is, that is on par with the 4K Sony's and frankly anybody complaining about that would be nuts.

It also DOES work in 4K/60P which is HUGE.

HDMI Sync has improved supposedly by about 2 seconds, I doubt this will even be something you notice since I sometimes have 20 second sync times, and sometimes have 10 second sync times.

No DI in HDR.


What is the other AVS forum so I can follow both?



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We seem to now be in an odd place where Mike and Craig are only addressing certain things on the 'other' AVS forum, and withholding the info from this one.
Time to break out the sodium pentothal and polygraph, and if that doesn't work the waterboard.
We need to get to the bottom of this conspiracy!
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Um, the other forum. Yup. A place where a bunch of aging cats from the CRT projector days hang out. Alledgedly.

For my money there really is no compelling reason to upgrade from 500 or 600 unless you are a gamer. I will wait.
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Time to break out the sodium pentothal and polygraph, and if that doesn't work the waterboard.
We need to get to the bottom of this conspiracy!
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Whee is the other forum?
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A few questions:

1) Does anyone know what's involved in THX 3D certification? I'm curious about this, does it entail measuring crosstalk?

Because it seems to me, like crosstalk would be an issue if the panels these JVCs use were indeed "slow", and hence 3D performance would be poor due to how fast the left and right eyes have to be alternated (120hz through LCD shutter glasses).

2) what is the motion resolution on these JVCs, is it really that poor? (maybe this explains why JVC isn't bothering to support 120hz input at 1080p, why would they if the panels weren't able to refresh fast enough to notice any improvement). I read 300 lines of motion resolution, 600 with FI.

3) if the motion resolution is indeed poor, then 120hz operation for 3D should exhibit substantial crosstalk and thus poor 3D performance. Do last years' JVCs have decent 3D?
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3) if the motion resolution is indeed poor, then 120hz operation for 3D should exhibit substantial crosstalk and thus poor 3D performance. Do last years' JVCs have decent 3D?
quite the opposite.. the 2016 JVC's have some of the best x-talk performance vs. the competition. it's remarkable what they have been able to achieve in this specific area.

3D DLP fans may notice the subtle glasses refresh rate, but that is going to be the same on all non-DLP's including all current Epson models and the Sony4K units including the 25K VW1100 and the 15K mid-range 4K models.

I own several 3D DLP's and extremely critical on x-talk. JVC get a major pass in this area of 3D performance. Low APL performance on the JVC's in 3D is excellent, something even the best 3D DLP's can only dream of.


regarding THX 3D modes - I don't use them or like them. It's easier to get better results with a 3D calibration behind the glasses and some minor gamma tweaks.
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Anyone know when AVS is going to start pre-orders on the RS420?
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Do these "new" 2017 JVC projectors also have a newer version of the JVC auto cal software? And if so does it support the i1D3 meter? Would such newer software also work on the RS400/500/600?
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Do these "new" 2017 JVC projectors also have a newer version of the JVC auto cal software? And if so does it support the i1D3 meter? Would such newer software also work on the RS400/500/600?
See Jav's post here: JVC DLA-X5500/X7500/X9500 3 new HT projectors 2017

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The X7500 will be my first JVC projector by the looks of it. The only concerns left is have they fixed CMD in low, as i read it introduces vertical banding?

Also hope motion handling is as good as Sony/Epson.
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