Last night I set up my H77, ceiling mounted using a Mat White Screen.
What's great about the H77 -
Powerfull colors yet not over saturated.
Smooth film like picture, very much like a good CRT.
HDTV is highly detailed and bright, but yet very deep blacks.
The machine is the quietest projector I've ever not heard.
You have to love the Power Zoom & Focus, especially the focus you can stand right up to the screen and dial right in. So easy
These shots are to give you an idea on the color and they also show how a higher resolution can add more to DVD in details and sharpness. Quite a few shots, I used a Panasonic XP30 DVD player in progressive.
I'll add some stuff through DVI with a Bravo later and some HDTV freeze shots also. enjoy the fun
Oh some of these images came out unbelievably detailed, juicy is a good term for the image quality. Up live and personal of course what you see is 10times better.
(Note: first time you turn on your H77 look for an option (colorspace) and choose (Auto) factory sets it at YUU and colors may be off for your area, so choose auto.)
(Note: if you need to check your firmware, on the PJ hit
re-sync, source, enter at the same time.
Toggle down to exit. Don't hit anything in there or you may undo the factory tune up.)http://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77fifth1.jpghttp://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77fifth2.jpghttp://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77dragon1.jpghttp://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77dragon2.jpghttp://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77darla.jpghttp://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77glad1.jpghttp://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77glad4.jpghttp://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77glad5.jpg
"Some tuning tips for all displays that have advance RGB-adjustments for grayscale.
After making changes take a look at the Avia Needle Pulse pattern to see that there's no color tints in the Gray to White steps in the upper part of the pattern. The Pluge pattern also in Avia called Black Bars+ Log Steps. It's found under Video Test Patterns/Gray Scale & Levels/Black & White levels -
If it's not dead on grays to white make final changes with the user advanced adjustments.
Test patterns like this -http://www.cigarbest.com/sales/h77vsteps.jpg
Example - you see red/pink tint in the light gray/white.
If you see green in the dark grays/black
You see how it works, color in the light grays you use the RGB-contrasts
Color in the dark grays you use the RGB-brightness to fix.
enjoy and get good at it, can really make a huge difference "
Also I would start by first deleting the color you need until it's out of the grays. Lets say it took 8 clicks minus on the red to get there. Instead of leaving this make it just 4 clicks and inturn add four clicks more to the Blue & Green for better balance.