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post #8911 of 8919 Old 07-11-2016, 01:36 PM
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I always reset the timer. Never had a lamp blow on me in 8 lamps. Still, it is really dim by 2000 hours so unless you run a really small screen in a completely dark room, I can't imagine waiting on a new lamp. The OSRAM lamp at Amazon is only $87. Just be sure you wear gloves while handling the lamp or oils from fingers on a bare bulb will cause early failure.

https://www.amazon.com/Osram-P-VIP-Q..._2&s=hi&sr=1-2
Looking back in this thread suggests the Philips bulb might be a better but more expensive choice (30% brighter initially according to some posts).

I found this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00C74M0TQ..._ugaHxbQV364WY

How difficult is it to install a new bulb in an old housing? I've replaced plenty of the complete units but they were the knock offs and haven't lasted long. Now im looking for a better option.

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Looking back in this thread suggests the Philips bulb might be a better but more expensive choice (30% brighter initially according to some posts).

I found this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00C74M0TQ..._ugaHxbQV364WY

How difficult is it to install a new bulb in an old housing? I've replaced plenty of the complete units but they were the knock offs and haven't lasted long. Now im looking for a better option.

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It isn't difficult if you have an old knockoff housing. The OEM housing on mine had the old bulb soldered in, which would mean adding lug connectors and screws to attach to a new bare bulb. My knockoff housings had the lugs screw-attached to the lamp and was a simple swap.

I had purchased what was supposedly a Philips bare bulb but it may have been a knockoff. It was not as bright as a new OSRAM and the color seemed a bit green to me.
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Looking at that Amazon link provided for the Philips UHP lamp; it appears to be a 150 watt bulb. The original JVC lamp and the Osram I presently use are both 200 watts. With all things being equal I would expect the Philips to be the dimmer lamp. FWIW.

Hey, what do you think of the Olympic images provided by NBC? I held off on over using a fresh Osram lamp in my RS-1, keeping it at about 10 hours. Then went gung-ho with it with my HTPC since the Olympics started. For the first time, I even ran the lamp at normal (low) brightness for about 40 to 45 hours before the brightness fell off on my 180" diagonal screen. I adjusted the color, brightness, contrast, HDMI level, etc for my local NBC broadcast. It is broadcasting over the air out of Indianapolis and the clarity and depth is awesome.
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hello
I have jvc hd1
on which basis of adjustment I can leave?
cinema?
natural?

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hello
I have jvc hd1
on which basis of adjustment I can leave?
cinema?
natural?

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I use Cinema.
However; try them both and use the one that you prefer.

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for the adjustment of the colors, does one leave to 0 in natural and -5 in cinema?
or one adjusts manually?
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adjustments of the colors in natural with 0 and cinema with -5
how to adjust them without probe?
an adjustment of the colors to be put?
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person please?
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person please?
Sorry - but it has been so long since I adjusted mine, I don't recall the specifics.

Probably the best and most economical direction for "calibrating" would be to get a Blu-Ray calibration disc (these usually come with color filters to use with some color test patterns), these discs also include some nice instructional tutorials to guide you thru the process.
There are a number of these on the market, such as:

1) "Disney WOW"
2) "Spears & Munsil"
3) another one I seem to recall was titled "Digital Video Essentials"

I think if you google "TV calibration disc" - you will find many choices. I would recommend that you start here:
https://www.cnet.com/how-to/reviewed...for-your-hdtv/

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