Originally Posted by odyssey
No, that's not what I said. The G90 primaries are not accurate for either consumer SD or HD and are far off from DCI primaries, but those are different topics.
You really should not be concerned about sequential CR. If you want to be concerned about something, it should be ANSI CR and color accuracy. The measurements show problems with grey scale tracking...the 100 IRE blue is much too high and the low end much too red. How much of a problem this is depends on how far up the luminance scale this goes.
BITE!!!! SWEET! You bit!
Don't talk smack you cant back up dude. You will be so badly misproven that you may as well go ahead and delete your account when you decide to back up those comments and I disprove them.
You are FLAT OUT WRONG when it comes to ANSI CR. I have seen the BEST so far in my eyes and there is no way it is going to match what my stack is capable of. While there are things about HIGH ANSI projectors like the 3 chippers that I have proclaimed many of times smoke the stack in certain material, it's the OVERALL performance of when I watch film that I prefer with the stack.
It's much more fluid, responsive, and just flat out more pleasing to my eyes and I run at 60hz! When my eyes have to adjust much less to material and yet retain that HOLY CRAP factor especially with on/off performance like I am getting now, there is just nothing out there that can match it and I will take no less.
Projector manufacturers need to take heed and shoot for this kind of performance even if it's a big ass 3 chipper that can crank over 20 foot lamberts on a big ass screen. I want to turn off ALL THE LIGHTS and when I go black on the screen, it's as good as the source can provide whether it be good or bad, cause when it's good, oh my GOD is it good.
Not that I am discounting ANSI performance as yes, it does have a HUGE advantage especially if your running BIG ASS screens. That is where ANSI really shines big time.
If you however reduce that "big ass" screen size to a more manageable level like mine, in a smaller 100% light controlled room, then it becomes a lot less important because in a room like mine, I actually will not except ANY less than the on/off performance that I get now regardless of the ANSI number.
Also keep this in mind, MOST home theaters in AVS do not use screens even as large as mine.
I just cannot imagine even a smaller screen than mine and looking at grey vs. black in an optimum viewing environment and I mean especially without using "TRICKS".
I'm talking unity gain here with the projector doing all of the work instead of pairing it with the screen. I am getting this with the G90's and I expect nothing less.