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landshark22 these are the settings of my pro8100 and you should enter the all settings to get correct color, first you shoud set your source to ycpr 4:2:2, 4:4:4 or FULL RGB and then at memory enter the following and save in order user1 , user2
Best Mode: The calibrated version of Cinema mode, has Color Temp set to user1.
Brightest Mode: Calibrated version of Cinema mode has Color Temp set to user2
these at picture menu:
Lamp Mode=Normal (unless noted otherwise)
Detail Enhance=7 for high image noise set to 5
User 1 Setup (used for "best mode", and used with Cinema/user 1 color)
Gain R = 521, G = 342, B = 360
Offset R = 506, G = 512, B = 516
User 2 Setup (used for "brightest mode", and used with Cinema/user 2)
Gain R = 512, G = 466, B = 470
Offset R = 512, G = 512, B = 512
zachHD considering the screen its 120" fixed frame , i build it my self and costs 100$ , its white black out fixed at a wood board 16:9 120" or apply your wall measurement 127",133".... and a the frame is 3.15" covered with black velvet because it absorb light.
at manual viewsonic pro8100 they recommend that screen should have no gain at all to get correct contrast. if your screen is 1.0or more gain try to decrease the contrast.
and for 720p and CG you can inrease detail enhancement to 7, if you are watching sd use eco mode for dvds, some bluyray movies contain high noise like 300 or gladiator , you can decrease detail enhancement to 2 if you want but try to take action scene inconsideration because bluyray contain noise and this pj amplyfied it to 120" or more and thats normal to watch every single detail or noise.
floridapoolboy do the update with laptop, and its normal to see noise at full hd with very sharp pj, at action scene and games
no problem at all
poorsignal the shelf is 22" the pj is huge and also audio recevier too and to get comfort with cables