Originally Posted by DefinerOfReality
Picture quality in commercial movie theaters is hit or miss, and the sound quality is rarely if ever better than passable.
Creating a cost-no-object theater on a personal or professional level allows one to appreciate all different types of media presented at the very highest, most transparent level.
Your review missed that the projector does not take a digital input, I seem to remember
As expected even small temperature variations degrade performance: no doubt convergence does too
Don't even ask the bulb price.
Perhaps if our friendly middle east prince could rent pure digital DCI releases at 4096 resolution, then K.S.S concept might be worthwhile.
However over here, as T. Bone Pickens states, we Americans are paying $700 billion a year to finance an opulent lifestyle. This and the "drunks" on Wall Street, who mortgaged away our future, remind me of the recession reality thread of a few months ago.
Lastly buying dozens of amplifiers over several decades, I know that heavy massive power amplifiers do not sound as good as the lightweight energy efficient resonant
switching power supply based amplifiers. Think energy self-sufficiently.
But many in the industry review components which there own countrymen do not take seriously. Take for instance the British and their pushing of $2000 CD players. Somebody somewhere must be buying this obsolete gear now?