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Well this thread is revealing some usefull information. However, it would probably help Alan if we could list 1. The Projector , and 2. The Source(s) (i.e. DVD Player, HTPC, DSS, etc).
So far we've got several 'confirmed' reports of vertical banding. That is the most 'consistent' anomaly reported. Otherwise are we all reasonably happy with the C.I.? How about listing some of the positive aspects, compared to your projector's internal scaler or an outboard device such as the iScan.
In my own system (Davis DL-S8, DLP Projector with SVGA max capability), going from the iScan to the C.I. was a remarkable improvement. Color, sharpness, contrast...all were greatly improved. My only "complaints" so far are: the need to re-establish 'sync' at 800x600 each time I use the system, and the vertical banding previously noted.
Another note: on the DLP Forum, Alan has announced that AVS will soon be offering CALIBRATION of DLP projectors. This sounds like a major development (even though it will mean shipping our projectors to Alan.)
Please keep the comments coming!
Good Viewing,John G JVC DLA-RS4810 Projector, Vutec 110" (16x9) Bright White Screen, Oppo UDP-203 disc player, Darbee Darblet, Onkyo TX-NR708 Receiver/Processor, Toshiba 1250 NTSC-PAL Region Free BR Player, 7 Paradigm Reference spkrs w Dual Subs, Adcom & Yamaha Amps