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I've only been watching Blu-Rays on it at 24 fps. Seems like the picture is so sharp and crisp that when the camera or objects move you are more aware of the judder and bluriness inherent in film. I've tried all combinations between the BluRay player and the projector, but it's always there.

At first I loved this projector, but now that I've had time to study it, I'm thinking that I'd prefer some frame interpolation to smooth it out.

Try turning off 24fps output on your blu-ray player and see if the judder is smoothed out.

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Have been using my 8350 for a week now, it was a replacement for my Optoma HD70. I have to say, right out of the box, the colors are better, the screen is brighter, the blacks are MUCH blacker, and it is easily viewable in my living room with muted daylight coming in the windows. The contrast ratio is crazy good, the colors seem to be perfect and the resolution mind-blowingly crisp. Watched Blue Ray Avatar on it first night. Stunning.

Only a few minor issues:
1- the thing is a beast. I've had smaller luggage. Did miniaturization technology take a giant leap backwards? I went ahead and mounted it on the same mounting from the HD70, and it hasnt come crashing down just yet. Waiting for a catastrophe.

2- Switching between channels that are HD vs non-HD channels, it takes just a tiny bit longer to re-adjust the image (internally), and I don't seem to find a setting to store different aspect ratios for different resolution inputs; so they all run essentially at native, which means your non-HD channels will show up much smaller.

3- the S-video input seems to be kinda buggy with our Wii. Some screens give it what appears to be white lines on the vertical edges of the screen, sometimes worse, some times better. Not a really big issue, but just curios what that might be caused by.

Overall, if you are reading this thread wondering whether or not to get one of these (I got mine from Vis Apex for 1199)- go for it! Just be sure to have something beefy to mount this monster to, or a coffee table or shelf strong enough to hold an anvil.
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The 8350 weighs 16.1 pounds. With a steel ceiling mount, the whole thing might weigh 20-25 pounds.

There are drywall anchors rated up to 40 lbs (toggle bolts), but I wouldn't recommend hanging the projector that way. If your mounting position isn't on a stud, put a wooden plate on the ceiling, painted the ceiling color, and screw that into studs. Then mount the projector to the plate.

cubbiesbob: Thanks for the comparison to the HD70. I had an HD70 for a short time before getting the 7100. The blacks on the 7100 were a tiny bit better than on the HD70 (Darkchip3 instead of Darkchip 2), but based on what you saw I should be seeing an improvement in black level with the 8350 over the HD7100. That would be very nice.
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The 8350 weighs 16.1 pounds. With a steel ceiling mount, the whole thing might weigh 20-25 pounds.

There are drywall anchors rated up to 40 lbs (toggle bolts), but I wouldn't recommend hanging the projector that way. If your mounting position isn't on a stud, put a wooden plate on the ceiling, painted the ceiling color, and screw that into studs. Then mount the projector to the plate.

cubbiesbob: Thanks for the comparison to the HD70. I had an HD70 for a short time before getting the 7100. The blacks on the 7100 were a tiny bit better than on the HD70 (Darkchip3 instead of Darkchip 2), but based on what you saw I should be seeing an improvement in black level with the 8350 over the HD7100. That would be very nice.

Or you sure about the 16.1 weight .My manual says 22lb.You do need a good mount and it should be mounted to studs'I did the 3/4in plywood plate in between my Basement studs then mounted the mount to it with bolts.I also use a safety wire that is a backup just incase their is a earthquake
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Just ordered the 8350 from Projector People. They did a little price matching and knocked a little bit off the Chief RPAU mount as well! I hope to have it by Friday!!!

Screen is all built and looks awesome...now I have to be patient for four/five days until my box gets here!

This projector will replace a Sanyo Z2000 from about three years ago. I know it will be a huge improvement.

What did they price match to? My sales guy won't go below $1,199.
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This projector will replace a Sanyo Z2000 from about three years ago. I know it will be a huge improvement.

I just made the same transistion.
It's not a huge jump from the Z2000 but the darker scenes are definitely more clear/brighter and the blacks look great.
Well worth the upgrade though considering the price.

The 8350 is also bigger in size compared to the Z2000.

*"117 screen from ~14.5 ft.

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It really amazes me that some people would spend 1000 bucks on a 46" tv when this is so much bigger and better.

you can get a 50" Plasma for $800 that is 1080P.

talk about exaggeration!

no light control or screen needed, etc....
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I just installed the 8350. And notice the picture on the screen taper at top and bottom. Does anyone know what cause that problem? Please help.
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I just installed the 8350. And notice the picture on the screen taper at top and bottom. Does anyone know what cause that problem? Please help.

Is your screen perfectly flat? If you had a bow in the middle of your screen you would see that.
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I just installed the 8350. And notice the picture on the screen taper at top and bottom. Does anyone know what cause that problem? Please help.

Not knowing what kind of screen it is doesn't help, but if it's at the top and the bottom maybe there is a bow toward the middle of the screen either on the screen or the wall? I haven't met a wall yet that doesn't have some kind of horrendous bow somewhere.
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Just ordered the 8350 from Projector People. They did a little price matching and knocked a little bit off the Chief RPAU mount as well! I hope to have it by Friday!!!

Screen is all built and looks awesome...now I have to be patient for four/five days until my box gets here!

This projector will replace a Sanyo Z2000 from about three years ago. I know it will be a huge improvement.

Just ordered the 8350 from Projector People as well. They wouldn't price match the HH Gregg deal, but he matched a vendor from the big internet auction site for $1,150 I'll take it!

Projector will be here Wednesday, shortly followed by the Onkyo HT-S5300 HTIB discounted to $399. Hoping this is a good combination for my bonus room. Any comments on the projector/speaker system will be appreciated!
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Would it be acceptable to use this ceiling mount and put 2 of the 4 screws in a stud and the other 2 in drywall anchors? Is that acceptable or should i go for the piece of wood anchored to the stud. OR.... (just thought of this im so slow) mount the wood square to a single stud using 2 screws then mount the mount to the piece of wood?

I plan on getting one of these two mounts.

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

Sorry for the newbie questions.
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Nothing technical to add. Just that some friends were amazed at the quality of this unit. We watched how to train your dragon.
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Is your screen perfectly flat? If you had a bow in the middle of your screen you would see that.

Yes, it is perfectly flat.
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Ok, I just ordered mine from projectorpeople at 1199. I'm really hesitant though after learning it has no motion interpretation though. I'll test it out and upgrade to the 8700 if the blur and jutter is too much to handle. After you become accustomed to motion smoothing on LCD TV's, it's hard to even watch movies at the theater anymore. I consider the best movie theater image to be far inferior to even low end HD LCD TV's these days.
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Would it be acceptable to use this ceiling mount and put 2 of the 4 screws in a stud and the other 2 in drywall anchors? Is that acceptable or should i go for the piece of wood anchored to the stud. OR.... (just thought of this im so slow) mount the wood square to a single stud using 2 screws then mount the mount to the piece of wood?

I plan on getting one of these two mounts.

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

Sorry for the newbie questions.

yes.. that's how i have it as well.. 2 screws into the stud and the other two on the drywall.. personally, i would be ok if only one screw made it into a stud..
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p.s. the mounts appear to be a bit small.. i got the omnimount from amazon for about 40 bucks inc. shipping.. very sturdy and fits very well
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Would it be acceptable to use this ceiling mount and put 2 of the 4 screws in a stud and the other 2 in drywall anchors? Is that acceptable or should i go for the piece of wood anchored to the stud. OR.... (just thought of this im so slow) mount the wood square to a single stud using 2 screws then mount the mount to the piece of wood?

I plan on getting one of these two mounts.

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

Sorry for the newbie questions.

You would need toe 4 hole one for sure as the projector has 4 mounting holes. Also, some have reported that the Monoprice mount doesn't spread wide enough and that they needed to add extension pieces. You might want to shop for another mount that is specifically aimed at the Epson series (try Amazon)

As far as mounting on the ceiling goes, it is OK to use 2 into the stud as long as you use the 2 diagonal holes (mount it in diamond configuration, instead of square.) Then use the drywall anchors for the 2 side ones. The ones in the stud will supply the strength, but the side ones will add stability to keep it from shaking.
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I consider the best movie theater image to be far inferior to even low end HD LCD TV's these days.

I don't think you've seen the best movie theater image then. You do realize they have more than twice the resolution than a home tv
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I don't think you've seen the best movie theater image then. You do realize they have more than twice the resolution than a home tv

They have to since the resolution is spread out approx 8-10 x the screen size..

There is simply no contest between the image quality of a 110" Screen getting hit with 1080p and 50K:1+ Contrast and that of a 300"+ screen getting hit with 2x / 3x HD Of course it looks good if it's a digital Production....that's why the best Theaters use such. But give up ever trying to show up a Uber Home Unit set up correctly and hitting on a decent Screen. T'aint a'gonna happen no more...no how.

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Couple of questions from a prospective buyer...

I'm looking at going with the 8350 and an Elite CineTension2 retractable 100" or 106" cinegrey 1.0 gain screen (going with a retractable because my kids still watch a lot of Nick and Disney and I don't want to consume that many hours of cartoons on the projector). We will have pretty good control on ambient lighting and the walls and ceiling are going to get a new coat of home theater room friendly paint. Room dimensions are 20.5' x 15' with the screen on one of the 15' walls and the projector mounted on a shelf on the opposite wall. So, it looks like it will be about 18' to 19' throw.

Q 1) Any thoughts on that combination of screen/projector? I'd like to go to a 120" screen, but projectorcentral's calculator says it's out of the optimal range for the image brightness once I bump it past ~107".

Q 2) Anyone know how big my projector shelf needs to be to account for the cables? I'll probably have the power supply, HDMI, computer monitor and the 12v trigger for the projector screen.
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you can get a 50" Plasma for $800 that is 1080P.

talk about exaggeration!

no light control or screen needed, etc....

No OT comparison needed either! But understand this...no 50" Plasma for $800.00 will be a 1 mil:1+ CR unit w/1080p AND 600hz Bus 720p....yeah.

And somehow...someway, even having to settle for some puny arse 100" diagonal image from a 3850 seems just a tid bit more exciting than the "TV" option....at any size or price point.

Fergitabowdit! Your Barkin' up the wrong Leg on this thread! ;P

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My present projector is mounted 10'6" from screen. It will be a major issue to move wires and mount. Will the 8350 project a good 106" picture at that distance?
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My present projector is mounted 10'6" from screen. It will be a major issue to move wires and mount. Will the 8350 project a good 106" picture at that distance?

Yes...you just barely make the cut. It will be a very Bright. dynamic image even on Low Lamp and calibrated for maximum Black levels.

But as I said...just barely. The Lens can be no closer than 10' 6" Period.

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So in your opinion I should spend the $150 to get dry wall guys in to fix holes when I move projector back to 15'. What is the perfect distance for this projector in a totally light controlled room?
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So in your opinion I should spend the $150 to get dry wall guys in to fix holes when I move projector back to 15'. What is the perfect distance for this projector in a totally light controlled room?

+1 on what everyone thinks is the ideal distance to screen for a 106" in a bat-cave as per above?

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I think that I am finally ready to order the 8350. I was looking at the 8700, but could not justify the additional expense (especially to the wife). Have people been happy with Projector People's prices and service?

So, if the top of the screen is ~ 36" from the ceiling (looking at a Seymour H100), where should I mount my projector and which mount? Has anyone used Projector Gear mounts? I think that i will need to figure out some sort of drop to accommodate the higher ceilings.

BTW, I am replacing an Optoma DV10 projector. It came with the projector, which is on an end-table, and a screen and mini-sub-woofer for $500 so, I got my money's worth out of it.

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Picked up my 8350 from HH Gregg last night. $1299-20%off-$10 email sign up coupon-$75 off $999.00 or more coupon = $955.

Ordered rj-45 ends, crimper, and HDMI extender from monoprice today to try and work with existing cat5e wires that were run by previous home owner,

Now just need to decide on a ceiling mount.

Can't wait to have this up and running.
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Will I get a good image on a 110 inch screen with the projector almost 13 feet away? My room is completely light controlled.
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So in your opinion I should spend the $150 to get dry wall guys in to fix holes when I move projector back to 15'. What is the perfect distance for this projector in a totally light controlled room?

No....You can move it back 1' so as to avoid opening up the Zoom all the way, but any further increase will only serve to lessen lumen/Fl performance.

Proper calibration along with Low Lamp0 mode should be all that is required.

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Have been using my 8350 for a week now, it was a replacement for my Optoma HD70. I have to say, right out of the box, the colors are better, the screen is brighter, the blacks are MUCH blacker, and it is easily viewable in my living room with muted daylight coming in the windows. The contrast ratio is crazy good, the colors seem to be perfect and the resolution mind-blowingly crisp. Watched Blue Ray Avatar on it first night. Stunning.

Only a few minor issues:
1- the thing is a beast. I've had smaller luggage. Did miniaturization technology take a giant leap backwards? I went ahead and mounted it on the same mounting from the HD70, and it hasnt come crashing down just yet. Waiting for a catastrophe.

2- Switching between channels that are HD vs non-HD channels, it takes just a tiny bit longer to re-adjust the image (internally), and I don't seem to find a setting to store different aspect ratios for different resolution inputs; so they all run essentially at native, which means your non-HD channels will show up much smaller.

3- the S-video input seems to be kinda buggy with our Wii. Some screens give it what appears to be white lines on the vertical edges of the screen, sometimes worse, some times better. Not a really big issue, but just curios what that might be caused by.
Overall, if you are reading this thread wondering whether or not to get one of these (I got mine from Vis Apex for 1199)- go for it! Just be sure to have something beefy to mount this monster to, or a coffee table or shelf strong enough to hold an anvil.

You should get the Monster Cables Component Cable for your Wii. I bought mine from Toys 'R' Us for around $40.00.
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