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post #991 of 9049 Old 10-30-2010, 07:14 PM
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Hey BlackOut - post some pics from your movies (hacked G) - interested to see what it looks like for quality....
Perhaps I should pick one up for videos......
Can you send me the linky on the hack?

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For whatever reason it won't let me post links. I guess I need three posts? So this is number 2? Ummm.. I'll post the link in the next post.

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Check out SKB cases at Guitar Center or other large music stores in your area. You should be able to find something between $100-200.
A mixer style case may work best but take a look at any of them that will accommodate the size and pick the one that suites your needs.

*Make sure you know the exact dimensions of the projector so you get a case a little oversized for padding.

Thanks. I have a guitar center on 14th street in Manhattan I'll hit up.

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Oh, and for the other person who wanted the link to hacked GH1 footage, here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO_h_Irqn_4&fmt=37

Make sure to full screen it!

Thats 1080p youtube so there is some quality loss from youtube but I promise you it's the best youtube encode you ever saw! You can't imagine how great the 25 mbit master looks on the projector.

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ive been on this forum on and off for years
im thinking of getting into projector for the theatre room. right now its an led lg 40"
i was checking on panasonic ae4000u and wondering if anyone had that to compare with the epson.
i read reviews saying that they are pretty close but panasonic is still ahead mostly due to the auto adjusting of the aspect ratio etc
and finally, where in canada can you get the epson one from retail...im in toronto

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I finally got my 9350. I had a few questions though. Is it normal for my input signal to show up as component if I'm using HDMI? Also, how come the black letterbox bars look very gray?
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Just got my 112" screen in! Know one ever buys GrandView Screens... A rare gem in the wild. Look at that packaging, know more tiny little elite box that the frame comes in 6 pieces crap.

Congrats on the new screen. That size would be ideal for me, but motorised screens (a must for me) are so difficult to get in anything other than 106" and 120" affordably, it seems.
Also, congrats on misspelling a two letter word twice - it's "no". I wish I had my 8350 and 120" screen already so I could be THAT excited too.
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Oh, and for the other person who wanted the link to hacked GH1 footage, here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO_h_Irqn_4&fmt=37

Make sure to full screen it!

Thats 1080p youtube so there is some quality loss from youtube but I promise you it's the best youtube encode you ever saw! You can't imagine how great the 25 mbit master looks on the projector.

- Blackout

Okay, i'm a sceptic, but you were NOT exaggerating. The textures on the dog's tongue were extremely detailed, just as one of many examples. Great job.
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ive been on this forum on and off for years
im thinking of getting into projector for the theatre room. right now its an led lg 40"
i was checking on panasonic ae4000u and wondering if anyone had that to compare with the epson.
i read reviews saying that they are pretty close but panasonic is still ahead mostly due to the auto adjusting of the aspect ratio etc
and finally, where in canada can you get the epson one from retail...im in toronto

There is a thread in this very forum about buying an 8350 in Canada. You may have more luck there. Eastporters.com and Quebecacoustic(s) are two popular online retailers so far.
Personally, I think I'm going to get one from Cleveland Plasma and have it shipped to the US-Canada border using my bordermail.us account. I can then drive the 45 mins or so each way, pick it up, pay my taxes on it and save at least $200. Epson has stated that the warranty is valid in Canada on US bought projectors, so why not?
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I own the JVC RS1 projector for about 3 years now. I would like to know if buying the 8350 can be considered an upgrade and why. I assume that some of you have first hand experience with the JVCs, so your comments will be greatly apreciated. Thanks in advance.
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You could consider it an upgrade in color reproduction, sharpness and brightness as well. But it will be a downgrade in Black Levels. Even though the contrast rating on this unit is 50K:1, it's black levels are still not equal to the original Epson 1080UB (which had the same contrast rating), let alone the RS1.

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My wife and I built our movie room, HT in 1986. Yes, it was a projectora very BIG and expensive projector. The room has been in a constant state of evolution ever since. We now enjoy our 8350; it replaced a Panasonic AU900 and made a huge improvement in overall picture quality. Now a question, the Panasonic when turned off ran the fan on high to cool off for about two minutes. The Epson cool off time (with light blinking) is VERY short. Has this been everyone's experience with this unit?
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My wife and I built our movie room, HT in 1986. Yes, it was a projectora very BIG and expensive projector. The room has been in a constant state of evolution ever since. We now enjoy our 8350; it replaced a Panasonic AU900 and made a huge improvement in overall picture quality. Now a question, the Panasonic when turned off ran the fan on high to cool off for about two minutes. The Epson cool off time (with light blinking) is VERY short. Has this been everyone's experience with this unit?


Don't worry...that's normal. More effective cooling during operational mode means less time needed for cooling down at shut-off.

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I've heard that after the first 50 hours of use, the picture quality improves. Is this true? If it is true, how much of a difference is there with the picture quality after those first 50 hours?
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Looking forward to getting my 8350. I bought an 8100 several months ago and had some problems. After going back and forth with Epson they agreed to send me a new one...but they kept shipping my refurbs which I didnt want. I got a voice mail the other day saying they are out of new 8100 for replacements so they are sending me an new 8350.

What started out as a problem to which I had to make 4 trips to Fed Ex to return projectors they made it right. Im hoping it comes in the next couple of days.

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How well does the 12v trigger work on the 8350? Plan on sending it to a motorized screen. Any problems with a triger line that will be 40+ feet?
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Looking forward to getting my 8350. I bought an 8100 several months ago and had some problems. After going back and forth with Epson they agreed to send me a new one...but they kept shipping my refurbs which I didnt want. I got a voice mail the other day saying they are out of new 8100 for replacements so they are sending me an new 8350.

What started out as a problem to which I had to make 4 trips to Fed Ex to return projectors they made it right. Im hoping it comes in the next couple of days.

You Sir...just received a Boon. The 8350 is a 8100 made to be appreciably "Mo Bedder".

I'm sure we'll be seeing another post from you on this thread PDQ! Just try to not be too embarrassingly profuse in your adoration.

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How well does the 12v trigger work on the 8350? Plan on sending it to a motorized screen. Any problems with a triger line that will be 40+ feet?

Seems to work just fine using a 50'er in one particular recent installation. Just use a good grade of shielded Line and good Mini-Plugs.


I feel the Earth move....over my head...???


I just got an email from a recent convert to the 8350 who has a large Home Theater (12 Seats ) with a 6 SVS Sub system that literally can move you about. He stated he thought the H&V lens shift was allowing the PJ's Lens to shift downward 4" to 6" whenever he played a Movie with exceptionally heavy Bass ( Iron Man 2 - LOTRROTK - Prince of Persia ...ergaaaah!... )

Now although I suggested his Ceiling-Mounted 8350's Chief RPA 168 Mount simply needing tightening, I'd thought I broach this subject here amongst other 8350 owners.

Anybody experiencing anything similar during passages that contain extremely high LFE Bass SPLs?

Thanks for any responses in advance.

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Jvc owners have had similar issue and it was solved by putting the packing foam back around the lens. Was more of a vibrating problem. Not sure if something similar would work - something to simply hold it in place. Alternatively are the subs shaking the ceiling? Put them on "platforms" if that is the case to minimize direct vibrations from them.

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And the problem is only with lens shift? The pj did not go out of focus?

I remember that the 8100 had a defocusing issue too.

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Im debating and need advice on the above 8350 projector for my room size

height is 8' and width is 10'
the length of room to where seating is 16feet.

from calculators online, i was recommended 120inches screen

just wondering what your thoughts are.
this is my first time with a projector
thanks

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I saw a couple of notes about the Chief RPU .. anyone using this mount with the 8350? I have an RPA mount from my old setup and only need the custom plate (SLB168); however its a week or two to get the plate vs. the RPU plate (SLB RPU)delivered in one day for $90 (thank you amazon prime).

Ol' Miss .. I know 168 mo' betta .. but don't want to wait two weeks and can't source anything locally.
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Ol' Miss .. I know 168 mo' betta .. but don't want to wait two weeks and can't source anything locally.

Well 'dats just Ok and allrighty then....

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I was thinking it would be able to do the same downward angle like a DLP does.... Can anybody care to help out with the projector placement. I have my mount ready to go at 10" from the ceiling and my <108" screen is ready to go as well about 15-20"(top of the screen) from the ceiling.

I am just going to give in and order from VisualApex, I just can't wait to get this thing.... Just give me the okay on the projector placement so I can order it .

You can't angle the Epson. Mount flat with level an use lens shift to dial in the screen. You can be roughly 90 pct above / below screen height!
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Im debating and need advice on the above 8350 projector for my room size

height is 8' and width is 10'
the length of room to where seating is 16feet.

from calculators online, i was recommended 120inches screen

just wondering what your thoughts are.
this is my first time with a projector
thanks

I would strongly recommend using a screen closer to 100inches with any projector in this price point! Brightness is a top priority before anything else.
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THANKS MississippiMan, great feedback.

I currently have the old pj on the coffee table, and haven't had any issues to date, and would consider it in the future if the benefit of being closer to the screen (aka 13' vs. 20') was considerable, being single, the room doesn't get a lot of visitors but I do get concerned when the g-children visit, so, it will go on a shelf in the back of the room. BTW, the ceiling is out of the question because of the ceiling fan in the room.

I'll jump on WorstBuy and see what Sony Blu Ray players they have in stock, and get that purchased also. Thanks again.

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Every thing good I have heard about this pj has been spot on.I have it hitting a light grey wall 130 inches,replacing an Epson cinema 400. This thing is soooo coooll. For the money its such a steal.

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I would strongly recommend using a screen closer to 100inches with any projector in this price point! Brightness is a top priority before anything else.

Look through the threads. The 8350 is bright at 120" under most reasonable lighting conditions. This ain't your fathers projector.
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Im debating and need advice on the above 8350 projector for my room size

height is 8' and width is 10'
the length of room to where seating is 16feet.

from calculators online, i was recommended 120inches screen

just wondering what your thoughts are.
this is my first time with a projector
thanks

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I would strongly recommend using a screen closer to 100inches with any projector in this price point! Brightness is a top priority before anything else.

Poor advice.

120" would be terrific.

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I received my 8350 on Friday afternoon. I spent part of Saturday finishing my speaker wiring and going to Home Depot to buy some threaded pipe for hanging the projector.

Sunday saw my projector officially turned on! At first I was a bit concerned because the picture just looked "okay"...even in Dynamic mode. I noticed that everything was in 480P...what the heck?!! Then I realized that the DTV receiver had not been correctly configured...a few minutes later and we are watching football in 1080i! It looked great! I was in heaven for sure.

I continued watching for a couple of hours and again started getting concerned. This picture just did not look as bright as my old Sanyo Z2000. I thought this baby was supposed to be bright! The picture was nice...but just a tad darker than I expected. I grabbed the 8350 remote and took a peak...then found that when the HD picture was sent from the DTV receiver, the color mode on the 8350 switched from Dynamic to Natural. That was the AHA moment! I quickly switched the mode over to Dynamic and almost burned my retinas!! Holy freaking WOW! After about 30 seconds of intense pleasure, I had to switch over to Living Room mode...just to save my eyes! Actually, Dynamic as a bit too bright right now...the whites from the sidelines on the field were blinding...I am sure I need to do a bit of adjustments. I will take a look at Arts settings when I get home tonight.

But WOW...what a projector! I am projecting onto a 110" Silver Fire screen (if you don't know what that is, check out the DIY Screen Forum) from about 12' away. The picture is so crisp and clear, I can see the digital noise from the DTV feed! I can't wait to throw a Blu-Ray in when it arrives from Netflix!

Thanks for all the reviews and conversation in this thread...I am a VERY happy camper right now.
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