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Old 02-28-2015, 07:09 AM
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I just noticed Amazon has these today for 655...and on the same day I'm going to look at that other projector too. Decisions! Great price though.

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Others may have some, but while I was researching this projector I found these and saved them in case I buy it

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I'd just caution that if those settings were produced before the latest firmware was released they may actually do more harm than good based on what I read. My understanding is that the latest firmware is pretty calibrated out of the box. I am not saying it can't be improved, but I haven't run into any posted calibration settings for the latest firmware. I have a WOW disc I recently received but I haven't had time to use it yet.

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POP! My lamp just exploded. I think I was around the 2000 hour mark but really not sure.
I should be able to find out the hours after I get a new lamp. Hopefully soon as possible.
I was always in smart Eco mode too. I managed to put all those hours in about 8 months. I guess I drove it too hard. There was also the weird bug infestation a while back where several tiny gnats got in the lamp housing. I think it's possible that might have reduced the life.
Just ordered a new lamp from Amazon for 180 bucks. Should be here in less than a week.

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I'd just caution that if those settings were produced before the latest firmware was released they may actually do more harm than good based on what I read. My understanding is that the latest firmware is pretty calibrated out of the box. I am not saying it can't be improved, but I haven't run into any posted calibration settings for the latest firmware. I have a WOW disc I recently received but I haven't had time to use it yet.
What do you mean the latest firmware is pretty calibrated out of the box? You mean straight from the factory? Because when we upgrade the firmware ourselves, there's no change to the grayscale that I know of.
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I think the colors were a bit off on earlier firmware from what I have read.
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I think the colors were a bit off on earlier firmware from what I have read.
I've read before that each projector is calibrated individually before they're shipped out. If they are I'm not sure what a universal firmware would do to improve color balance?

If a firmware can improve color balance, then would we see that same improvement when we upgrade the firmware ourselves?
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Just installed the new lamp. Final total on old lamp was 1846 hours. Smart Eco.
Turned it back on and a new hair is blowing around on screen. Darn it I thought I had gotten all the broken glass, bugs and stuff out of the lamp housing. At lease nothing continues to rattle around when I turn it upside down and shake. So it's back into the lamp housing. Once it's cooled off is it ok to use a can of compressed air? I'm afraid of blowing any air around. But I did not see anything that might be causing this hair blowing around.
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Hello guys, need help/advice...i have this pj conected to my PC through HDMI, i sit around 3,2m from 130'' screen. Today i noticed on desktop background while standing close to the screen (0.3-0,5m) that there is slight sparkling/shimmering on some colours and curves of the textures. For example on the girls hair there are some spots where it is ,,sparkling''? Or the blue girls chin, there is a white spot that sparkles also a little bit. It is not noticeable from the distance 3.2m where i sit. I just want to know if this is normal or is a defect and if i should replace my unit as im in the replace window. Also on white colors like web page, etc. there is none of this ,,sparkling'' effect. What is this? Thank you!!
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Could be your screen. Most often this is an effect I see from screens, not from projectors. If you can, try putting a white piece of paper in front of whatever you are projecting onto and see if this continues to be the case, or if the effect goes away.

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It could also be your HDMI cable, try swapping it out.
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Could be your screen. Most often this is an effect I see from screens, not from projectors. If you can, try putting a white piece of paper in front of whatever you are projecting onto and see if this continues to be the case, or if the effect goes away.
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It could also be your HDMI cable, try swapping it out.
I tried to put a paper in front of the projection and it was there. I dont know how to explain, it is like dithering/shimmering. It is not present always, only on some backgrounds, where there is a lot of dark content/colors? I added a wallpaper where the shimmer is visible. I need to stand close to the screen (around 0.2-0.3m) to notice it, it is not visible from my 3.2m viewing distance. Would be great if someone with W1070/W1080ST could put this wallpaper as desktop background and inspect from up close. Could this be normal image noise? From reading DLP projectors have image noise/mosquito noise, could this be the phenomenon i am experiencing? I read few reviews and wonder if this sparkling that i notice on some colors (most of the shimmering is on dark colors, it looks like film grain on the spots where it occurs?) is image noise? For example on a review of W1080ST the reviewer writes: There’s always noise, it’s just that the W1080ST seems to have a touch less. - See more at: http://www.projectorreviews.com/benq...e/#image-noise

Could this be the phenomenon i am experiencing? Or is it something else? it is not visible from 1.5-2+ meters, just from up close, with head on the projected image. On bright colors and backgrounds there is much less of this issue, maybe up to 5percent of the total projection, but on dark colors and backgrounds as is the wallpaper i attached it is visible much more. Ofcourse nobody watches anything on PJ from 0.2m, but as i say, it is something i noticed while walking past the projection screen and wonder if it is a defect or is just normal image noise. This is also my third W1070, the first one had rattling fan, second one didnt focus well(couldnt get focus in the middle and at the same time in one corner, could only do a compromise between the two), third one doesnt have rattle, focuses pretty good(one corner is not 100percent sharp, but it is ok, and i cant expect 100percent sharpness on all the corners and middle at this price point, i think? could hear ur opinion about this also), but... there is one transparent circular spot @ the pure black screen, maybe a dust inside the lenses, anyway it is almost invisible even on pure black screen.

I'd really like to settle down with exchanging the PJs and just enjoy what it gives, its just i dont know now if this ,,shimmering'' is normal phenomenon or a defect and if i should return the unit.

Thank you very much for hearing me and supporting me in this matter.
I added a video of this also. Don't mind the ,,blinking'' and rainbows that my phone pick up, they are not visible IRL, only the ,,sparkling/shimmering'' from up close. Here is the link for the video: https://vid.me/fmtq

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What source are you feeding the projector?

It does sound like normal noise to me, but it shouldn't be very strong and if you don't notice it during normal usage, I wouldn't worry about it. But, I must say I haven't looked for that type of noise myself with my W1070 and haven't seen it.

A poor quality source may have something in it, so you want to be sure you are using a high quality source.

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Will anyone share some calibrated 3D settings with me? I lost mine in a firmware upgrade and can't remember where I first saw them ... BenQ's default 3D is just awful.
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What source are you feeding the projector?

It does sound like normal noise to me, but it shouldn't be very strong and if you don't notice it during normal usage, I wouldn't worry about it. But, I must say I haven't looked for that type of noise myself with my W1070 and haven't seen it.

A poor quality source may have something in it, so you want to be sure you are using a high quality source.
The projector is connected to my PC through 10m HDMI cable : https://www.alzashop.com/hdmi-v1-4-p...0m-d219650.htm . Could you/or someone else open up menu on the PJ and go close to the screen (approx. 0.2m) and check individual pixels if there is some shimmering/sparkling/noise on few spots? If yes, then it is the same thing i am experiencing and may be normal noise, if the menu is totally clear from up close, then something is wrong on my side. Thank you!!
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can we keep those example pics coming? a few more like that and we may get closer to a diagnosis. : )
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Might seem like a silly question. But would you rather buy a new benq vs a used JVC rs1? Still new an learning. The projector would be 11 feet from the screen, furthest back I can put it. Thinking a 106 or 110in screen.
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Thinking of picking one of these up for our Theater at church. Question about brightness, I was playing with Projector Centrals calculator and the distance from the screen is showing about a 22 in brighness, is this a concern? High chance it will be run in ecomode as well. Thanks
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BenQ W1070 : DLP Full HD, 3D Ready with lens-shift for 1000$

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Thinking of picking one of these up for our Theater at church. Question about brightness, I was playing with Projector Centrals calculator and the distance from the screen is showing about a 22 in brighness, is this a concern? High chance it will be run in ecomode as well. Thanks

There's a lot of brightness under the hood for this class of projector.

If your room is reasonably well light-controlled, you should have no problems driving a 110" (or so) diagonal screen in Eco. (I'm driving a 127" with good results in Eco; no screen gain - but that's without any ambient light).

If you want to go even bigger (or want to watch in some ambient light - which is something we do), then swapping over to SmartEco should give you a significantly longer lamp life than Normal mode, at roughly the same level of brightness as Normal mode. Like that, you could drive a screen of 150" or more in proper light control.

So unless you're battling daylight (or a lot of ambient light) - or want an absolutely gigantic screen, you shouldn't have problems with brightness.

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The projector is connected to my PC through 10m HDMI cable : https://www.alzashop.com/hdmi-v1-4-p...0m-d219650.htm . Could you/or someone else open up menu on the PJ and go close to the screen (approx. 0.2m) and check individual pixels if there is some shimmering/sparkling/noise on few spots? If yes, then it is the same thing i am experiencing and may be normal noise, if the menu is totally clear from up close, then something is wrong on my side. Thank you!!

Darker pixels on mine do what you describe where a fixed level of color slightly fluctuates brighter and dimmer: this (to the best of my knowledge) is standard DLP ('mosquito') noise. It's not visible unless you're right up to the screen, right? (Picture perfect from seating distance?). If so, then yeah, not a cause for concern.

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There's a lot of brightness under the hood for this class of projector.

If your room is reasonably well light-controlled, you should have no problems driving a 110" (or so) diagonal screen in Eco. (I'm driving a 127" with good results in Eco; no screen gain - but that's without any ambient light).

If you want to go even bigger (or want to watch in some ambient light - which is something we do), then swapping over to SmartEco should give you a significantly longer lamp life than Normal mode, at roughly the same level of brightness as Normal mode. Like that, you could drive a screen of 150" or more in proper light control.

So unless you're battling daylight (or a lot of ambient light) - or want an absolutely gigantic screen, you shouldn't have problems with brightness.
Its an interior room, only light is from projector and crack under door. The room currently has a 92 wide screen, but am thinking of getting a little bit bigger one and moving the old one to a different room, so that information is helpful. Thank you.
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Will anyone share some calibrated 3D settings with me? I lost mine in a firmware upgrade and can't remember where I first saw them ... BenQ's default 3D is just awful.
These are the settings for the 1070 that I used for my on my 1080st and thought it really improved the 3d picture.

http://www.soundandvision.com/conten...ector-settings

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I have 5500 hours on my lamp and its still going
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can we keep those example pics coming? a few more like that and we may get closer to a diagnosis. : )
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Darker pixels on mine do what you describe where a fixed level of color slightly fluctuates brighter and dimmer: this (to the best of my knowledge) is standard DLP ('mosquito') noise. It's not visible unless you're right up to the screen, right? (Picture perfect from seating distance?). If so, then yeah, not a cause for concern.
Yeah, mine does the same, i uploaded another video of this ,,image noise", it is not noticeable from my normal viewing distance,i just wanted to know if this is normal. This is my third w1070, the first one had rattling fan, second one didnt focus well, the third one doesnt rattle, but has one dust blob visible only on pure black screen up in the middle, also i noticed that left down corner doesnt focus 100percent as the rest of the screen, it is a bit softer than the rest, but only a little, maybe 5-10percent softer. I wonder if i should get it replaced again or keep it. Here is the video of the noise: https://vid.me/ftKq Thank you!
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I have 5500 hours on my lamp and its still going
What's the avg it should last?
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The mosquito noise is called dithering.
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Yeah, mine does the same, i uploaded another video of this ,,image noise", it is not noticeable from my normal viewing distance,i just wanted to know if this is normal. This is my third w1070, the first one had rattling fan, second one didnt focus well, the third one doesnt rattle, but has one dust blob visible only on pure black screen up in the middle, also i noticed that left down corner doesnt focus 100percent as the rest of the screen, it is a bit softer than the rest, but only a little, maybe 5-10percent softer. I wonder if i should get it replaced again or keep it. Here is the video of the noise: https://vid.me/ftKq Thank you!
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The mosquito noise is called dithering.
With video I believe it's actually called false contouring.



But, mosquito noise isn't always an issue of false contouring. It could just be the video card trying to resolve highlights through the processing engine and not getting things accurate. Cheap projectors with cheap processing that still look darn good. Works for me.

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hello everyone,

anyone have any idea about what cause this issue in the photo attached.
colors are different and you can see two colors in the guy face.
I'm having the same issue with my brand new 1075. Anyone know what is the cause.
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Don't know how to attach the photo manowar31 posted. I'm referring to his post #10972 on page #366 .
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New benq vs used JVC rs1? Throw would be 11ft and image around the 110 range. I have had my eye on the benq for a while now, but I could get the mvc for cheaper, not sure if its worth it or if it would even work.
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