Originally Posted by D6500Ken
Just set the picture parameters where you want them, call up the Memories list, scroll to the one you want, then press left cursor to enter store mode.
Also, both memories and inputs can be renamed. I usually assign the input and memory the same name. The on-screen display will then show confirmation that the correct memory is selected for the source.
Thanks Ken, that Input and Memory name the same is a good idea.
A few thoughts after 3 weeks with the Lumis:
1. Vertical / mechanical lens shift is not as great as I would've hope for.. You have to have the Lumis pretty close to the top of the screen and not much on top if it (like I do). My Lumis is 8"-9" above my screen and I am getting a bit of keystoning at the lower left and right masks... (1.5" on wither side when in scope mode). I tried the electronic keystone controls and they really play havoc with the test patterns but looked OK on movie material. There electronic keystoning was better than Sony's but the Qualia had greater mechanical vertical lens shift. I may move my projector down.. but that will require a bit of minor surgery.
2. You cannot save 'Dynamic Black On or Off' into a Memory.. It is always enabled or disabled depending on where it was last at last viewing session. I tried to save it as ON in one memory and OFF in another but it would not work.
3. Very bright. I have much more punch than my Sony. I run it in lowest lamp for 16:9 and 250W for 2.35 and HDTV. ANd the blacks are very, very deep. I really get some nice fades to black which I have yet to see in any digital projector.
4. I put in Bug's life and was shocked at the detail in blacks, colors.. everything. Best picture I have ever seen.
5. HOST is a bit sluggish at times but is reliable.
So far so good. Very pleased with the picture.