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Sorry to say, but with the firmwareupdate you will loose all your settings and calibrations, you cannot store it; you have to note it;

on the other way I would recommend a new calibration. Firmwareupdate will also affect the videoprocessing. Settings based on the older firmware are often not okay with the new firmware

But doing the settings and the calibration new with the LUMIS running on the latest firmware, you will win in a better picture
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Which firmware version are you talking about?


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SETTING UP IP ON THE LUMIS

SEt up a static IP address but when I go to the Lumis web page (typing in the IP address), it immediately asks for a USERNAME and PASSWORD.

I have no idea... What is the default USERNAME/PASSWORD???

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EDIT: I set the password but no idea on the USER NAME (no info in the manual). Can ping it so I know it's trying ro talk to me!!!


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Nobody has set up an IP protocol??


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You da man! My dynamic iris had become so bad, I had to disengage it.

I have watched 3-4 movies since following your Dynamic Iris fix protocol (above) and my dynamic iris is fixed!!!

No issues what so ever. I actually forgot it was broken and had to check my menu just to see if I even had Dynamic Iris engaged.. I did!

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Bland, what year is that Pinot? Sounds tasty.

BTW, anyone change out their bulb yet? I'm going on 2k+ hrs. with no complaints
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'06. But all years are generally very good! Savoya ideally as I haven't tasted from their other vineyard.


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BTW, anyone change out their bulb yet? I'm going on 2k+ hrs. with no complaints

Changed my bulb at a little over 1900 hours and I'm keeping it as an emergency backup just in case...
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Was the new bulb a big improvement? I've been running on lowest power and wonder if that's preserved life somehow as it does not seem dim at all. Although everything still looks awesome, I subjectively do not experience the punch and slam that I recall when the Lumis was first installed. Not sure if this is because I'm just used to it now or it's bulb changing time. Upping the bulb power doesn't seem to do much and it was calibrated for me awesomely in March at lowest bulb setting by umr for 15ftL.

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Was the new bulb a big improvement? I've been running on lowest power and wonder if that's preserved life somehow as it does not seem dim at all. Although everything still looks awesome, I subjectively do not experience the punch and slam that I recall when the Lumis was first installed. Not sure if this is because I'm just used to it now or it's bulb changing time. Upping the bulb power doesn't seem to do much and it was calibrated for me awesomely in March at lowest bulb setting by umr for 15ftL.

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To my pleasant surprise, I noticed very little difference with the new bulb (unlike previous non-Sim projectors where the new bulb made a major difference). I ran the previous bulb (and this one) on the lowest setting at all times. I agree that upping the power on the bulb doesn't seem to change much. So I continue to be thrilled with the Lumis' performance.
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I recently had SIM2 change my bulb while my Lumis was in for a hardware and firmware upgrade ( I had a very early Lumis and couldn't upgrade the firmware without a physical hardware upgrade, which was free ). I always suspected that my original bulb wasn't as bright as some others, and the fact that I had the firmware freeze up problem when accessing the on screen menu, which meant I had to cut power to turn off the projector, probably didn't help the bulb either.

No more menu freeze ups, and it's a nice freak'n 22+ foot lamberts at it's lowest setting - just the way I like it. Hopefully I'll get 2000 hours out of this bulb !!

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What is the name of the connector type used in the HOST Trigger jacks?!

My wiring has come loose and it is nearly impossible for me to solidly connect it to the 2.5mm Mini Audio Jack on my Cineslide?

Anyone make a cable with this unknown connector and a 2.5mm mini mono audio jack?


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If it's loose you need to pull it out. You don't want to short that output and kill the circuit inside the host. I'll fix it for you if you have the Sim2 jack end. Answered the PM.


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If you have not figured it out yet, I believe it is a "M" type power connector. I found some at Radio Shack to make my trigger cables. I don't know why they cant use the standard 3.5mm connector that everyone else uses. That goes for you too Scott
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If you have not figured it out yet, I believe it is a "M" type power connector. I found some at Radio Shack to make my trigger cables. I don't know why they cant use the standard 3.5mm connector that everyone else uses. That goes for you too Scott

That's it! I assume you soldered it. The wires on my 2.5 mini jack are incredible thin - too tough for me... Fortunately, Scott is going to give me a hand.



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If you have not figured it out yet, I believe it is a "M" type power connector. I found some at Radio Shack to make my trigger cables. I don't know why they cant use the standard 3.5mm connector that everyone else uses. That goes for you too Scott

I know, I know, sorry . Mine are 2.5 becasue that's all the room I had on the PCB to get the little buggers in there. I had to get (2) trigers, a power plug, and (2) RS232 ports(done via a single RJ45 to save real estate), onto about 2.something inches width leaving room for mechanicals, harnesses, and a rear cover. There was no room to spare. Sim2 doesn't have such an excuse in a host box anyway . I considered changing mine to 3.5 but that would mean a new main PCB and thus a new CE and FCC compliance test would be required. About $14,000, if you pass. Unless the ecomony picked WAY up, 2.5mm they stay. But we stock them and provide them reasonably when requested, with nice moulded cables.


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That's it! I assume you soldered it. The wires on my 2.5 mini jack are incredible thin - too tough for me... Fortunately, Scott is going to give me a hand.

The thinnest thing I ever hand soldered was a SDI Mod I did to my Denon DVD player. Had to solder tiny wires to an on board chip so small I needed magnifying glasses to see it's legs! That was nerve racking. But it worked. I LOVE that player. Wish everything was SDI. What a fabulous interface in every way. I don't know what DA thought up HDMI. I dislike every thing about it. But I digress...


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That's it! I assume you soldered it. The wires on my 2.5 mini jack are incredible thin - too tough for me... Fortunately, Scott is going to give me a hand.

Yes, I soldered it, but I suck at soldering too. I have already had to redo one of them once. If I don't disturb them too much, I'm ok.
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If you weren't already, the way to solder them is to use a liquid flux (pen). The flux allows the solder to stick to the metal of the jack without having to get it so hot you melt the wire insulation.


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NETWORK CONTROL BY IP LUMIS UPDATE:

At CEDIA today.

1. Spoke to SIM2 Engineers today. There is no LAN / IP control of the Lumis / Host. Newer models will do it but the Network control in the Lumis menu is only for the Calibration software.

2. For Iris Pumping: reload the latest software and to CM's ON/OFF regimen.


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Noticed cross-hatch (internal pattern) is clipped on the bottom 1 ft of the screen while the other internal pattern that highlights the edges fills the 16:9 screen perfectly.

Is this the way that crosshatch pattern is?

Took a couple photos... Sorry about the less than crisp photo!

I would reload the firmware. Anyone have 3.14.16 and the loader software to send me? almightyblando@hotmail.com

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Sent it your way. Never seen what you are describing though.
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Everything else is fine. Bug of some sort.


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New LUMIS firmware: 3.14.52


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New LUMIS firmware: 3.14.52

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I hope everyone is still enjoying their Lumis as much as we are. After watching I Am Legend and Avatar ( both really fine looking Blu Rays IMO ) this weekend with friends, I was reminded of just how stunning a really great High Def movie ( or TV show for that matter ) can look on the Lumis !!!

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I hope everyone is still enjoying their Lumis as much as we are. After watching I Am Legend and Avatar ( both really fine looking Blu Rays IMO ) this weekend with friends, I was reminded of just how stunning a really great High Def movie ( or TV show for that matter ) can look on the Lumis !!!

Still smokin' here. Watched some sport today on an 11ft wide screen at 28fL and still had some lamp power to kick upto well over 30 if needed.

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Mine, too. Looks great! My only complaint is some movies trip the dynamic Iris. I have to reset it on occasion. Just watched Last of the Mohicans, an incredibly dark film shot mostly in low light. The dynamic iris had a tough time with it. Switched it off and all was excellent. I am starting to think that though the dynamic iris is good for most movies, it is not for all movies..


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I am starting to think that though the dynamic iris is good for most movies, it is not for all movies..

I think your correct. Funny though, both those last two movies looked outstanding and the DI was totally invisible. The Blind Side - not so good with the DI on. What gives? I wonder if the engineers that design and build the things even know?

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