One of the issues with this sentiment is that typically the chips aren't off whole/half/quarter pixels across the entire image. A lot of times you'll see, for example, the image is basically perfectly converged in the middle but off by a quarter/half/whole pixel on one of the sides of the image. Having physical control of the convergence does not mean you'll likely be able to get perfect convergence across the entire image. Temperature of the chip (expanding and contracting), vibrations, and other things can move/warp the DMDs and cause these odd misconvergences that are localized to one side or portion of the image. Unless the convergence is WAY off having phyiscal control of the convergence is next to pointless and one expensive machines like this you typically see pretty good factory set convergence. If it is off by more than a pixel I'd recommend replacing it while you're still inside that time frame to do so.
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I'm still enjoying watching my Lumis even though I've spent some time also watching my VW600. Motion definitely looks better to me on the Lumis !
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I still need to rub my eyes sometimes watching the Superlumis. It is so good that I just can´t believe it... And yes, motion is absolutely superb on the SIM2 projectors, in general actually. Even the entry models are quite good at that.
I agree with you Armand07 as I also have the Sim2 SuperLumis. The picture it produces is phenomenal and its 3D rendering can't be beat. This unit was the perfect answer for me since I went with a 12ft screen and love 3D as well as 2D and needed the brightness.