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post #181 of 712 Old 01-24-2010, 02:00 PM
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Does not seem to output dual dvi 12 bit, Donald. Neither does Gefen's DCI scaler.

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Like I said I was interested in another product the 310 wich is a little blending box, so only noticed the name that suggested it might fit the bill.
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I have the Calibre PremierViewProHD. Single DVI but it does output 10 bit and it puts consumer VPs to shame with its picture. Very clean image. It does have a few bugs that they have yet to addressed. These are in the +6k price range.
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When are we going to see ITC Vida chip based processors?
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Well good news so far, just swapped projectors, 1080P24 issue is fully resolved, perfect 1080P24 playback, more tests to follow
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I sent my congratulations to DPI.
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Everything is great, Convergence is spot on less than 1/8 out in center, 1080P24 issue resolved.

Only seeing one issue, my Radiance XD and the DVI input of the Titan are having some sync issues. I did not have this with the prior Titan but then again the electronics/processing have been changed. Remember I am using DVI Gear Fiber Optic cables so it is not a cable issue. Probably the new electronics are more sensitive.

I will need to play around with repeaters and extenders to resolve the situation. I may need to upgrade to the Radiance XE which has 1.3 HDMI drivers vs the XD which has 1.1. Jim Peterson of Lumagen has been very helpfull
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That is amazing to achieve that kind of convergence with such a short throw lens in that TI platform, I was beginning to doubt it could be achievable due to lens flare, so that is a big positive. The Radiance 1.3 upgrade sounds like a good solution.
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The Board swap to convert an XD to XE is not too difficult. We also found that 1.3 products worked more consistently with a DPI Titan HD 1080p.
Sounds like you have a winner! Enjoy!
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Yes indeed just upgrade to Radiance XE, DVI syncs perfectly and is now rock solid, the HDMI 1.3 driver is needed with the Titan series DVI. So at this point the Titan is perfect in all ways.

Jim Peterson was very helpful and generous in his upgrade price and process
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Yes indeed just upgrade to Radiance XE, DVI syncs perfectly and is now rock solid, the HDMI 1.3 driver is needed with the Titan series DVI. So at this point the Titan is perfect in all ways.

Jim Peterson was very helpful and generous in his upgrade price and process


My XE upgrade was completed Thursday and is on its way back.

Lumagen is a great company to work with.

Just waiting for DPI to send out my Titan Reference.

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Yes indeed just upgrade to Radiance XE, DVI syncs perfectly and is now rock solid, the HDMI 1.3 driver is needed with the Titan series DVI. So at this point the Titan is perfect in all ways.

Jim Peterson was very helpful and generous in his upgrade price and process

Congrats Lon! You seem to be very satisfied with the overall performance now!
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Thanks Norman, it has finally all come together. I should be set until we see 4000 lumen LED DLP, with servo lens memory
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My XE upgrade was completed Thursday and is on its way back.

Lumagen is a great company to work with.

Just waiting for DPI to send out my Titan Reference.

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Congratulations Jim, I'm glad you pulled the trigger. The Lumagen XE works like a charm with the Titan
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1)Over/Under of people asking how big my screen is 15
2)Over/Under of people asking about porn on my screen 22
3)Which question will be asked first 1 or 2 - (2) 5:1 favorite
4)Over Under Number of people asking to see porn instead of halftime show 22
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NFL Superbowl Props:

1)Over/Under of people asking how big my screen is 15
2)Over/Under of people asking about porn on my screen 22
3)Which question will be asked first 1 or 2 - (2) 5:1 favorite
4)Over Under Number of people asking to see porn instead of halftime show 22



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LJG or Cinermax,

I ordered a Titan Ref 3D today. I was told that it comes standard set at 4000 lumens, but can be customized anywhere between 4000 and 8000.

How does the Titan Ref 3D differ from the Ultra Contrast 3D?

I am using a 170" wide Scope screen but am looking at changing that out for a 170" wide 2.0 4 way masking SMX.

Do i need to customized it for higher brightness, thinking 6000 lumens? What is the trade off with Contrast?

Expecting to take delivery the 2nd week in April.

Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
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LJG or Cinermax,

I ordered a Titan Ref 3D today. I was told that it comes standard set at 4000 lumens, but can be customized anywhere between 4000 and 8000.

How does the Titan Ref 3D differ from the Ultra Contrast 3D?

I am using a 170" wide Scope screen but am looking at changing that out for a 170" wide 2.0 4 way masking SMX.

Do i need to customized it for higher brightness, thinking 6000 lumens? What is the trade off with Contrast?

Expecting to take delivery the 2nd week in April.

Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.

Congrats C

If you want 3-D I would want 6k lumens, you will have to divide that by 4.5 to get the actual once wearing glasses.

BTW the glasses to get:

Reald Crystal Eyes 4.

Maybe DPI can sell em to ya.
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I would think the range of lumen 4000-8000 corresponds directly with the contrast ratio offered, visa vee the fixed aperture.

Without the fixed aperture, full lumen output of 8000 can be reached but the on/off would be limited to around 2000-2500:1.

With the fixed aperture choking down the lumen output to 4000 the on/off is increased to 5000-5500:1 on off.

So depending on the iris setting of the fixed aperture lumen output can range from 4000-8000, but at a cost to the on/off which will drop from 5500:1-2500:1 or less
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4000 lumen should be plenty I am running 168" 2.35 without Anamorphic lens and the brightness is not lacking in 2D.
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Hi. Are you stating the adequacy of the brightness in 2D or 3D with shutter glasses? With the glasses in use and the machine in 3D mode, one would get only about 16% of the light level displaying 2D and not wearing shutter glasses.

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Actually, re-the output of the Titan: 10k lumens for the 1080p-700 (Titan ref without apeture plate and HB optics) 4-8k lumens for Titan ref ( same exact projector, apeture plate and high contrast optics ) I think the output range comes from 1 lamp or 2 and output percentage choices (you can go from 86%-100% with one lamp or 2).

So for contrast, if we say that 5k:1 is apeture plate+HC optics and 2k:1 is just HB optics, if you were to pair the Titan 1080p-700 3D with HC optics you could see 3k-3500:1 contrast?

The shutter glasses have some inherent light loss to them (they aren't perfectly clear because of the LCD panels), and you're only getting light through one eye at a time, instead of both.

personally, I'm starting to espouse the belief that to future proof any 3D install you'll need 2 projectors.

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Dan. The light reduction FP displays using shutter glasses is a lot ore than 50% plus some from the shutter glasses. there is a bunch of white papers on the various systems. It must be remembered that each component having a certain 3d light efficiency must be multiplied by the efficiencency of the next piece in the chain.
As an example say the projector displaying in one flash the image for the right eye and the next flash the image for the right eye. now it takes time for the image to be displayed in full, the shutterglass for that eye to open, shut, the image to be extinguished, and the whole mess repeated for the other eye. The actual amount of light on the screen is reduced way below 50%. Then one must multiply the optical efficiency of the glasses. They absorb light. When you get through, one is left with 16% of the original 2D light. I am simplifying but my number is right.

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Rather than 2 projectors I think what would be nice to see is a manual Iris that can be controlled by the projector, wide open for 3D content and clamped down for ultimate contrast for 2D.

Another possibility would be a dynamic Iris that could be turned on for 2D and turned off (completely open) for 3D.

Lastly I believe, but am not 100% sure, that 3D content will be 16:9 so the projector will be using the full panel for maximum brightness
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Is the Titan Reference 3D the same projector as the Titan 3D 1080P dual Ultra contrast?
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Seems like it, I'll have to check the price list later.

Mark, I wasn't disputing your number at all- I was just trying to make a very simplified point.

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Lastly I believe, but am not 100% sure, that 3D content will be 16:9 so the projector will be using the full panel for maximum brightness

Avatar was available in no less than 7 aspect ratio and 2-D / 3-D variants.

I hope the 2-D BD is cinemascope or flipside and that the 3-D be full panel.
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personally, I'm starting to espouse the belief that to future proof any 3D install you'll need 2 projectors.

Dan

Naw come on! The future is clearly a brighter projector modded to the hilt with adjustable smart lamp-house.



Oh here is a pic of the new RealD glasses that Sony used at CES. They are designing the same cooler looking with the SONY LOGO.


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LJG or Cinermax,

I ordered a Titan Ref 3D today. I was told that it comes standard set at 4000 lumens, but can be customized anywhere between 4000 and 8000.

How does the Titan Ref 3D differ from the Ultra Contrast 3D?

I am using a 170" wide Scope screen but am looking at changing that out for a 170" wide 2.0 4 way masking SMX.

Do i need to customized it for higher brightness, thinking 6000 lumens? What is the trade off with Contrast?

Expecting to take delivery the 2nd week in April.

Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.

Great Theater, I happened to catch your thread yesterday when I say your DPI projector for sale on Videogon.

If I had the room behind the theater like you have I would strongly consider a Barco, as Peter says you can get more light then you know what to do with, adjustable lamps, contrast modified, 3D ready, DCI content, 4K upgradeable.

Its really a no brainer for you
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