The replacement projector which has been installed is the Titan 1080P Dual 3D Ultra...
Before I can comment fully on the Titan's performance I am awaiting one last detail from DPI.
What I can comment on so far is that Peter of Cinemarax has provided great assistance in the initial set-up, that actually required a visit from a DPI field engineer. DPI customer service is great and the engineer was at my house within 3 days after the initial install, I happen to think Peter had great influence in this customer service assistance, thanks Peter.
Some initial comments:
1)The projector should be installed inverted to get the maximum lens shift and also fall within the lens shift specifications. This was a breeze to accomplish as the projector can simply be turned upside down and the feet can be unscrewed from underside to top and still mount the projector inverted on a shelf.
2)There is only one DVI input and for best results the cable needs to be an HDMI to DVI, I had less than stellar results with an HDMI cable into a HDMI to DVI adapter. Also depending on cable length a HDMI repeater may be required.
3)The ILS system is functioning perfectly so far, simply save a Preset with current lens focus, shift, and zoom and the ILS location is in the preset memory.
4)Lumen Output AND On/Off Native contrast are quite extraordinary.
5)I want to reserve final comment on Picture quality until we hear back from DPI, but I can say I really like what I see so far but again this may be improved so no comment yet.
6)3 D capability, now this looks killer and I have ordered a 3 D Gamer computer just to check out the 3D Dual 16 Bit inputs, stay tuned...
7)FastFrame technology: 120HZ, Motion Blur Reduction, I have had no time to play around with the many settings of this technology