Originally Posted by donaldk
But Sony only uses half of the chips' surfaces, two times one quarter of the 4K, so I would expect these units to loose half the light output as well, so what makes they don't?
in practice a 20000 lumen single dlp pr
. set up in 3d have the same light
comes to the eye than a 20000 lumen 4k sony pr
.3d set up have
if the glasses are the same.
there are so many things in 3d that i like to write it down here but i not have
the time to do it.
-dark time delay are different at48/60 or 72hz.
-every adjustments there can make the picture more dim and add. light drop.
-it effekts the solarisationsbug a single dlp pr
. have in 3d.
-there are other dark time adjustment that need to be adjustet and
all this can dim the picture.
if you like it perfect you need to measure the color through the galsses
and this for sure will kill some extra 10-20% light
and and and.....
again you never can have enough light in 3d.
i say this to protect people to buy a pr
. that is to dim in 3d.
i was happy if someone told me "this" in advance but i have it to learn
the hard way.
thats one reason why i spend my time here.
soon or later people will know when they have there own experience.