Since we are being asked our opinion. . . .
No. And I doubt it will every go mainstream either. Given WHAT we watch most of the time, the resolution and expense just isn't necessary.
Purely my opinion, no flames please.
Thanks, I'll take a look at that. And thank you again for your help.
Interesting, if I turn the HDTV tuner box on first, before starting the projector, the major color problem I reported at the beginning of this thread doesn't occur. The color is still not quite right when compared to the HDMI input, however.
Ok, a VERY credible source has just pointed this out to me:
"In the US it has to go in for service. Now, the Canadian dealers can get it (don't ask me why) so you might find one on the forum who can email it to you."
I can't take this in for service, I'm headed to Mexico. So does anyone have the procedure, sufficiently spelt out for dummies?
OK I'm sure this has come up on some of the other mile-long RS1 threads but I could spend the rest of my life looking for it.
This projector is maybe 8 months old. I have used component input exactly twice. The first time, switching between inputs on the remote made it (the problem described below) go away. Stupidly, I figured that would suffice.
Tonight, I'm watching Pats/Giants, inputting HD tuner through component. This time, no matter what, no dice. Problem...
I voted no. Back the color level off and the over saturation issue is insignificant to me. The contrast is way beyond what you see in a movie theater now, heck it is better than all my LCD flat panels, noticeably so.
Naw, I'm gonna wear this puppy out. I'll get another one when they get rid of the lamp, to me the biggest weakness of FP now.