Originally Posted by ABCTV99
a good chunk of them didn't even notice, they were paying more attention to the game.
Then why have it so big? This proves lokar's point. People watch the game to watch the game.
Originally Posted by Philnick
I see nothing "soft" about the images on my screen - except when the director and cinematographer decide it should be.
I thought that Cine4home claimed that the Panasonic projectors using...
Originally Posted by tryingtimes
Great to read some more observations. Thanks for that.
Just a couple of points - the zoom method does still leave the 2.35:1 image 1:1 pixel mapped (exactly the same as if you were watching a...
Originally Posted by mn_hokie
Thanks a ton for the feedback. Did you happen to notice if the horizontal and vertical lens shift were motorized this time around?
The H and V lens shift were manual, the same as the AE2000. The...
I have seen the PT-AE3000U in action directly compared to the PT-AE2000U and I also got a chance to see the Epson 7500 when I was at Cedia last week. To be honest guys, I have held off posting my opinion for a few reasons:
1. I did...
-First of all I liked that they went back to the old school beginning of the show. The song, the helmets, everything was great.
-ESPN needs to eliminate the graphics at the bottom going across the whole screen. They can simply...
Originally Posted by steverobertson
I have to say I really do not enjoy watching their games it seems minor league compared to the rest of the networks
I actually think their production of games is quite good with the exception...