That is NOT an anomaly and it's certainly not an issue with the projector. It's a signal that goes out with the channel you're viewing. It lives in the area that most tv's cut out with their native overscan.
Originally Posted by suffolk112000
This is what I was hoping to hear about the AE-2000. I had heard some reports that it was not so hot at SD upconversion.
Just let the disc player handle the upconversion.
Originally Posted by timell
I know this may be a little off topic, but it does relate a little to the AE2000 since most of the reviews that I've read say it doesn't do a good job with upconverting SD DVDs. Since I plan on...
Originally Posted by ricwhite
Sounds to me, however, that you have just as much chance "adding" dust as removing it.
It's possible. But probably a lot less than opening the unit and exposing the entire interior to a...
Originally Posted by mystery
I'm wondering if this will work for other projectors or is it dependent perhaps on the placement of the air vent as each projector is different in this regard?
In other words, if you can't...
Originally Posted by SeanCJ
I was convinced this was the PJ for me (my first every front projection!), but.....CNET's review says that this PJ is not bright enough to handle a screen larger than 100"!
I was hoping it could...
Originally Posted by fridaylights
C/net review of the AE2000:
I thought the Panny's strength was perfect out-of-box color?
Weird that they used Cinema 1 for the review...