Originally Posted by infurno
Nvidia has a product called 3D Vision which enables 3D by shutter glasses on compatible displays. If I understand correctly, the Dual Link DVI mode is two DVI cables that provide a stereo view on a...
Originally Posted by chong67
I could not see any screen door effect on my 8100 at all unless I am 1 ft away. It is crystal clear.
One thing I didnt like is that I could not get complete black and its more like dark grey and on...
Originally Posted by BrandonJF
I am already thinking of some especially grainy scenes in the SE version of Aliens... I am afraid, though, that grain is going to be synonymous with poor PQ to the vast majority.
And, really, if...
Originally Posted by 4theLuvofHD
Thanks everyone. I wish I could audition it, but I'm the kind of person that doesn't like to buy something at the store new, just to get home to find someone already tried it out. I am very...
Originally Posted by rman66
I bought the 8100 from TD with BCB for about $1250
I opened the box and nearly fainted at the size of this 8100
No way, i could sneak it into the house, swap the older (much smaller) projector...
Originally Posted by WalkinPaul
210 hours to date. Maybe I'm just lucky, but mine looks great. Right out of the box. I bought the Calibration disk and the more I messed with it, the worse it looked to me. So, I watch the...
The 8100 is great for placement issues like yours.. i think that would be your best bet there. I have mine in a living room setting too, it is pretty bright, but i would choose a higher gain screen for certain (1.5??).
As for those...
Until the Cost of the glasses hit $50, its going to be hard for me to go all-in with it. I have 4 kids.. thats 6 pairs just for us.. another 4 pairs for visitors.. its just expensive. I could buy another 8100 for that.