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post #451 of 832
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Originally Posted by david555 View Post

The new firmware for the cms is for august!

Will you have to update it at the service center or will it be able to be done ourselves
post #452 of 832
They tell me service center. (sorry for my English)
post #453 of 832
has any body been able to use other 3d glasses/emitter other than the mits ones
the 5 pin vesa plug i would think would need an adapter or something
post #454 of 832
post #455 of 832
Any firmware update yet?
post #456 of 832
NotÃ*cias da Mitsubishi para a IFA 2011

http://www.cine4home.de/blog/2011/08...-der-ifa-2011/

"Der bereits eingeführte HC-9000 wird in einer überarbeiteten Version „HC9000 Advanced“ vorgestellt, neu sind hier die 2D->3D Konvertierung und ein verbessertes Colormanagement."

Google Translator:

"The already established HC-9000 is presented in a revised version of "HC9000 Advanced", here are the new 2D-> 3D conversion and an improved color management."

HC9000 Advanced???? Improved CMS????

Is this some kind of joke or bad translation?
post #457 of 832
Having an actually WORKING CMS is no joke, my friend.
OTOH: Having a good preset will do the trick, too.
post #458 of 832
I think they are making a joke of why MITs is re-releasing a PJ as new and improved when all they have done is fix their OWN mistakes and make the PJ work as it should have from day one.
post #459 of 832
Can someone explain what this issue is
and why do you need it fixed
Thanks
post #460 of 832
The CMS did not fully work. Not fully working for a CMS is like being only partially pregnant.
post #461 of 832
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

The CMS did not fully work. Not fully working for a CMS is like being only partially pregnant.

the units that Mits is putting out now or the last 3 months would this be fixed?
Define CMS is it Color Managment system
post #462 of 832
CMS is color management system. Its the chromacity point system that isn't fully working. Supposedly Mits was coming out with a software fix or some other for it. I don't know if they did or whether the problem was fixed in recent production.
post #463 of 832
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Originally Posted by fraisa View Post

the units that Mits is putting out now or the last 3 months would this be fixed?
Define CMS is it Color Managment system

Yes it is color management system. Can't fully calibrate the projector with out a 3D CMS unless you buy a VP like the lumagen.

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I see Mark beat me to it. Mark was your HC9000 calibrated using your lumagen?
post #464 of 832
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Originally Posted by mjg100 View Post

Yes it is color management system. Can't fully calibrate the projector with out a 3D CMS unless you buy a VP like the lumagen.

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I see Mark beat me to it. Mark was your HC9000 calibrated using your lumagen?

Gotcha,
Next Question
With regards to 3d if the emitter is on the projector and it is ceiling mounted and you are sitting under and behind the projector will the 3d work or would the glasses loose communication with the emitter.
I played around with this once but i was standing up.
post #465 of 832
Mike. We did it using my Lumagen.


Emitters work better if placed in front of the theater high up and aimed at the viewing audience. The will usually work if aimed at the screen from a position near the projector with the glasses picking up the IR signal bounced off the screen. This does require some experimentation as to aim and the strengtht of the emitter beam, the distances involved, and even the screen material type.
post #466 of 832
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

Mike. We did it using my Lumagen.


Emitters work better if placed in front of the theater high up and aimed at the viewing audience. The will usually work if aimed at the screen from a position near the projector with the glasses picking up the IR signal bounced off the screen. This does require some experimentation as to aim and the strengtht of the emitter beam, the distances involved, and even the screen material type.

In other words, best if you can mount at the top of the screen facing toward the audience.
post #467 of 832
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post
Mike. We did it using my Lumagen.


Emitters work better if placed in front of the theater high up and aimed at the viewing audience. The will usually work if aimed at the screen from a position near the projector with the glasses picking up the IR signal bounced off the screen. This does require some experimentation as to aim and the strengtht of the emitter beam, the distances involved, and even the screen material type.
Wonder if a BD Screen would stop it from bouncing off the screen because of the Anti reflection...
post #468 of 832
IR is just light of a certain wavelength band. Screens reflect direct light so if the emitter shines on the screen and hits it at the right (correct angle) it should reflect back. How the particular reflective characterics are might affect things but I really don't know.
post #469 of 832
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Originally Posted by fraisa View Post

Wonder if a BD Screen would stop it from bouncing off the screen because of the Anti reflection...

If the BD's reflectivity is purely a function of angle then it will inhibit reflection of IR signal the same as visible light.

It may inhibit it more or less depending on how reflectivity varies with wavelength.
post #470 of 832
So basically Noah, you are saying you really can't answer the question with respect to a BD screen. You could do it if you had a 3D projector using an emitter and at least one pair of the appropriate glasses and a BD screen but since you have none of the above you can't answer the question either. Just messing with you.
post #471 of 832
My 9000d will come in Friday,
Will let everyone know my thoughts when I get to play with it.
I will be using it on my Gen 3 Black Diamond .8 Gain ,,,,,
post #472 of 832
Well now that I look at what you said more closely, I have to agree that it's fair to say that my answer is just a more elaborate way of saying "I don't know"

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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

So basically Noah, you are saying you really can't answer the question with respect to a BD screen. You could do it if you had a 3D projector using an emitter and at least one pair of the appropriate glasses and a BD screen but since you have none of the above you can't answer the question either. Just messing with you.
post #473 of 832
Has anyone had to do indepth calibrating to there 9000 or is it good out of the box...

Also has anyone used the Mits Flush Mount with this unit
is there any link to the flush mount instructions?
post #474 of 832
Personally I thought it needs a good calibration as the colors were noticably shifted.
post #475 of 832
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Originally Posted by rovingtravler View Post

Personally I thought it needs a good calibration as the colors were noticably shifted.

what about the mount?
post #476 of 832
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Originally Posted by fraisa View Post

Has anyone had to do indepth calibrating to there 9000 or is it good out of the box...


The HC9000 has no preset that is close to REC709 and you are - with the current version of the CMS - not able to tune anything in close to that.
post #477 of 832
F,

What about the mount? there are many mounts that work. AVS sells them. Chief, etc.
post #478 of 832
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Originally Posted by rovingtravler View Post

F,

What about the mount? there are many mounts that work. AVS sells them. Chief, etc.

The mount i got is made for Mits by Premier.
the item number is
XL9000CM

Will take a pic of it and post it.

New Projector just was dropped off ,
Cant wait to put this on my .8 BD Screen
Think i may even play some Christmas music while unpacking the box and setting it up... he he
post #479 of 832
LOL

Have to love christmas in August!
post #480 of 832
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Originally Posted by rovingtravler View Post

LOL

Have to love christmas in August!

Heck Ya....
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