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post #601 of 831
You're welcome!
post #602 of 831
New firmware in France for the cms.
post #603 of 831
This is a great projector and we have a couple in stock with all the latest updates. Very attractive pricing.
post #604 of 831
what glasses are people using? combing through the thread, it appears as if the monsters have a different din pattern for the emitter plug, so i'm assuming those are out?

tia...
post #605 of 831
The Monster RF emitter comes with a cable that has an IR receiver at the end of it. So if you have a Mits IR emitter hooked up to your Mits, you can use the Monster RF emitter and glasses by placing the IR receiver in the IR light path way. You must power the Monster RF emitter though with a USB power supply. They are cheap.
post #606 of 831
^^^

thanks mark...

i have a bunch of usb power supplies lying aound, no problem there...

is the mits ir emitter that you are referring to the one that is "sold separately"?

thanks.
post #607 of 831
next question...

anyone using a peerless universal mount? i currently have the universal prg model, and am hoping it fits... checked peerless site, and they don't list this unit at all on their mount finder...
post #608 of 831
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Originally Posted by ccotenj View Post

^^^

thanks mark...

i have a bunch of usb power supplies lying aound, no problem there...

is the mits ir emitter that you are referring to the one that is "sold separately"?

thanks.

Yes. The 9000 unlike the 7800 does not come with an IR emitter and it must be purchased separately. It connects via a 5 pin DIN terminated cable that comes with the emitter. The Monster direct hook up cable is a 3 pin VESA so you can not plug it in to the Mits but must either use a DIY cable or use the mits IR emitter and the IR receiver sensor cable that comes with the Monster RF emitter.
post #609 of 831
^^^

thanks again...

guess that means i gotta give mike a call today and order the mitsu gizmo...
post #610 of 831
Has anyone tested/know the input lag of this model?
post #611 of 831
to answer my previous mount question, yes the peerless mount fits...

dang, this thing is BIG... it makes my vivitek look like a toy...

me likey...
post #612 of 831
I like that the projector is quiet, the rest is an unknown.

Current setup is a Sim2 380 DLP with a Silverstar 110 inch screen in a 100% light controlled room. Projector is 18 feet from the screen. 2 rows of seating, one at 11 feet and one at 16 feet.

I will probably watch very little 3d but a great deal of gaming, movies and Sports via Direc TV.

Should I lean towards the new Sony VW95 which is approx. $1,500 more or another Sim DLP Cyrstal?

Really appreciate your input guys.

Thanks
Steve
post #613 of 831
Steve. Give one of us at AVS sales a call. I had this projector for several months and can discuss it with you in detail. I would like it back but I get units for demo and calibration and they all leave sooner or later The Mits is one very fine projector and has a very very good lens.
post #614 of 831
Mark,

Thanks for your input. I'm selling my existing projector and hopefully when I do change I will be able to see the added depth per say if I switch to the Mitsubishi or JVC. The Sony projector doesn't have the throw distance I need so it's either another dlp or a switch in technologies.

Thanks
post #615 of 831
why is it so quit with the HC9000?
post #616 of 831
^^^

dunno... not much to discuss, i guess, there doesn't seem to be any real issues with the unit... plus there aren't a lot of owners...

i know i'm happy with mine....
post #617 of 831
Hey just wondering . I was going pick this over the panasonic ae7000. Knowing the Panasonic has input lag at 30ms . Do you know what the input lag is on the 9000d.I play Call of duty and I can live with 30ms
post #618 of 831
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Originally Posted by wayway812 View Post

Hey just wondering . I was going pick this over the panasonic ae7000. Knowing the Panasonic has input lag at 30ms . Do you know what the input lag is on the 9000d.I play Call of duty and I can live with 30ms

I would like to know the same. Anyone owning this PJ that could do a real lag test with 2 screens?
I have become really interessted in this PJ since it's price has been reduced and it has a really nice lensshift. I can not use the Sonys since they only have 65% lens shift and I need to mount the PJ a bit higher up.
So how close to the VW90/95 is this in 2D and 3D?
Thanx!
post #619 of 831
Come on some help us with input lag
post #620 of 831
^^^

sorry, i don't know...

@peete... search for posts by "cine4home" in this thread, you'll find a bit of commentary on that...
post #621 of 831
As mentioned above, it is at the Sony SXRD panels with the fastest to the market, their response time is now reaching the low 2ms mark. Technically this is due to the very thin layer of crystals. The smaller the moving liquid crystals which polarize the light that comes more quickly they can "react".

from mitsubishi website 2ms response time
post #622 of 831
Just got my hc9000d damn this thing is nice... awesome response time ... online gaming fast .. color and movies look great pq
post #623 of 831
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Just got my hc9000d damn this thing is nice... awesome response time ... online gaming fast .. color and movies look great pq

Yes, the Mits is a nice well rounded projector. We still have one of these in stock. Give us a call.
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post #624 of 831
How can you tell if a HC9000 has the latest firmware update on it or not?
post #625 of 831
Isn't this a clone of the Sony VW90? If so did it have the same brightness issue in 3D mode?
post #626 of 831
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Originally Posted by mtdking View Post

How can you tell if a HC9000 has the latest firmware update on it or not?

I do not know the firmware number, but I do know that the one we have is the updated version. we sent it in to Mits for the update.
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post #627 of 831
^^^

no, it's not a clone... it does use the sony lcos panels...
post #628 of 831
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Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 5 View Post

Yes, the Mits is a nice well rounded projector. We still have one of these in stock. Give us a call.

Hello , i just bought a Mitsu HC9000D and i'm looking for a 75ft long 5pin mini din cable for the emitter and glasses , just thought i ask , thanks
post #629 of 831
Can someone share his 3D experiences with the HC9000A?

- How apparent is ghosting on the HC9000?
- How does the HC9000 performs in 3D compared to the Sony HW30 and Epson 6010?
post #630 of 831
I have both the HC9000 and the Epson 6010 right now. I haven't had a chance to check out 3D yet on both but for 2D the HC9000 is better in every way. I should be able to test 3D in the next couple of days even though 3D is not an importance to me. I will say frame interpolation on the HC9000 is amazing and the best I've seen with movies.
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