Originally Posted by Lawguy
Someone tell the bad news to Mikenificent1 after he cleans himself up.
my guess is he was referring to the comments about the 3D showing of the 7 series, not the 2D business model.
By extreme coincidence, we left a sample of DARK KNIGHT projected on the Epson EH-R4000 (the chase scene in the tunnel with the truck prisoner) when we discovered the model RX7 on the same stage. Visually the JVC goes even further than the Epson, blacks are even deeper than those already very good to EPSON. Fluidity is also excellent, with JVC's 240Hz mode seems to have solved the problems of artifacts 120hz modes 550/950/990 series.
3d Review: This section could be titled "Let there be light! Skeptical and convinced after botched demonstrations Samsung, Mitsubishi, Sony, where the key word seemed to be "where are my lumens?". We fit our glasses to see a sample 3D animation film "MONSTERS AND ALIENS. And that damned! No significant loss of light, no artifacts, no wind shear at the image. A stable image, colored with this superb 3D printing. No ocular discomfort on the horizon and the envy grows quickly to rapidly dispose of the projector at home to get a big screen sitting avatar!
The secret was well kept but that JVC is once again up to speed. The successful brand dual challenge follows: to maintain an edge in contrast and especially 2D visual solution offer the most successful and the only really convincing 3D projection market at home. JVC Bravo! "