I watched Game of Thrones last night on a 106" in low lamp, somewhere over 100 hour on lamp, and honestly I thought it was on the "too bright" side in a lights-off room. This was with brilliant color off and I think Video gamma.
Originally Posted by coderguy
That show has some awesome cinematography for projectors, it's all POP and WOW, I forgot to record it, I wanted to use it for testing. The first few minutes of it was the perfect lighting conditions for testing too. I'm going to see if I can order that episode somehow for testing. It did really POP a lot on the Mits, I did watch it on both projectors.
Why I pay $200 month for cable and don't even get the premium channels ON DEMAND in HD is beyond me, Showtime is the only I get On Demand in Hd, and the selection is like 10 throwback movies per month, lol.
Unfortunately since viewing any picture is subjective your comparisons mean little to nothing to me. As for the fact you have no life better than to spend 8 hours a day talking about every projector there is in an HC4000 thread congratrulations to you. All I see is the same few know it alls posting a bunch of useless info about other projectors in the HC4000 thread. Get a clue Inspector Gadget...