Originally Posted by krichter1 Oh my God Sam!! . . . I wake up... take a shower... have my coffee... log on... read your update . . . Go BACK upstairs to shower again after CRAPPING my pants!!
First let me say after Mark and I discussed this in detail last night, I am SO happy for you buddy (and now us!)!! You have absolutely made
my morning and now I just have to go to my travel agent and get some tickets to Denver for tonight!!
Thank YOU for all your work on this!!
So... I assume the leveling issue was no problem because of the Elite mount flexibility??
Dude i almost crapped my pants reading your post
Yeah the leveling thing sort of fixed itself when the projector was mounted the the spider legs sort of extended or just moved upwards with the projector's weight pulling down. I will find one of my levels and see if it's tilted one way ot the other, i suspect it is slightly, but for the time being i can overscan plus i will figure my way into the new mount because i am sure i can fix any level issue with a few Adjustments on the RPMA mount.
Dude you have the same screen as me, and i will tell you rigth now( depending on your throw distance) you shouldn't have anything to worry about with the brigthness. Wile it's not blinding with the glasses on, it is still brighter than my Sony 3D LED TV, i would say by at least 50% without glasses and about 20-30% brighter with the same Xpand glasses on.
Originally Posted by Toe
Holy F'n **** Sam!
You got me pumped..............cant wait till the weekend when I will have 2 full days to get the 40 and 93 up and running. Great report! We might have to swap out some 3d titles with each other for a night or so if I happen to have something you dont.
Man with your superior 1.3 gain screen doubt you would even want to go HighPower, that would be my guess.
and i have almost 20 3D bluray titles already, plus another 30 hrs of DirecTv 103n programming, i don't understand how people are saying there is no 3D content out there, by year end there will be close to 30 bluray 3D movies from film, to animation, sports documentaries and concerts.