Im starting to be more and more happy with the projector i've even made my own custom windows 7 drivers for this (to fix that overscan, correct positioning and native resolution), next im gonan try to reflash EDID so my ps3 will not have overscan.. I asked about flashing EDID and Hans told me "Frankly ,our engineer isn't so professional on software because the IC is from the supplier . we just buy it and use it ." So no help from there, just gotta learn by myself it seems
, powerstrip has a ability to flash EDID..
Im gonna tell my settings to save my 'own' settings somewhere if im gonna change them someday and i think i might play with nonlinear settings more still.
By the way every connection has its own settings including own non-linear settings, so i dont know how much they affect the quality but i've messed with mines a lot
85 " screen (Greyish Screen "add correct paint code here")
projected from ~3 metersColor Temp Normal (PC/HDMI/CUSTOMDRIVER/EDID OVERRIDE) / COLOR TEMP NORMAL DVB
R 100 / 255
G 100 / 255
B 33 / 0
R OFFSET 241/ 236
G OFFSET 197 / 124
B OFFSET 172 / 134
USER DVB / USER PC HDMI
40 / Contrast 78
50 / Brightness 43
Im also using a nvidia control panel and i added digital vibrance (which boost the colors to get rid of that 'washed out colors', and settings are:
Adjust Desktop Colors settings:
Use Nvidia settings:
bright 50 %
Contrast Red 70 %, Green 80 % and Blue 70 %
Digital Vibrance 60 % (this makes a huge difference on colors..)
Hue +7 % (to fix skin color which were incorrect after digital vibrance)
There is my sample photo i took with same camera from Acer Monitor and from Projected image on greyish screen:
Correct screen might make a huge difference on image quality
BTW is there anybody here with knowledge about EDID bytes, i've been using Advanced EDID editor which is easy but would like some expert to look the edited edid code and if its safe to try flash it, and custom driver is pretty good fixed many issues when using in windows 7 (no more flickering and going crazy after resolution changes..)
Almost forgot this is how Hans said about their newer model and which is the reason i actually bought this 'older one' and because its using quality PT120 leds, for the same price i would still buy x1000nxl because of its 'better' components.
"Yes ,we have another full hd X2000-VX , its image quality is good as well . Yes ,its contrast is lower than X1000 , but in fact ,the difference isn't so big as the data shows .
We don't produce X1000 anymore cause its original cost is much higher than X2000 , we have X2000 to replace X1000, we just have very few X1000 unit in stock ."Edited by omaa - 5/14/13 at 7:01am