I don't notice it, but my room is fairly dark, I have a screen with black borders, and my eyes suck. I basically use the zoom until the picture completely fills my screen. I suppose there could be black bars out there, but the picture is "almost" dead on 16:9 (maybe 1/4" or slightly less too wide??).
One thing I learned during what has become my extensive experience mounting the Acer is that if you aren't careful (esp if you need to use the horizontal shift), you can get a horizontal keystone effect (top and bottom different heights at the edges) due to the projector not being mounted properly. If you just twist the PJ on its mount side to side, you can eliminate this effect and then use the shift to make the side edges line up. There is a vertical keystone adjustment, but if you have the center of your lens a shade (and I mean "just" a shade) less than 3" above the top of the screen viewing area (ceiling mount), you barely have to use it (if at all).
So, here's my question.....now that we can independently adjust the saturation, hue, and gain of the primary and secondary colors, how to we use it to get a better picture?
Edited by InCali - 7/26/12 at 9:17am