Originally Posted by Owen
Why cant people just accept and appreciate that JVC offer projectors with exceptional 2D performance and that 2D performance has never been better, although little different to last year.
If you want 3D or are worried about lamp life buy something else.
Then they should just remove the 3d "feature" completely. If however they are going to advertise this as a 3d projector, which obviously they are, it is open to critical debate/comparison vs other models. IF the ghosting gets worse as the hours are tacked on like previous models, these projectors are flat out broken IMHO from a 3d standpoint and JVC deserves all the **** the consumer gives them (IMO).
As far as lamp life, this is also a valid concern. Some people are willing to take the risk, others are not. Those willing to take the risk though have every right to go in cautiously optimistic so to speak considering the mess that is the 40/50/60 as far as the lamp issue is concerned. IF this issue is still present, JVC deserves whatever backlash it gets from the hard core projector community. The next year should be very interesting as far as these new models are concerned and it will be interesting to see what happens.
Originally Posted by krichter1
I've seen it as well on my 50 Todd and it hasn't bothered my either (to me that initial camera shot of Conan's looks exaggerated but I suspect it's the camera contributing to this).
Thanks for confirming Kevin. Both mine and Sams RS40 showed this same thing. If this bothers someone enough, I dont know that swapping units is going to do much good since this seems pretty normal for these projectors (and maybe previous JVCs and other projectors as well as far as I know). I guess everyone needs to see this for themselves to know if it is an issue or not, but like you this is a non issue for me and my viewing habits.