Originally Posted by wlm94
I have had both projectors in my home theatre. I think the Sony is better for 3D and sports but a good DLP would do just fine. 2D is better with the JVC. I had the Stewart 1.7 gain screen with microperf and you could really see the e-shift advantage. If you sit close to the screen the e-shift is amazing.
Avatar/Hugo/and Immortals all in 3D with the sony VW95 and the Stewart Reflections 1.7 screen in 120" is Jaw dropping!! Could a DLP give the same pic in 3D that the sony does?
I can't tell you that but if it can then I would do DLP with JVC 4K for 2D viewing. 2 PJ system is prob best setup for now.
same thoughts, imo the e-shift on a nice sized screen with a close seating arrangement outguns the 95 in 2D IQ.
to answer your 2nd question - the BenQ 3D DLP will provide a better picture in 3D than the 95 can at a fraction of the cost. The W7000's 3D produces one of the most accurate, ghost free 3D images compared to all the other under 10k MSRP projectors today.
+1 on the last statement.. none of the current projectors are perfect for both 2D and 3D.. The RS55 / BenQ W7000 is a killer combo to cover the best of both dimensions.