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post #61 of 137
Not sure if you have seen this:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/avforums-news-notices/1678352-exclusive-jvc-launch-dla-x35-x55-x75-x95-projectors.html
post #62 of 137
I just wish they didn't use X35 as the model, too close to RS-35. They should have just called it xBlack1 and xBlack2 and xBlack3, then next year xBlacker1, xBlackest2, xEvenMoreBlacker3, and they can go on forever.
post #63 of 137
Im dying to know the preorder price for the new entry model to see if its in my budget
post #64 of 137
I can guess, it's most likely between 2.5k and 3k. I could be wrong, but I seriously doubt it would ever be below 2.2k at the very bottom (and I doubt it is even that low).
post #65 of 137
2,499 would be percfect.. But then makes you think how low the rs45 can go ... Under 2k would just simply be a steal probably
post #66 of 137
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Originally Posted by coderguy View Post

I just wish they didn't use X35 as the model, too close to RS-35. They should have just called it xBlack1 and xBlack2 and xBlack3, then next year xBlacker1, xBlackest2, xEvenMoreBlacker3, and they can go on forever.

Really, they are running out of model #'s for both the pro and consumer division and then now that some of the X and RS #'s are starting to overlap it is causing confusion. It's time for them to revamp their model # system.

Mike
post #67 of 137
I didn't realize JVC offered discounted prices for pre orders of a new product (I'm interested in a new 2013 model)? How and where can I find out who I can pre order from and what the price is pre orders? Thanks!
post #68 of 137
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I didn't realize JVC offered discounted prices for pre orders of a new product (I'm interested in a new 2013 model)? How and where can I find out who I can pre order from and what the price is pre orders? Thanks!

Call the AV Science Store: http://shop.avscience.com/.
post #69 of 137
That won't help you, preorder prices are not on the store site. smile.gif Just give Mike Garret a call at 585 671 2968 and you can get all the JVC preorder prices.
post #70 of 137
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

That won't help you, preorder prices are not on the store site. smile.gif Just give Mike Garret a call at 585 671 2968 and you can get all the JVC preorder prices.

Done and done. smile.gif I went back and forth between this one and the Sony HW50. Decided on the JVC.
post #71 of 137
I want my r46 already
post #72 of 137
I want your RS-46 already too eek.gif
(hides near your door waiting, j/k of course)
post #73 of 137
Coder a friend gave me this old optima 720p projector so I hooked it up to my screen . It doesn't look to bad cant wait to see a JVC real projector
post #74 of 137
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Originally Posted by coderguy View Post

I just wish they didn't use X35 as the model, too close to RS-35. They should have just called it xBlack1 and xBlack2 and xBlack3, then next year xBlacker1, xBlackest2, xEvenMoreBlacker3, and they can go on forever.

Ha..ha...that's fantastic. Agree. They should play to their strengths more. With the advent of passive 3d tvs like lgs, I would not bother with a 3d projector until we start seeing some passive 3d systems.
post #75 of 137
To the serious movie freak, the jvc is the only game in town. I tried to trick myself into liking my Sony hw10 when I was deciding but should have realize that jvc was the only player which could deliver on great blacks. Gamers and 3d guys should look elsewhere for now.

If only jvc would solve this bulb issue perception as it is indeed turning a lot of business toward Sony hw50 and hw95es. But you'll notice that a lot of the avs sales guys use jvc which alone is quite telling.
post #76 of 137
Only part I'm worried about is gaming for me. I guess I'll have to see how much it affects me
post #77 of 137
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Originally Posted by Holiday121 View Post

Only part I'm worried about is gaming for me. I guess I'll have to see how much it affects me

Well, supposedly the new JVCs will have slightly better latency than the previous models. But, only Zombie can give us concrete evidence if that is true. smile.gif

JVC's new brochure also mentions that "additionally, as the amount of picture delay is very limited, D-ILA projectors are also well suited for playing video games."
post #78 of 137
When are theses projectors coming out?.
post #79 of 137
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When are theses projectors coming out?.

Plan for mid to late December. smile.gif
post #80 of 137
Noooo not late December frown.gif. Then again will give me more time to get things done in the room
post #81 of 137
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Plan for mid to late December. smile.gif

Is that official? I was told when ordering from Mike that they would be shipping the end of November (which is now). I really want to have it set up in time for family coming for Christmas!
post #82 of 137
Would Monster Vision 3D glasses work with this projector since they're both RF?
post #83 of 137
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Originally Posted by Dragon Reborn View Post

Would Monster Vision 3D glasses work with this projector since they're both RF?

I wouldn't count on that since the RF signal is likely unique to each transmitter. However, I bet it would work with the 3 pin splitter I made in my signature link.

When the 4810 arrives, i'll test both transmitters at the same time to see if there is any interference.
post #84 of 137
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I wouldn't count on that since the RF signal is likely unique to each transmitter. However, I bet it would work with the 3 pin splitter I made in my signature link.
When the 4810 arrives, i'll test both transmitters at the same time to see if there is any interference.

I am interested in hearing your take on the new glasses vs the IR ones once you revieve your unit. It might be worth just going with the IR transmitter and xpands over the new glasses depending on how you find the new glasses. anything to save money smile.gif
post #85 of 137
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Originally Posted by zombie10k View Post

I wouldn't count on that since the RF signal is likely unique to each transmitter. However, I bet it would work with the 3 pin splitter I made in my signature link.
When the 4810 arrives, i'll test both transmitters at the same time to see if there is any interference.

Thanks, Zombie. Looking forward to your RF tests. That would be great if your splitter works.
post #86 of 137
Here is a small report of a X35 final version.
Use Google Translator. wink.gif

Mon précédent proj était le X3 donc pas une bouze.

J'ai donc récupéré mon proj hier soir et j'ai procédé à son installation dans la soirée, dieu bénisse jvc d'avoir conserver la même coque et les mêmes emplacements de fixation, mon support maison du X3 s'est parfaitement fixé sur le 35. j'ai décalé d'un cran la convergence verticale du rouge et c'est tout.

Les réglages de shift et de zoom sont plus précis que sur le X3, j'ai pas eu de gros soucis pour caler l'image dans mon écran (2,50 fixe transonore SR)

J'étais présent à la présentation des préséries chez iacono, j'avais donc pu voir ce qu'il avait un peu dans le ventre grâce à la calibration du généralissime Cédric (contemplation aveugle : sypatique locataire d'un asile de fou puisqu'il a un spectro de malade, fait des calibr de dingues pour des résultats de cinglés :lol: Sérieux je vous conseil à tous de prendre contact avec lui pour une calibration c'est hyper important).

Il était tard hier soir donc je me le suis fait "sortie de carton" mode cinéma branché sur mon oppo 93.

Je vais la faire courte et pour paraphraser Enrico Macias : aïe, aïe, aïe! Put1 comme ça déchire, les deux points vraiment hallucinant sont la pêche lumineuse énorme et la netteté/piqué pour lesquels jvc a vraiment progressé. La précision de l'image est bien plus poussé et on perd le coté "smooth" si chère à JVC.

Le sentiment 3D, très fortement ressentie lors de la démo calibrée par Cédric, est bien présente mais moins, la calibration avec son réglage de gamma améliorera ce point.

Le bruit dans l'image est en très net recul par rapport au modèle de présérie.

J'ai testé avec Avatar et ça déchire bien, je ferai des test avec le Dark Knight ce soir.

Bref c'est du lourd, un proj particulièrement bien né pour remplacer un X3 ( pour le X30 je ne pense pas)

Je ferai plus de tests ce soir avec un réglage lumière/ contraste/ sharpness

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Major points : better sharpness and better brightness than his X3.
Video noise is really less visible than it was on the pre-release model.
post #87 of 137
I want to point out to people that the preorder period for the new JVC's ends when we receive JVC projectors. No if's and's or but's this year.
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post #88 of 137
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Originally Posted by velvetpoet View Post

I am interested in hearing your take on the new glasses vs the IR ones once you revieve your unit...

I am curious about this as well. The improved brightness was noted in the new JVC RF glasses but if I go with the RS46 (which at this point I may) I'll be sticking with my Xpan X104 glasses and it would be nice to see a brightness increase in 3D with the older glasses.
post #89 of 137
I got a question.

I am getting a R46. It's my first ever projector.

Do people usually run these on a surge protector or backup power supply?
post #90 of 137
If at all possible, then yes.
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