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post #211 of 1794
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Originally Posted by nebrunner View Post

Will the mount holes on the bottom of the new JVC's be a match for the mount I am using with my RS-1?
The current generation JVC chassis, which was introduced two years ago, has different mounting points than earlier JVC models.
post #212 of 1794
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Originally Posted by SED <--- Rules View Post

Guys, I know this has been probably asked but, what exactly is the specialized final quality control that the 4810 has? Is JVC doing an extra inspection for very good convergence OOTB and checking if there are any faults at all with the projector? Maybe checking if the sharpness of the units are exceptional? I'd like to know. Thanks.

My understanding is that they will handpick parts etc. as they do with the RS 66 vs the RS 56.
post #213 of 1794
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Originally Posted by dvcdude View Post

My understanding is that they will handpick parts etc. as they do with the RS 66 vs the RS 56.

That is great news if true. Maybe Mike from AVS sales can give us more info on this.
post #214 of 1794
I don't think there has been any clear details provided by JVC on exactly what's done to the 4810. It could be as simple as a final QA where if it doesn't meet a certain spec, it becomes an RS48. I don't think it's going to have hand picked parts, it would likely be much more expensive than the regular RS48 then.

from their notes:

http://pro.jvc.com/prof/attributes/features.jsp?model_id=MDL102176

Long lasting performance and added value

Specialized final QC
Available exclusively through AVAD custom installers
3 year parts & labor warranty
post #215 of 1794
FWIW - My friend who's buddy is an AVAD dealer just replied back to me and said they just got confirmation their first 4810 allotments are coming into IL. the first week in December (shipping next week). I posted this also on Jason's shootout thread because someone asked so I figured I better post it here too just in case. wink.gif

He also said the "Final QC" process was something JVC agreed to with AVAD as an extra final step to ensure convergence and bulbs look good prior to shipping (in addition to agreeing to the extra year warranty - also FWIW).

I agree w/ Jason above (there's no way for this price there'd be any handpicked parts).
post #216 of 1794
Thread Starter 
The wait is killer!!!
post #217 of 1794
So looks like the week before X'mas sounds pretty reasonable gussetimate of the end user, us, to get our hand on one given if you/I are within the first shipment allocation. rolleyes.gif
post #218 of 1794
I got both of my RS40 and 55 around the 10th of December the last two years. Hopefully, we can get them earlier this year
post #219 of 1794
Mike Garett just posted on Jason's shoot out thread that he'll be shipping out his 4810 "very soon".

My last two RS5x machines were about the same date as well. wink.gif
post #220 of 1794
Can anyone tell me if the JVC CMS bugs have been fixed on the current production models that have this feature?
I'am seriously considering getting the 4810 but if the CMS problems have not been solved well then what's the point!
I mite as well get the RS46 and save a good deal.
I believe that I read in some review that the JVC CMS won't really allow you to get the color points perfect or very close to perfect.
That it's use is limited.
post #221 of 1794
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Originally Posted by Anjo1530 View Post

Can anyone tell me if the JVC CMS bugs have been fixed on the current production models that have this feature?
I'am seriously considering getting the 4810 but if the CMS problems have not been solved well then what's the point!
I mite as well get the RS46 and save a good deal.
I believe that I read in some review that the JVC CMS won't really allow you to get the color points perfect or very close to perfect.
That it's use is limited.

As far as I know that's old history with the RS20. They even fixed that one with a software upgrade.
post #222 of 1794
The soon to be available models(RS56,66 & 4810) are all based on 2010's models RS50 & RS60 which even JVC admitted
had problems with their CMS. Maybe the software updates have fixed them and not even the current RS55 & RS65 have
any problem with their CMS's??rolleyes.gif
post #223 of 1794
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Originally Posted by Anjo1530 View Post

The soon to be available models(RS56,66 & 4810) are all based on 2010's models RS50 & RS60 which even JVC admitted
had problems with their CMS. Maybe the software updates have fixed them and not even the current RS55 & RS65 have
any problem with their CMS's??rolleyes.gif

Oh... OK... sorry. My bad.
post #224 of 1794
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Originally Posted by Anjo1530 View Post

The soon to be available models(RS56,66 & 4810) are all based on 2010's models RS50 & RS60 which even JVC admitted
had problems with their CMS. Maybe the software updates have fixed them and not even the current RS55 & RS65 have
any problem with their CMS's??rolleyes.gif


Oh no... this years models have the same undersaturated issue (we're being told the new models will have one or more CP's that will allow a good calibration).
post #225 of 1794
I am working on ceiling treatment in room. What is optimum mount distance for 4810? Using 145" 2:35 screen with 1.2 gain.

Thanks!
post #226 of 1794
Any word on when this will be released? JVC said November which we only have a couple more days left. Just wondering.
post #227 of 1794
Release by JVC does not mean shipping to customers. It means JVC ships to distributors. Then distributors ship to dealers and dealers ship to customers. Last year we received our first shipment of JVC projectors on Dec. 5th. if we are lucky, the trend will continue. Also want to point out to people that the preorder period ends when we receive JVC projectors. No if's and's or but's this year.
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post #228 of 1794
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Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 5 View Post

Release by JVC does not mean shipping to customers. It means JVC ships to distributors. Then distributors ship to dealers and dealers ship to customers. Last year we received our first shipment of JVC projectors on Dec. 5th. if we are lucky, the trend will continue. Also want to point out to people that the preorder period ends when we receive JVC projectors. No if's and's or but's this year.
So, 2nd or 3rd week (at the latest) of December sounds like a good bet right Mike? rolleyes.gif
post #229 of 1794
Whats the market look like for B-stock (still boxed) RS45 if I decided to step up to the 4810 and be happy until 4K hit? I may need to pull out the credit card on the preorder price!!!
post #230 of 1794
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Originally Posted by landshark1 View Post

So, 2nd or 3rd week (at the latest) of December sounds like a good bet right Mike? rolleyes.gif


Pull that card out for a R46 I did.. The preorder price was amazing.
post #231 of 1794
Just received word that my 4810 is available for pick up! Woo hoo! Now just need my theater to get finished so I have a place to hang it.
Edited by mjh222 - 11/30/12 at 3:00pm
post #232 of 1794
Just ordered the 4810 from AVS. Cutting it close! smile.gif


Now, have to list my RS45 to sale. cool.gif
post #233 of 1794
good job, I don't think you will be disappointed
post #234 of 1794
I ordered mine from AVS last week end also. Now something just came to me. The RS4810 doesn't come with a ceiling mount, does it?
post #235 of 1794
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Originally Posted by Blackdevil77 View Post

I ordered mine from AVS last week end also. Now something just came to me. The RS4810 doesn't come with a ceiling mount, does it?

Not that I know of...I am using a Prismasonic Mount with my lens.
post #236 of 1794
I gotta call AVS back and see what I can do about getting a ceiling mount lol.
post #237 of 1794
Hello fellow future 4810 owners,
Since I should be recieving my projector soon hopefully. I'm only interested in the 2d performance of this machine but I have 3 kids (two 9 and one 3 year old) who will love 3d. Now since I will never watch 3d, I dont want to spend a hole lota money and I am sure that one of my 3 monsters will break one of the glasses before the first 3d showing eek.gif. Besides my kids wont care a rats behind if the color is off. What are your suggestions for cheep 3d glasses. I did see samsung 3100 for dirt cheap which would be great but i am not sure if they will work with this projector?

Thanks in advance.
post #238 of 1794
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Originally Posted by Jeryd View Post

Hello fellow future 4810 owners,
Since I should be recieving my projector soon hopefully. I'm only interested in the 2d performance of this machine but I have 3 kids (two 9 and one 3 year old) who will love 3d. Now since I will never watch 3d, I dont want to spend a hole lota money and I am sure that one of my 3 monsters will break one of the glasses before the first 3d showing eek.gif. Besides my kids wont care a rats behind if the color is off. What are your suggestions for cheep 3d glasses. I did see samsung 3100 for dirt cheap which would be great but i am not sure if they will work with this projector?

Thanks in advance.

Hi, you can buy the IR version of the JVC 3D transmitter. This will work with these universal glasses from Xpand. There is a medium size pair for kids 8-14 and a smaller pair for younger kids.

Xpand Medium X104 (click the link)



Xpand Small X104 (click the link)

post #239 of 1794
Hello everybody, i have a big question for you...
I would like to upgrade mi JVC HD350 and i am evaluating Rs46 and 48, major problem is budget..
To afford upgrade toward RS48 i should sell some gear, and precisely i am thinking about selling my Lumagen radiance XS, since i have read that RS48 has complete CMS...furthermore i have also Darbee darblet that might help with definition and detail together with Eshift2 and i use just one player and projection format is 16:9
Question is:is it worth to give away radiance or is better to keep it and buy RS46???

Thank you so much
post #240 of 1794
Do you use the Lumagen for calibration and upscaling from low res sources? How large is your screen and how close do you sit? The e-shift is going to have more impact with a larger screen and a close seating distance, although the e-shift2 should be more noticeable than e-shift 1 from farther seating distances.
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