Originally Posted by edfowler
I may have taken this before I did the fine convergence, can't remember. I know the picture really looked tons better after I did the pixel adj.
I will have to take a look later this afternoon. I will try to download the avs disc too.
how do you check for good color uniformity? I know how to look for good greyscale but never do anything with the color. That is what the calibrator is for I think:)
There is no such thing as bright corners on JVC's. It's all color uniformity in LCOS panels. Yes, white piece of paper in front of the lens will show you how bad is it.
Now, this was an issue with RS1 all the way up, part of technology. SXRD is the same. You have to got to DLP to get perfect color uniformity.
Check 30 IRE and 50 IRE grey patterns and look at them, if you don't have color blotches that you can see then I would not worry too much about it.
I agree that switching units you might pick up other problems. RS4810 was supposed to have final quality check extra so what you have is probably as good as it gets.
If your convergence on red and green is spot on I would keep it. My 2 cents.