Originally Posted by Kelvin1965S
Are you 100% sure that your graphics car is not overscaning? I found that with my old HTPC with an ATI card it would default to 5% overscan. This was enough to make text look poor due to the rescaling. As you have connected a new display the driver may have defaulted to this 5% overscan.
If this doesn't solve it, then the different colours on the text could be caused by poor convergence, but there isn't much you can do about that on the PC apart from swop out the projector. FWIW I had this on my old AE3000 along with uniform focus across the screen, so I traded it for another make.
Nvidia only has 3 settings underscan, overscan, automatic and don't report to display. I tried all but no difference.
I thought about your convergence comment and came up with a little test, I made a screenshot of my desktop and then displayed it full screen...it looked perfectly fine, even the text. So I decided it's not a hardware problem with the projector but something between windows and the projector. I'll have to keep fiddling I guess.
In all other regards the AT6000 is an incredible projector, movies look fantastic and I have never before had so many "window"-moments while watching videos.
Only little gripe I have is that the lower left corner is drifting into red a bit, but not so much as to be distracting (only noticed it on Creature from the Black Lagoon 3D since it's black/white).