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Yes, I am afflicted. The fact that I am willing to visit the basements of people I have met on the internet, to demo their projectors, genuinely worries my other half biggrin.gif

Seegs - I hope they fix the issue and it doesn't take too long, at least you have plenty of backups.
post #62 of 62
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Thanks. Physically everything seems to work fine. The software/processing seems to be way off. Native contrast seems pretty low for a DC4, but I think it has to do with with contrast setting set at default WAY too high and it looks like I don't have enough range to turn it down. It makes things look washed out. Whites also seem to be clipped due to the high default contrast setting. I've seen a couple DC4 machines and the native CR much higher, especially before engaging any iris, whether it be manual or dynamic. I own the Planar PD8150 and thats a DC3 machine with same light path and optics as this and the native CR is much higher. I'm seriously hoping its a software issue and nothing due to the LEDs.
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