That's why I said with My Setup
. I was passing a direct experience
from my setup and it is not in agreement, it's in fact the total opposite with post #12. My Epson has a WAY
more cinematic look
when compared to the W7000. I'm not talking just blacks so please don't infer what my definition of cinematic is, although deep blacks really do help. Even my 8350, as I stated above, has a more cinematic look when compared to my W7000 (IMO) and the BenQ's blacks are better than the 8350.
I can only go by with what my eyes see and it's with this that I base my conclusions on.
I feel I have to pass my experience on because when I first got into projectors and wanted to go big, I was encouraged to stay away from the 133" screen I was planning. I was told, by the self appointed experts, that my 8500Ub couldn't do it and that the image wouldn't have enough fl
and that it's too big and I wouldn't be happy. I now run a 153" with absolutely no issues. Maybe my bulb won't last as long as some other setups but it's a small price to pay for the cinematic experience
. This is why when all the self appointed experts try to discourage newcomers from going too big I have to post MY
experience and let them know it can and has been done.
If I was a sells person trying to push a certain product over another, I could set such product up so that there is a huge bias. That's why I trust the experience of owners on this site and trust them rather than sells people in stores.
At least now the OP knows...
Cool. Is that the common consensus? What are the drawbacks of either technology when it comes to movies?
I'm comparing the JVC RS1 and the BenQ W6000. I will be almost exclusively using it for movies.
...what my experience was. The BenQ W6000 is basically the same as the W7000 so my experience with this projector is what I was passing on to him. If I were going strictly for movie viewing then the JVC would be my choice because of the digital look of the BenQ (how it fits in with my definition of a cinematic look).
Again, this is all my opinion
from my experience.Edited by Crabalocker - 11/8/12 at 9:54am