Originally Posted by eastdigital
I really appreciate your help, had no idea this type of technology existed - I can use some sharpness. Is there a specific calibration setting you recommened?
Check out the Darbee Darblet forum on AVS. Most people use the "HD" setting at 50.
What's nice is that you can test it out yourself by toggling the "Darblet" on and off. You can really fine tune your picture.
To me, it's an absolute "no brainer" when you are using a projector. I also use it for my LCD/LED Samsung 65" panel. Stone, cold gorgeous.
And this is from a guy who returned his first Darblet - - thinking it did nothing for his PQ. At that time, I did not have a projector. I decided to try it again and the results were stunning. Even on my LCD/LED - - I mean, no comparison. The only thing I can think of is that I received a defective unit to start. (The remote never worked)
Which brings me to "how to order" the unit. The first time, I went full price through Amazon Prime - - they are fabulous (Amazon.com) with returns within the first 30 days.
The second time, I took more of a flyer since I knew it would help the projector from all the research I did. I ordered an "open box" from Solid Signal. They said no returns unless it was defective. I saved around $60.00. It looked brand new to me (the packaging) and it's worked like a champ every since.
Take a look on the Darbee Darblet AVS Forum and you'll see a lot of you questions answered. For grins, I tried the "sharpness" setting on the OPPO (bumped it one notch) and it was just to fried of a picture. Over contrast. The Darblet can be "fine tuned" based on your preferences. Also a lot of interesting "theory" behind the product - - see their web site Darbeevision. www.darbeevision.com
Hope this helps.