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Originally Posted by Seegs108 View Post

Yup, then there's your extra 300 lumens. You could try and calibrate with BC on but it seems most people keep it off because it tracks closer to D65 with it off. But if you needed the lumens and don't care to get color as close as possible it's an option.
Some like it on. It tracked close enough for me. I left it off on the W7000 because it didn't look right to me. But the W1070 does a better job. Since I'm not using it for my blu ray movies, it works for me. That's why its best to actually see it for yourself than go off others opinions, everyone love to tell you what you are seeing on this forum.
post #32 of 34
Some projectors are toys for boys. I have owned lots of toy projectors, some quite good. but when you start getting into 3 chip DLP high lumens machines, these aren't toys but rather serious machines. The word toy was not meant as an insult.
post #33 of 34
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

Some projectors are toys for boys. I have owned lots of toy projectors, some quite good. but when you start getting into 3 chip DLP high lumens machines, these aren't toys but rather serious machines. The word toy was not meant as an insult.
I knew you were not insulting anyone.
post #34 of 34
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Some projectors are toys for boys. I have owned lots of toy projectors, some quite good. but when you start getting into 3 chip DLP high lumens machines, these aren't toys but rather serious machines. The word toy was not meant as an insult.

You got that right Mark! smile.gif
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