Originally Posted by AV Science Sales 5
Maximum Dynamic Contrast can only be measured with the aperture fully open/then fully closed. That’s the brightest it can get/followed by the darkest it can get. The RS57 and the RS6710 have higher specs. That’s a function of the better spec’d chips and the dual aperture light engine. With the 6710 having 150,000:1. If 1,300 lumens is the brightest and the Dynamic Contrast ratio is 1,500,000:1, then JVC is saying they could measure 1,300 lumens max. and approximately .000865 lumens fully closed. I think anyone who has seen these new projectors will agree that when they fade to black, they can get a whole lot darker than previous JVC models. At CEDIA, did not need a meter to be able to see that.
As we do over the years Mike we can beat (err… speculate), a subject to death and I have no doubt
a lot of it here has a great deal of merit given the SME's providing it, which I have great deal of respect for but your point taken, this now being my third version owned and I just don't need a meter or software to tell me this thing is a whole
lot better than what I had before (and Oh Yeah… the fade to blacks on this thing are really... well… black
My point is… this is the first JVC I've owned where the PQ far supersedes the documented/obvious flaws (HDMI issue now behind us… I think!
), now I put on a movie with the full intent of analyzing it and I end up just enjoying the movie
… go figure.