Originally Posted by TomHuffman
In one of the more amusing examples of the variability of online reviews:
"During setup, I discovered the unfortunate truth that the HD81-LV is not capable of producing bright pictures if you want them to be accurate."http://www.cnn.com/2007/TECH/ptech/0...oma/index.html
Thanks for the link, I have placed it at the beginning of this thread. Wow,
it's like two reviewers living in a parallel universe. This is why I'm having my
LV ISF'd in a few days by a tech who was recruited and trained by Joe Kane.
I'm hoping that the wine colored/crushed reds can be improved, but have a
feeling that this will not be possible, given the CMS limitations of the LV.
As far as lumens, I know my HD81 lost a fair amount of brightness when
D65 calibrated, but I have a difficult time believing that the LV won't be
able to light up a large screen after calibration. I will post all the numbers
my tech gets.