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post #241 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Jason Falejczyk View Post

Unfortunately, bring your camera over to Cliff's house!

I'm still in awe from the HT meet last weekend.

Thanks again Cliff.
Jason

Really looking foward to dropping a few brews and watching your bad boy. Love that projector paired with the right screen.

This weekend, I'm going over to Bomrat's place to set up the Loaner G90 on a Silverstar. That is going to look AWESOME. He'll be pumping about 13 foot lamberts in a nice small little theater with Bob Carver sound.

His Subs are just like my SVS PB12's except he built them himself. They turned out great.

I told him to come over and measure my subs when they came because we both liked them so much after hearing them in Art's theater and he built his own.

That boy can build. You need to go see Blaine's theater as well. He just got done stacking 2 modded MP 9500's over under on a 10ft wide SMX. I've seen his theater already (bomrat built it), and it is AWESOME. He needs to tweak a couple of things and he is going to have a top rated theater.

Gonna look sweet and cant wait to see the MP's.

Cliff
post #242 of 3000
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Originally Posted by darryl b View Post

i really like your screen shots. so far they are the best. with a set up like that i know you're satisfied with your rs1?

RS1??

Cliff
post #243 of 3000
He has a two G90 stack. We are trying to goad him into doing a 4 G90 stack. He owns at least four of them. Maybe 5. I've lost count.
post #244 of 3000
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Originally Posted by RobZ View Post

Nah.....how good could a couple of G90's look? I prefer my blacks to be nice and bright! What good are blacks on the screen if you can't see them?

Ah yes, but take a ride down the road to Michigan and take a look at Art's HT5000. WOW. That projector is AWESOME.

You need a big room though because that bad boy throws some LIGHT!!!!


AZEEEEEZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!! LIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's the BEST kind of light too, ANSI. Love it. Makes the lack of black literally go away when it kicks in.

For my room though, that thing would be just too damn bright. I like daylight, but damn.

I'll just stick with my "lowly" little G90 stack until maybe you guys get about 60K to one contrast, 15 to 18 foot lamberts on a 10ft wide 1.0 gain screen, and a black floor that Ken Whitcomb can BARELY measure with his Photo Research.

Cliffy
post #245 of 3000
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I'll just stick with my "lowly" little G90 stack until maybe you guys get about 60K to one contrast, 15 to 18 foot lamberts on a 10ft wide 1.0 gain screen, and a black floor that Ken Whitcomb can BARELY measure with his Photo Research

So you're waiting for the RS18?
post #246 of 3000
With a RS2 and a 1.3 gain screen (no downside to this slight gain, none) an RS2 would give you about 10 ft lamberts and a 40K to one CR. With a normal size HT screen say an 8 ft wide one. you would get 16 ft lamberts (assuming a real calibrated average ANSI of 450). I might give this a try. I just wish the lens was better.
post #247 of 3000
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

With a RS2 and a 1.3 gain screen (no downside to this slight gain, none) an RS2 would give you about 10 ft lamberts and a 40K to one CR. With a normal size HT screen say an 8 ft wide one. you would get 16 ft lamberts (assuming a real calibrated average ANSI of 450). I might give this a try. I just wish the lens was better.

Hmmmm..... 13 foot lamberts after bulb bleed, not bad if that is really true on 10ft wide, BUT, no 1.3 for me. No thanks. Damn slow ass panels though, did they improve the response time yet?

40k to one CR I do not believe. Ken would have to measure it for me. If true, I apologize to the whole forum now, but damn dude, somehow, I just dont think it's going to happen.

Cliff
post #248 of 3000
Cliffy. I'm assuming 1/2 the ANSI of the full 100 IRE new bulb rating. One would have to mount at close throw and replace the bulb say every 600 hours or so, to get that.

No one has an RS2 yet so we really don't know about panel response times or any lens improvement. At normal 1080p viewing distances, there are no adverse effects of going 1.3 surface gain unless you are viewing way off center. In your theater no down side. Of course perfing would limit the gain to 1.17 or so.

I like the preemptory apology. Michael Vick's lawyer would rate it a 10.
post #249 of 3000
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Originally Posted by mark haflich View Post

Cliffy. I'm assuming 1/2 the ANSI of the full 100 IRE new bulb rating. One would have to mount at close throw and replace the bulb say every 600 hours or so, to get that.

No one has an RS2 yet so we really don't know about panel response times or any lens improvement. At normal 1080p viewing distances, there are no adverse effects of going 1.3 surface gain unless you are viewing way off center. In your theater no down side. Of course perfing would limit the gain to 1.17 or so.

I like the preemptory apology. Michael Vick's lawyer would rate it a 10.

What is all of this talk about perfing?? Damnit, I want woven.

Oh yeah, flat gain (1.0) as well. Screw 1.17.

Let's revisit this when the new one makes official presence. Hell, maybe I'll buy one.

Cliffy
post #250 of 3000
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Originally Posted by overclkr View Post


Let's revisit this when the new one makes official presence. Hell, maybe I'll buy one.

Cliffy

And give up those beautiful calibrated colors?
post #251 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Rayjr View Post

A few more...





I love my RS1
RayJr

why is the color so natural. I thought the color on the RS1 was supposed to be oversaturated.
post #252 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn View Post

Yea, it should set me for another year. Too many lumens is like being too pretty.

Art

I disagree too many lumens is Equivalent to too many decibels. all it does is damage your sensory organs. 25ftlamberts is enough for anyone without serious cataracts.

A good nuetral density filter does nothing to the image but attenuate the light.

Why all the projector manufacturers don.t just insert a variable iris at the stop position of the lens baffles me.
post #253 of 3000
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Originally Posted by mlang46 View Post

I disagree too many lumens is Equivalent to too many decibels. all it does is damage your sensory organs. 25ftlamberts is enough for anyone without serious cataracts.

A good nuetral density filter does nothing to the image but attenuate the light.

Why all the projector manufacturers don.t just insert a variable iris at the stop position of the lens baffles me.

You are agreeing with me. You didnt get the analogy. Even a supermodel without nice cloths , make up and the right hair can be toned down.

Although I've actually never heard of the eyes (sensory organ) actually getting hurt watching a 80fL plasma.
post #254 of 3000
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Originally Posted by mlang46 View Post

why is the color so natural. I thought the color on the RS1 was supposed to be oversaturated.

+1
post #255 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Samaritano View Post

+1

+2, those RS1 images look amazing, makes me happy to own one, now if my room would be done already along with the rest of the new house.
post #256 of 3000
IN 72 480P with a super cheap dvd player.












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bruce wayne

you're kicking ass man!
you and the rs1 shots look the best so far.
i really enjoy this thread.
it will only get better now as the guys with the specialty pjs fire back.
post #258 of 3000
what is a specialty PJ?
post #259 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Sherardp View Post

+2, those RS1 images look amazing, makes me happy to own one, now if my room would be done already along with the rest of the new house.

+3
post #260 of 3000
stacks and 30 grand list price projectors and refrigerator heavy and you need the manual to turn it on, i call specialty. i didn't mean anything bad, is that all right?
have to admit i'll be turnin in my rs1 and getting a special one soon.
post #261 of 3000
"specialty" This word is not in my budget.
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Ken left me right attempting to get a good picture with my new 4K unit ( front row) at my next meet. "Ken ,I told you we should have run through the demos the day before !" Cliff just behind me "yea but my blacks are still better"

Art
post #263 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Bruce Wayne View Post

"specialty" This word is not in my budget.

look at the sim2 c3x1080p or the ht5000
post #264 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn View Post



Ken left me right attempting to get a good picture with my new 4K unit ( front row) at my next meet. "Ken ,I told you we should have run through the demos the day before !" Cliff just behind me "yea but my blacks are still better"

Art

LOL

Funny thing is... That actually look like a screnshot from a Sony 4k PJ
post #265 of 3000
Let me think, hmmm, new truck or new display. I wish I had the cashflow some of you fellas have. I never want to see the image one of these "specialty projectors" put out as it would only destroy my idea of what a good picture is and should be.

If any of you kind hearted, well meaning millionaires ever want to get rid of the inferior single chippers that are collecting dust in your closets, please know that I do accept charity. hehe
post #266 of 3000
Here are some SS I shot for my AE2000u review, which we recently added to our bedroom. I believe I shot all in the lower bulb setting, DI on, and Color 1 mode. The screen is homemade and is ~84", light gray screen.

My Nikon D200 and related equipment was stolen while on vacation earlier this year and I have not replaced my photography equipment yet, so all of these pics were taken with my Sony point and shoot in manual override. Keep in mind these are only screen shots were placed here for entertainment purposes only. I would like to add these pictures do not do the actual image any justice, the actual image looks much better in person!

I should note these were shot by hand while laying in bed, I did not use a tripod so most of the images are very soft due to camera motion at the slow shutter speeds which I had to use! The actual on screen image is much sharper!










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post #270 of 3000
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Originally Posted by coldmachine View Post

LOL

Funny thing is... That actually look like a screnshot from a Sony 4k PJ

LOL , unfortunately you're right.

Art
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