I recieved my RS2 on Dec.29/07 and was so happy. The image is just staggering compared to my old PT-AE700U. However, after the honeymoon, I noticed that the bottom left 1/4 of the image is out of focus compared to the rest of the screen. Now I'm not saying it looks really blurry from my seating position, but I can not see the individual pixels focused sharply in this area when I focus the pixels in the center of the image. When I focus the pixels in the bottom left 1/4 of my image the center pixels are out of optimum focus. So in other words I can not have the rest of my image focused the same as the bottom left 1/4 of my screen. I hope that makes sense to you guys........
My projector is 14ft from the 119" screen. I have it shelf mounted 2 1/2ft from the ceiling and about a foot to the left (when looking at the front). There is a good amount of vertical lens shift used, and a bit of horizontal. I know that this is not optimal, but my room dictates this setup.
I am wondering if this is to be expected on this model (or any other model) when using the lens shift. I did not notice it on the PT_AE700U with a similar lens shift, but then again I was not really looking.
I would greatly appreciate it if GlenC (I believe he has an RS2) or someone could tell me if this is normal or not for the RS2.............
Originally Posted by CCLAY
On the bar code label, mine says G also.
Mine says DLA-RS2-G on the bar code and on the warranty card. Every where I look I see no mention of a "G", only DLA-RS2U. Does anybody
know what the heck this is? Mine was packed pretty tight in the box.