Originally Posted by mark haflich
Jason.i assume you are doing a review. Should come out almost simultaneously with Greg R's in WSR (on line). Would you be so kind to post a screen shot of the lens resolution pattern from DVE projected through this projector? Thanks
I looked at the RS2 last week and it looked fairly sharp , not great but good. There is a review of an RS2 which shows a shot under "RS2 sharpness" and there are two pictures one of a numerical display which demonstrates mild softness and one of a dinner table which demonstrate some of the haze I would call it blooming or crosstalk. other than that the color looks fine to me. So its a mixed bag but still a very good value.http://www.projectorreviews.com/jvc/...agequality.php
to answer a previous question I do not know what glass they are using in the very complex 16 element lens they use in the RS2 but as we say in the optics industry it has a lot of glass which means it should have enough glass to produce a beautiful image. That does not mean it does produce a sharp image but it should.
The quality variation is so large that you are essentially rolling the dice when you buy a single chip and especially 3 chip projector from anyone. If the panel alignment doesn't get you the lateral color aberration will, which is why I think the zonal convergence adjustment on the Sony VW-200 is an overlooked big deal. Its the only way to correct for both panel misalignment and lateral color.