Perhaps someone has had the Abyss 0.8
and then switched to the Pulsar 1.4
who can make their own objective comment. As far as I can relate, the Abyss 0.8
does produce the absolute deepest Black....and has extremely good "Ambient Light Resistance" due to it's depth of Ultra Dark Gray shading and Angular Reflective-ness.
The Pulsar 1.4
also produces almost Interstellar levels of Blacks, but because of it's higher gain it qualifies as being more inside the "Ambient Light Rejection" category...
Image quality (Black & Shadow detail -Colors -low incident of Artifacts) is equally good with both Screens.
Both screens have a low incident of Angular Reflection...but enough to warrant the PJ's lens being placed at the correct height.
But perhaps the biggest advantage the Pulsar 1.4
has over Abyss 0.8
is that it's gain allows for much improved viewing when 4K HDR content is being watched. (...as well as when the PJ itself has low lumen output...)
is the latest iteration, focusing on delivering fully 2.0 gain
while still maintaining a 50 degree Half Gain. Ideally suited for 3D enthusiasts, and those with 4K PJs whose HDR performance is very dim. It is not however as good at ALR performance as are the much darker Abyss 0.8
and Pulsar 1.4,
and it requires a Throw Ratio of 2.0