Screen Innovations Sparkle Hot Spot
Been trying to work something out on what I am seeing on my screens.
Both screens are Screen Innovations, one is a Slate 0.8, and the other is the Black Diamond 1.4 Zero Edge Pro, Projector is the JVC RS1000.
Now, when reading about sparkles, I am reading that the whole image has a sparkle effect to it - which is not the case of what i'm getting.
What I am getting is localised hot spots which have this 'tv rainbow effect' in specific parts of the screen - not the entire image.
Not sure if the rainbow effect and sparkles are the same thing?
In the image attached, the green is where the most noticeable artefacts are, and the blue ones are much less prominent.
Interestingly, walk slightly off centre and they disappear - pretty much completely gone on a 45 degree angle
It is super irritating, as they stay fixed - meaning that panning on white/bright colours that part stays and the image is the secondary thing - like looking at a magic eye 3d puzzle, and I tend focus on the screen not the image.
Dark scenes on the BD are incredible, and the artefacts are far more reduced.
Reducing the Gamma on my RS1000 seems to help a little, however it is still noticeable - especially in HDR, but I don't want to have the brightness down so low that you loose image quality and depth.
Anyone know of a fix for this? Projector settings? Projector Angle? Curtains to the side?
Originally I believed it was a fault in the Slate 0.8, however its slightly more visible in the slate level of sparkle/rainbow but in the same spot on both screens.
Being that this is a lounge room, I need to keep an ALR, and I want to get deep blacks - something my old White 1.0 could never replicate.