Greetings. Some of you may recall or have seen my posts on other threads and perhaps this one as well. I've read hundreds and hundreds of posts and really trying to get the best possible picture for 4K HDR content with the JVC DLA X550R and my Oppo 203 & PS4 Pro. I've had my calibrator out 3 times (2 1/2 hrs last night alone) and we are still scratching our heads. We get it looking pretty good for one movie like Trolls in 4K HDR with contrast at like 50, then go to Deadpool in 4K HDR and it looks like crap. Recently replaced my HDMI Cable with Celerity Fiber Optic HDMI (which is working spectacular over the audioquest Pearl from before). Uploaded the BT2020 color profile using the JVC calibration software. We have a custom 1 gamma profile and either the colors are really washed out and zero pop with it or too dark with the Gamma D but nice pop.
Can someone point me on the right track and step by step to get 4K HDR content looking as best as it can be on this projector (realizing it won't match a native or OLED display)? I've looked through countless threads and it's just mind boggling but awesome info. I've read all the Arche's tool, custom gamma curves, Manni's HDR curves, etc and just don't know where to begin. Should it be this complex?! I've reached out to Chad B as well. I'm trying to hang in there and not throw in the towel with the Oppo 203 UHD player. Roku 4 Ultra with YouTube 4K videos look absolutely out of this world as to 1080P blu ray movies. I want the same for my 25 4K HDR UHD movies!
Thanks for any insight/instruction anyone can provide!
Processor: Anthem AVM 60, BluRay: Oppo 105D, 4K: Oppo 203, Amps: Rotel RMB 1095 & Rotel RMB 1555, Mains: B&W 804S, B&W HTM3 center, Atmos: (4) Golden Ear Invisa HTR 7000's, Surrounds: DefTech Studio 350's, Subs: (2) PowerSound Audio S1500, Projector: JVC DLA X550RB, Screen: Stewart Filmscreen Deluxe Screenwall 2:35:1 screen, Media/Gaming: Apple TV 4K, Roku4 Ultra, Xbox One X, PS4 Pro. Remote: Control4 EA1