Originally Posted by kohe321
You being someone who notices RBE makes me think you'd also notice this flickering as well, which makes me think it's indeed due to the lamps, and that the one in your RS600 is a good one. I'm wondering if I had a particularly bad lamp in my RS400.
That first reports say that the 4500 looks completely stable and calm would back this up. Solid-state light sources is the future, I can't wait until the RS-series gets lasers as well.
Flickering is a common complaint with JVC lamp based projectors up to this point, never heard of the issue with any other brand. If it was a lamp issue every manufacturer would subject to flickering I would assume.
Maybe flickering is what I am seeing, who knows. Could just be high frequency dct quantization artifacting...... AKA mosquito noise . It's certainly settled down but up really close I can still see this in certain areas. If 4 K and the content digital , much harder to see this . Up-scaled 1080 is a different
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