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Got the meny.py program to run, and typed 1000nits per the instructions... No such item it says.

I am trying one curve at a time, the Javs don’t seem good so far.

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I hope so, hopefully bulbs come down in price by the time it needs one too lol.
There are a lot of guys picking up original bulbs for $150
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I hope so, hopefully bulbs come down in price by the time it needs one too lol.
There are a lot of guys picking up original bulbs for $150
can you provide more information? I don't necessarily need one now, but I might pick one up if I can get one for 150.

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can you provide more information? I don't necessarily need one now, but I might pick one up if I can get one for 150.

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There are a lot of guys picking up original bulbs for $150
Care to share where?

Im loving my rs420 btw. Watched christopher robin with my neice the other night and holy crap there were scenes that looked like they were from a TV.

Still have the 4k buzz noise but im not to worried about it. I have the capabilitys to play 4k movies so every once in a while I will (3 so far) but because of the cost of them, and I buy 95% used movies, its mostly just blurays.

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I too love my RS420. I think i have a few hundred hours on it, mostly 4K.

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There are a lot of guys picking up original bulbs for $150
If you could PM me with where these can be purchased, I'd greatly appreciate it.

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I just picked up a bundle of goodies and in it was a phillips bdp7302, im curious if anyone know if that vs the sony ubpx800 is a better player for the rs420? I know that $500 player is preferred but Im not going to do that lol.

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There are a lot of guys picking up original bulbs for $150
Could you please PM me the information on where these can be purchased? Thank you!
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I just picked up a bundle of goodies and in it was a phillips bdp7302, im curious if anyone know if that vs the sony ubpx800 is a better player for the rs420? I know that $500 player is preferred but Im not going to do that lol.
Neither of these players do any tone-mapping for HDR, so it's unlikely their basic playback of UHD discs is going to be appreciably different. I use the Phillips BDP-7501 in my Theater Room, with the RS400, and I have the Sony X800 in my family room, used with a Sony 75" 900E set. Both seem to work fine, although I've never formally done any comparative testing.

The RS420 does have gamma curves for HDR, and you're happy with how this works, then you're all set. I don't know how well those work, but they could be just fine. Probably the best results are thought to be with the Panasonic UB-820 set to SDR/BT2020 mode, where the player does the tone-mapping, and the Projector is set to Gamma 2.4 with BT2020 Color Profile.

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There are a lot of guys picking up original bulbs for $150
Could you please PM me the information on where these can be purchased? Thank you!
I just remembered there was a conversation about this earlier here on avsforum. In order to get a bulb that cheap it would not be in a housing.

And then it calls into question whether the bulb really is an original or a counterfeit.

Food for thought.

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I did a bulb only on my old sony. The housing was simple as pie to take apart. I literally geared up for an hour worth of work with a camera for pictures and I was done in 5 minutes lol. The rs420 housing could be more complex but not worth paying close to $400 vs 150 for a bulb.

With my other post about the x800 and phillips bdp7302, I have no idea if im geting a correct picture lol. I havent loaded any gamma curves into the projector.

Just realized I was watching christopher robin with the projector set to HDR I think from last watching gladiator 4k lol.

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With my other post about the x800 and phillips bdp7302, I have no idea if im geting a correct picture lol. I havent loaded any gamma curves into the projector.
The RS420 has a built-in ST.2084 curve and works way better than Gamma D on the older models. However, depending on you screen, there may be simple adjustments you can make to furthter enhance the curve. See the link in my signature.
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@trilkb , like @Dominic Chan said, adding a few curves can make a big difference. Before I had mine calibrated, I did spend the time to download some curves, and noticed an increase in picture quality right away. I do have an OPPO 203, so I had to work a few things out, now love my RS420 even more.

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@trilkb , like @Dominic Chan said, adding a few curves can make a big difference. Before I had mine calibrated, I did spend the time to download some curves, and noticed an increase in picture quality right away. I do have an OPPO 203, so I had to work a few things out, now love my RS420 even more.
There are also some simple adjustments that help, for those not ready to get into custom curves.
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True @Dominic Chan , just like getting a Panny 820, but downloading the curves IMHO, is one of the best adjustments one can do, as it does not cost too much to do, just some time and effort.
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Note: For RS400 see the recommended settings here:
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The RS420 added HDR Picture Mode with ST2084 gamma, which is much better than Gamma D on the RS400. However, depending on your screen size, the default settings may not be optimal. Custom curves can provide a big improvement, but if you’re not ready to get into that, here are some suggested settings grouped by screen size and mastering nits.

These are based on my own measurements done on the RS420 (x570), trying to match custom curves as closely as achievable using the 3 controls. They should work equally well on the RS520/620, and even the RSx40 assuming JVC did not change the ST.2084 implementation in the newer projectors. Feedbacks are welcome.

Different settings are recommended for the mastering nits; you can use the 2000-nit settting if you don’t want to be bothered with switching. Note: only change the White settings, not the individual R/G/B settings.

Note: if you’ve never run autocal, the projector most likely will have developed some “gamma droop”, in which case you may want to reduce Picture Tone and Dark Level by one click.

The three numbers listed are for Picture Tone, Dark Level, Bright Level respectively.

Small screens (90” or less). You can get around 140 nits peak using a new bulb.
4000: 1, 5, -1
2000: 1, 5, 0
1000: 1, 5, 1

Average screens (100-120”), 100 nits peak
4000: 3, 7, -3
2000: 3, 7, -2
1000: 3, 7, 1

Large screens (>120”), 70 nits peak
4000: N/A (cannot avoid clipping while producing good brightness; just use the 2000 nit settings.).
2000: 10, 4, -7
1000: 10, 4, -5
I just thried the settings for Large Screen, 2,000 nit since I have a 135" screen.

Basically, I had the default HDR Picture mode settings, but on low bulb. CMD on. Then I adjusted PT, DL, and BL.

WoW!

Watched Plue Planet II, Coral Reef episode tonight... 4K UHD.

Watched The Amazing Spiderman earlier today... These settings were great.

Plus, I think the picture still looks great on low bulb. Iris was set at 0.

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Finally purchased a ceiling mount to go with my rs420....got the Peerless-AV PRG-JVC-DLA.

The zoom puts the projector at a slightly different location then my sony projector. I havent tested full zoom to see where that puts me. Is there any reason to not run full zoom?

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A closer Throw is always better...........

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Finally purchased a ceiling mount to go with my rs420....got the Peerless-AV PRG-JVC-DLA.

The zoom puts the projector at a slightly different location then my sony projector. I havent tested full zoom to see where that puts me. Is there any reason to not run full zoom?

Full Zoom will economize your Lumen Output....but try to allow yourself at least 1.5' - 2' surplus Throw.


That Peerless is a good mount...but has a much higher profile than the Chief RPA281.

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Full Zoom will economize your Lumen Output....but try to allow yourself at least 1.5' - 2' surplus Throw.


That Peerless is a good mount...but has a much higher profile than the Chief RPA281.

"economize your lumen output"...thats bad right?

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"economize your lumen output"...thats bad right?

No....that means you use it all...instead of scrubbing off lumen by using a longer Throw and the long end of your Telephoto.


There was a time long and ago where it was detrimental to use a PJ at it's closest possible Throw and with the Zoom wide open. Most due to poor quality lenses. That has changed, so if you want as bright as possible an image, set the PJ to within 10% of it's closest possible Throw Distance.

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I have a DLA-x790r and having trouble getting a Samsung UBD-M8500 playing in 4K. It works okay if I set it to HDMI-2 B and play in 1080P. If I switch to A and attempt 4K it plays for a few minutes then goes to a blue screen and say no input. I can turn it off and back on same thing it plays for a few minutes then goes blue.
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I have a DLA-x790r and having trouble getting a Samsung UBD-M8500 playing in 4K. It works okay if I set it to HDMI-2 B and play in 1080P. If I switch to A and attempt 4K it plays for a few minutes then goes to a blue screen and say no input. I can turn it off and back on same thing it plays for a few minutes then goes blue.
It may be the HDMI cable, unless other devices play 4k properly.
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I have a DLA-x790r and having trouble getting a Samsung UBD-M8500 playing in 4K. It works okay if I set it to HDMI-2 B and play in 1080P. If I switch to A and attempt 4K it plays for a few minutes then goes to a blue screen and say no input. I can turn it off and back on same thing it plays for a few minutes then goes blue.
It may be the HDMI cable, unless other devices play 4k properly.
Tried that same result.
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Tried that same result.
Then it must be the cable.
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@Ras607, must be the cable, as I had that issue when I first got my RS420. Got a Ruipro certified 4K, and no troubles since. Are you going straight to projector, or thru receiver?
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I recently got an rs420 and I am trying to connect my Oppo to it. I had already bought two HDMI cable off Amazon and Ebay both claiming support for HDMI 2.0, UHD and HDR; one is 25ft and the other one is 6ft. Unfortunately, the longer cable fails when I switch to UHD in the Oppo's menu. The screen turns black and the Oppo's homepage doesn't show up. When I switch to 1080p on Oppo, there is no problem in the connection between the player and the projector.

The6ft cable however is fine with both 1080p and UHD modes in the Oppo's set up.

This might suggest the 25ft cable is faulty or the claimed specifications is false about supporting UHD. However, when I use this long cable to connect the Oppo to my computer monitor which is also UHD in resolution, all seems fine and the Oppo's home page shows up. This suggest the problem might be more complicated than simply blaming the cable. Maybe, the JVC is just too picky for the specifications of the UHD signal it receives. In any case, I do need a long cable (at least 25ft) to connect my projector to the Oppo. Can people suggest long HDMI cables (brand, specs) that has worked for their JVC projector?


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I recently got an rs420 and I am trying to connect my Oppo to it. I had already bought two HDMI cable off Amazon and Ebay both claiming support for HDMI 2.0, UHD and HDR; one is 25ft and the other one is 6ft. Unfortunately, the longer cable fails when I switch to UHD in the Oppo's menu. The screen turns black and the Oppo's homepage doesn't show up. When I switch to 1080p on Oppo, there is no problem in the connection between the player and the projector.

The6ft cable however is fine with both 1080p and UHD modes in the Oppo's set up.

This might suggest the 25ft cable is faulty or the claimed specifications is false about supporting UHD. However, when I use this long cable to connect the Oppo to my computer monitor which is also UHD in resolution, all seems fine and the Oppo's home page shows up. This suggest the problem might be more complicated than simply blaming the cable. Maybe, the JVC is just too picky for the specifications of the UHD signal it receives. In any case, I do need a long cable (at least 25ft) to connect my projector to the Oppo. Can people suggest long HDMI cables (brand, specs) that has worked for their JVC projector?


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check out this right here on avsforum. They physically test all of the cables.

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/26-ho...2834097?page=1


I tried some cables advertised as 18 gigabit per second and they will coaxial. They worked for a while and then stopped working. Got tired of that so I spent money on a 12 m ruipro cable.

Had a cable going on 1.5 years now haven't had an issue yet.

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Got tired of that so I spent money on a 12 m ruipro cable.

Had a cable going on 1.5 years now haven't had an issue yet.

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Exactly @T-Bone! 12 M Ruipro and have not looked back yet.
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Got tired of that so I spent money on a 12 m ruipro cable.

Had a cable going on 1.5 years now haven't had an issue yet.

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It's funny when I think about it. I was spending all this money on high-end equipment. Well, in my case, mid-range equipment... But when it came to the cable I was squawking over a $40 cable vs $160 cable.

Best $160 I ever spent on a cable. It just works every single time.

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