That is a good deal. Is that all I need to calibrate my RS540?
Right? No kidding... I ordered the 50 foot RUIPRO just now. Oy... hurts the bank account.
Aztar35, thank you for spending such a long time on the phone with me testing this.
I'm EXTREMELY disappointed that the JVC is doing this, when no other display device I own does (iPhone X, LG C7 OLED, iPad Pro 2017, Sony VPL-HW50ES projector, Apple 5K iMac, LG 5K display, MacBook Pro etc).
I also confirmed (for the last time!), that this bug DOES happen in the HDR version of The Greatest Showman. I took an exposure-locked screenshot with my iPhone X to show everyone the difference between DI ON and DI OFF. I really feel like the Dynamic Iris is pointless on these projectors. Sure, there may not be many instances in content where this issue occurs - but it's going to bug me knowing it COULD occur on any content. So DI needs to stay off, where this BUG (and to me it's absolutely a bug) doesn't occur.
The Greatest Showman SDR Blu-ray or UHD Blu-ray, at timestamp 48:58. Make sure there are no Blu-ray player etc menus that could affect the DI level.
Dynamic Iris OFF (note especially the horizontal crease in Jackman's shirt):
Dynamic Iris ON:
Bottom line: If you own the JVC 540/640 (can't speak for the 440), and you want to enjoy The Greatest Showman in SDR or HDR, be sure to watch it with the Dynamic Iris off. It's insane to me that I even have to type this.