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Mine (RS540) is on the way as is a Monoprice Ultra HD 4K Fixed Frame Projection Screen. Any experience with 3D with this screen PJ combo. Polarization retention?


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No experience with this screen, but what is the spec'd gain of the screen. If it's <1.3 you're probably okay. Its the higher gain screens that have issues retaining polarization.

I have an Elite Cinewhite screen (1.1 gain I believe) and have no issues using regular XPand glasses.

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Finally!!! I bought today my first projector, a X7900 (RS540). Found a "good deal" (3599€) on Black Friday week in Spain (the price went down from 6000€ to 4500€ in october). Before buying, I could test back to back the JVC RS540U and the Sony vw295es in the dealers shop. The difference in black levels between them is notorious (black bars when displaying a 2:35 film in a 16:9 screen were grey in the sony and black in the JVC), and was the key factor for me to buy the JVC. Both projectrs were uncalibrated, colors were more "natural" and motion was better in the sony, but contrast and saturation was better in the JVC.
I am looking to buy a 128 inch 2:35 fixed screen. The room is dedicated and completely light controlled, but walls and ceiling are white. I have in mind an Elite Screen white matte 1.1 gain, should it be ok for this projector considering the room conditions? or should I get a grey 1.5 gain screen?
I am in the market for a new projector and really want to buy another JVC but the motion issue concerns me. I used to own a JVC RS2 but I couldn't stand the motion issues with it, especially in movies when the camera slowly panned from side to side. I eventually sold it and got a Sony HW50 and it made a huge difference in that respect.

How much better is the RS540 with motion vs the old RS2? And does anyone know if the new JVC 4k projectors (NX5 or NX7) will be even better for motion?

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Good advice. FYI, there are no windows in the room, so I guess that should help. The message is clear, I have to work on minimizing reflections caused by white/clear paint walls/ceiling. At least black all walls/ceiling, 1 meter from the screen. Best case scenario, black velveting them.
The velvet would be less permanent, but paint is certainly cheaper. Sherwin Williams makes a pro paint that is pre-tinted pure black at the factory in a matte finish (ProMar 400). It is about $70 a gallon retail but is always sold at a ridiculous discount to contractors. Both stores I went in picked a contractor code at random to give me a discount. Paid $27 a gallon the first time and $16 a gallon for the next can (so I bought a third for good measure).

This is the best value in velvet: http://a.co/d/hBTVgjg Would be ideal to tack up around your screen on the front wall and on the ceiling and sidewalls if you can get away with it. In one builpd I framed out the front wall with theatrical curtains. about 2 feet out, and on my current build I put in a false wall at the same distance. Both solutions allow you to completely black out the area around the screen and provide a natural looking transition to the living space. More black without an awkward transition makes it look purposeful.


I will say my wife was skeptical about painting the ceiling until she sat in the room afterwards and was amazed. She actually just sat there without the projector on and enjoyed the cozy feel. I suggest you search Houzz, or even the build forums here, for pictures of great theaters with dark color schemes so she can see what the end result would be.
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Question, does double stacking two RS540's work? Just wondering if they can maintain focus and pixel alignment with each other?

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Finally!!! I bought today my first projector, a X7900 (RS540). Found a "good deal" (3599€) on Black Friday week in Spain (the price went down from 6000€ to 4500€ in october). Before buying, I could test back to back the JVC RS540U and the Sony vw295es in the dealers shop. The difference in black levels between them is notorious (black bars when displaying a 2:35 film in a 16:9 screen were grey in the sony and black in the JVC), and was the key factor for me to buy the JVC. Both projectrs were uncalibrated, colors were more "natural" and motion was better in the sony, but contrast and saturation was better in the JVC.
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Question, does double stacking two RS540's work? Just wondering if they can maintain focus and pixel alignment with each other?
Doubtful. The two I've had drift a lot during warmup, and I'd be surprised if they drifted in the same way repeatably.
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Apologies if this was asked but I tried searching this thread for "3d" and came up empty. I'm trying to find out what I need to view 3d movies with my x790R. I'm using a panasonic ub820 blu ray player. I saw a jvc wireless 3d RF emitter; do I need this? Also, JVC brand 3d glasses seem pricey. Any alternatives recommended? From people who've tried 3d movies with this projector, what was the experience? Really impressive, just ok, or not worth it? Thanks
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Doubtful. The two I've had drift a lot during warmup, and I'd be surprised if they drifted in the same way repeatably.
Indeed. I paid attention tonight and mine drifts for close to 90 minutes. It doesn't really matter for regular viewing but aligning two units must be a nightmare.
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Apologies if this was asked but I tried searching this thread for "3d" and came up empty. I'm trying to find out what I need to view 3d movies with my x790R. I'm using a panasonic ub820 blu ray player. I saw a jvc wireless 3d RF emitter; do I need this? Also, JVC brand 3d glasses seem pricey. Any alternatives recommended? From people who've tried 3d movies with this projector, what was the experience? Really impressive, just ok, or not worth it? Thanks
Yah you need the JVC emitter or there's an Expand aftermarket one recommended by the experts for sale at ebay. It's this one(if still in stock):

https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Xpand-3...d=273505767487

Then the glasses are Xpand as well which if you go back a page there's a link to the high end ones needed for screens with higher gains, and the reg models on amazon are these:

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Read this from Dr. Horrible great article on which 3D glasses to get for the JVC projectors. http://crimdom.net/2018/02/jvc-rs640-projector/

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I am in the market for a new projector and really want to buy another JVC but the motion issue concerns me. I used to own a JVC RS2 but I couldn't stand the motion issues with it, especially in movies when the camera slowly panned from side to side. I eventually sold it and got a Sony HW50 and it made a huge difference in that respect.

How much better is the RS540 with motion vs the old RS2? And does anyone know if the new JVC 4k projectors (NX5 or NX7) will be even better for motion?

Thanks!
The motion in JVC has come a long ways and is a lot better than the RS2. Still, I think the HW50 is probably better in this regard still. JVC said that they have improved motion a lot in the new line, but I think it's going to require seeing it in person to know for sure.

Personally, I dont like the motion enhancers on either the sony or the jvc.

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Hi, markmon1

I like to watch a lot of sports programming how do the current JVC's do in that regard thanks?

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Projector noise with manual aperture

Today, when trying to set the aperture to "manual" I noticed a constant noise coming from the projector. If someone can explain and provide a solution, I would appreciate it.
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Today, when trying to set the aperture to "manual" I noticed a constant noise coming from the projector. If someone can explain and provide a solution, I would appreciate it.
The noise should not be “constant”; it only lasts for a few seconds as the lamp iris changes from one position to another.

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The noise should not be “constant”; it only lasts for a few seconds are the lamp iris changes from one position to another.
That's what I would've expected. Appears that my 990 has a problem. :-( Thanks.

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That's what I would've expected. Appears that my 990 has a problem. :-( Thanks Willie.
There have been a few of us whose irises have died. It seems to be the lamp iris that is vulnerable to getting itself in a state. there are some videos in this thread. Most have been replaced, a couple repaired.
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I like to watch a lot of sports programming how do the current JVC's do in that regard thanks?
I've had my RS540 for a couple of months now, and have watched quite a bit of football and basketball, mostly from YouTube TV then through an Oppo-203. Not sure if the Oppo is doing anything, but the motion seems fine to me.
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There have been a few of us whose irises have died. It seems to be the lamp iris that is vulnerable to getting itself in a state. there are some videos in this thread. Most have been replaced, a couple repaired.
Thanks Bob. I've also encountered several shutdowns with unusual blinking lights on the front of the JVC when switching activities. No idea if these are related but would assume so.
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Hi,darrellh44

Thanks for the reply that's good to know. I'll be installing my projector tomorrow.

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Thanks Bob. I've also encountered several shutdowns with unusual blinking lights on the front of the JVC when switching activities. No idea if these are related but would assume so.
Likely related. There is some sensing on the iris motor it seems and after a certain amount of time grinding it shuts the projector down. If you want to use the unit in the meantime, set your HDR, 3D and SDR modes to have the same manual iris setting - this will stop it trying to adjust the iris.
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I've had my RS540 for a couple of months now, and have watched quite a bit of football and basketball, mostly from YouTube TV then through an Oppo-203. Not sure if the Oppo is doing anything, but the motion seems fine to me.
I have the X790 and I am coming from a Runco LS-1 which was a DLP and when I watch sports I can tell that the motion is just not on par with what I use to have. Now it isn't terrible but it just isn't as smooth when watching hockey, football or basketball. I mostly watch movies and play games so this isn't a huge issue for me.

If I watched a lot of sports I don't think I would recommend a JVC projector at this time, maybe the newer ones will have corrected this issue. I would probably look into a Sony as I have heard they have much better motion handling or maybe an Epson as my buddy has one of these and we watch sports on it and it looks much better then my JVC.
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Thanks, coxy2416 for the info. Right now I'm using a Sony VPL-HW40es and the motion on it is very good for watching sports.
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Likely related. There is some sensing on the iris motor it seems and after a certain amount of time grinding it shuts the projector down. If you want to use the unit in the meantime, set your HDR, 3D and SDR modes to have the same manual iris setting - this will stop it trying to adjust the iris.
Thanks Bob but that won't help in my situation; the noise continues even when staying in a given mode, without switching.
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Thanks Bob but that won't help in my situation; the noise continues even when staying in a given mode, without switching.
You might find that switching to Manual iris and going up and down the iris settings you can get it to settle down. In certain iris settings (around the middle) it would get into the mode of grinding back and forth and eventually shutting down; at iris 0 it had more chance of stopping making the noise.
Is it making the noise even from power on?

In any case, you're going to have to get some help from your dealer and / or JVC.

Here is the last post (I think) where I was tracking the poor unfortunates like me who'd been struck by this issue.

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You might find that switching to Manual iris and going up and down the iris settings you can get it to settle down. In certain iris settings (around the middle) it would get into the mode of grinding back and forth and eventually shutting down; at iris 0 it had more chance of stopping making the noise.
Is it making the noise even from power on?

In any case, you're going to have to get some help from your dealer and / or JVC.

Here is the last post (I think) where I was tracking the poor unfortunates like me who'd been struck by this issue.

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Thanks again Bob. As long as I set the iris at 0, the noise stops. Also, if I set the iris at a different number, the grinding resumes. After powering it off, when I power it back on, the noise is gone.
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Thanks again Bob. As long as I set the iris at 0, the noise stops. Also, if I set the iris at a different number, the grinding resumes. After powering it off, when I power it back on, the noise is gone.
In that case set all your modes to iris 0, power off, and when it comes back you should at least be able to carry on using it until you get it repaired or replaced
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In that case set all your modes to iris 0, power off, and when it comes back you should at least be able to carry on using it until you get it repaired or replaced
Actually, I was able to set iris to -9 for the SDR mode and after turning it off, it was quiet when I turned it back on, even at that setting. Obviously, since it's only 3 months old and has < 400 hours, I would want a replacement and NOT a B stock unit! Not sure what I would get as a replacement? In the meantime, I have the settings for the modes I plan to use where I want them. Thanks again.
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Resurrection! LOL

Just to be clear, that measurement from the projector to the screen is from the front of the lens, correct?
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I own the RS 600 and am considering an upgrade to the RS 540. My only issues with the 600 are HDR, which I now just bypass with an HDFury. Is this more of a “sidegrade” than an upgrade? My 600 has been calibrated by Chad B, and is a great projector minus the HDR mess. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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