Originally Posted by wes k
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?
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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