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I know its a JVC thread but looking for honest advice. Should I buy an openbox Sony 675ES or buy RS540 now, sell it for some loss and buy RS2000 when it comes out?

Both options will cost me roughly the same.

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If going to cost the same, then I would go RS540 and RS2000. The 2000 has too many advantages over the 675.
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3D Settings??

Hi, Everyone.
We have a family coming over tonight with a 3D copy of Polar Express. We haven't viewed a 3D Blu-Ray since we bought our X790/RS-540. Can someone give me a quick primer on the proper settings?
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Hi, Everyone.
We have a family coming over tonight with a 3D copy of Polar Express. We haven't viewed a 3D Blu-Ray since we bought our X790/RS-540. Can someone give me a quick primer on the proper settings?
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I'm on the 640 but I had a 520.. just saw the walk last night oh my god what a movie.. for you 3d glasses buy this little rubber strap they make the glasses fit nice a tight around your face much better feeling at least for me and the wife..

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Can someone explain the lens aperture setting and how you go about setting it. New to these projectors and have X790 and have on factory settings. Thanks!
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Thanks! Good idea with the glasses strap.
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Thanks! Good idea with the glasses strap.
I bought the strap because when I would walk around the room they always fell like they were going to fall and break.. But the strap have an extra benefit, the glasses now fit snug around the face and so the inmersion goes up way more.. You don't see the frame anymore and not once do u have to adjust them because they feel like they are falling.. My wife loves how they fit now..

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I have the 'regular' RPA281, not the RPMA281, purchased at the time because I didn't realize there were 2 'flavors' of this mount. Mine does not have the locking mechanism (A, B, or C), and doesn't have the 'geared' mechanism for easy adjustment of roll, pitch, yaw.

Having now become aware of the RMPA281, my plan was to replace my current mount, if I do in fact upgrade to the NX9. My thinking is that it would make adjustments much easier and more precise, as well as make it easier to unmount (should that become necessary), using the locking switch.

Your post seems to indicate the opposite was the case for you, so I'm wondering what I'm missing. Could you explain what you found to be a pain when using the locking mount?

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My experience with the locking mount was with the universal version on my sony 90es. The locking interface was 2 parts. There was a smaller plate with the studs which interface with the ceiling part. Then there was the universal spider legs which mounted to that plate and to the projector.

Problem 1... the ends of the spider which connect to mounting studs installed on the projector were not always easy engage or disengage.

Problem 2 ... getting the spider legs in the exact orientation to preserve original picture alignment was impossible, and the legs had to be removed to access the lamp module.

Your locking version may be easier in both of these areas and allow for repeat accuracy of alignment orientation.

I prefer the way the slb281 mounts to the projector with the machine bolts and then lifted onto the ceiling mount section. This setup is very accurate and repeatable, leaving no hesiation to make you procrastinate taking down the projector as needed.
You are talking about the universal plate. He was not asking about that. The universal plate is not even an option with a JVC. You have to use the custom plate with the Chief mounts.
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Can someone explain the lens aperture setting and how you go about setting it. New to these projectors and have X790 and have on factory settings. Thanks!
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@Bytehoven , thank you for all the help with settings for the Oppo. I used your forced settings and they are looking good. I did go ahead and order a Panny 820, which should arrive in the next couple of weeks. I'm going to sell the Oppo 203.

So far we have watched 3 movies in the new room: Gone Girl, The Meg, and Skyscraper! We watched Skyscraper last night; The Rock, a towering inferno of a building and an added bonus, Scream Queen, Neve Campbell!!! It was a blast and the HDR picture was superb. I was curious how well a projector could do HDR in comparison to my Sony XBR75x940C, which is a reference panel, and I'm happy to say, I believe the JVC does it just as well, if not better! I'm really enjoying my time with the new projector!
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My issues with cable and sports is the quality of the picture is horrible compared to my 65 OLED. The resolution seems to be terrible.
How far away are you from your 65" screen? How far away from your projection screen are you and what size is that screen? Want to see your OLED look bad? Go get a 15" piece of crap LED and watch it from the same distance as the 65", bet the 15" looks real nice.......
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Well my transition from Rs400 to 540 is compete, thanks Cleveland plasma! Now how do i explain to my 3 year old that Bubble Guppies can be watched on a regular tv, he insists on watching in my movie room.

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Well my transition from Rs400 to 540 is compete, thanks Cleveland plasma! Now how do i explain to my 3 year old that Bubble Guppies can be watched on a regular tv, he insists on watching in my movie room.
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Can you manually move the filter in and out of place in SDR2020 and/or HDR? I don't see a setting for this in the menus.

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Can you manually move the filter in and out of place in SDR2020 and/or HDR? I don't see a setting for this in the menus.
There is no direct control for the filter; the projector selects it automatically if the profile requires it. If you do not want the filter for SDR2020, create your own BT2020NF profile or download Manni’s.
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Well my transition from Rs400 to 540 is compete, thanks Cleveland plasma! Now how do i explain to my 3 year old that Bubble Guppies can be watched on a regular tv, he insists on watching in my movie room.
Clearly he has inherited the video gene. You should be proud of fathering the youngest member of AVSForum.
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I just pulled the trigger on the X790R to replace my 8 year old Epson 9700UB. I almost went with the Sony 285ES for native 4k, but every comparison I've seen says that from viewing distance (11ft for me and 100" screen), the difference is barely noticeable and the JVC absolutely crushes the Sony on blacks. Now that the price has dropped below the Sony, I wasn't sure the Sony was worth the extra money.

I assume the Chief mount that came with my Epson will mount on the JVC?
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I just pulled the trigger on the X790R to replace my 8 year old Epson 9700UB. I almost went with the Sony 285ES for native 4k, but every comparison I've seen says that from viewing distance (11ft for me and 100" screen), the difference is barely noticeable and the JVC absolutely crushes the Sony on blacks. Now that the price has dropped below the Sony, I wasn't sure the Sony was worth the extra money.

I assume the Chief mount that came with my Epson will mount on the JVC?
Congrats. The chief ceiling mount section will work, but you need vthe slb281 interface for the projector. I got mine from B & H because ut was next day ground from nyc to my location..
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I just pulled the trigger on the X790R to replace my 8 year old Epson 9700UB. I almost went with the Sony 285ES for native 4k, but every comparison I've seen says that from viewing distance (11ft for me and 100" screen), the difference is barely noticeable and the JVC absolutely crushes the Sony on blacks. Now that the price has dropped below the Sony, I wasn't sure the Sony was worth the extra money.

I assume the Chief mount that came with my Epson will mount on the JVC?
Congrats on the new JVC ! I went from the Epson 9700UB also to the JVC X770 . I used the same ceiling plate but had to get a new mount for the JVC.
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Congrats on the new JVC ! I went from the Epson 9700UB also to the JVC X770 . I used the same ceiling plate but had to get a new mount for the JVC.
So which of these two did you need?

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...Interface.html

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https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...tor_Mount.html
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The upper parts mounts to the projector.

The bottom part should be what you already have as part of your chief ceiling mount setup.

The 6 posts on the top part, slide into 6 slots of the bottom piece. The bottom piece attaches to a 1.5" diameter threaded pipe which is attached to the ceiling by a flange.
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The upper parts mounts to the projector.

The bottom part should be what you already have as part of your chief ceiling mount setup.

The 6 posts on the top part, slide into 6 slots of the bottom piece. The bottom piece attaches to a 1.5" diameter threaded pipe which is attached to the ceiling by a flange.
Ah. I gotcha. Thanks for the help. Going to order now so it’s all here when the JVC arrives.
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Hi, Mike. Much as I would like to purchase the new N7, I think it is out of my price range. As such I am considering the X9900 or the X9500. Given some of the sharpness issues and light corners, would you agree with Javs that one would be better off getting the older model over this years X-9900 (RS640)? Also, do you have any info as to how the 3D compares between the X-9900 vs. the older X-9500? was there an improvement in crosstalk and ghosting reduction with the newer model? Any opinion you can offer would really help with finalising my decision. Thanks.
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Official JVC - 20LTD - RS640 (x990/x9900) - RS540 (X790/x7900) - Owners Thread

I just ordered a x990 from a local dealer for a great price. Upgrading from a 65es. I’m still keeping my rs3000 order. Fingers crossed that i get a good sample.


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Ah. I gotcha. Thanks for the help. Going to order now so it’s all here when the JVC arrives.
The bottom listing you had actually has both parts, the gimble which you may already have, and the same plate as listed in the first listing. In any case, you would not need to order both. Get either just the plate or the full kit, depending on if you have that same gimble as pictured in the *second* link.


If your Epson had the newer cast metal part rather than stamped steel gimble, then you need the 281 SLM plate.

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Hi, Mike. Much as I would like to purchase the new N7, I think it is out of my price range. As such I am considering the X9900 or the X9500. Given some of the sharpness issues and light corners, would you agree with Javs that one would be better off getting the older model over this years X-9900 (RS640)? Also, do you have any info as to how the 3D compares between the X-9900 vs. the older X-9500? was there an improvement in crosstalk and ghosting reduction with the newer model? Any opinion you can offer would really help with finalising my decision. Thanks.
It's like a box of chocolates, your not guaranteed anything regardless of what way you go. My RS540 was comparable to my RS400 which was pretty decent.

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The bottom listing you had actually has both parts, the gimble which you may already have, and the same plate as listed in the first listing. In any case, you would not need to order both. Get either just the plate or the full kit, depending on if you have that same gimble as pictured in the *second* link.


If your Epson had the newer cast metal part rather than stamped steel gimble, then you need the 281 SLM plate.
I think I just need the plate based on the attached image, right?
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The bottom listing you had actually has both parts, the gimble which you may already have, and the same plate as listed in the first listing. In any case, you would not need to order both. Get either just the plate or the full kit, depending on if you have that same gimble as pictured in the *second* link.


If your Epson had the newer cast metal part rather than stamped steel gimble, then you need the 281 SLM plate.
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I think I just need the plate based on the attached image, right?
Based on your image it looks like you just need the plate.
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Hi, Mike. Much as I would like to purchase the new N7, I think it is out of my price range. As such I am considering the X9900 or the X9500. Given some of the sharpness issues and light corners, would you agree with Javs that one would be better off getting the older model over this years X-9900 (RS640)? Also, do you have any info as to how the 3D compares between the X-9900 vs. the older X-9500? was there an improvement in crosstalk and ghosting reduction with the newer model? Any opinion you can offer would really help with finalising my decision. Thanks.
I think of it this way. The new units are a bit of an unknown quantity still, but have great potential, particularly at sorting a lot of the annoyances with the outgoing DLA-X series; many of which are ever present even at the pinnacle of X95/9900. I think now is a bad time to buy a DLA-X personally; however good the prices being offered on them are, if the N7 turns out to be a great unit the bottom will drop out of the used pricing on DLA-X as there will be a lot on the market; so whatever you'll pay for a DLA-X today is probably too much (even if it seems very good compared to what they were).

The current pricing on DLA-X isn't being put out there to do you (the customer) "a favour". It is for other's benefit, to carry on being able to sell something which has had it's value diminished just by the mere demonstration of the new units. Once there out there for real the values will keep going down. I don't think it will be long until the current DLA-X units are changing hand for the pittances the HD units and X3/X30 series etc all go for.

The smart money (if you don't absolutely have to buy now, this minute) has to be to wait.
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Well my transition from Rs400 to 540 is compete, thanks Cleveland plasma! Now how do i explain to my 3 year old that Bubble Guppies can be watched on a regular tv, he insists on watching in my movie room.
I am considering the switch to the 540 also. In your opinion is the picture quality worth the expenditure? I am using an RS40 now
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