Originally Posted by GregCh
Don't you think that if JVC delivers a new series of excellent projectors that are trouble free in the end, then all the delay issues will be forgotten? Personally, I want JVC to deliver a trouble free product and I can wait a few more weeks if that is what it takes.
Seriously, I do not agree. This is not an IPhone (wait they know their delivery date) or a new LG flagship TV (Oh wait they know their delivery date). This thing costs as much as a small low end car and frankly if you are playing in that market you had better have your crap together and not announce something especially expected delivery date, that can't be met. If it is not ready they simply could have said delivery early 2019 and Pre-orders will take place 60 days prior. Not exactly rocket science. Marketing 101. No they wanted to try to take away some of Sony's thunder and right now it is backfiring with most, other than the JVC fanatics, are not happy and have a sour taste in their mouth IF THIS IS TRUE.
I am still willing to see. I may even wait to 2019 to get it if that is the case however now JVC had better show why it is worth the crap and the wait.
Home Theater: JVC RS2000, Stewart 120" 2:35 StudioTech 130, Panamorph DCR Lens, B&W 802 Nautilus, HTM1, 4-B&W 805's for surround, 4-Martin Logan 22's ceiling speakers ATMOS, 2- PB-16 Ultra Subs, Marantz 8802A, MacIntosh 8207 AMP and Proceed AMP 5, Panasonic 820, Apple TV, XBox One, HTPC with MadVR, Qnap NAS