Originally Posted by fedxing
Right... all assumptions
I'm not here to argue with you, if you want to call what was said in that post "assumptions", then you may.
I'll see if I can dig out some screen shots for you, they're a few hundred pages back.
Come to think of it, they're not assumptions.
Sony does not have a tone mapping feature like the new JVC's have.
JVC's contrast numbers have never been exaggerated and while the new Sony units will be better then the units that Mark had experienced, I believe they will still not surpass even the entry level JVC NX5.
So yes, in that respect, that is an assumption.
If you haven't already purchased a 295es, I would wait until the production models of the JVC's are in the hands of some of the reviewers.
They will compare the Sony's and JVC's and then you can make your decision.
And my experience with Sony is not a good one, I don't plan going with them again.
I wanted to send my 300es back to Sony and have it checked out for the contrast degradation problem and I was literally shouted at by the Sony rep "there is no contrast degradation problem" !
It was an awful experience !
There was a degradation problem with many of the models, one of the high end Sony projectors were measured when they were new and months later.
It was found that their contrast had dropped significantly, there's a whole thread about.