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I have an RS2000 sitting in front of me ready to be powered on in a few hours.

Warning! Dumbass questions follow!

1. What are the first 4 or five things I should check on it?

2. I notice people have been indicating that they needing to adjust a specific color pixel left/right/up/down etc. What is that in reference to? How do I check that and how do I adjust that?

3. Convergence? Wait 30 minutes with the unit on to check it? How?

4. Something specific I should pick up for test patterns?

5. Auto 1 or 2 on the DI shows yellowing?
Not dumb questions. However, I tell newbies who ask these: if you don't know what to look for, why bother unless you see something in your regular viewing? I've seen people asking about how to check for uniformity problems, for example, when they don't even know what it really is and would likely not even see an issue if they have to ask about it. I would just make sure your unit is working well and making sure nothing doesn't stand out in function and content. If you see something or experience something that doesn't seem right - then it's worth exploring. Otherwise, you're just creating potentially needless problems for yourself.
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Hello friends, new owner here of the JVC RS1000. I want say thank you to @Mike Garrett for helping me with my selection - you rock, sir!

I performed a smoke test to make sure that the unit was functioning properly, and to ensure there were no obvious problems. Let me say how impressed I am by the image this projector puts out. Out of the box settings with no adjustments (with the exception of lens shift upwards to center on wall), and projecting random samples from my chromecast ultra have me grinning from ear to ear. I’m just projecting to an unfinished drywall, so I can only imagine that with a proper projection screen, the image comes even more to life.

Let me say that I am an average joe when it comes to A/V, just for the record. Regardless, though, my eyes are incredibly happy with what I’m seeing. Some snaps from my iPhone XS:










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You aren't comparing apples to apples when going from 1080p to 4k in ANY regard, which is part of the reason you can't just boil it all down to distance vs screen size for a given resolution. You will always be comparing 1080p streamed to 4k streamed, or 1080p blu ray to 4k UHD blu ray, and that is as close to "apples to apples" as you can get.

To your point, I might argue: if you can display 4x the information at only 2x the bitrate of data, then there is more compression. But also to your point, the question there would be whether the compression is lossy or not. H265 is not a lossless compression, but it is probably better than H264 at the same bitrate.
Yup, HDR alone tips the scales in favor of UHD, let alone the resolution.

Sometimes UHD is only 1.5 times the bitrate as HD, which means there is DEFINITELY more compression, but also there is DEFINITELY more efficient compression, leading to in most cases less compression artifact, plus a LOT more pixels for the artifact to hide in. Some of the earlier BDs are TINY in bitrate terms, especially encoded in an inferior VC-1, leading to VERY poor PQ.

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Hello friends, new owner here of the JVC RS1000. I want say thank you to @Mike Garrett for helping me with my selection - you rock, sir!

I performed a smoke test to make sure that the unit was functioning properly, and to ensure there were no obvious problems. Let me say how impressed I am by the image this projector puts out. Out of the box settings with no adjustments (with the exception of lens shift upwards to center on wall), and projecting random samples from my chromecast ultra have me grinning from ear to ear. I’m just projecting to an unfinished drywall, so I can only imagine that with a proper projection screen, the image comes even more to life.

Let me say that I am an average joe when it comes to A/V, just for the record. Regardless, though, my eyes are incredibly happy with what I’m seeing. Some snaps from my iPhone XS:










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Congrats! I should be getting my nx5 soon. What pj are you coming from?

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Congrats! I should be getting my nx5 soon. What pj are you coming from?



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I’m coming from no projector. This is the first projector I have ever owned.
Awesome! Once you go projector, you can never go back.
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I’m coming from no projector. This is the first projector I have ever owned


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That’s awesome! Enjoy your new pj for years to come and don’t get caught up in the over analyzing, just enjoy!!

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Just received my RS2000. Where in the box does it say when it was made?


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While I wait for the replacement for my RS3000 with the yellow splotch I have my home automation guys adding control of the projector. They are using the serial connection. Everything is working expect the power on command. Is anyone use RS232 for control and gotten power on to work?

Also a side note on the projector. In addition to the yellow splotch it has now developed the blue/purple band along the bottom edge of the picture. Interesting that this was not there a couple of days ago.
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1. Put on the Lens adjustment on your screen. Turn off CMD, Turn on Auto Aperture - Auto 2 and then play your favorite movie and watch it - without a care in the world :-)

If you are playing HDR go to Gamma setting and based on your screen adjust Auto tone map (if larger than 100 inch 1 gain move slider to right, if smaller or higher gain move to left)

2 and 3 are the same: let the PJ run for 30 minutes go to INSTALLATION menu - select pixel adjust - Select Whole screen. It will show a white pattern. Pixel peep at the screen start with the center and see if you see any red or blue lines if you do make a few clicks on the remote to adjust. Then move to the sides and see if there are any major variances.

4. There are several patterns- I picked up the free Mehanik HDR patterns just for kicks but I find that even without any adjustments the picture is quite good.

5. Yes with DI engaged there is a yellow tint - best not to check it because is you see it once you can’t unsee it


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Not dumb questions. However, I tell newbies who ask these: if you don't know what to look for, why bother unless you see something in your regular viewing? I've seen people asking about how to check for uniformity problems, for example, when they don't even know what it really is and would likely not even see an issue if they have to ask about it. I would just make sure your unit is working well and making sure nothing doesn't stand out in function and content. If you see something or experience something that doesn't seem right - then it's worth exploring. Otherwise, you're just creating potentially needless problems for yourself.


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Awesome! Once you go projector, you can never go back.


Same here. First projector I’ve ever owned.
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Wasn't Zombie supposed to get a 2000 Fri? Or maybe I missed his first impressions post(?). Zombie, did you get your 2000??

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Wasn't Zombie supposed to get a 2000 Fri? Or maybe I missed his first impressions post(?).
I was thinking the same thing, hope he didn’t get a defective unit...
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Not dumb questions. However, I tell newbies who ask these: if you don't know what to look for, why bother unless you see something in your regular viewing? I've seen people asking about how to check for uniformity problems, for example, when they don't even know what it really is and would likely not even see an issue if they have to ask about it. I would just make sure your unit is working well and making sure nothing doesn't stand out in function and content. If you see something or experience something that doesn't seem right - then it's worth exploring. Otherwise, you're just creating potentially needless problems for yourself.
That right there is the best advise......
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Those of you with an ATV 4K can you let me know if you see gradient banding on the main screen as you move your finger over the trackpad highlighting the icon, is the highlight smooth or does it have banding? I'd trying to figure out why the ATV 4K is showing gradient banding on my RS2000 but when I input my HTPC it's smooth. I'm not seeing the gradient banding on my Samsung 4K HDR via ATV 4K when doing the above test.
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What did you all suggest when watching a 3840x2160 film to have it fill the entire screen? What mode do I need to change it to? I have bars on the left and right.

Was it PC?

I’ve lined everything up using the internal grid, but watching UHD films it still has bars on the left and the right.

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What did you all suggest when watching a 3840x2160 film to have it fill the entire screen? What mode do I need to change it to? I have bars on the left and right.

Was it PC?
You either have black bars on the left right, or you change the Aspect ratio to Zoom to fill the width but trim the top and bottom.
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What did you all suggest when watching a 3840x2160 film to have it fill the entire screen? What mode do I need to change it to? I have bars on the left and right.

Was it PC?

I’ve lined everything up using the internal grid, but watching UHD films it still has bars on the left and the right.
You have a 16:9 screen. When showing 16:9 content, you will completely fill your screen. When showing scope content, you should have black bars top and bottom.
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You either have black bars on the left right, or you change the Aspect ratio to Zoom to fill the width but trim the top and bottom.


That seems odd. Is that correct?

I’m watching it on a 16:9 screen. I know I’ll have bars on the top and bottom - but the sides are confusing me.
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You have a 16:9 screen. When showing 16:9 content, you will completely fill your screen. When showing scope content, you should have black bars top and bottom.


I got black bars on the sides unless I zoom when watching scope content.

That correct?

EDIT - Just watched some 16:9 content and it doesn’t fill the screen. Hmmmm. Odd. Bars on all four sides.

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That seems odd. Is that correct?

I’m watching it on a 16:9 screen. I know I’ll have bars on the top and bottom - but the sides are confusing me.
Not odd at all. The projector has a 17:9 aspect ratio (4096x2160) and the image won’t fit your screen exactly.
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I got black bars on the sides unless I zoom when watching scope content.

That correct?

EDIT - Just watched some 16:9 content and it doesn’t fill the screen. Hmmmm. Odd. Bars on all four sides.
When viewing 16:9 content adjust the zoom to fill the screen. This is the expected behavior and how we all fill our screens.
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Couple of updates...

1. Now that I have noticed the yellowing with DI engaged, it’s driving me absolutely crazy. Lol. I have decided to turn off the DI and use the manual iris set to 0. I’m projecting on a1.3 gain ambient light rejecting grey screen. It does have a slight shimmer to it but doesn’t take away from the image quality at all. Having said that, I might just leave the DI off as the image looks stunning as is. Here is a very good representation of what I see on the screen...



2. I’m running firmware version 1.7 and receiving version 1.20 tomorrow.

3. My new XPAND 3D glasses arrive tomorrow. Yay! Plan on watching all my 3D collection over again. 🙂
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Not odd at all. The projector has a 17:9 aspect ratio (4096x2160) and the image won’t fit your screen exactly.


Aight. Fair enough. What about 16:9 content not filling all four sides?
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Not odd at all. The projector has a 17:9 aspect ratio (4096x2160) and the image won’t fit your screen exactly.
This statement is a bit confusing. When feeding 16:9 content, it will project a 16:9 image, but it does so in a 17:9 "container" with black bars on either side. The 16:9 image between the bars will still fill the screen exactly provided you adjust your lens zoom in order for it to do so. Just zoom until all of the bars are gone.
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Aight. Fair enough. What about 16:9 content not filling all four sides?
16:9 will fill all four sides if you zoom to fit the height. The left/right black bars are not part of the content and will fall outside the screen area.
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16:9 will fill all four sides if you zoom to fit the height. The left/right black bars are not part of the content and will fall outside the screen area.


Got it, so zooming and adjusting so that the grid on the projector itself fits my screen doesn’t translate to content fitting the same way.

The grid is just for adjustment and alignment purposes?

On the other hand, I have black bars on the top and bottom of the blue projector background. I’m assuming that’s due to it being a 17:9 image and not a 16:9 image.
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Got it, so zooming and adjusting so that the grid on the projector itself fits my screen doesn’t translate to content fitting the same way.

The grid is just for adjustment and alignment purposes?

On the other hand, I have black bars on the top and bottom of the blue projector background. I’m assuming that’s due to it being a 17:9 image and not a 16:9 image.


The patten that is projected has a second set of vertical lines inwards from the outermost edge. Those are the 16:9 pattern bars. Zoom so those line up with the edge of your screen. Yes, you will have image spillover on the sides with the pattern adjusted this way. Won’t matter when playing any content. Scope content will have bars on top and bottom of image.


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