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post #8551 of 19416 Old 03-27-2019, 06:52 AM
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The DI artifact has been fixed, Im also on 2.04 and I no longer have the yellow. The DI auto 2 is also much more stable, it doesnt flicker when just two small roman numerals are on the screen as in VI (white letters on black background) Im very happy with the new fix, just wish though that they would tell us what the fixes are doing rather than us discovering the fixes by ourselves...
Is the black floor any better? Does it get darker say on ending credits with only 1 name on the whole screen than it use to?

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I thought that might be an issue as well. I've tried 2, 4, and an 8 gig flash drives all with same result


I had this same problem. I went through two before I found a third that would work. It was a newer drive. That’s the only difference.

Make sure you have the unzipped folder in the root directory.
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Let me just say how impressed I am that JVC is doing these fixes so fast. For some it may seem a while but as any software engineer knows when you fix one thing you can break two and need to fix those also so it takes time. I can't think of another projector company that has responded so fast to issues. That in itself for me outweighs some other things I may like in another brand. Not to get off topic but I see all the conversation in another thread about the BenQ990 and my biggest concern is that it is a Church/Business projector market not a home theater projector so things we may need they may not fix. My Optoma you need to actually mail in to get a firmware update. No way I will ever get a projector that you need to do that with again.

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I had this same problem. I went through two before I found a third that would work. It was a newer drive. That’s the only difference.

Make sure you have the unzipped folder in the root directory.
Thanks, it's definitely unzipped and in the root directory. I'll dig up another flash drive it keep trying!

Per the instructions, the flash drive should be inserted while the PJ is off and turned on with flash drive already inserted. I've followed those instructions but i'm really curious if that matters?
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Is the black floor any better? Does it get darker say on ending credits with only 1 name on the whole screen than it use to?
Mark is that just issue with this line - I have noticed as well an overall raising of black floor with HDR- Contrast is friggin amazing on SDR on my setup so it noticeable-
Its not just open iris either- even if I close iris to same level in HDR as I have on sdr (-10) its just overall brighter floor - as well bright corners are way more present with HDR material-
hardly any with SDR

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Are there many RS3000 (NX9) in the hands of forum members yet? Hopefully, once the various concerns are worked out (software, quality control, etc), we can get some impressions of how the "big lens" is working out.

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Hmmmmm. I can get red dead set correctly in the middle - but it’ll still be off on one corner. You’re saying if red is off anywhere a whole pixel that’s a huge problem?
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Are there many RS3000 (NX9) in the hands of forum members yet? Hopefully, once the various concerns are worked out (software, quality control, etc), we can get some impressions of how the "big lens" is working out.
Quite a few forum members with RS3000/NX9's. Those were the first JVC's to ship.
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The US JVC support site still has no mention of v2.04 (still shows v2.01, 3/15/19). Does anyone have firm information as to an approximate public release date?

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Mortal Engines is very impressive 4K disc (8K master) for those looking not have to keep watching Lucy😁
2 other very impressive HDR discs don't see mentioned much are Exodus and Grease -
Totally agree! Mortal Engines was the best 4K movie I have sent to date.

Lucy, Jumanji and The Greatest Showman were all really good as well.
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Totally agree! Mortal Engines was the best 4K movie I have sent to date.

Lucy, Jumanji and The Greatest Showman were all really good as well.

I loved Mortal Engines. The 4K disc is incredible. It's my main go to disc with Lucy in second.


The dynamic range in Mortal Engines really shows what these new projectors are made of.
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Let me just say how impressed I am that JVC is doing these fixes so fast. For some it may seem a while but as any software engineer knows when you fix one thing you can break two and need to fix those also so it takes time. I can't think of another projector company that has responded so fast to issues. That in itself for me outweighs some other things I may like in another brand. Not to get off topic but I see all the conversation in another thread about the BenQ990 and my biggest concern is that it is a Church/Business projector market not a home theater projector so things we may need they may not fix. My Optoma you need to actually mail in to get a firmware update. No way I will ever get a projector that you need to do that with again.

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That is true, firmware updates do not come out that fast usually, especially back to back......
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Thanks, it's definitely unzipped and in the root directory. I'll dig up another flash drive it keep trying!
Per the instructions, the flash drive should be inserted while the PJ is off and turned on with flash drive already inserted. I've followed those instructions but i'm really curious if that matters?
It worked for me with plugging in the stick while the projector was running and selecting update in the menu.
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Pixel correction?

What does one do if the red over white vertical is correct in the centre, but the outside right white vertical line has the red half a pixel over the the right of the white vertical, and the outside left vertical white, the red vertical is to the left of the white vertical line.

Red vertical goes in opposite directions on either side of the screen...



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Red vertical left of screen is to the left of the white vertical

Red vertical right of screen is to the right of the white vertical

Red centre of the screen is correct with white vertical



If you correct the right hand side of the screen the left side gets worse etc etc...


I have the same thing on my 1st rs3000 that i received. Jvc said this is considered to be within spec and to use zone convergence. They did agree to exchange due to a very noisy DI. I’m currently evaluating my 3rd replacement unit. Jury is still out.

One thing i will say is that the lens on the 3000 does appear to need a few hours to break in. Eventually, convergence improved drastically and i disabled all corrections. Also, dont even go pixel peeping until the lens has warmed up for about an hour.


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JVC videos where several of the features are explained.
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Not sure if this video has already been posted.

Here's one of my favourite AVS posters, who calibrated the JVC for the demo, commenting about the projector (Kris Deering) along with SpareChange.

Edit: Looks like it has been posted so for those who missed it (like me) here it is again.



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Thanks, it's definitely unzipped and in the root directory. I'll dig up another flash drive it keep trying!



Per the instructions, the flash drive should be inserted while the PJ is off and turned on with flash drive already inserted. I've followed those instructions but i'm really curious if that matters?
Make sure the actual folder is placed in the root directory (not the files directly) and correctly named.

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Yep, extracted and copied the exact folder (no changed names) to a freshly formatted flash drive (fat32) in root directory.

I'll keep trying other flash drives, just thought I'd see if anyone else is experiencing the same or had any other tips.

Appreciate the help
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Is the black floor any better? Does it get darker say on ending credits with only 1 name on the whole screen than it use to?

I think a lot of this has to do with the black floor on the signal coming in, I know when I had problems with this simply lowering the brightness setting on the projector down to -3 or so would get the DI fully engaged with credits and openings like that.
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Mark is that just issue with this line - I have noticed as well an overall raising of black floor with HDR- Contrast is friggin amazing on SDR on my setup so it noticeable-

Its not just open iris either- even if I close iris to same level in HDR as I have on sdr (-10) its just overall brighter floor - as well bright corners are way more present with HDR material-

hardly any with SDR

Hmm maybe this explains why I’m not still seeing this problem as I’m mapping HDR to SDR in madVR before it goes to the projector, but when I was sending HDR to the JVC lowering the brightness level fixed this for me.
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Not sure if this video has already been posted.

Here's one of my favourite AVS posters, who calibrated the JVC for the demo, commenting about the projector (Kris Deering) along with SpareChange.

Edit: Looks like it has been posted so for those who missed it (like me) here it is again.


I saw that exact same footage on the NX9 at JVC Mississauga. The picture was fantastic and the best I have ever seen!
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Since the topic of zone convergence has come up again, I will post this pic. I mentioned I used it on my RS520 and the consensus was it would produce artifacts. One specific scene that was mentioned that would show this was in Lucy with the Mob bosses jacket. There as no time stamp given so I just snapped a pic that had the jacket featured prominently. I don't see any issues using it and post this for people on the fence. YMMV.
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First post and fairly new rs1000 owner here, but I've lurked on the forums for some time. Had a few small hiccups with random vertical lines across the image requiring shutting down and restarting PJ but not a deal breaker. Assuming software will fix, no issues with image quality whatsoever.
This is interesting to me. I've been seeing this on a number of occasions on my RS3000 after I updated to 1.20 from 1.17 and then also on 2.01. In my case the vertical lines come in groups of three, either blue or green. They can be complete from top to bottom or broken. They seem to occur mostly on scenes that have a lot of black with a fairly small area of graphics near the center. Do you think that this might describe what you are seeing?

Right now I'm suspecting that the DI might be the cause, both because of large areas of black being involved and because there have been other problems with the DI. I've turned off the DI to test but it might be a while before I can be sure whether that was the factor.

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I am however, having issues updating from 1.9 to 2.01 (and assuming issues updating to 2.04 when it's released as well). I've tried 3 different flash drives thus far all completely formatted to fat32 and followed the procedure for updating, but i always receive the "USB flash drive cannot be recognized" message. This was after my search for help on the forums (trying different flash drives).
A lot of people, including myself, have had this problem, but you seem to be especially "lucky". In my case, a 1 gig (the oldest I have) failed, but a 32 gig (the second oldest) worked fine, so it may be the size, but I certainly wouldn't want to say that for sure.

Just keep trying.
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This is interesting to me. I've been seeing this on a number of occasions on my RS3000 after I updated to 1.20 from 1.17 and then also on 2.01. In my case the vertical lines come in groups of three, either blue or green. They can be complete from top to bottom or broken. They seem to occur mostly on scenes that have a lot of black with a fairly small area of graphics near the center. Do you think that this might describe what you are seeing?

Right now I'm suspecting that the DI might be the cause, both because of large areas of black being involved and because there have been other problems with the DI. I've turned off the DI to test but it might be a while before I can be sure whether that was the factor.



A lot of people, including myself, have had this problem, but you seem to be especially "lucky". In my case, a 1 gig (the oldest I have) failed, but a 32 gig (the second oldest) worked fine, so it may be the size, but I certainly wouldn't want to say that for sure.

Just keep trying.
Yep top to bottom and groups of three, but I don't remember the exact colors. It happened once when closing an app on the Firestick so possibly DI closing way down but I also can't be sure if that had anything to do with it.

"Lucky" haha, I seem to always have that kind of luck . I'll keep you guys posted if I can ever get it to update!
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Hi all,
Thinking about an NX9 upgrade and was wondering what you guys think might be the best way to do a constant height setup with the NX9?
I have a 143" Diagonal 2.35 curved Stewart screen and a 20' stretch from the back wall to the screen.
The screen has side panel masking.

Isco/Panamorph?
Scaler?
Does the PJ do the squeeze?

Would appreciate some advice....

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Yep, extracted and copied the exact folder (no changed names) to a freshly formatted flash drive (fat32) in root directory.

I'll keep trying other flash drives, just thought I'd see if anyone else is experiencing the same or had any other tips.

Appreciate the help

What is the folder name?
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What do most of you use to break in the lamp prior to calibration? Do you just use normal viewing, or do you throw something (youtube?) on and just let it play, even if you're not actively watching?

I'm trying to get to at least 100 hours, but it feels like it's taking forever getting at most 2-3 hours a night (if anything) with just normal usage.

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I saw that exact same footage on the NX9 at JVC Mississauga. The picture was fantastic and the best I have ever seen!

Did you pick one up? The NX9 is amazing. I'm enjoying every minute with it. Just waiting for the yellowing issue to be resolved. I've been in contact with JVC in Mississauga with regards to it.

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What do most of you use to break in the lamp prior to calibration? Do you just use normal viewing, or do you throw something (youtube?) on and just let it play, even if you're not actively watching?

I'm trying to get to at least 100 hours, but it feels like it's taking forever getting at most 2-3 hours a night (if anything) with just normal usage.
Let her run........UTube will stop some times, better off putting a network channel in that will continue to play.....Who is doing your calibration?
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