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Hope someone has a solution for this.

I picked up the PKEM2 3d transmitter, and the Xpand X105-RF-X1 glasses as recommended. (And I can confirm they are correctly polarized: if I turn them 90 degrees, the screen is much darker.) I tried playing a 3D movie (happened to have 3D Avatar available), but can't get the glasses to link.

The feed from my UB9000 is being detected as 3D by the NX9 and there are clearly two images being displayed ... but the glasses don't want to pair. There seems to be nothing to do in the projector to initiate pairing, and the glasses turn on transiently with the red glow. (I have a hard time distinguishing between the red glow for paired and not paired from the instructions, but they are not doing anything with the image.) I had picked up two pairs, and neither works. I assume the transmitter might be at fault, but don't seem to be able to find anything in the projector that might give me a clue.

Might take to my dealer to try on his machines, I guess, but thought I'd ask here.
I’m using the jvc pkem1 emiter and the xpand 105-ref-x1 glasses and no luck with pairing, the jvc glasses work fine. Do I need pkem2? Emitter?


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I’m using the jvc pkem1 emiter and the xpand 105-ref-x1 glasses and no luck with pairing, the jvc glasses work fine. Do I need pkem2? Emitter?


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PK-EM1 is an IR transmitter. It won’t work with RF glasses.
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PK-EM1 is an IR transmitter. It won’t work with RF glasses.
Thanks for the reply, which emitter should I get with the xpand glasses? With the jvc nx5
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thanks for the reply, which emitter should i get with the xpand glasses? With the jvc nx5
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A long while ago I played Semi-Pro Counter-Strike, CAL-I and some CPL way back when. Up until I fully stopped playing a year or so ago, I was still Global in CS:GO (stupid carpal-tunnel). I have never been able to game on a JVC projector. The input lag killed me. Whatever lag there is on the new RS2000, it's not gamebreaking. Every game is playable.
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So just to clarify what you're saying... you think the new JVCs are better than previous JVC projectors? Even CS is playable (although maybe not competitively)? It's my understanding that previous JVC projectors were also in the 42ms range ever since they added a low-latency option. Perhaps you are comparing to projectors from before that point?
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NX5 Color Gamut

Has anyone verified what percentage of DCI P3 gamut is covered by the NX5? I have not seen a specific mention but in previous generations the entry level was around 93 percent I believe.
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Has anyone verified what percentage of DCI P3 gamut is covered by the NX5? I have not seen a specific mention but in previous generations the entry level was around 93 percent I believe.
My n7 is probably mid 80s if I were to guess based on the coverage diagram. Would think n5 would be similiar.
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I can’t quite fill my 125in scope screen with 14ft throw. Thought I could based on online calculators but I guess +/- 5% left me a bit short. Vertically the projector lens is basically centered on the top felt of the screen. If I lower the projector with a short pole, will I get more zoom that could possibly fill my screen? I also have a Panamorph DCR on order. Will that help my situation?
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So just to clarify what you're saying... you think the new JVCs are better than previous JVC projectors? Even CS is playable (although maybe not competitively)? It's my understanding that previous JVC projectors were also in the 42ms range ever since they added a low-latency option. Perhaps you are comparing to projectors from before that point?
My rs600 was unplayable. Whatever the input lag is on the rs2000 is tolerable and feels exceedingly close to tv. I’m not sure on the rs640. I know they decreased lag but I can say the rs2000 is fine to play on.

I also noticed the e-shift and ensuing shimmer/flickering from the 600 made playing harder as a lot of background images are static. That’s been fixed on the 2000.

The cs reference is more in terms of susceptibility of input lag. In my prime I had 1 or 2 frame reflexes in shots. 30-40ms is 2fps or so of input lag. I would say the rs600 was running 5-6fps of input lag. The xbr runs 25ms or so and my gaming pc rog Monitor runs 10ms or so. The difference in feel is immeasurable to me and in theory cs is the most input lag sensitive game. You may not be able pre-fire cat on projector but for less intensive games, you’ll be fine.
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My n7 is probably mid 80s if I were to guess based on the coverage diagram. Would think n5 would be similiar.
N7 specs rate it at over 100 percent, I was inquiring about N5
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N7 specs rate it at over 100 percent, I was inquiring about N5
It's rated over 100% with the filter engaged. Should be similar to the N5 without the filter.
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Without filter should be around 87%. Could be slightly higher.
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I finally got my projector on Friday. I was supposed to get an RS2000, but my dealer had better luck getting an NX7 so I got that instead. I much prefer the black lens ring anyway as it blends in better with the rest of my darkened theater and probably reduces a significant amount of glare that would otherwise be bouncing off an obnoxious, distracting gold ring.

Anyway, just thought I report on my initial findings. I'm replacing a Panny AE7000 and I'd read somebody else report this but the NX7 is not as bright. On 1080p stuff, honestly there's not a huge difference. Of course I didn't buy this for 1080p. With 4k material, the JVC is super sharp with colors seemingly quite accurate out of the box. At least I'm not seeing any obvious problems (no dead or lit pixels, no purple blobs, etc.). Fan noise on high lamp is somewhat of an issue as others have reported. The brightness difference between low and high lamp is most definitely not proportional to the change in fan noise. It goes from basically not hearing anything to definitely hearing it. If that ends up being the biggest problem with this projector, I'll be okay with it, but suspect JVC will improve on this in future models. Maybe JVC will improve with a firmware update, but I doubt it. As for mounting, I decided to just build a shelf at the back of my theater since I had to go further back with it anyway. Now I might add some sound-dampening foam to see if that doesn't deaden some of the high-lamp fan noise.

Of course I need a lot more time with it to provide a better assessment, but at least initially, I'm pretty happy. I had six cameras recording UPS deliver the projector in case the driver decided to play bouncy bouncy with it in my driveway, but fortunately they weren't needed.
Yea where you will benefit with 1080p content is if you upscale it prior to the projector to 4K. Not sure what can do that well as I use madVR but when you send the projector upscaled 4K from 1080p it will looks a real step up over that panasonic.

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viewed Infinty Wars this afternoon - really tooks some aggresive settings to make disc shine - maxed out picture tone 16/dark level -7 and main brightness -14 - with auto 2 iris - got nice punchy picture and deep blacks but cant wait for plug and play HDR-


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Yea where you will benefit with 1080p content is if you upscale it prior to the projector to 4K. Not sure what can do that well as I use madVR but when you send the projector upscaled 4K from 1080p it will looks a real step up over that panasonic.
Markmon1, Do you know if there is any effort being made toward some company offering a standalone HDMI pass-thru device that runs MadVR.

The biggest issue I have is that I would like 1080P to 4k upscaling for my 1080P satellite signal, or dynamic tone mapping for my streaming and Blu-ray devices. I really don't want to mess with all the hassle and expense of setting up an HTPC and ripping all my Blu-rays. In addition a lot of the content I watch I can't put on an HTPC. ie live sports, television shows, and streaming exclusives.
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Markmon1, Do you know if there is any effort being made toward some company offering a standalone HDMI pass-thru device that runs MadVR.
MadVR Envy. See madvr.com and the anticipation thread: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/37-vi...on-thread.html
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Markmon1, Do you know if there is any effort being made toward some company offering a standalone HDMI pass-thru device that runs MadVR.

The biggest issue I have is that I would like 1080P to 4k upscaling for my 1080P satellite signal, or dynamic tone mapping for my streaming and Blu-ray devices. I really don't want to mess with all the hassle and expense of setting up an HTPC and ripping all my Blu-rays. In addition a lot of the content I watch I can't put on an HTPC. ie live sports, television shows, and streaming exclusives.
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Anyone in the LA area with an RS2000/NX7 that i could take a look at? It would really appreciate since it would help a lot in my next projector purchase decision
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I haven't seen the 5050 or a new 4K JVC, but based on the e-shift JVCs if the new lineup comes close to the contrast of the old it will be a significant step up from the Epson. The Epson 5040 has the best perf/value ratio for 4K IMO, but if you are looking at this price bracket the JVC should be worth the premium.
Here. Here. Might as well throw the DLA-RS540U in there too into the mix....
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My rs600 was unplayable. Whatever the input lag is on the rs2000 is tolerable and feels exceedingly close to tv. I’m not sure on the rs640. I know they decreased lag but I can say the rs2000 is fine to play on.

I also noticed the e-shift and ensuing shimmer/flickering from the 600 made playing harder as a lot of background images are static. That’s been fixed on the 2000.

The cs reference is more in terms of susceptibility of input lag. In my prime I had 1 or 2 frame reflexes in shots. 30-40ms is 2fps or so of input lag. I would say the rs600 was running 5-6fps of input lag. The xbr runs 25ms or so and my gaming pc rog Monitor runs 10ms or so. The difference in feel is immeasurable to me and in theory cs is the most input lag sensitive game. You may not be able pre-fire cat on projector but for less intensive games, you’ll be fine.
I think the RS600 was in the 150-200ms for lag, I agree it was absolutely unplayable. The RSx20 + RSx40 models were most improved with about 30-40ms of lag in low lag mode. I believe this is very similar to the new models.
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just received my NX9 tonight. Very excited! Can anyone tell me how to tell the build date? I cant find it anywhere. The sw is 2.04 though. Also it was fully sealed with the tamper tape in place, but wasn't double box. The good news is the box and foam inside wasn't damaged at all. Just curious as all of my other jvc projectors were double boxed.
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just received my NX9 tonight. Very excited! Can anyone tell me how to tell the build date? I cant find it anywhere. The sw is 2.04 though. Also it was fully sealed with the tamper tape in place, but wasn't double box. The good news is the box and foam inside wasn't damaged at all. Just curious as all of my other jvc projectors were double boxed.
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also wondering if the NX9 qualifies for the free lamp that the RS3000 does though April 30th?

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Markmon1, Do you know if there is any effort being made toward some company offering a standalone HDMI pass-thru device that runs MadVR.

The biggest issue I have is that I would like 1080P to 4k upscaling for my 1080P satellite signal, or dynamic tone mapping for my streaming and Blu-ray devices. I really don't want to mess with all the hassle and expense of setting up an HTPC and ripping all my Blu-rays. In addition a lot of the content I watch I can't put on an HTPC. ie live sports, television shows, and streaming exclusives.
If you use RedFox, you can decrypt on the fly, no need to rip.
I also use the free version of CloneBD to find the correct playlist on UHD discs, once I have that, I simply point the player to that playlist.

It will also be very interesting to see how madshi gets around all the DRM stuff with his Envy.

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08440089


also wondering if the NX9 qualifies for the free lamp that the RS3000 does though April 30th?
Looks like March, 2019.

Yes on the bulb. Suggest use the Procision form specific to the NX series http://assets.jvc.com/Procision/2019...ebate_form.pdf
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Finally got my nx9 yesterday
First impressions
Much quieter then my sony es600
Bright and very sharp and deep blacks.
Bad news ...
cannot get to 4k on oppo 203, Ruku 4k, applets 4k or anything else
We think it may be the hdmi cord. Worked fine with sony
Version. 2.04
Box in excellent shape
Will the sony 3d glasses work with the JVC?
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Finally got my nx9 yesterday
First impressions
Much quieter then my sony es600
Bright and very sharp and deep blacks.
Bad news ...
cannot get to 4k on oppo 203, Ruku 4k, applets 4k or anything else
We think it may be the hdmi cord. Worked fine with sony
Version. 2.04
Box in excellent shape
Will the sony 3d glasses work with the JVC?
Your sony HDMI was only 10.2gb and the JVC requires 18gb. You might be able to get away with linking at 4K if you force your source 24hz. Most likely is your cable.
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This is somewhat off topic, but I see Epson finally updated their aging 5040 and released the 5050 today. I have to laugh that I waited years for the 5050, and four days after I get something else, it arrives. They timed their release just to annoy me I'm sure. Having seen the 4050 at CEDIA, I thought to myself that I'd likely get the 5050 if it got released by January. I'm actually glad it didn't because the cheapa$$ nature of me likely would not have splurged on the NX7. Visually, I suspect the 5050 will fare well despite the fake 4k, but the reality is, no matter how you slice it, it cannot resolve more than a paltry 4 million pixels. If the 5050 were true 4k, I would feel sick this morning, but thankfully my oatmeal is digesting just fine. And Epson still thinks consumers want white projectors, and ugly-a$$ white ones to boot. OMG that thing is butt-ugly. Yea, pi$$ on Epson, I'm firmly in the JVC camp now.
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Has someone else also seen CMD destroying single pixel test patterns in random places?
Is this a common issue for FW v2.04? Or do I have a buggy processor board?
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