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post #9721 of 17974 Old 04-16-2019, 07:44 PM
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You and I both have been waiting an exceptionally long time and the entire time it has been a question of "will it be broken?"
Ive been following the JVC new model reports since about January. I think you two have been waiting about the longest of anyone I can think of around here. Theres probably others that I don't know about that have been waiting as long or more but I digress.

I wish you guys and all others still waiting good luck and hope yours is coming asap.
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You and I both have been waiting an exceptionally long time and the entire time it has been a question of "will it be broken?"
I really feel for those who put down money six months ago and still don't have their projectors. I opted to pass at a pre-order opportunity in the fall, but I did get someone else's place in line for the RS2000 when they got tired of waiting and bought a 695ES. I picked up the RS2000 a week ago and installed it Saturday. I've said it here already--it's pretty awesome.
I pre-ordered the NX7 in October before I even knew about this forum. It wasn't until December that I decided to start reading around for more info to kill time. Don't feel bad for me. It's my own fault for picking a slow supplier. It will arrive eventually. I'm ready for this ride to be over, though.
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In my automation, I send 4 off signals 500ms apart. There's no reason to leave it at 2. 2, 3, 10 it works the same but just guarantees it will work.
I had it set with 3 power offs, but so far 2 is working after shuffling things around.
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I really feel for those who put down money six months ago and still don't have their projectors. I opted to pass at a pre-order opportunity in the fall, but I did get someone else's place in line for the RS2000 when they got tired of waiting and bought a 695ES. I picked up the RS2000 a week ago and installed it Saturday. I've said it here already--it's pretty awesome.
I know the proper way to do things is to not get money down as anything can be cancelled if it did not ship. Its mainly just the RS2000 / NX7 that are hard to get now....Hopefully it will not be long and everyone worldwide who wants one, will have one
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Just for fun I tried to take pictures of the same scenes projected from RS1000 using a zoom method in low lamp on a 130" 2.4 screen.


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I really feel for those who put down money six months ago and still don't have their projectors. I opted to pass at a pre-order opportunity in the fall, but I did get someone else's place in line for the RS2000 when they got tired of waiting and bought a 695ES. I picked up the RS2000 a week ago and installed it Saturday. I've said it here already--it's pretty awesome.
I installed my rs2000 on Saturday as well. Very happy with the picture!
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Just for fun I tried to take pictures of the same scenes projected from RS1000 using a zoom method in low lamp on a 130" 2.4 screen.
Looks good ! High Power screen ?

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Oh wow no kidding! That will be a unique and interesting comparison. How did that come about anyway if you don't mind me asking? Had it calibrated after first 100 hrs then again with a different guy after you got the lens or someting similar? Just curious.
I'm doing a comparison test so you guys don't have to. I'm taking one for the team !
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I'm doing a comparison test so you guys don't have to. I'm taking one for the team !
Nice! Diving on the proverbial calibration grenade!
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Zoom method?
Zooming for a scope screen rather than using A lens

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Zooming for a scope screen rather than using A lens



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Thanks. I guessed " 2.4 " was gain. My bad !!

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To be fair the issues you saw on the RS4500 were no where near as bad as many being reported here Mark. I suspect Paul is referencing the the sheer number of different issues, and the quantity of appearances of them, in this current line. Not to mention the lack of availability - there still aren't consistent stocks some 6+months after release.

Personally, as a major fan of JVC projectors (I've owned 4) I'm genuinely concerned for their financial well being, the lack of unit sales from the stock situation is going to have been enough to significantly hurt their bottom line, and thats before you factor in the returns. I sincerely hope they can make the necessary changes and turn the situation around with the next revision.
You will see a lot more things being reported with this new release since the prices are 6k, 8k and 17k compared to 35k for the RS4500. A lot more of these are being sold than with the RS4500. Many of us can't afford or choose not to spend 35K on a projector. This is my 2nd JVC projector and I absolutely love my new RS2000. I haven't seen any of the yellowing issues or any other problems. Every new series will have some issues but you can't blame JVC for the damage in shipping because shipping company employees don't give a crap about peoples products.

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Maybe you're speaking about people in Australia? I don't how one can make a judgment like that regarding the entire world of consumers. It seems a little dramatic -- like the comments we sometimes get here from non-owners.
Then let me speak about people in Europe. I am now entering the 8th (eighth!!!) month of pre-ordering (and prepaying at a discounted price) my rs3000. I have tried contacting directly jvc Europe and never received a response. I see users getting their second and third replacement unit (and rightfully so, if their initial unit was faulty). I have no official date on when will I be receiving, I was not offered an apology or a free bulb just like all North America users do.
Do you think I am dramatic? Would you categorize me as a non-owner user that is a little dramatic?
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Aren’t you losing a little bit of content that way?
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Then let me speak about people in Europe. I am now entering the 8th (eighth!!!) month of pre-ordering (and prepaying at a discounted price) my rs3000. I have tried contacting directly jvc Europe and never received a response. I see users getting their second and third replacement unit (and rightfully so, if their initial unit was faulty). I have no official date on when will I be receiving, I was not offered an apology or a free bulb just like all North America users do.
Do you think I am dramatic? Would you categorize me as a non-owner user that is a little dramatic?
Same story here in AUS... and IF a consumer actually manages to get a unit, its "fingers crossed" it actually functions as it should!
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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?
Looks almost like the kind of thing you might expect as a result of sub-pixel zone convergence or colour uniformity processing, interesting that you only see it with CMD on.

Are they random places? Or always the same place on various images?
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Looks almost like the kind of thing you might expect as a result of sub-pixel zone convergence or colour uniformity processing, interesting that you only see it with CMD on.

Are they random places? Or always the same place on various images?
I don't use zone convergence. This pops up in random places in various sizes. I had contact with another NX9 owner. He is seeing similar things (with certain oppo settings). He describes the effect as "bubble under a screen protector film".
In my case it doesn't matter how I configure my Radiance to output HDR (HDR2020, SDR2020). Luckily I haven't noticed it with real content yet. And I don't intent to look for it.

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Then let me speak about people in Europe. I am now entering the 8th (eighth!!!) month of pre-ordering (and prepaying at a discounted price) my rs3000. I have tried contacting directly jvc Europe and never received a response. I see users getting their second and third replacement unit (and rightfully so, if their initial unit was faulty). I have no official date on when will I be receiving, I was not offered an apology or a free bulb just like all North America users do.
Do you think I am dramatic? Would you categorize me as a non-owner user that is a little dramatic?
Wait, so you pre-ordered in August? These weren't even announced until October, right? Either way, yea it seems a bit unfair for you to have waited that long. Hopefully when you finally receive a unit, you will find that you absolutely love it. I felt that the RS3000 compared pretty well against my RS4500 when it was here, although, my RS4500 did go back for warranty right after that and the new one is sharper.

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Same story here in AUS... and IF a consumer actually manages to get a unit, its "fingers crossed" it actually functions as it should!
It looks like JVC cannot keep up with the supply and basically decided to just keep USA happy. I wonder if USA is that much more of their projector business.

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Same problem in Italy. No one has seen a single unit delivered. JVC Italy has NO IDEA of when the projectors will be delivered. 5 months of prepaid order.

I don't understand how is that possible that they don't even have an idea of the delivery time, even in a bad situation everything in modern business should be scheduled.

If JVC is reading: even in old Europe we buy projectors!!! Can you please take a look at the Italian market?
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Wait, so you pre-ordered in August? These weren't even announced until October, right? Either way, yea it seems a bit unfair for you to have waited that long. Hopefully when you finally receive a unit, you will find that you absolutely love it. I felt that the RS3000 compared pretty well against my RS4500 when it was here, although, my RS4500 did go back for warranty right after that and the new one is sharper.



It looks like JVC cannot keep up with the supply and basically decided to just keep USA happy. I wonder if USA is that much more of their projector business.

I have preordered on September the 15th 2018. On April the 15th I entered the 8th month (as I stated above) of waiting (seven completed months). It will be an rs3000 and not an NX9. Some NX9 devices were delivered to customers. I don't believe any rs3000 projectors arrived in Europe yet though. This will be my fifth (if my memory serves me) jvc projector. So you can say I am a jvc fan. I already have a paladin dcr installed and a lumagen pro. I was really looking forward to having it before summer season arrives, as I work longer hours then. My (3) boys were looking forward to it too.

It is not like this is the end of the world anyway. It is just a (very expensive) projector.

But I find it at least unfair that some members think that everything is working as it should and are so easy to pass judgment.
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It looks like JVC cannot keep up with the supply and basically decided to just keep USA happy. I wonder if USA is that much more of their projector business.
Indeed, in the eyes of JVC, clearly North America are their first-class customers, and supply has clearly been prioritised. Here in the UK there have been some trickles of supply, so I guess we are something like second-class, but as for rest of Europe and AU/NZ it sounds like they are third-class. I pre-ordered and paid for my N7 1st week of October, and still no confirmed date, my dealer has direct contacts at JVC and still can't get an idea, since the last promise of end-of-March for his initial orders has come and gone.

On a business level I can understand the prioritisng of supply to their biggest market. But what really pisses off us non-US/CA JVC loyal customers is the price-gouging in UK, even compared to Europe for this range, and the slap-in-the-face that they offer their North American customers who are getting supplied a free bulb by way of an apology, but everyone else it's a F!£$-U.
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Yup can't wait, Kris is calibrating my RS2000 at the end of the month. I am sure it will look like a holo deck when done
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What settings are you guys using to smooth out fast moving motion? Finally got a chance to watch some content on my NX7 and i feel like some fast scenes made me nauseous. I played with some of the Motion Control settings (low/high) but that didn't help much. Didn't touch the CMD settings. Sitting 12' from 135" screen.

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What settings are you guys using to smooth out fast moving motion? Finally got a chance to watch some content on my NX7 and i feel like some fast scenes made me nauseous. I played with some of the Motion Control settings (low/high) but that didn't help much. Didn't touch the CMD settings. Sitting 12' from 135" screen.
So you've tried no motion control, motion control low, motion control high and aren't happy. Next is CMD.

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So you've tried no motion control, motion control low, motion control high and aren't happy. Next is CMD.
Thanks Mark - Yes, tried those. Wasn't there some negative affect with enabling CMD though? I remember Arrow talking about it...

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Thanks Mark - Yes, tried those. Wasn't there some negative affect with enabling CMD though? I remember Arrow talking about it...


There’s almost always a negative effect. Most settings are trade offs. There’s some negative and some positive to pretty much every setting. If there was no negative then it would probably just be the stock setting.

There’s a negative effect to motion enhance that you already tried too.

You have to pick what settings you like for yourself.
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How can i know the build date of my N9? Serial is 08440073
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You can calculate it based on the first three numbers
08 - 5 = 03 -> March
4 + 5 = 9 -> 2019


Apart from this, it is printed on the box.
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Terry, I hope those bright purple corners on the screen and the blue and green fringing on the lettering in the menu aren't what your are seeing in real life, cuz that convergence looks horrible.
ShadowBoy,

I have posted many-many-many actual pictures both on my Main Thread in signature below and also over on the JVC RS4500 dedicated thread.

I'll just say the picture on mine is Awesome buddy.
If your really interested go take a look and check it out.

Terry
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