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Kris can turn the calibration up to 11 though.
Lol Spinal Tap style!

From all the testimony ive read over the years as well as the many reviews and articles in magazines he's done, he's a veritable legend! Will be interesting to hear from ya afterwards.
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Lol Spinal Tap style!

From all the testimony ive read over the years as well as the many reviews and articles in magazines he's done, he's a veritable legend! Will be interesting to hear from ya afterwards.
I will have had my RS4500 calibrated by 3 well known calibrators. The ultimate calibrator comparison test.
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I will have had my RS4500 calibrated by 3 well known calibrators. The ultimate calibrator comparison test.
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.

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Correct, I don't watch 3D, but I bet GOTG2 would be a great 3D title. I can tell you that the 4K UHD Blu-ray looks spectacular. It's my go to demo disc. I usd it to demo the Panamorph DCR lens. And I used it to test out the Lumagen dynamic tone mapping. That movie just keeps on looking better and better !
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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Kris can turn the calibration up to 11 though.
He's coming to my house next week to dial in my RS2000...

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This leads me to a newb question.... THere's differences between RS and N series?? I was under the impression they were the same and treated as such.
There used to be a difference. Longer warranty plus RS232 control and screen trigger. Looks like they are the same now.

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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.
It feels like the more recent deliveries have been more solid at least. I think part of the problem is that the JVC packaging is not sufficient for their heavier projectors. The RS4500 I replaced was probably fine I probably should have just kept it. Its just that the new one is so much more perfect.

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This worked perfectly. I am not one to put in the legwork to get Logitech to add more codes to the RS2000 profile, and this one had everything I needed. The one button settings are perfect.

The power off sequence was a bit of a pain too, it appears it gets interrupted if you turn off your source and don't wait for the JVC to try to autodetect the input. It is working right now with a 1 second delay between the two power off signals, and with the JVC power off being the first on the list. I had issues when the JVC was last on the list to power off.

I am amazed at the projector each day, and even upscaled 1080p is a significant improvement over the same signal on the Epson (in both cases I used the Shield to upscale, but it looks twice as good on the JVC). The only disappointment so far was the new season of Game of Thrones. It was better on PSVue over HBOGo, but compared to other upscaled 1080 shows it left something to be desired. It was certainly tolerable, but I found myself bumping brightness back to zero and going from gamma 2.4 to 2.2 to get the dark scenes a little better. This show has a lot of dark scenes and a lot in the sunless, winter daylight, which pretty much sucks the life out of the image without HDR.

In comparison, after the premier of season 8, we fired up an episode from season 1 on 4k UHD. Holy cow it was so "night and day"... I sincerely hope they convert the rest of the series to 4k after it is over, I would spend the money to have that in my library.
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.

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Threads like this are way overpopulated with people who have issues. And they post several times as they seek help in identifying the issue, trying various fixes, discussing whether it can be fixed with a firmware update, discussing the issue with others who have the same problem, etc. OTOH, guys like myself post once that my projector is awesome and I don't see a single issue. What should all those who are happy with their units do? Post once a day saying how great their projectors are to balance out the number of good and problematic posts to try to reflect what is happening in the real world?

The same thing can be seen on the OLED threads. Lots of people posting about issues because when you have an issue, that's what you need to do. People don't post when everything is great, or at least they rarely post such things in comparison to problems. At one point there was a thread in the OLED forum asking people if they liked their set, and the responses were overwhelming from people who just loved their OLED.

I know you and others know all this, but maybe it bears repeating. Threads like this are a breeding ground for issues and problems, and I think they cause people to have concerns and worries far out of proportion to the likelihood of having a serious problem -- and the worries and concerns also seem far out of proportion given the efforts JVC seems to be making to fix issues. I mean, I think that's the case. I suppose it could be the case that this projector has some serious issues, and some of us were just lucky, and JVC is on its last legs, or whatever horror scenario one can conjure up in one's imagination is actually true. I mean, anything is possible, I suppose. It just seems that is a rather draconian viewpoint, and it doesn't seem to me that there is a reasonably basis to reach that conclusion based on some people coming to this thread for help when they have an issue.

That's just my $.02.
Yea. JVC / Kenwood is a decently sized company. These projectors are far from their only revenue stream. A slow launch of a new line of projectors is hardly going to pull a company like that into bankruptcy. Besides, they still have other projectors to buy. I got tired of waiting for my RS3000 and bought an RS4500. That had to be good for them.

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Finally got my RS2000 installed and running last night. I’m very impressed coming from a Sony HW50ES. I’m currently using a Dalite 110” HCCV screen. The picture really looks good but I’m just wondering if a new 4K screen would give it a more detailed picture. It’s hard to know without a side by side comparison which obviously isn’t possible. Any opinions on moving on from the HCCV screen? Thanks!
If you project a pure white image and stand up to the screen, can you make out the pixel grid? Is it clear to make out or sort of blurry? Go to http://www.stewartfilmscreen.com/ and contact them on the website and ask for a free sample of the studiotek G100 material. Then when you get that repeat the test holding up the stewart. On the stewart you will clearly see a pixel grid. You know that it resolves 4K perfectly doing that.

You can possibly use a white piece of printer paper and see the pixel grid that way.

Your screen needs to display that grid or its not resolving all detail.

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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.
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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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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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Nice! Diving on the proverbial calibration grenade!
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Zooming for a scope screen rather than using A lens

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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.
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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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