Originally Posted by fatallerror
What would be the sacrifice using an AT screen with this projector?
AT screens have to have holes to let the sound through. I guess if you're sitting far enough back there's no difference. But if you're sitting close enough to really cash in on 4K benefits, those holes have to take away some small amount of detail.
Originally Posted by docrog
Well, here's the interesting thing about 3D source material. If you set your player to force output at 4K (for example, using either my Oppo 103D BR player or Panasonic UB820 UHD player), it will only play the 3D content in 2D. You have to change output to "native resolution" (3D output at 1080p) in order to achieve 3D on the JVC. Do you have any explanation why a UHD capable player will send native 2D 1080p/UHD content as UHD to the PJ for 1 to 1 UHD mapping, but the same player can't internally up-convert 1080p 3D content to that same UHD format?
I don't think any display device can receive
4K 3d signal.
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