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I finally got my NX5 set up this past weekend in my media room. Took me a while to get the ceiling mount and the chief interface plate to go with my rma mount.
Need to do some watching and get a proper UHD player but for now just using my Xbox one and Apple TV 4K till then.

I’m upgrading from a benq w1070 that I’ve had for about 5 years. Now just need to darken the room.

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I just picked up my RS2000 from my local dealer last week. I actually drove to his location as I didn't want to risk damage during shipping from his location to my house. He was only an hour away in New Jersey. My build is May 2019 and FW is 2.06. It throws a beautiful picture on my 140" diag. scope screen. So far no issues - I only have about 10 hours on it so far. I attached some pics. PJ is not calibrated but black level is amazing. I will use the AutoCal as instructed by Manni once I get more hours on the bulb.
I suggest you to update to 2.07 is fast and simple, 2.06 is a production sofwtare that still have some bug (so they told me) but 2.06 plus May build means that you have a top of the line issue-free machine! The N series has an amazing pq just out of the box! Once calibrated it will be a real killer projector!
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Off topic, but I have got to ask...You never update your server and just live with all of its vulnerabilities?
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If a server has no access to the Internet and is essentially an island it can be done. I've seen a Windows server stay up about that long that ran an industrial tool. Just kept plugging away.

Reality is a server is rarely ever truly isolated and you end up with at least a monthly patch cycle.
The server runs a ton of virtual machines and those are connected to the internet. The server, itself is not used as a desktop and is behind a firewall. No open ports, no web browsers running, no email etc.
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I just hit the 400 hr mark on my RS2000 and am happy (lucky) to report no problems so far (minus the DI yellowing that I get around by using the filter) and no green/blue lines showing up. Sources: Panny ub820, apple 4k tv, direct tv, xbox one x, and ps4 pro. Lumagen rad pro used for tone mapping and calibrating (along with chromapure and id3). I love this projector and use it every night. Fingers crossed it stays problem free. Ive owned a JVC rs500, sony 385, and sony 885 and enjoyed them all, but the rs2000 is my favorite.
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I just hit the 400 hr mark on my RS2000 and am happy (lucky) to report no problems so far (minus the DI yellowing that I get around by using the filter) and no green/blue lines showing up. Sources: Panny ub820, apple 4k tv, direct tv, xbox one x, and ps4 pro. Lumagen rad pro used for tone mapping and calibrating (along with chromapure and id3). I love this projector and use it every night. Fingers crossed it stays problem free. Ive owned a JVC rs500, sony 385, and sony 885 and enjoyed them all, but the rs2000 is my favorite.


Wow that’s fast. I’m about 342hrs. I’m on firmware 2.07. Those hit the 500hrs mark without any form of untoward incident happening to your projector do report here.

How’s the brightness of the lamp? So far any degradation? Mine still quite consistent without any significant drop in lumens as far as I can tell.


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Gee, that would really bestow confidence in a product for me!!!
Yeah, ain't it grand? Sarcasm off.
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I couldn't own a projector that was doing that crap intermittently. I'd always be waiting for it to happen again. It's such a deal breaker.
Yeah, but think of it as "an adventure". Sarcasm off.
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Wow that’s fast. I’m about 342hrs. I’m on firmware 2.07. Those hit the 500hrs mark without any form of untoward incident happening to your projector do report here.

How’s the brightness of the lamp? So far any degradation? Mine still quite consistent without any significant drop in lumens as far as I can tell.


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I havent measured it since about the 200 hr mark on my last calibration. From memory (135" cima neve 16x9 screen) I was at 15fL at -8 iris (with filter to reduce di yellowing/low lamp) for rec709 material, and for 4k hdr I was high lamp, iris wide open with filter 28 fL, both numbers post calibration. Ill check later this week to see if any changes. No brightness changes that ive noticed anyways. Im on firmware 2.01. So far, so good!
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I havent measured it since about the 200 hr mark on my last calibration. From memory (135" cima neve 16x9 screen) I was at 15fL at -8 iris (with filter to reduce di yellowing/low lamp) for rec709 material, and for 4k hdr I was high lamp, iris wide open with filter 28 fL, both numbers post calibration. Ill check later this week to see if any changes. No brightness changes that ive noticed anyways. Im on firmware 2.01. So far, so good!


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What manufacturer & model of UHD player are you using?
I just took delivery of a Panasonic 820 today. The pics are from a Samsung blu ray player playing a regular 1080p blu ray disc.

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If we believe that the current JVC Chassis is good for another 3-5 years, then unless there is a fundamental shift isn the light engine / panel, would anyone upgrade?

Even if Lasers are avaiable at the price point of N7, I dont see myself upgrading. But I have read some people on this forum upgrade every 2-3 years.
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I would expect to keep the RS2000 for a couple of years at least.
Besides getting rid of a few bugs, maybe a tad better contrast, and maybe better HDR do you think it could get much better then this?

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I’m upgrading from a benq w1070 that I’ve had for about 5 years. Now just need to darken the room.
Night and day difference?
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Yeah, but think of it as "an adventure". Sarcasm off.
I can't remember - what projector do you have currently ? Just curious.
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I love my rs620 so much that virtually all of my attention now is devoted to incremental audio upgrades. I have no itch to upgrade whatsoever because it's a zero-issue device for me with excellent PQ matched with a Panny ub820.

When HDMI 2.1 source material matters and when laser is affordable, that's probably my next jump.

Gonna be a while.

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Ask Ellen for an RS4500 ! Tell her you will think of her every time you turn it on.
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I know the up-date bug has a lot to do with it



Besides getting rid of a few bugs, maybe a tad better contrast, and maybe better HDR do you think it could get much better then this?



Night and day difference?


Yup definitely even out of the box. Need to mess a bit with settings but can just tell the clarity of the image is so much better
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Ask Ellen for an RS4500 ! Tell her you will think of her every time you turn it on.

Hell, I'll wear her Ellen line of underwear to get 4500 money!
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Received my RS2000 about two weeks ago and love the picture quality. The only problem so far is that the movie starts playing and there is no picture for approximately 5 to 7 seconds. Im playing through a dune and a synology server not a dvd player. My old projector a Sony 600ES never had this problem. Is there a setting I need to change to fix this?
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Received my RS2000 about two weeks ago and love the picture quality. The only problem so far is that the movie starts playing and there is no picture for approximately 5 to 7 seconds. Im playing through a dune and a synology server not a dvd player. My old projector a Sony 600ES never had this problem. Is there a setting I need to change to fix this?
Hit the pause button for 7 seconds, then hit play.
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Received my RS2000 about two weeks ago and love the picture quality. The only problem so far is that the movie starts playing and there is no picture for approximately 5 to 7 seconds. Im playing through a dune and a synology server not a dvd player. My old projector a Sony 600ES never had this problem. Is there a setting I need to change to fix this?
Is hdmi handshacking, nothing unusual. It may be better or worse with different sources.
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Received my RS2000 about two weeks ago and love the picture quality. The only problem so far is that the movie starts playing and there is no picture for approximately 5 to 7 seconds. Im playing through a dune and a synology server not a dvd player. My old projector a Sony 600ES never had this problem. Is there a setting I need to change to fix this?
Perhaps you can set your player in the GUI to always be 4k/24hz. Then it won't need to resync HDMI on movie start.
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I really do wish all the posts in this thread were posted by Owners and not people making assumptions on equipment they do not own. I just hate reading through pages of posts with many irrelevant posts wasting time.

Yep. Those not-so-subtle jabs at the new JVCs must make them feel so much better about those non-JVC projectors they own...certainly none of the projectors in those manufacturer’s lines had issues. They should come sit in my room and see the JVC RS2000 image first-hand.


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I have tried several projector distance calculators online to determent were I should put my projector. The issue is none of them seem to agree with each other lol



I will be using a NX5 on a 120" screen with 8 ft ceilings, seating distance is 12ft if it matters. The room is 22ft long so I have no constraints there. I have seen anywhere from 16'10" to 18'1".



The drywall is going up next week and I need to put blocking on the joists for the mount this weekend.



Any advice would be appreciated.

Your seating position should work well for audio response (subwoofers especially) as well as for the screen size you want to use, so leave that alone. I don’t have any calculator links handy, but, based on a 120” 16:9 screen (unknown gain), a throw distance in the middle of the range you have should work well especially if you’ve got a fully light-controlled room. Otherwise, unless you’ve got interference issues in the ceiling, you could install extra backing/blocking to make sure you’re covered if you feel you need to do more research. Wood is cheap...making a change later is a messy pain in the neck.

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Your seating position should work well for audio response (subwoofers especially) as well as for the screen size you want to use, so leave that alone. I don’t have any calculator links handy, but, based on a 120” 16:9 screen (unknown gain), a throw distance in the middle of the range you have should work well especially if you’ve got a fully light-controlled room. Otherwise, unless you’ve got interference issues in the ceiling, you could install extra backing/blocking to make sure you’re covered if you feel you need to do more research. Wood is cheap...making a change later is a messy pain in the neck.

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Thanks for the response.

I ended up blocking out at 16'10" but have a foot play in both directions to mount to so should be good.
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Perhaps you can set your player in the GUI to always be 4k/24hz. Then it won't need to resync HDMI on movie start.
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I finally got my NX5 set up this past weekend in my media room. Took me a while to get the ceiling mount and the chief interface plate to go with my rma mount.
Need to do some watching and get a proper UHD player but for now just using my Xbox one and Apple TV 4K till then.

I’m upgrading from a benq w1070 that I’ve had for about 5 years. Now just need to darken the room.

Wow, quite the size and weight difference there!

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Wow, quite the size and weight difference there!


Yeah the size is what really got me when I first received it. Despite measuring things out before still didn’t hit till I mounted it.

Now I also need to get an emitter and hope it works with my glasses that I had for my w1070.
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