Originally Posted by alebonau
am sure you as a retailer and many others dont believe JVC RS3000/NX( - RS 2000/NX7/N7/ NVC - RS1000/NX5/N5 topic of this thread are not BROKE. so there is nothing for JVC to fix. But I can assure you there is a great multitude that are quite aware they are indeed broke and with issues that very much need fixing. For anyone to consider otherwise I would suggest would only be sticking head in the sand ....
I am a long time owner of JVC and have owned other brand too. I am sure there is much to crow off wiht a new projector but in spending my good and hard earned I for one much rather hand it over for something without what are quite obvious and unresolved issues and after such a long time.
I do hope NO ONE is suggesting to JVC that these things are NOT BROKE. when they clearly and very cleary are and especially for kind of money they go for. I for one as anyone woudl only like to see these sorted it sooner rather than later. and the more sooner the better. whether it is with updates hardware or software or bringing out a new model.
No, I don't believe they are broke, but yes they do have some issues. Issues I would like to see corrected. Issues are items that all JVC's have. You are trying to lump in the issues with defective product and act like all of it is the same. Yellowing, that is an issue, I have never seen it when watching my RS3000. Kris Deering has said the same thing. I have seen more yellowing on my 640 than on my 3000. i am not saying that it is not there, just saying that it is being made out to be a bigger issue than it actually is. Yes, I would still like to see if JVC can solve the problem. I guess one way to solve it would be to do like some other manufacturer does and just make it so that the dynamic iris hardly does anything, but I would not like seeing JVC go that route.
Noisy iris, not an issue. If you have one that has an iris that you hear over the movie, then you have a defective projector and it needs to be replaced, but it certainly is not an issue that all JVC's have. Bright corners, that is an issue. It is the current nature of LCOS with JVC. Has been around for many generations. My 3000 has bright corners, but I still do not see the bright corners, when watching content.
Green line problem, that is not an issue. That is a defective projector. To me, the green line problem was the biggest problem this year and that ended up being solved for nearly everyone with firmware. And no way JVC in any country could say that was in spec, so if firmware did not fix, then an exchange would be in order.
Nobody called the RS440, 540 and 640 broke and yet all of the problems and issues you listed and more appeared on those models. Now granted the number of times these problems occured this year is greater than what we had with the 440, 540 and 640, but last years models were third generation for much of the projector. This year it is new from the ground up.