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I just looked again and I agree it is not "deep" black. I shouldn't have been so outrageous to describe it as deep but I was excited at the time. I think I was expecting something pretty terrible from streaming but I was pleasantly surprised in an overall nice picture.
The Disney+ streams are good but have you seen the AppleTV+ streaming. It is downright stunning. It is definitely the best streaming quality I have seen to date. I read where it was something on the order of 48 mbps streaming bandwidth for audio and video. It is much better than regular AppleTV iTunes movies or Disney+ streams. Unfortunately the content isn't there yet for ATV+. Disney has by far the best content for the price.
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Does anyone know if the JVC-DLA-NX5 can get green or red dust blobs on the screen? This was a problem with my previous Epson 8350 as I learned that the LCD cooling was air cooled through a filter and the seal for the LCD was not completely sealed.
The light path is sealed on these, so you won't get dust blobs.
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Does anyone know if the JVC-DLA-NX5 can get green or red dust blobs on the screen? This was a problem with my previous Epson 8350 as I learned that the LCD cooling was air cooled through a filter and the seal for the LCD was not completely sealed.
They are considered sealed light paths, but we are not talking hermetically sealed, so it is possible to get a dust blob, but unlikely. Not like the open light path on LCD projectors. So dust blobs are seldom a problem. Though I would not take the projector outside and use in a dust storm.
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Set up the Amazon Fire TV. It's on wifi but getting 533kbps.

Disney+ through the Fire TV still doesn't give me Atmos, but it's DD+, a definite step up from DD, and is 7.1 instead of 5.1, which gives the upmixer more to work with. The 4K HDR10 image quality on A New Hope is stunning - maybe even better than through the Roku.

Apple TV+ is about the same on both streamers: 4K HDR DD+ Atmos. Don't miss For All Mankind, which asks "How would the world be different it the space race hadn't ended?" Why wouldn't it have ended? Because the Russians got there first! It's a "butterfly's wings effect" show, with well-drawn characters and good social commentary.

Haven't installed VUDU on the Fire yet (it can be done, but it's tricky) but the Movies Anywhere app gives about the same functions, particularly individual special features instead of Amazon's bundling them all together.

Oh, and the Fire does let me install and run SmugMug to show my own photos on the projector - the Ultra doesn't. (If you'd like to see my favorite two dozen landscape shots (another of my hobbies), got to Photos.PhilOlenick.com). What loooks like a play button on the right hand side of the screen actually is - it starts a full-screen slideshow of the current gallery.


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What is the recommended 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray player everyone is using with the JVC NX7. Not sure how many discs I will have so budget friendly would be best. Seen the UB420 gets good reviews.

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What is the recommended 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray player everyone is using with the JVC NX7. Not sure how many discs I will have so budget friendly would be best. Seen the UB420 gets good reviews.
With the latest Firmware updates from JVC, that is the player I would get........
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Oh, and the Fire does let me install and run SmugMug to show my own photos on the projector - the Ultra doesn't.
I thought that the Roku app: "Roku Media Player" was capable of showing photos over a shared network (via the PLEX app, etc.) or directly via PLEX (etc.).

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I thought that the Roku app: "Roku Media Player" was capable of showing photos over a shared network (via the PLEX app, etc.) or directly via PLEX (etc.).
That may be, but I've spent time setting up a photo website using SmugMug, and its app does a good job of displaying it, complete with galleries and slide shows..

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Dave I was under the impression that DTM ignores the meta data
The DTM "Auto" setting uses the source metadata to determine whether to select the Low, Medium, or High profiles. If there's no metadata in the source, I believe it defaults to Medium.
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The DTM "Auto" setting uses the source metadata to determine whether to select the Low, Medium, or High profiles. If there's no metadata in the source, I believe it defaults to Medium.


Thanks Josh I wasn’t aware of that.


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Attaching Chief 281 to the NX7

I'm preparing to ceiling mount my NX7, now that my DCR Lens is in. I'm using the 20mm screws that Chief provides with the RPMA281 set, and I'll have to say, there aren't many turns of the screw before it bottoms out. It seems quite secure, but does anybody get a similar feeling that they wished it had a bit more depth and bite?
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This looks correct to me based on my interpretation of the doc also. Maybe verify it doesn't work also in my JVCControl (run from your HTPC):
JvcControl.exe Raw:PMCF1 <-- should be the command.
Thanks but I had tried the command with the HD Fury Maestro already to rule out iRule, and got the same results, so it's not iRule but the commands.

I've tried the older commands (D3 filter on and D2 filter off) with the generic IP control command, and they still work fine on the new models.

@Mike Garrett , please could you let JVC know that the IP commands for filter on / filter off in the latest revised doc don't seem to be working, unlike the generic IR commands?


To recap:

\x21\x89\x01\x50\x4D\x43\x46\x31\x0A (filter on as per last revised guide)
\x21\x89\x01\x50\x4D\x43\x46\x30\x0A (filter off as per last revised guide)

do NOT work,

While:

\x21\x89\x01\x52\x43\x37\x33\x44\x33\x0A (generic filter on using D3 IR command)
\x21\x89\x01\x52\x43\x37\x33\x44\x32\x0A (generic filter off using D2 IR command)

work fine.

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RS2000 - initial settings?

Hey guys, So I bit the bullet and purchased the RS2000. It should be here next week. Being impatient, I quickly went through the manual and figured what I've listed below would be my initial settings before calibration. I have a complete bat cave but would appreciate any insight if these are similar to the setting most others are using. I'm coming from a Sony 285 and I'm not really an expert with what would be the best settings. In the end I will see what looks best to my eyes (when I have the projector in my hands). I was just hoping for guidance and/or a consensus if my settings make sense. If you would choose something else, I would be curious why. I have put question marks for areas I wasn't sure (e.g Color Temp etc..). Maybe there is a default setting for those when choosing a picture mode, then I wouldn't touch it. Also, assume I'm only watching movies and shows through 4K bluray, Streaming (Netflix) etc... (no broadcast TV or gaming). Since I don't actually have the projector with me, I may have made false assumptions from the manual so please forgive those as I'm willing to learn.

2D VIEWING (SDR)
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Picture Mode = Natural
Color Profile = BT.709 (does this need to be set by me or does it default to this when not using any HDR)
Color Temp = ?
MPC = Standard
Enhance = ? (what amount do you all generally like here?)
Smoothing, NR = 0
Gamma = 2.4
Motion Control, C.M.D, Motion Enhance = Off
Lamp Power = Low
Aperture = Manual / Auto 1 / Auto 2 / custom? What do you guys like the best?

2D VIEWING (HDR)
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Picture Mode = Frame Adapt HDR (I'm assuming if I do the above, I need to set Auto Tone Mapping = Off or does it automatically not use it if I choose Frame Adapt?)
HDR Level = Auto (or select based on content e.g Low, Medium, High)
HDR Processing = Frame by Frame
Color Profile = BT.2020 (does this need to be set by me or does it default to this when using Frame Adapt HDR?)
Color Temp = HDR10
MPC = High-res
Enhance = ? (what amount do you all generally like here?)
Smoothing, NR = 0
Gamma = HDR(PQ)
Motion Control, C.M.D, Motion Enhance = Off
Lamp Power = High? (or do you guys mostly set to Low?)
Aperture = Manual / Auto 1 / Auto 2 / custom? What do you guys like the best?

3D VIEWING
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Picture Mode = Natural?
Color Profile = BT.709 (does this need to be set by me or does it default to this when not using any HDR)
Color Temp = ?
MPC = Standard
Enhance = ? (what amount do you all generally like here?)
Smoothing, NR = 0
Gamma = 2.4
Motion Control, C.M.D, Motion Enhance = Off
Lamp Power = High? (or do you guys mostly set to Low?
Aperture = Manual / Auto 1 / Auto 2 / custom? What do you guys like the best?

I know that some people prefer Cinema mode to Natural...what are most people using? Again, I will see what looks best to my eyes when I get the projector. Thanks for any and all feedback!
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I'm preparing to ceiling mount my NX7, now that my DCR Lens is in. I'm using the 20mm screws that Chief provides with the RPMA281 set, and I'll have to say, there aren't many turns of the screw before it bottoms out. It seems quite secure, but does anybody get a similar feeling that they wished it had a bit more depth and bite?
My Chief 281 came with 2 sets of screws. I used the longer set and it seemed to go into my RS3000 projector with many turns. I felt quit comfortable with the end result.
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I went to a hardware store and got 25mm screws, following many recommendations in this thread.

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My Chief 281 came with 2 sets of screws. I used the longer set and it seemed to go into my RS3000 projector with many turns. I felt quit comfortable with the end result.


I bought longer screws myself, just didn’t feel confident hanging all that weight with the screws they provided. I got mine several months ago, and It came with a short set of screws. I told my dealer and he said he was going to contact chief and let them know that the screws were not long enough, apparently they added longer screws to the set.
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Thanks guys.

Mine came with 2 sets - one silver, one brown, with the brown ones being 'security' type with that special head. But they were both 20mm.

Assuming the JVC has sufficient depth, I think I will stop by Lowe's and pick up some 25mm ones. Probably fine with the 20's, but I think I'll sleep better with the 25's!
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Just to give you guys an idea of what scenes I was looking at for the differences between Auto (which is Medium) and High. Remember this is not exactly what I am seeing on screen but you still might be able to see some of what I am referencing.

Here is a scene that is fairly dreary looking by directors intent. I just accepted this the first time through but after you set it to High it does give some life to the scene and brings colors up that were not there before. It is not inappropriately bright but gives just enough life to the scene and is pleasing overall. I would guess it is much closer to the directors intent. The only thing that is suppose to be in focus is the Mandalorian in this shot btw.




This next one is the space shot that I used to look at some blacks. The picture below is Auto (Medium). It doesn't look bad but it is not on par with some of the best blacks out there.



The one below is set too High. I thought it might raise the black level or look washed out but it actually made the stars pop enough to add contrast and depth to the scene and improved it overall. It looks even better in motion and I don't know if you can easily tell from these pictures what I am seeing on my screen.



If you look at the area just outside of my screen it is all black velvet so it doesn't get blacker than that. Keeping that in mind I don't feel like the blacks are the worst I have seen in HDR. My bigger gripe would be the lack of Atmos in this show. I mean you spend 10 million dollars for 40 minutes and you just can't budget for Atmos? I can't tell you how disappointed this makes me. If you really crank it the show can sound good I guess.
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This next one is the space shot that I used to look at some blacks. The picture below is Auto (Medium). It doesn't look bad but it is not on par with some of the best blacks out there.

The one below is set too High. I thought it might raise the black level or look washed out but it actually made the stars pop enough to add contrast and depth to the scene and improved it overall.


If you look at the area just outside of my screen it is all black velvet so it doesn't get blacker than that. Keeping that in mind I don't feel like the blacks are the worst I have seen in HDR.
Jedi, do you have your dynamic iris turned on?
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Jedi, do you have your dynamic iris turned on?
Yes it is minus 3 and Auto 2 at the moment but I don't know what is best for my set up. It has not been calibrated either. I do have a light meter so I might do a quick run but I thought my calibrator would get to me soon.
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Those longer screws are cheap enough for the added peace of mind !
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Thanks Josh I wasn’t aware of that.


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https://www3.jvckenwood.com/english/...tup_manual.pdf
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Anyone have any recommended settings for watching 4K HLG programs on directv? Trying to watch browns and Steelers.

Image looks very washed out using HLG picture mode. Frame adapt and HDR10 profiles look very contrasty.....looks like what happens when you select HDR with SDR content.

Using picture mode HLG, color profile HDR, color temp HLG and having to crank contrast and color way up and drop brightness to get anything watchable.

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Thanks but I had tried the command with the HD Fury Maestro already to rule out iRule, and got the same results, so it's not iRule but the commands.

I've tried the older commands (D3 filter on and D2 filter off) with the generic IP control command, and they still work fine on the new models.

@Mike Garrett , please could you let JVC know that the IP commands for filter on / filter off in the latest revised doc don't seem to be working, unlike the generic IR commands?


To recap:

\x21\x89\x01\x50\x4D\x43\x46\x31\x0A (filter on as per last revised guide)
\x21\x89\x01\x50\x4D\x43\x46\x30\x0A (filter off as per last revised guide)

do NOT work,

While:

\x21\x89\x01\x52\x43\x37\x33\x44\x33\x0A (generic filter on using D3 IR command)
\x21\x89\x01\x52\x43\x37\x33\x44\x32\x0A (generic filter off using D2 IR command)

work fine.
Have sent this to JVC.
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Well, a member of the Roku Premiere / Ultra thread posted that you can get Atmos from Disney + by setting the Roku's audio not to highest but to Auto.

Tried it and it worked. My AVR now says "Atmos DD+" and the RS1000 says 4K HDR.

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I don't know where you're getting deep blacks in The Mandalorian. The show is mastered with the same elevated black levels and flattened contrast as other modern Star Wars properties. It may not look as poor as The Last Jedi, but it frankly wasn't far off from that, IMO.

The Atmos sounded good as far as aggressive channel usage, but had limited dynamic range per the Disney norm.
Completely agree. Raised black floor, poor dynamics, and almost no bass. In fact, my sub amp powered off it just wasnt used most the show at all. Atmos effects were ok though.

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Have sent this to JVC.
Since the IR emulation command works, my suggestion is that JVC just removes this from the manual and references the IR emulation method instead. You dont need multiple ways to do something anyway.

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Since the IR emulation command works, my suggestion is that JVC just removes this from the manual and references the IR emulation method instead. You dont need multiple ways to do something anyway.
Why don't you let them decide what to do?

They might have posted the wrong codes by mistake, or there could be something wrong in my commands.

It's worth them taking a look and then decide how to best correct the situation (if needed).

The only real "fix" would be to provide a "profile off with filter" color profile, because that's really the only reason to use a discrete filter on/off as far as I can see.

If we could create a custom "profile off with filter" colour profile, there would be no need for this most likely.

We can do this with the JVC autocal software for every other color profile, just not with profile off as it's not an option in the software when creating a custom colour profile.

@Mike Garrett , it would be great if you could ask them to implement this (again). If not in the PJ itself, at least allow us to create a custom color profile with profile off and the filter selected in the JVC Autocal. This wouldn't be used by the Autocal for calibration (so it wouldn't have to be selectable when using the Autocal for calibration), but it would be great to have as a baseline for other calibration solutions/approaches.

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