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As you noticed fiber optic cables must be used with care of not bending or pulling too much. Ruipro puts that information in their instructions on some of their cables.
One should be especially careful if they have to bend the cable to put it into the HDMI inputs.
In the past HDMI cables worked or they did not. This is not the case with 4k 60 and above. Using a raceway is a great idea. Putting the cables under a molding nest to a wall is another option for some. The most important thing is to do all tests before you install the cables. You also want to be as future proof as possible. A close friend had a fiber optic cable installed that worked with other projectors but would not work with 60fps on the JVC.
interesting, i wonder what cable that was that didnt work?
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Are you using the ES-2000 or EFI ES 2000 version 2. I see I Ebay that the ES-2000 is about half the price. Wondering if the EFI 1Pro 2 is worth the difference in price.
Don't know what you mean by EFI ES 2000 Version 2, I am only aware of two EFI models : the EFI ES-2000 that physically is an X-Rite I1 Pro2 both being Rev E and the EFI ES-1000 that is an X-Rite I1 Pro and being earlier Revisions.

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Yes with filter, truest me its visible at least on HDR material.
Well I have an RS540 and it's hard to tell the difference flipping it back and forth on UHD material. Just that brief lag on the switch is enough to not be certain. Really need them side by side to really know.
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Well I have an RS540 and it's hard to tell the difference flipping it back and forth on UHD material. Just that brief lag on the switch is enough to not be certain. Really need them side by side to really know.

RS540 have bether native contrast than JVC DLA N7 but in sharpnes on detail N7 is bether



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RS540 have bether native contrast than JVC DLA N7 but in sharpnes on detail N7 is bether



JVC DLA N7





JVC DLA x7900
I'm talking about color gamut not resolution.
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In my experience no. My NX5 is already doing over 90% P3. NX7 would add less than 10% to the gamut.

And how many movies and scenes even use colors this close to the P3 gamut edge? In my experience not that often.
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I'm talking about color gamut not resolution.

this i think will be realy some
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Don't know what you mean by EFI ES 2000 Version 2, I am only aware of two EFI models : the EFI ES-2000 that physically is an X-Rite I1 Pro2 both being Rev E and the EFI ES-1000 that is an X-Rite I1 Pro and being earlier Revisions.

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Do you know what that “Remove before first use” sticker do? The spectro still seems to work with the sticker in place.

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RS540 have bether native contrast than JVC DLA N7 but in sharpnes on detail N7 is bether



JVC DLA N7





JVC DLA x7900
Convergence on that N7 looks shocking.
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Convergence on that N7 looks shocking.
Maybe that’s why that shot looks so colourful
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JVC DLA-N7 vs. SONY VPL-VW270ES vs. JVC DLA-X7900 – 4K-HEIMKINO


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Do you know what that “Remove before first use” sticker do? The spectro still seems to work with the sticker in place.
Yes, the one that I left on mine protects the linear positioning sensor used with the scanning ruler to scan printed calibration patches, of course not used here, but is tested at the end of the I1 diagnostic.
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But have you put them side by side to see if there is a significant visible difference due to the filter?
I find you do not need them side by side, if you know a specific seen very well, if it is "worth" remembering it is a nice improvement.
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Convergence on that N7 looks shocking.
Yea I hadn't seen it until just now (was at work on my phone). I wouldn't want to showcase the N7 with that unit. Convergence is terrible and barely looks sharper than the 540 even with it full screen on my 55" 4k TV/monitor I use at my desk.
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I find you do not need them side by side, if you know a specific seen very well, if it is "worth" remembering it is a nice improvement.
I've tried flipping back and forth on several movies and could never see a very noticeable difference. I think it is visible, but just not very big and some stuff not at all. I keep the filter in place 100% of the time for UHD on my RS540. But not because I think it makes a big difference, but just to get the best image possible and I don't need the lumens.
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Yea, I think perhaps this is why the dynamic iris is more effective on the previous generation as well.
You have to be careful, the lower model only has a single iris, compared to a dual iris with the upper models (same limitation as your 4500). Also, the iris is different on the new models, so it has a different base f-stop compared to the older models, which is why it isn't as aggressive.

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Is there going to be a product refresh this October???
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Is there going to be a product refresh this October???
From what i have heard as an outsider was that there wouldn't be new hardware, just new updates for existing hardware.
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From what i have heard as an outsider was that there wouldn't be new hardware, just new updates for existing hardware.


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Some new implement of HDR10+ ? :-)
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Do any of you find sometimes the Panasonic UB series ( 9000,820 & 420 ) shows the nit output but the JVC shows blank ? I find you have to pause or stop the movie for the nits to be shown on the JVC.

No issue with Sony X series


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Do any of you find sometimes the Panasonic UB series ( 9000,820 & 420 ) shows the nit output but the JVC shows blank ? I find you have to pause or stop the movie for the nits to be shown on the JVC.

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Have not had THAT problem but a couple times the ub820 reads hdr discs as sdr and a complete system reboot is required...

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Have not had THAT problem but a couple times the ub820 reads hdr discs as sdr and a complete system reboot is required...
Well keep an eye on it. The Sony's though no issue at all.
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Hi. I currently have a Panasonic PT-AE3000U ceiling mounted using a Peerless PRGS-UNV with the stock spider arms. It is screwed into a wood stud and rated to hold 50 pounds.

I am about to upgrade to a JVC DLA-NX5 and have read several posts regarding using this mount, but I am still a bit confused.

Can I use the mount “as is” and just connect the spider arms to the JVC or do I need to purchase a JVC specific adapter plate like this:

http://https://www.peerless-av.com/products/pap-jvc-dla

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Hi. I currently have a Panasonic PT-AE3000U ceiling mounted using a Peerless PRGS-UNV with the stock spider arms. It is screwed into a wood stud and rated to hold 50 pounds.

I am about to upgrade to a JVC DLA-NX5 and have read several posts regarding using this mount, but I am still a bit confused.

Can I use the mount “as is” and just connect the spider arms to the JVC or do I need to purchase a JVC specific adapter plate like this:

http://https://www.peerless-av.com/products/pap-jvc-dla
I simply connected the Spyder arms to my NX7...works fine for me...YMMV...

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Some new implement of HDR10+ ? :-)


To be honest, I want them to update the firmware to have better HDMI handshake support and less issues with things falling out of sync, or not registering correctly. That's my #1 for now. Its mainly the SDR to HDR changes, if they happen enough, sometimes i get a weird image [Posted earlier in this thread]. And i cant just turnoff and power the projector back on quickly, gotta wait for the cooldown!
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You have to be careful, the lower model only has a single iris, compared to a dual iris with the upper models (same limitation as your 4500). Also, the iris is different on the new models, so it has a different base f-stop compared to the older models, which is why it isn't as aggressive.
Does the RS1000 count as "lower model" ? lol. Just curious if its single Iris. Also, from what I have gathered, it looks like people just have it set to manual instead of auto....
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Hi. I currently have a Panasonic PT-AE3000U ceiling mounted using a Peerless PRGS-UNV with the stock spider arms. It is screwed into a wood stud and rated to hold 50 pounds.

I am about to upgrade to a JVC DLA-NX5 and have read several posts regarding using this mount, but I am still a bit confused.

Can I use the mount “as is” and just connect the spider arms to the JVC or do I need to purchase a JVC specific adapter plate like this:

http://https://www.peerless-av.com/products/pap-jvc-dla
Need to check and make sure that you are not extending the arms out more than they are supposed to be extended. I know that some people have made some of the universal mounts work by doing this. But doing so can mean the mount is no longer rated for 50 pounds. Myself, I would just get the correct plate for the projector,before exceeding the mount rating. So I would check your mount, before doing this.
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