I'm a long time fan of my BenQ w1070 in a dedicated cinema room with 120" 16:9 hand built spandex screen (acoustically transparent), and about to finally replaced it with something 4K DCI-P3 this year.
I'm very ok with what I've read of the colour, contrast, sharpness and POP from the HT9060, but what no one has talked about and is the biggest issue to me on any display device these days... is panning stutter and fast motion judder with 24p content.
I have a 65" Sony A8F OLED in the family room and it has the best motion resolution and lowest panning stutter I've ever seen on a display device since CRT's and Plasma's disappeared.. It's not perfect, but gee, even in Cinema Pro native 24p mode it runs rings around any other display devices in my home.
My 38" 3840x1600 (21:9) IPS monitor at 75Hz with MadVR smooth motion is the next best performer with this issue, the W1070 is atrocious at 24p and @ 60hz with MadVR smooth motion it's too blurry!!
For reference I'm also considering a DLA-NX7 as well..
Incase you're wondering what type of issue im talking about, as there's lot's of different meanings and interpretations of stutter and judder, I mean this > https://www.rtings.com/tv/tests/motion/stutter
So the big question is, what is the HT9060 motion resolution and motion handing like with 24p film, and especially, what does the 24p panning stutter and fast moving object judder look like?
I can live with lower native contrast if a device has better motion handling, but I just cant bring myself to buy any projector that hasnt progressed from 5 years ago on the 24p panning stutter and motion resolution... no matter what the price!
So... do tell.. How good is it????? - I imagine because of the pixel shifting there is potential for improvement in perceived motion smoothness because the frame hold time could be made longer, i would imagine this is better for reducing judder and stutter from 24p films... Thoughts?
It could go the other way and make it worse too because maybe the pixel shifters faster switching rate makes it worse... ???? PS. I like native 24p and have tried various different methods to improve motion including MadVR smoothing @ 60hz and SVP Pro 4 FI but i always go back to native 24p and put up with occasional panning stutter, rather than unnatural FI or ghosting from smoothing.... (with the exception of my 75Hz monitor where MadVR smooth motion is perfect)