Originally Posted by Aztar35
Originally Posted by rwestley
I just found this on a German Forum.
Ansi 190: 1
5% 1800: 1
10% 900: 1
50% 190: 1
Contrast drop in the ADL probably depends on the total light path. Interplay of Zoom Lensshift etc. similar to the values of the N9
Originally Posted by coolgeek
Looking like DLP to me...
I won't get started on talking about washed out faces set against bright backgrounds because I already jumped ship on these new JVCs a while ago.
And keep in mind that even the low to mid-range DLPs can show higher ANSI contrast measurements, closer to the Sony 4k machines. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
Oh, and P.S., remember that ANSI contrast is irrelevant --unless there's talk that the new JVCs will have a 50% ANSI contrast increase, then it's worth talking about. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG] [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/tongue.gif[/IMG]
You know what is great is that I still have my UHD65. On the 24 10 people from here will be able to see an uncalibrated RS2000 vs DLP. I am sure they will see the same thing that shocked my wife and I. Not even close.
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