[QUOTE=SirMaster;58752776]That doesn't seem right.
I calibrated a friends RS600 who had put well over 5000 hours on the unit over the 3 years and when set to 2.2 gamma, was measuring 2.0 at the worst. If it was drooping every 250 hours that would only be quite a small amount every 250 hours to only droop 0.2 after more than 5000.
It's absolutely right, discussed and understood well withing the community here. It would seem some have selective memories it would seem . Ekki had calibrated hundreds of units and he was the one that made this quite clear , both mine and numerous friends with the same had the exact same issue . Once the projector reaches something in the vicinity of 1200-1500 hours the problem literally returns to average, but up to that point it was a well documented issue where gamma droop required constant adjustment often to keep these units in spec .
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