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post #31 of 408 Old 04-19-2019, 07:56 AM - Thread Starter
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This time we plan to take lots of pics. It was suggested we livestream it, but there are two issues with that:

1. We are showing copyrighted material

2. It would be WAY too dark

We do appreciate the interest though! We'll document the event as best we can.

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I'm just now seeing this. If I were near the area that weekend I would definitely want to stop by!! Can't wait to hear the experiences and follow ups
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OK, everyone - put together a bit more detailed schedule for the event. Keep in mind that this is not a rigid schedule, as these things never go like clockwork However, this should help people get an idea of what we are doing and when, plus what to expect at the event. We have expanded our venue so still have room if you want to join us:

Friday, April 26, 6 – 9 PM – Home Theater Party at my house, food and drinks to be supplied. There will be some adult beverages as well. I imagine we will go later than 9 pm, but I want to set a reasonable expectation as to when we will start wrapping things up. Ideally, we will say our final good nights no later than 10:30 – 11 so we can all get a good night’s sleep. Great if everyone can join, even if it’s later in the evening. RSVP at projectorexpo.com to get more details, plus my home address. A chance to hang out with fellow home theater aficionados and take in some immersive audio demos in our reference JBL Synthesis / Revel Salon2 based theater. The JVC DLA-RS3000 will be on display as well.

Saturday, April 27, 1 – 6 PM – Shootout at 525 N. Cascade, Colorado Springs CO 80903
  • 1 -1:45 PM – Introductions of special guests @Kris Deering , Chris Deutsch (JVC), Russell Warnhoff (Kaleidescape), Craig Rounds (CIR Engineering), overview of the projectors in the shootout and how they were set up, discussion of UHD / 4K technology and performance parameters
  • 2 – 5 PM – In depth comparisons and analysis of the projectors, using a variety of content chosen both the challenge the projectors and show them at their best.
  • 5 – 6 PM – Q/A and audience requests

Sunday, April 28, 1 – 6 PM – Shootout at 525 N. Cascade, Colorado Springs CO 80903 Same as Saturday's schedule - attendees from Saturday are also welcome to attend the second day, just please leave the front rows open for those who missed Saturday's event.
  • 1 -1:45 PM – Introductions of special guests, overview of the projectors in the shootout and how they were set up, take limited questions from attendees pertaining to the above, discussion of basic UHD / 4K technology and performance parameters
  • 2 – 5 PM – In depth comparisons and analysis of the projectors, using a variety of content chosen both the challenge the projectors and show them at their best.
  • 5 – 6 PM – Q/A and audience requests

Event is FREE, but donations are appreciated to cover food and drink.

Register at projectorexpo.com.

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What about throwing a previous gen sub-$10k JVC in there as well just for kicks (540 or 640), or is that too controversial?
Would be interesting to hear what people think of the e-shift vs native + contrast difference.

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Not controversial, just keep in mind we already have four projectors to set up, calibrate and compare. We've done projector shootouts since 2005; load it up with too many projectors and you confuse the audience and they lose track of which was which. Also there is the time spent calibrating each unit - we only have so much time for setup (not to mention we want to have enough time to explore each projector in depth).

On top of that, I just have a hard time justifying bringing in projectors that are discontinued, as it doesn't really help people evaluate what they can choose from today and going forward.

Lastly, we already did the RS640 last year against the VW385, VW885 and RS4500. Think we covered the possible differences you mention pretty thoroughly back then
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"RS640 last year against the VW385, VW885 and RS4500. Think we covered the possible differences you mention pretty thoroughly back then"

Can you post a link to that thread 😀
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Can you post a link to that thread 😀
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/24-di...lk-please.html
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Update! @Kris Deering is now in Colorado and projector calibrations start tomorrow am! Excited to finally see all of these side by side!

We have a good crowd signed up already (almost 40!), but there is still room since we expanded the venue (especially on Sunday). if anyone would like to attend, please register at projectorexpo.com.
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On top of that, I just have a hard time justifying bringing in projectors that are discontinued, as it doesn't really help people evaluate what they can choose from today and going forward.

Lastly, we already did the RS640 last year against the VW385, VW885 and RS4500. Think we covered the possible differences you mention pretty thoroughly back then
You definitely run a nice testing scenario.
No problem, I was more interested in a double blind 'can you fool em' on the contrast test.

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You definitely run a nice testing scenario.
No problem, I was more interested in a double blind 'can you fool em' on the contrast test.
We may do some blind comparisons between the projectors we have if the crowd is amenable
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This sounds like it is going to be a great event. I wish I could have attended.

Talk about an all star line up of celebrities. Kris and Craig are two of the most knowledgeable audio video professionals/calibrators in the industry.


And Joe, why would John have any skin in the game? Last time I talked to him, he sells both JVC and Sony. Kris isn't biased towards either brand. I haven't spoken to Craig in awhile, but he was partial to Sony and still has two G90s in his HT. If anything, this shootout might favor Sony.

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Hi folks, this thread caught my eye as it may be a shortcut to getting smarter on the current status of "reasonably priced" (<$8k - subjective, I know) 4K projectors that do HDR. I last went through this process when I built my basement theater twoish years ago. Decided on a JVC RS520 (X7500) due to brightness and the just-then-released low latency mode for gaming. The 4k upscaling has been quite nice, but I've been disappointed by brightness in HDR modes. And now that we're a few years later, I'm trying to find suggestions for models to investigate.

Due to a large screen and a desire for HDR, I'm *guessing* that I might need to aim for a laser-based projector for high-quality native 4K with bright HDR support? But not sure. So, would sure love any quick opinions from folks on whether the last few years have had a significant brightness leap in 4K projectors over the X7500? Or am I better off waiting a few more years?


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Hi folks, this thread caught my eye as it may be a shortcut to getting smarter on the current status of "reasonably priced" (<$8k - subjective, I know) 4K projectors that do HDR. I last went through this process when I built my basement theater twoish years ago. Decided on a JVC RS520 (X7500) due to brightness and the just-then-released low latency mode for gaming. The 4k upscaling has been quite nice, but I've been disappointed by brightness in HDR modes. And now that we're a few years later, I'm trying to find suggestions for models to investigate.

Due to a large screen and a desire for HDR, I'm *guessing* that I might need to aim for a laser-based projector for high-quality native 4K with bright HDR support? But not sure. So, would sure love any quick opinions from folks on whether the last few years have had a significant brightness leap in 4K projectors over the X7500? Or am I better off waiting a few more years?


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At the same price points, the JVC projectors are about the same brightness, but with that said, the HDR tone mapping has improved a lot, so you will be able to get a much brighter HDR image.
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Like Mike said, it's not so much how bright the projector light source is, it's how effectively the HDR tone mapping is done. Each generation of projectors has improved the handling of HDR material to try and overcome the "too dark" image complaint. It's one of the elements of picture quality we will be examining most closely over the next couple of days.
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So, here you go - some pics of the projectors and of Kris doing his calibrations. FYI we are up to 17 attendees for tonight's party, 25 attendees for Saturday's shootout, and 14 for Sunday. Still room if you want to come, as we expanded the venue size. More info and registration link at projectorexpo.com.

The DLA-RS3000 is not in these pics since it is still set up at my house for the party tonight. However, it will be down at the shootout venue first thing Saturday morning in plenty of time for the show. FYI, the rear wall partition has been opened for the calibrations (don't want reflections off the white wall) and will remain open for the event (so we have plenty of room for everyone).







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You should go facebook live for the event
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We thought about it, but:

Too dark

We are showing copyrighted material

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At the same price points, the JVC projectors are about the same brightness, but with that said, the HDR tone mapping has improved a lot, so you will be able to get a much brighter HDR image.
Thank you both, very helpful! I will look forward to the shootout results!
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Thé screen looks fairly small for 2.35. Did you post screen size anywhere.
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Today's event was great and full of pertinent information and testing/comparison--great stuff for seasoned users and newbies. If you're in the area and you're in the market for any of these four projectors, I recommend you carve out time in your day to drop in to get first-hand knowledge before putting down a deposit.

That's all from me at this time. I'll let John post his follow-up after the event concludes tomorrow.
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Today's event was great and full of pertinent information and testing/comparison--great stuff for seasoned users and newbies. If you're in the area and you're in the market for any of these four projectors, I recommend you carve out time in your day to drop in to get first-hand knowledge before putting down a deposit.

That's all from me at this time. I'll let John post his follow-up after the event concludes tomorrow.
good to hear was useful looking forward to the follow up

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Thé screen looks fairly small for 2.35. Did you post screen size anywhere.
150" diagonal 2.35:1.

We are masking down to 16:9 for the shootout, which is approximately 120" diagonal.
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Today's event was great and full of pertinent information and testing/comparison--great stuff for seasoned users and newbies. If you're in the area and you're in the market for any of these four projectors, I recommend you carve out time in your day to drop in to get first-hand knowledge before putting down a deposit.

That's all from me at this time. I'll let John post his follow-up after the event concludes tomorrow.
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150" diagonal 2.35:1.

We are masking down to 16:9 for the shootout, which is approximately 120" diagonal.
So, was there any one projector that favorably stood out from the others?
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Today's event was great and full of pertinent information and testing/comparison--great stuff for seasoned users and newbies. If you're in the area and you're in the market for any of these four projectors, I recommend you carve out time in your day to drop in to get first-hand knowledge before putting down a deposit.

That's all from me at this time. I'll let John post his follow-up after the event concludes tomorrow.
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150" diagonal 2.35:1.

We are masking down to 16:9 for the shootout, which is approximately 120" diagonal.
So, was there any one projector that favorably stood out from the others?
I know people are anxious to hear impressions from those that attended, but I would prefer not to prejudice those who are attending today with the impressions from yesterday &#x1f642;
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150" diagonal 2.35:1.

We are masking down to 16:9 for the shootout, which is approximately 120" diagonal.
Thank you. My apologies 150 inches is big.

Recently viewed an NX7 on 136 inch 2.35 screen 1.3 gain material and the image was exceptional and very palpable. Looking forward to read the reviews! It was the most cinematic image I have seen over the years.

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So, was there any one projector that favorably stood out from the others?
I'll let John offer his summary of the weekend's events (since it was his event) before offering any more thoughts on the event and projectors we compared.

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