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Is there a consensus yet on the best 3D glasses for the 5040/6040? I want something light, not too bulky. Comfortable.

Setup: Epson 5040 UB, 110" SilverTicket AT screen, PS3 bluray, Yamaha RX-V673 AVR, Polk and Athena speakers, Batcave room.
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Is there a consensus yet on the best 3D glasses for the 5040/6040? I want something light, not too bulky. Comfortable.
I received my order of the Samsung SSG-5100GB 3D Active Glasses yesterday and they paired fine with the 5040. They are very light-weight,comfortable, and inexpensive.
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Anyone knows if the old EPSON 3D active glasses will work with the 5040 or 6040?
these glasses:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Well I ordered an XB1S for now, need my halo fix. But probably going to eventually get the Oppo.

Bought Revenant tho, stoked to see what this projector can do with 4k movies
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Anyone knows if the old EPSON 3D active glasses will work with the 5040 or 6040?
these glasses:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
They work great!

These are probably my favorites:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00C7...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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Anyone knows if the old EPSON 3D active glasses will work with the 5040 or 6040?
these glasses:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
They work great!

These are probably my favorites:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00C7...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Thanks for confirming man I got 6 of them from my 3010, glad I dont need to re buy
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I found upper and lower black body casing for the 5040 for $150 shipped. Will give it a go!
Is it a secret, or a one-off deal? I'm sure there are others that would be interested in doing the same ...
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They work great!



These are probably my favorites:



https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00C7...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


These appear to be the same? HISHOCK
Hi-SHOCK RF Pro "Black Heaven" | 3D active glasses for EPSON Projector Powerlite Home Cinema 2000, 2030, 2040, 2045, 3000, 3500, 4030, 4040, 5020, 5030, 5040, 6030 [120 Hz | rechargeable | 32 g] https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013R9VTRS..._qWu9xb3X0858J

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Oppo is good but they still need to bring their product to market at a competitive rate likely (e.g. lower than $399) otherwise many here will simply buy the Phillips at the $250 price point.
The Oppo should be really good, if all others are an indication. I've been planning for quite some time to make my next player an Oppo. Their processing with the Mediatec chipset, attention to detail, and overall quality is something that just exceeds others. There's talk of both HDR formats being supported at some point, and also of being able to strip HDR from UHD Blu-ray (instead of the Fury Integral that some are going with). It's going to be $499, but for someone who knows what Oppo is all about, that's a price they're willing to pay, and gladly. I agree that many will go a less expensive route, and that's ok too....

Update: Seems this topic ran a little bit. Sorry, was just responding as I was catching up.

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The Oppo should be really good, if all others are an indication. I've been planning for quite some time to make my next player an Oppo. Their processing with the Mediatec chipset, attention to detail, and overall quality is something that just exceeds others. There's talk of both HDR formats being supported at some point, and also of being able to strip HDR from UHD Blu-ray (instead of the Fury Integral that some are going with). It's going to be $499, but for someone who knows what Oppo is all about, that's a price they're willing to pay, and gladly. I agree that many will go a less expensive route, and that's ok too....

Update: Seems this topic ran a little bit. Sorry, was just responding as I was catching up.
Considering the Panny 900 comes in at $700, $499--if it comes as expected--, would be a DEAL for the Oppo.
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Now that I have the Epson and the Philips BDP7501, I have read all 47 pages of this thread and I am very confused on how to proceed with my new toys.....Can someone please give me guidance on what "settings" I should have on the Epson and what "settings" I should have on the Philips BDP7501? Should I pay a person/company to do a calibration?
Get some hours on the projector before paying someone to calibrate it. My guy suggested 100 hours first.
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Getting my projector (6040ub) tomorrow !!!
Purchased the Phillips BD UHD player last night...

A quick question for those who have the Phillips if they can please confirm...
Are you guys going through a receiver or directly from BD Player into projector?

Purchased the phillips to get HDR 4k since the xbox one S is known to NOT work.
But i will have it running through Yamaha 2060BL and i was wondering if the Yamaha is supported to be working with the Epson and have 4K HDR. i really hope the Yamaha will not kill the HDR etc...

Trying to get the best working setup ! driving me nuts and i dont even have the projector yet lol .
I have the Phillips routed through my Pioneer SC-95 receiver. No issues at all. I do remember that I have turned off 4K upscaling on the receiver. Just wanted the native video signal to pass-thru.
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The most useful example would be watching a multi-AR film on a scope screen (such as The Dark Knight). The black bar area can be "blanked" so it doesn't spill off the screen when it opens up to 16:9.

On a 16:9 screen, it could be used to zoom scope movies a little larger and maintain a clean look with no overspill on the sides.
Where can one find more information about this feature? I want to be able to watch movies like the TDK an Interstellar on my 2.35:1 screen but hear that when the image shifts to the IMAX the picture will overflow above and below. Does the blanking option prevent this? Thank you.
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Anyone have any shots they've taken to show off the 5040/6040?

I know pictures don't mean a thing but they're still great to see!

Aerial Acoustics/Anthem/JL Audio/Linn/Sony/Theta Digital
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I found upper and lower black body casing for the 5040 for $150 shipped. Will give it a go!
Wonder if it will void the warranty ? Since there should be some part that are screw-on to the casing.

Man see things as they are n say why. I dream of things that never were, n say why not ....... A Perfect PROJECTOR
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Mine showed up today. Cathedral mount is still en route so I couldn't mount it. I set it up on a temporary shelf and lit up the wall (no screen yet either). This thing looks incredible. I took some phone pics but they don't do it any justice. FYI, there is no noise that I could discern with eshift on.
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Thanks for confirming man I got 6 of them from my 3010, glad I dont need to re buy
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I received my order of the Samsung SSG-5100GB 3D Active Glasses yesterday and they paired fine with the 5040. They are very light-weight,comfortable, and inexpensive.
I am so glad to see both your post!..I have Epson and Samsung glasses, unsure what model number the Samsung's are, but I have 8 pairs that we have used on our Epson 5020....some fit better than others for those who wear glasses plus 3d glasses, but we have had great results with both brands.. In the process of going all black acoustical ceiling drop in tile before my purchase of the 6040, but that's a subject for the diy forum..
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Anyone have any shots they've taken to show off the 5040/6040?

I know pictures don't mean a thing but they're still great to see!
If you will take the time to look through this Owners thread and the other 5040/6040 thread you will find many photos.
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Official Epson 5040ub/6040ub owners thread

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Anyone have any shots they've taken to show off the 5040/6040?

I know pictures don't mean a thing but they're still great to see!
Here are some standard 1080p pics taken during the day with ambient light coming from all over.
Out of the box Bright Cinema mode without any calibration or adjustments:







Some other pics from YouTube 4K streaming:








Samsung K8500 playing 4K without HDR
Epson 5040 not calibrated
Bright Cinema mode with no adjustments
Living room with some ambient light
Photos taken with an iPhone 6 Plus


























Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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Took these images to compare 1080p (4k enhancement) 4:4:4 vs native 4k 4:2:0 with Forza Horizon 3:

4k native:
https://abload.de/img/20161001_173531uqkde.jpg

1080p enhanced
https://abload.de/img/20161001_17363662jmv.jpg

Images too big, so I'm just gonna link it. These were taken about 1m away from the screen.

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Took these images to compare 1080p (4k enhancement) 4:4:4 vs native 4k 4:2:0 with Forza Horizon 3:

https://abload.de/img/20161001_173531uqkde.jpg
https://abload.de/img/20161001_17363662jmv.jpg

Images too big, so I'm just gonna link it. These were taken about 1m away from the screen.
The top link is the 1080p with 4K Enhancement?

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The top link is the 1080p with 4K Enhancement?
top is native
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My throw Lens to screen is 12.5 feet and I have a 120" screen 1.1 gain. Will this unit be bright enough for 3D? This will be my 1st 3D projector so hoping first impression will be good.

I could consider dropping down to 110" if it would make a decent difference in terms of brightness/contrast for 3D/ 2D etc...but if not much difference I wont bother.
Yes, it's bright enough for 3d. However I'm watching on a 92" screen . At 120" your picture will be somewhat less bright.

Please note, while wearing your 3d glasses you can go to the menu and select how much light you would like to let in to your 3d glasses. Low, medium, or high. Each position that you select will have an effect on ghosting. Low being the least ghosting.

Right now, I am using the low setting and the picture has excellent brightness and contrast.

If ghosting doesn't bother you than consider the higher 2 settings ( it bothers me)

I would consider going to 110"

Good luck

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HDR, am I getting it?

watched my first HDR dvd last night (Pan). I immediately got a message that your TV is not 4k ready "so your picture will be the best the TV can deliver" or something like that. I select OK and watched the dvd. Picture looked very good. I am using my Xbox one S for the source.

Based on the above content how do I know that I am getting the HDR feature that the disc can provide??

Also prior to watching the DVD, I loaded project cars to see if the One S would upscale the picture and to me , yes it does!!!

No lag but I was just watching the rolling demo, fabulous.

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Where can one find more information about this feature? I want to be able to watch movies like the TDK an Interstellar on my 2.35:1 screen but hear that when the image shifts to the IMAX the picture will overflow above and below. Does the blanking option prevent this? Thank you.
I 2nd the request for more clarity on this subject, please!
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Here are some standard 1080p pics taken during the day with ambient light coming from all over.
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Samsung K8500 playing 4K without HDR
Epson 5040 not calibrated
Bright Cinema mode with no adjustments
Living room with some ambient light
Photos taken with an iPhone 6 Plus


























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Excellent pictures. Where did you take the picture of the steam engine #2816???

Thank you.
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don't quote a giant wall of pics. takes forever to get through it all. just remove the img links out of the quote.
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I don't know about the table, but 4K Blu-ray is pretty much 4Kp24 4:2:0 10-bit. And I believe that is what the HDFury Integral was reporting when I was playing a 4K disc.



The BDP7501 will automatically do the right thing when plugged into HDMI #1 on the 5040UB and playing a 4K Blu-ray disc. You will probably want to manually select HDR Mode 1 but other than that you don't have to do anything special to get it to work.
Thanks for the information. I watched Creed last night and I set the HDR mode to 1. It looked great. I then put in Spectre to see what a regular Blu-ray looked like and it looked horrible, until I realized I had to switch off HDR1 and go back to Auto. Does anyone know if there is a quick way to switch between the Auto and HDR modes without going into the menu? Still getting used to the new projector and remote. Thanks.
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Need Help - 4K vs. 1080p vs. HDR

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Here are some standard 1080p pics taken during the day with ambient light coming from all over.
Out of the box Bright Cinema mode without any calibration or adjustments:

Samsung K8500 playing 4K without HDR
Epson 5040 not calibrated
Bright Cinema mode with no adjustments
Living room with some ambient light
Photos taken with an iPhone 6 Plus

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
How are any of you getting 4K playback with either the the X Box 1S or the Samsung UBD-K8500? I wish I would have read this thread prior to purchase! Whenever I play an Ultra HD BD disc it switches to 1080P vs. 2160. When I stop playing either source, both on Xbox 1s and Samsung, it goes back to 2160. I have tried bypassing my Denon AVR x4200W and going straight to the projector, as well as through it. I use the projector's info for the current resolution to display output setting. I'm new at this stuff, and not sure if what I should expect it to report as a display. Both will "Play" the Ultra HD but as far as resolution goes they are reporting the same output with UHD Disc as a standard bluray.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Stunning images even in 1080p but its showing 1080p BT.0709 HDR2 or somethign like that. Not sure how to recognize I am getting HDR at the right resolution. Again....obviously I need help...been reading forum for about a week trying to understand and find my answer on my own.

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If you will take the time to look through this Owners thread and the other 5040/6040 thread you will find many photos.

I have taken the time, I didn't say I haven't seen any. I asked for more contributions.

Aerial Acoustics/Anthem/JL Audio/Linn/Sony/Theta Digital
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