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Originally Posted by Juboy
I agree with you re. HDR, I have seven of my memory slots allocated to various HDR settings (yours included) and I generally know which one will likely work best for the given content I'm about to watch. HDR on this projector works very well once dialed in, although I do believe it's worth having several setting options to ensure you're getting the best out of it.
HDR is still my preferred choice for viewing on the projector, be it from a Netflix or disc source.
Exactly. Several memory settings needed in order to choose which combination best suits particular content. As much as I like Harpervision, Orcus' Digital Cinema, and Nielvm's Cinema, there is no one size fits all, at least not for me.
At the end of the day, I/we really need to spring for a professional calibration (or buy the equipment to do it ourselves). Re-using others' settings is/was an attempt to improve the image without paying $500 for proper set-up.
Elunevision 4K 112" Audioweave motorized screen, Epson Pro Cinema 4040 projector, Emotiva XPA-5 amplifier, Denon AVR X4400h receiver, XTZ M6 LCR, XTZ S5 surround, XTZ 1X12 and Definitive Technology Powerfield subwoofers, RSL C34E Atmos speakers, Apple TV 4K, Panasonic DP-UB820